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Publisher: Physics Education Research Group (Kansas State University)
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This Visual Quantum Mechanics simulation from Kansas State University enables the visitor to explore the operation of fluorescent light bulbs by changing the energy levels, the…
  
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Publisher: Olympus America, Inc.
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This site from Florida State University offers a description of fluorescence in terms of photon absorption and emission and atomic energy levels. Included is a Java simulation of the…
  
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Publisher: University of Cambridge, Cavendish Laboratory
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This web "booklet" from the University of Cambridge provides a description of the experiments of physicist Charles Thomson Rees Wilson that led to the first succesful cloud chamber,…
  
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Publisher: University of Winnipeg
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This website, from the University of Winnipeg, offers an explanation of blackbody radiation. The page also provides a brief history, describing its discovery and its importance in…
  
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Publisher: American Physical Society
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This article in Physical Review Focus describes the prediction of an "optical quantum corral," and provides an explanation of the physics as well as possible applications. An image…
  
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C. Nave
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This Hyperphysics site gives an explanation of "Blackbody" or "cavity" radiation, offering examples using both classical and quantum physics. A number of diagrams and example plots…
  
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F. Hwang
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This simulation shows Brownian motion, the random movement of particles in a fluid or gas due to molecular bombardment. The simulation records the path of a suspended particle and…
  
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Publisher: American Institute of Physics
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This essay by David Cassiday presents the disagreements among physicists at the end of the 19th century over the existence of atoms and the apparent conflict between mechanics and…
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Hold Still, from the American Physical Society's Physical Review Focus, describes how Stanford graduate student Adam Cohen built a feedback device to stop Brownian motion in its…
  
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Publisher: Microscopy-UK
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This site provides videos showing Brownian motion in the fat droplets in diluted milk, as seen through a microscope. Directions are provided for carrying out the experiment. A number…
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