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Modern Physics  related topic: Nuclear energy animations
Absorption and emission of radiation by an atom an electron revolving around the nucleus may capture an incident photon. Once that occurs, the electron is raised to a higher energy level and thus changes its orbit to a one with a larger radius
Absorption and Emission of Radiation by an Atom Absorption and Emission of Radiation by an Atom
Accelerate a particle
Alpha emissions
Atomic energies
Atomic structure
Atomic structure
Beta emissions
Blackbody radiation exercises
Chain reaction
Diffusion
Energy levels and radiation
Franck-Hertz experiment
Hydrogen - Deuterium - Tritium Deuterium and tritium are isotopes of hydrogen. This means that they differ from hydrogen only in the amount of neutrons in their nuclei. Deuterium has one extra neutron, and tritium has two, swf file
Isotope explorer Isotope explorer
Kwantummechanica
Length Contraction
Lightclock Einstein’s famous clock
Nuclear atom Nuclear atom
Nuclear Chain Reaction Nuclear Chain Reaction
Nuclear Chain Reaction
Nuclear Fission Animation In nuclear fission, a heavy atomic nucleus, such as that of uranium or plutonium, will break up into two lighter nuclei
Nuclear Isotope Half-lifes
Photons
Plasma down?
Radioactive decay Radioactive Decay and Half-Life
Radioactivité
Radioactive decay
Rayons X Rayons X
Relativity & Special Relativity
Relativity & Special Relativity
Rutherford's atom model
Rutherford experiment simulates diffraction of alpha particles (helium nuclei containing two positive charges) by a thin foil made of gold metal, Rutherford experiment
Rutherford experiment these Java applets show two early models of the atom. A stream of alpha particles shoot at the atom and are deflected. One models the atom as a jelly of electrons. The other models it as a nucleus surrounded by electrons
Rutherford’s Model of the Atom Rutherford’s Model of the Atom
Scattering scattering
Schrödinger & Bohr atomic models
Simultanity Simultanity
Spectral series of hydrogen atom
The Michelson-Morley Experiment
The Nucleus - Strong nuclear force
Thomson model Thomson model
Time Dilation
Tritium
Twin paradox Twin paradox, swf file
X-ray emissions Bremsstrahlung emissions
X-rays XRays are created by bashing high kinetic energy electrons into a positive target preferably made of heavy metal. ( Usually tungsten nowadays ). TV tubes and computer monitors produce XRays as electrons are accelerated to a halt in the glass
Zeitdilalation
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