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This resource discusses the energy levels of in a solid, including conduction, valence, and impurity bands. Transitions between levels that model phosphorescence are described. The importance of thermal transitions in...
This resource discusses the energy levels of a periodic solid, and the effects of impurities on the energy levels. Applications of the energy levels to light emission and color are explored. The site includes an...
This resource discusses the meaning of quantum wavefunctions in terms of measurement probabilities. The double-slit experiment is used to motivate the concept of probabilistic measurements. A shockwave applet is then...
The goal of this lab experiment is to teach students: 1. The difference between a npn and pnp bipolar transistor, the role of each type of transistors in any circuit. To answer the common question: "Why do we have both...
It always seems that the classroom lecture (theory) portion of training electronic technicians comes easy to teachers. There are many books, materials, examples and parallels for educational activities to guide...
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