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View Resource Understanding NMR Spectroscopy

This site provides links to a series of PDF files that represent chapters of an e-text on the basics of NMR. While many other textbooks on NMR are available, the chief merit of this one is that it has a nice chapter on the NMR instrumentation (ch. 5) which should be accessible to undergraduates. The text also provides a relatively mathematics-free or maybe more accurately Dirac bracket...

View Resource Cambridge Physics: Past, Present and Future

Opened in 1874, the Cavendish Laboratory at the University of Cambridge is one of the oldest teaching laboratories in England. Researchers at the Laboratory have made key findings regarding the electron, positive rays, and the nucleus. This interactive site was created by staff members at the Cavendish (with the collaboration of the physics department) in order to educate the public about their...

View Resource The Strange New World of Nanoscience

This short film from the University of Cambridge introduces the field of nanoscience. The film would be a good introduction to the nanoscale, and the applications of nanotechnology, for students learning these concepts for the first time. Narrated by Stephen Fry, running time for this video is 17:27.

View Resource Plus Magazine

The mission of Plus magazine is elegant and wonderful: "to introduce readers to the beauty and the practical applications of mathematics." The magazine offers up a hearty dose of articles and podcasts on a diverse set of topics including algebra, geometry, mathematics in sports, and so on. The website has a number of fun features, including Dark Energy Say Cheese! and a fun sudoku-esque puzzle,...

View Resource Sustainable Energy - Without the Hot Air

In his book, MacKay explores our population?s addiction to fossil fuels and the problems faced with sustainability. Two issues faced with fossil fuels are they will eventually run out and they are harming our environment during use. McKay does not give one simple solution to the problem, but contrast various advanced technologies and how they may be applied to improve our environment and s...

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