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View Resource Atomic Orbitals

The Atomic Orbitals website is a distribution point for the orbital image generating program "Orbital Viewer" as well as the home of a collection of images generated with the program. Atomic and molecular orbitals are constructed. For atoms, the hydrogenic solution, up to n=30, is generated and for molecules the linear combination of atomic orbitals method is used.

View Resource CESR (Cornell Electron Storage Ring)

This is the website of the "Cornell Electron Storage Ring" (CESR), a high-luminosity 6+6 GeV electron-positron collider at the Wilson Synchrotron Laboratory, Cornell University. Highlights of the site include a searchable index of colliding beam notes (.ps) from 1975 to the present, descriptions and examples of computer codes developed by the lab's Superconducting Radio-Frequency Group, and daily...

View Resource What's a Neutrino?

This website, published by the University of California - Irvine, contains an introduction to neutrinos, one of the fundamental particles that make up the universe. A description of neutrinos and their properties is provided. The site also includes a chronology of neutrinos studies and discoveries, frequently asked questions, and links to more information about neutrinos.

View Resource PhET: Introduction to Static Electricity using Electric Field Hockey and Charges and Fields

This inquiry-based lesson plan is intended to be used in tandem with the PhET Electric Field Hockey simulation. Students place electric charges on a simulated ice field to guide a hockey puck into a goal. As they investigate charge interaction, the teacher integrates vector addition and free-body diagrams to help students understand strength and direction of the electric field around a charged...

View Resource Electrons, Ions and Plasmas

This series of web pages provides information on a range of topics regarding charged particles. Starting with the properties of atomic electrons, this material describes the Edison and photoelectric effects, the interaction between charged particles and magnetic fields, and the creation of plasmas and positive ions. Other topics, including the history of research on charges, are covered in...

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