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View Resource How Many Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons Are in Common Elements?

This site, part of Exploring Earth Investigation by McDougal Littell and TERC, examines how many protons, neutrons, and electrons are in common elements. The investigations "were designed to build students' knowledge of Earth Science concepts?and to raise student awareness of Earth as a system of interconnected components and processes." Here, visitors can find lessons on common elements, e...

View Resource Take a Trip Through the Big Bang

The physicist Patricia Schwarz presents numerous animations, illustrations, and text dealing with the Big Bang Theory. Users can learn about the observations and knowledge that provide the framework for the theory. Visitors begin by learning about the Planck Era and the Inflation Era, then move on to how radiation filled the universe, how hydrogen gas creates the first stars, and the evolution...

View Resource An Introduction to Particle Physics

The Particle Physics Department at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) provides the Introduction to Particle Physics homepage. Particle physics is defined as "the study of the basic elements of matter and the forces acting among them...to determine the fundamental laws that control the make-up of matter and the physical universe." The Introduction provides more information on Accelerators,...

View Resource Stopping-Power and Range Tables for Electrons, Protons, and Helium Ions

A database containing Physical Reference Data is available online from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) (mentioned in the August 16, 1996 Scout Report for Science & Engineering). Stopping-Power and Range Tables for Electrons, Protons, and Helium Ions, contains "three web databases, ESTAR, PSTAR and ASTAR, which calculate stopping-power and range tables for electrons,...

View Resource Penn State Chemistry Department: Hammes-Schiffer Research Group

At this website, the Hammes-Schiffer Research Group publicizes its research in theoretical and computational research of chemical and biological processes at Penn State University. Users can learn about its specific investigations about the proton and hybride transfer reactions in enzymes, multistate continuum theory, nuclear-electronic orbital (NEO) method, and more. Users can find a list of...

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