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4434Semiconductor Crystal Structure
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=90618
Images and information about single element (Group IV elements) or binary (III-V or II-VI elements) semiconductors. A cubic unit cell is shown, along with a list of lattice and electronic properties of the material.Periodic Table of the Elements
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A table of the elements, with links to information on each element in the table. Links to various tutorials on basic chemistry pertaining to the periodic table is provided. An image of Mendelev's original periodic table is also shown.How Nuclear Radiation Works
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=77623
A primer on nuclear radiation/radioactive decay. Covers atoms, subatomic particles, isotopes, and radioactive decay (alpha decay, beta decay, spontaneous fission). Includes pictures and diagrams. A basic reference material for students learning these concepts for the first time, or for review.MathPages
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This site contains several hundred articles concerned with mathematics and physics. General topics include Number Theory, Combinatorics, Geometry, Algebra, Calculus & Differential Equations, Probability & Statistics, Set Theory & Foundations, Reflections on Relativity, History, and Physics. The articles under each general heading are highly varied, many are quite advanced, and there is no apparent organizational scheme. For example, under Calculus & Differential Equations there is a proof that pi is irrational, a examination of the Limit Paradox, a discussion of Ptolemy's Orbit, and an historical review of the cycloid among many other articles. Visitors can browse by topics or search by keyword. (Anyone with information on the identity of the site author please contact the MERLOT submitter.)NIST Electron Beam Ion Trap (EBIT) Facility
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=77709
This is the home page of the NIST Electron Beam Ion Trap Project. By browsing these pages you can learn about the basic operation principles and some technical details of the EBIT. You can also find information about the various EBIT research programs, ongoing activities, recent results, and a list of staff members. Keywords: physics of highly charged ions, atomic spectroscopy, ion-surface interactions, nanotechnologyPeriodic Table of the Elements Collection
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This page links various periodic tables found on the Web.Saftey of Nuclear Power Reactors
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=433554
This article discusses the saftey of nuclear power plants and provides examples of accidents in the past.The Future of Nuclear Power
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Overview of nuclear power including, advantages, disadvantages, how it works, and what are the effects.AlGaAs band diagram and E-K diagram
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=90622
Applet and tutorial. Links to references, worksheet, quiz, and SPICE model included.AnySpeed Acceleration Solver (Relativity)
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By defining time only in context of a specified 'map-frame' of motion, and then introducing time on a traveler's clocks as the invariant in Minkowski's space-time version of Pythagoras' Theorem (i.e. the metric equation), one can solve 1-D constant acceleration problems at anyspeed almost as simply as low-speed problems using Galileo's equations. This on-line resource does just that, allowing one to find traveler time (for example) on a 1-gee trip over the 2,000,000 lightyears to Andromeda.