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In this experiment students measure the effects of a magnetic field on the polarization of light (laser beam) propagating through, or reflected from, a solid transparent medium. The…
  
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Nano-science is one of the fastest growing fields in both physics and engineering. It is now possible to design and fabricate devices whose physical dimensions are on the nanometer…
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This web site provides interactive representations of quantum optics experiments. The illustrations show the setup, operation, and results of real experiments that demonstrate…
  
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An intermediate level experiment to determine the emission spectrum from a heated blackbody object (filament lamp) as a function of temperature using a photo-diode and a set of…
  
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This Visual Quantum Mechanics simulation from Kansas State University enables the visitor to explore the operation of fluorescent light bulbs by changing the energy levels, the…
  
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Students use NaI/PMT gamma detectors to gather spectra of several radioactive sources. The full-enrgy peak, Compton edge, Compton shelf and backscatter peaks are identified. The…
  
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This page provides a flash simulation of a Stern-Gerlach filters that select spin up electrons. The simulation allows the user to use up to three filters and to change the…
  
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This illustrated tutorial of the Stern-Gerlach experiment on "spin" also includes a discussion on correlation experiments. Links to flash simulations that illustrate the concepts are…
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A. Hobson, Phys. Teach., 34 (4), 202-210 (1996).
This journal article argues that it is important to introduce quantum theory in college freshman physics classes. The author shows from experience how a teacher can teach the subject…
  
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This web page gives a brief introduction to the double slit experiment in quantum mechanics illustrated by a java applet. The applet is a simulation of a 2D interference experiment…
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