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written by the Kansas State Physics Education Research Group and Dean A. Zollman
This resource describes the physics of a simple infra-red detector. A simulation is used to illustrate energy level dependence and electron transitions in the detector. Discussion problems and comparison with other physical applications are included.
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Infrared Detector: Card Model:
Is Referenced By NARST 1999: Research on Teaching and Learning Quantum Mechanics
This conference proceeding contains a paper which reports the effectiveness of implementing elements of the Visual Quantum Mechanics in the high school and introductory college physics class setting.relation by Bruce Mason
Is Part Of Spectroscopy Lab Suite
The Spectroscopy Lab Suite has a number of similar activitiesrelation by Bruce Mason
Covers the Same Topic As Modeling Light Emission to Explain Phosphorescence
The Modeling Light Emission activity illustrates how fluorescent lamps operate using the same principle.relation by Bruce Mason
Covers the Same Topic As Modeling Light Emission by Fluorescent Lamps
This activity illustrates how phosphorescense works using the same principle as the infrared detector card.relation by Bruce Mason
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