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This HyperPhysics webpage contains a description of "color force" and "color charge." These are concepts in the "quark model," which explains interactions of protons, neutrons, and…
  
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Publisher: The British Library
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The text in this site describes how Roentgen's discovered x-rays, how he created the first x-ray image, and how he investigated x-ray properties. Early medical applications are…
  
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Publisher: MIT Technology Review
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This short MIT Technology Review article describes how unrolling scotch tape produces x-rays. A video shows how to use these x-rays to make an image of a bone in a finger.
  
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This Hyperphysics webpage provides an explanation of how an x-ray tube works. An accompanying diagram shows the parts of the tube and how the photons are produced. Two links within…
  
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This Wikipedia page contains a labeled diagram of an electromagnetic wave showing how the electric and magnetic vectors change as the wave moves through space. Text introduces the…
  
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Publisher: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
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This NASA webpage provides a description of three ways that the acceleration of free electrons can produce electromagnetic radiation. Each method is illustrated by a diagram.…
  
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This site from MIT offers simulations of electric and magnetic fields and shows how these fields change as charges, magnets, and current-carrying coils move. Don't miss the Falling…
  
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Publisher: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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Visit this NASA site for an introduction to x-rays and their uses in medicine and astronomy. You'll find descriptions of the first x-ray observations, how they are used to visualize…
  
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Publisher: American Physical Society
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This article from the American Physical Society’s APS News Online provides an explanation of the discovery of X-rays and the revolutionary impact it has had on physics and astronomy.…
  
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Laboratory for High Energy Astrophysics; Publisher: Goddard Space Flight Center
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Check out this site to learn about the electronmagnetic spectrum, from radio waves to gamma rays. You'll see how each part of the spectrum provides a different window on the universe.
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