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Publisher: SRI International
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This web page contains a standards-based curriculum unit on the interaction of light and matter, developed by NanoSense--an NSF-funded project to promote the teaching of nanoscale…
  
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Publisher: New England Board of Higher Education
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This resource is a set of simple and low-cost lab manuals on the topic of optics, developed for high school and lower-level undergraduate level. The manuals were designed to give…
  
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Publisher: Concord Consortium Inc.
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This activity introduces students to the basic concepts of light, followed by several simulations that model the interactions of light with matter. Students investigate the wave…
  
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M. Davidson and K. Spring; Publishers: Olympus America, Inc. and National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
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This item is a introductory tutorial relating to wave-particle duality in the behavior of light. It traces the early history of light refraction theory, from Huygens' 18th century…
  
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K. Lukin
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Java applet to help the learner understand Bragg's Law and how early crystallography was done. This simulation is for AP physics students and first year college students.
  
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Publisher: Advanced Light Source
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"Inside the ALS" is a poster aimed at sharing with students the wonder and excitement of one of the world's brightest sources of light, the Advanced Light Source (ALS). The poster…
  
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Publisher: United Nations General Assembly
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This is the official website created to commemorate the International Year of Light and Light-Based Technologies, as proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly. The initiative…
  
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Publisher: American Institute of Physics
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This digital exhibit takes the learner on a journey into the discovery of laser technology. It weaves primary source audio clips with archival photos to provide a context for…
  
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Kansas State Physics Education Research Group and D. Zollman
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This resource illustrates the spectrum of hydrogen, from wavelengths of 2500 nm to 50 nm. An energy-level diagram tool is used to create a spectrum that matches the experimental…