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Photoelectric Effect Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The EJS Photoelectric Effect model simulates the Photoelectric effect discovered by Hertz in 1887 and described theoretically by Einstein in 1905. Light of a given frequency (energy)…
  
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This web site seeks to give a non-technical, intuitive introduction to the quantum theory of the light field. Recent measurement data is employed to illuminate abstract quantum…
  
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The site describes a collection of simplified quantum mechanics experiments developed at Whitman College by Professor Mark Beck. It links to a complete laboratory manual with the…
  
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This series of student tutorials for quantum physics, covering topics of wave properties of light and matter, probability, and wave functions. Included with some of the tutorials are…
Witnessing Entanglement  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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M. Beck and M. Beck, 2015 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College, 12-15 (2015).
An entangled state of a two-particle system is a quantum state that cannot be separated—it cannot be written as the product of states of the individual particles. One way to tell if…
  
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M. Masters, T. Heral, and K. Tummala, 2015 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College, 56-59 (2015).
We have recently started investigating single photon experiments for our advanced laboratory and quantum mechanics classes. For a small department, the expenses of much of the…
  
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A. Maries, R. Sayer, and C. Singh, PERC 2015 Proceedings, 207-210.
Research suggests that students often have difficulty transferring their learning from one context to another. We examine upper-level undergraduate and graduate students’ facility…
  
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R. Sayer, A. Maries, and C. Singh
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R. Sayer, A. Maries, and C. Singh, PERC 2015 Proceedings, 299-302.
Learning quantum mechanics is challenging, even for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students. Interactive tutorials which build on students’ prior knowledge can be useful…
EPR/Bell's Theorem  [ Computer Program ]
  
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This is a simulation of the simplified EPR-like experiment described by David Mermin's 1981 AJP Article (N. D. Mermin, "Bringing home the atomic world: Quantum mysteries for…
  
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This web site provides a series of tutorials developed to support students in transforming their ontological conceptions about quantum phenomena: their sense of whether something is…
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