An exhibit by the AIP Center for History of Physics with text, animations and voice about J.J. Thomson's 1897 experiments which helped bring understanding of the electron as a fundamental unit of matter.
Links to websites which feature information about atomic physics; international in scope.
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A Primer on Electron-Atom Collisions (adapted from C.C. Lin's 1996 Will Allis Prize Talk) return to the UW Atomic Collisions Group home page I) Introduction Opening remarks II) Electron-Impact Excitation out of the ground state of Atoms General Optical method Experimental Arrangement Excitation of Helium Excitation of singlet levels Excitation of triplet levels Excitation of Neon, Argon Neon ...
Disclaimer 369j-symbol calculator Grace Input for R.D.Cowan's RCN code This is a toy-version of the WWW interface to the widely used atomic structure package written by Robert D.Cowan from LANL. The original source files along with writeups and examples can be found here. The PC version of Cowan's code is here. Here, the choice of elements is limited to first ten up to Neon and principal quantum ...