Teaching Advanced Physics: Atoms and Nuclei
From the Institute of Physics, these resources are split into topics and each topic is subdivided into a number of learning episodes. Each episode represents a coherent section of teaching, that takes typically one or two lessons to complete.
The topics covered are:
* Quantum physics
* Wave-particle duality
* Accelerators and detectors
* Nuclear stability
* X-ray and neutron diffraction
* Rutherford's scattering experiment
* The standard model
* Particles, antiparticles and quarks
* Feynman diagrams
This topic, from the Institute of Physics, help to relate how quantum physics is relevant to everyday life, such as its application in modern electronics. The topic contains two learning episodes. Each is a self-contained unit of learning that takes typically one or two lessons.
The learning episodes in this...
Produced by the Institute of Physics, this learning episode helps students to understand the emission spectra of white light and from standard discharge lamps. There are a range of activities that include discussion, demonstrations, experiments and calculations.
The activities in this learning episode...
This topic, produced by the Institute of Physics, contains one learning episode that presents an explanation of the workings and details of a laser.
Episode 504: How Lasers Work A learning episode is a self-contained unit of activity that takes typically one or two...
Produced by the Institute of Physics, through demonstrations, discussions and worked examples, students consider the use of lasers and the underlying theory of how they work.
The activities in this learning episode look at:
* demonstrating a laser beam
* the uses of lasers
* safety with...