Interim Report: the Teaching of Modern Physics

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The Teaching of Modern Physics was written by the Modern Physical Sciences Committee of the Science Masters Association. It includes demonstration and class experiments, and suggested equipment for teachers for the following topics:

- Evidence for the particulate nature of matter
- Experimental development of electrostatics
- Particulate nature of electricity
- Electrons, cathode rays and positive rays
- X-rays
- Radioactivity
- Particulate nature of electromagnetic radiation
- Wave nature of matter
- Atomic structure
- Nuclear reactions

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