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Blackbody Radiation Spectrum Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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F. Hwang; Editors: L. Wee and W. Christian
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The Blackbody Radiation Spectrum model shows six fixed-temperature curves between Tmin and Tmax and a red variable-temperature curve that can be adjusted using a slider. The…
  
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Byline:
K. Forinash
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This web page contains a simulation of the spectrum emitted by blackbody radiation. Students can change the temperature of the source object and see how the spectrum shifts. Related…
  
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M. Davidson, M. Parry-Hill, and R. Sutter; Publishers: Olympus America, Inc. and National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
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This item is an interactive Java simulation relating to wave/particle duality in the behavior of light. The tutorial explores how both photons and waves behave when diffracted by an…
  
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M. Davidson, M. Parry-Hill, and R. Sutter; Publishers: Olympus America, Inc. and National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
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This item is an interactive Java simulation relating to refraction. The tutorial explores how particles and waves each behave when refracted through a transparent surface. This item…
  
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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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M. Davidson; Publishers: Olympus America, Inc. and National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
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This resource is an index of more than 15 interactive virtual microscopy techniques. The user manipulates focus, intensity, magnification, and translation in a manner identical to…
  
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G. Gladding; Publisher: University of llinois Physics Education Research Group
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This interactive physics problem involves two light sources of differing wavelengths beamed at a metal object. Maximum kinetic energy is 1 eV for the first beam and 4 eV for the…
  
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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: Physics Education Technology Project
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This webpage contains an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the physics behind lasers. Two simulations are available, the first showing the optical excitation of a…
Blackbody Radiation: Frequency and Wavelength  [ Computer Program ]
  
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J. Palop
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The Blackbody Radiation: Frequency and Wavelength model simulates the blackbody radiation curves of Planck both as a function of frequency and as a function of wavelength to allow…