The entire CUPS simulation series consists of nine books/software simulations which cover Astrophysics, Electricity and Magnetism, Classical Mechanics, Modern Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Nuclear and Particle Physics, Solid State Physics, Thermal and Statistical Physics, and Waves and Optics.
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The Origin and Evolution
The Particlelike Properties
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accelerated alpha decay alpha particle angle angular momentum baryons beam beta decay binding energy Bohr model bonding calculation carbon Chapter collision conduction band conservation constant deBroglie density diffraction dipole discussed distance distribution elec electromagnetic electron elements emission emitted energy levels ergy example excited experiment Fermi Fermi energy fission force frame frequency gives helium hydrogen atom interaction ionic isotope kinetic energy lattice laws lepton light magnetic field mass measured metal molecular molecule motion moving neutrinos neutron nuclear nucleons nucleus observed occur orbitals oscillator photon potential probability problem projectile properties Q value quantum numbers quantum physics quark radiation radioactive radius reaction reactor region relativistic relativity rest energy result rotational scattering shown in Figure shows slit solid solution space special relativity spectrum speed spin star structure subshell temperature theory thermal tion transitions trons uncertainty valence valence band vector velocity wave functions wave numbers wavelength zero