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Class Notes on Quantum Mechanics (same as segment-8 below)
Segment-3 The Electron & The Nucleus
Shown in Class (Discovery of the Electron 2:53) Additional Notes on YouTube
Shown in Class (Discovery of the Nucleus 3:27) Additional Notes on YouTube
(Discovery of the Electron 11:07) Additional Notes on YouTube
(Discovery of the Nucleus 15:58) Additional Notes on YouTube
Segment-4 Nuclear Details
Segment-6 Bohr Model
Segment-7 Quantum Mechanics
Segment-8 Electron Structure
(This is the video series used in class)
Rise of Atomic Theory (WATCH VIDEO)
Atoms and Light (WATCH VIDEO)
Links & Tutorials
A website with an "Atomic Structure Timeline"
A web page about Basic Atomic Structure
Atomic Orbital Tutorial Site
Electronic Structure Tutorial
Atomic Theory Tutorial I
Atomic Theory Tutorial II
The Orbitron - a gallery of atomic & molecular orbitals
Bohr's Atom (Excellent! I highly recommend this one!)
The Alchemy Web Site (This link is here for the historic content of this site only)
Balancing Nuclear Equations Tutorial
Radiation Measurement Units
Presentation on the "Effects of Radiation on Living Things"
Radiation Health Effects (Information provided by the EPA)
Here is a large selection of short quizzes on quantum chemistry & periodicity.
These are provided by The Ohio State University Chemistry Department.
Have you heard the one about a chemist who was reading a book about helium
and just couldn't put it down?
(It was probably just some light reading)
Question: Why does hamburger have lower energy than steak?
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