Master List of Available Demos and Order Page

The demonstrations in this index include nearly all of the PIRA 200 and then some local favorites.

The PIRA 200 represent the most commonly physics demonstrations
used by major universities in the United States. Other demos outside of the
Physics Instruction Resource Association's Top 200 are so noted.

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Index of Available Demonstrations

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Topic Subtopics Continued
PIRA Section 1
1A - Measurement
1C - Motion in One Dimension
1D - Motion in Two Dimensions
1F - Newton's First Law
1G - Newton's Second Law
1H - Newton's Third Law
1J - Statics of Rigid Bodies
1K - Applications of Newton's Laws
1L - Gravity
1M - Work and Energy
1N - Linear Momentum & Collisions
1Q - Rotational Dynamics
1R - Properties of Matter
1S - Orbital Mechanics
Fluid Mechanics
PIRA Section 2
2A - Surface Tension
2B - Fluid Statics
2C - Fluid Dynamics
Oscillations and Waves
PIRA Section 3
3A - Oscillations
3B - Wave Motion
3C - Acoustics
3D - Instruments
PIRA Section 4
4A - Thermal Properties of Matter
4B - Heat and the First Law
4C - Change of State
4D - Kinetic Theory
4E - Gas Law
4F - Entropy and the Second Law
Electricity and Magnetism
PIRA Section 5
5A - Electrostatics
5B - Electric Fields and Potential
5C - Capacitance
5D - Resistance
5E - Electromotive Force and Current
5F - DC Circuits
5G - Magnetic Materials
5H - Magnetic Fields and Forces
5J - Inductance
5k - Electromagnetic Induction
5L - AC Circuits
5N - Electromagnetic Radiation
PIRA Section 6
6A - Geometric Optics
6B - Photometry
6D - Interference
6F - Color
6H - Polarization
6J - The Eye
Modern Physics
PIRA Section 7
7A - Quantum Effects
7B - Atomic Physics
7D - Nuclear Physics

Mechanics: PIRA Section 1

1A - Measurement

1A10.20 Basic Units: Standard of Mass
1A10.30 Basic Units: Standard of Length
1A10.50 Basic Units: One Liter (1 dm3) Cube
1A40.10 Vectors: Components of a Vector
1A50.10 Math Topics: Radian Disc

1C - Motion in One Dimension

1C10.10 Velocity: Bulldozer and Moving Sheet/2D
1C20.10 Uniform Acceleration: Penny and Feather
1C30.10 Measuring g: Freefall Timer (NEW DEMO)

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1D - Motion in Two Dimensions

1D15.10 Velocity, Position, and Acceleration: Ultrasonic Detector and Students (Call for Availability)
1D40.10 Motion of the Center of Mass: Throw Objects
1D50.10 Central Forces: Ball on a String
1D50.40Central Forces: Pail of Water, Pail of Nails
1D50.70 Central Forces: Rolling Chain
1D50.80 Central Forces: Airplane (NEW DEMO)
1D60.10 Projectile Motion: Howitzer and Tunnel
1D60.20 Projectile Motion: Simultaneous Fall
1D60.30 Projectile Motion: Monkey and Hunter (Painter 2.48 Use Only!!!)
1D60.40 Throwing Arm Model (NEW DEMO)

1F - Newton's First Law

1F10.20 Measuring Inertia: Lead and Styrofoam Bricks
1F20.10 Inertia of Rest: Inertia Ball
1F20.32 Inertia of Rest: Stacked Blocks with Tack Hammer
1F30.10 Inertia of Motion: Air Track (Painter 2.48 Use Only)

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1G - Newton's Second Law

1G10.30 Force, Mass, and Acceleration: Mass and a Scale
1G10.40 Force, Mass, and Acceleration: Atwood's Machine
1G10.50 Force, Mass, and Acceleration: Multiple Pulleys

1H - Newton's Third Law

1H10.10 Action and Reaction: Push Me Pull Me Carts

1J - Statics of Rigid Bodies

1J10.10 Finding Center of Gravity: Map of Texas
1J11.20 Exceeding Center of Gravity: Tower of Lire
1J11.50 Exceeding Center of Gravity: Double Cone
1J20.25 Stable, Unstable, and Neutral Equilibrium: Nine Nails on One
1J20.30 Stable, Unstable, and Neutral Equilibrium: Skyhook
1J20.45 Stable, Unstable, and Neutral Equilibrium: Tightrope Walking
1J20.60 Stable, Unstable, and Neutral Equilibrium: Wine Butler
1J30.10 Resolution of Forces: Suspended Block
1J30.25 Resolution of Forces: Rope and Three Students
1J40.10 Static Torque: Grip Bar
1J40.15 Static Torque: Torque Wrench
1J40.20 Static Torque: Meter Stick Balance

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1K - Applications of Newton's Laws

1K10.20 Dynamic Torque: Ladder Against the Wall
1K10.30 Dynamic Torque: Walking the Spool
1K20.20 Friction: Area Dependence of Friction
1K20.35 Friction: Angle of Repose
1K20.40 Friction: Inclined Plane

1L - Gravity

1L10.20 Universal Gravitation Constant: Cavendish Balance Model
  *  Youtube Cavendish Video, a 24 second animation
1L10.30 Space-Time Simulator (NEW DEMO)
1L10.40 Rotating Black Hole (NEW DEMO)

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1M - Work and Energy

1M10.20 Work and Energy: Pile Driver
1M20.10 Simple Machines: Compound Pulley
1M40.xx Conservation of Energy: Rube Goldberg Device (Painter 2.48 Use Only)
1M40.10 Conservation of Energy: Nose Basher
1M40.15 Conservation of Energy: Stopped Pendulum
1M40.20 Conservation of Energy: Loop the Loop
1M40.40 Conservation of Energy: Ballistic Pendulum
1M40.50 Conservation of Energy: Maxwell Wheel (NEW DEMO)
1M40.70 Conservation of Energy: Chaotic Pendulum (NEW DEMO)
1M40.80 Conservation of Energy, Conservation of Angular Momentum: Euler's Disk (NEW DEMO)
1M40.90 Conservation of Energy: Energy Track (NEW DEMO)
1M50.10 Forearm Forklift (NEW DEMO)

1N - Linear Momentum and Collisions

1N10.20 Impulse and Thrust: Egg in Sheet (Bring Your Own Egg)
1N21.10 Mass and Momentum Transfer: Floor Carts and Medicine Ball
1N22.20 Rockets: Water Rockets (Video of demo available)
1N30.10 Collisions in One Dimension: Collision Balls
1N30.20 Collisions in One Dimension: 3:1 Collision Balls (UT Favorite)
1N30.30 Collisions in One Dimension: Elastic and Inelastic Collisions on the PASCO AIR Track with Gliders
1N30.60 Collisions in One Dimension: Double Ball Drop
1N40.20 Collisions in Two Dimensions: Air Table Collisions (Painter 2.48 Use Only!!!)

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1Q - Rotational Dynamics

1Q10.13 Moment of Inertia: Balancing Stick (UT Favorite)
1Q10.30 Moment of Inertia: Ring, Disk, and Sphere
1Q10.50 Moment of Inertia: Racing Soups
1Q10.60 Moment of Inertia: Wands (NEW DEMO)
1Q40.10 Conservation of Angular Momentum: Rotating Stools with Weights
1Q40.20 Conservation of Angular Momentum: Squeezatron
1Q40.30 Conservation of Angular Momentum: Rotating Stool and Bicycle Wheel
1Q50.20 Bicycle Wheel Gyroscope
1Q50.30 Gyroscope (NEW DEMO)
1Q60.10 Rotational Stability: Bicycle Wheel Top
1Q60.30 Rattlebacks and Tops
1Q70.10 Simple Machines: Gears (NEW DEMO)

1R - Properties of Matter

1R10.10 Hooke's Law: Stretching a Spring
1R20.15 Tensile and Compressive Stress: Young's Modulus (Painter 2.48 Use Only)
1R20.20 Tensile and Compressive Stress: Beam Bending (NEW DEMO)
1R30.10 Shear Stress: Shear Book
1R30.20 Shear Stress: Shear Block
1R40.30 Coefficient of Restitution: Dead and Live Balls

1S - Orbital Mechanics

1S10.10 Kepler's Second Law (NEW DEMO)

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Fluid Mechanics: PIRA Section 2

2A - Surface Tension

2A20.10 Capillary Action: Capillary Tubes
2A20.20 Surface Tension: Lamella (NEW DEMO)

2B - Fluid Statics

2B20.15 Static Pressure: Pressure vs. Depth
2B20.40 Static Pressure: Pascal's Vases
2B20.60 Static Pressure: Hydraulic Press
2B20.70 Blood Pressure Monitor (NEW DEMO)
2B30.15 Air Pressure: Crush a Soda Can
2B30.30 Atmospheric Pressure: Magdeberg Plates
2B30.50 Atmospheric Pressure: Lift A Stool
2B40.20 Density and Buoyancy: Archimedes' Principle
2B40.30 Density and Buoyancy: Cartesian Diver
2B40.59 Density and Buoyancy: Density Balls
2B40.60 Density and Buoyancy: Hydrometers in Salt verses Fresh Water (NEW DEMO)
2B60.60 Hovercraft (NEW DEMO)

2C - Fluid Dynamics

2C20.10 Bernoulli Force: Bernoulli Tubes
2C20.20 Bernoulli Force: AirZooka (NEW DEMO)
2C20.30 Bernoulli Force: Floating Ball
2C20.35 Bernoulli Force: Ball and Funnel
2C20.46 Bernoulli Force: Lifting a Paper Card
2C20.60 Buoyancy Force: Baroscope (NEW DEMO)
2C30.30 Circulatory System (NEW DEMO)
2C30.35 Artery, Vein, and Capillary Model (NEW DEMO)
2C30.10 Heart Model (NEW DEMO)
2C30.20 Heart Pump Simulator (NEW DEMO)

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Oscillations and Waves: PIRA Section 3

3A - Oscillations

3A10.10 Pendula: Simple Pendulum
3A10.13 Pendula: Adjustable Length Pendulum (UT Favorite)
3A10.30 Pendula: Torsion Pendulum
3A20.10 Springs: Mass on a Spring
*   Tacoma Bridge Collapse: Short Youtube Newsreel from 1940
3A60.30 Driven Mechanical Resonance: Barton's Pendula
3A60.50 Driven Mechanical Resonance: Resonance Reeds
3A60.55 Driven Mechanical Resonance: Torsion Pendulum [Leybold] (Rarely Works!)
3A70.25 Coupled Oscillations: Spring Coupled Pendula
3A70.10 Coupled Oscillations: Wilberforce Pendulum
3A70.30 Wave Pendulum with Side Views (NEW DEMO)

3B - Wave Motion (and Properties)

3Bxx.xx Wave Motion: Russian Wave Machine (UT Favorite)
3B10.10 Transverse Pulse and Waves: Pulse on a Rope
3B10.20 Transverse Pulses and Waves: Slinky on Table
3B10.30 Transverse Pulses and Waves: Shive (Bell Labs) Wave Model
3B10.75 Transverse Pulses and Waves: Uncoupled Pendulum Wave
3B22.10 Standing Waves : Melde's String Vibrator
3B22.50 Standing Waves: Slinky Standing Waves
3B22.60 Square Wave (NEW DEMO)
3B27.20 Compound Waves: Wave Superposition Model
3B30.10 Ripple Tank (NEW DEMO)
3B40.10 Doppler Effect: Doppler Ball and Rocket (NEW DEMO)
3B40.20 Doppler Effect: Rotating Speaker Bar (NEW DEMO)
3B40.25 Doppler Effect: Doppler Reed
3B55.10 Interference and Diffraction of Sound: Speaker Bar
3B60.10 Beats: Beat Forks
3B70.10 Coupled Resonators: Coupled Tuning Forks
3B80.10 Resonance Tube (NEW DEMO)

3C - Acoustics

3C20.10 Pitch: Range of Hearing
3C20.20 Ear Model
3C30.10 Acoustic Levitator (NEW DEMO)

3D - Instruments

3D30.35 Resonance Cavities: Bloogles
3D30.70 Resonance in Air Columns: Hoot Tubes
3D32.10 Air Column Instruments: Organ Pipes
3D40.20 Resonance in Plates, Bars, and Solid: Singing Rod
3D40.30 Chladni Plates (manual version)
3D40.35 Chladni Plates (motorized version) (NEW DEMO)
3D40.40 Monochord (NEW DEMO)
3D40.50 Metallophone (NEW DEMO)
3D50.10 Wave Dispersion: Sound Waves Propagating Through Slinky(NEW DEMO)

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Thermodynamics: PIRA Section 4

4A - Thermal Properties of Matter

4A10.20 Galilean Thermometer
4A30.xx Solid Expansion: Linear Expansion of a Metal Rod (UT Favorite)
4A30.10 Solid Expansion: Bimetal Strip
4A30.20 Solid Expansion: Ball and Ring
4A40.10 Properties of Materials at Low Temperature: Lead Bell
4A40.30 Properties of Materials at Low Temperature: Smash a Rose, Tube, or Ball
4A40.40 Specific Heat: Beeswax (NEW DEMO)
4A50.10 Heat Absorption and Radiation (NEW DEMO)
4A50.15 Thermal Camera (NEW DEMO)

4B - Heat and the First Law

4B20.10 Convection: Convection Tube with Water
4B20.15 Convection: Rotating Convection(NEW DEMO)
4B20.16 Convection: Baroclinic Instability(NEW DEMO)
4B20.20 Hand Boiler (NEW DEMO)

4C - Change of State

4C10.10 Change of State: PVT Surfaces
4C20.40 Phase Changes: Freezing Liquid Nitrogen
4C31.30 Cooling by Evaporation: Drinking Bird

4D - Kinetic Theory

4D20.10 Mean Free Path: Crookes' Radiometer
4D30.10 Kinetic Motion: Cenco Kinetic Theory Apparatus

4E - Gas Law

4E10.20 Constant Pressure: Balloons in Liquid Nitrogen
4E20.25 Constant Temperature: Boyle's Law with Syringe on OHP
4E20.40 Constant Temperature: Balloon in a Vacuum
4E30.10 Constant Volume: Pressure vs Temperature
4E40.10 Greenhouse Effect (NEW DEMO)
4E50.10 Pulse Oximeter (NEW DEMO)

4F - Entropy and the Second Law

4F30.10 Heat Cycles: Stirling Engine
4F30.30 Wankel Engine (NEW DEMO)
4F30.40 Two Stroke Diesel Engine (NEW DEMO)
4F30.50 Multistage Steam Turbines
4F30.60 Steam Engine with LED
4F30.70 Heat Engine Cycles
4F30.80 Compression Igniter (NEW DEMO)

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Subindex for Electricity & Magnetism PIRA Section 5
Electricity & Magnetism
PIRA Section 5
5A - Electrostatics
5B - Electric Fields and Potential
5C - Capacitance
5D - Resistance
5E - Electromotive Force and Current
5F - DC Circuits
5G - Magnetic Materials
5H - Magnetic Fields and Forces
5J - Inductance
5k - Electromagnetic Induction
5L - AC Circuits
5N - Electromagnetic Radiation

5A - Electrostatics

5A10.10 Producing Static Charge: Rods, Fur, and Silk
5A20.20 Coulomb's Law: Pith Balls
5A22.10 Electroscopic Meters: Electroscope
5A40.20 Induced Charge: Charge Propelled Cylinder
5A40.70 Induced Charge: Kelvin Water Drop Generator
5A50.10 Electrostatic Machines: Wimshurst Machine
5A50.30 Electrostatic Machines: Van de Graaff Generator
5A60.10 DNA Model (NEW DEMO)
5A60.15 Molecule Kit (NEW DEMO)

5B - Electric Fields and Potential

5B10.10 Electric Field: Hair on End
5B10.25 Electric Field: Confetti (Puffed wheat)
5B10.40 Electric Field: Fuzzy Fur Field Tank
5B20.xx Gauss' Law: Gaussian Models (UT Favorite)
*** 5B20.15 Gauss' Law: Faraday's Ice Pail on Electroscope (Usually Doesn't Work - Call for Availability)
5B30.10 Plasma Light (NEW DEMO)
5B40.10 Neuron Model (NEW DEMO)

5C - Capacitance

5C10.10 Capacitors: Assorted Capacitors
5C10.11 Capacitors: Large Variable Capacitor Model (UT Favorite)
5C10.20 Capacitors : Parallel Plate Capacitor
5C20.30 Capacitance: Dissectible Capacitor
5C30.20 Energy Stored in a Capacitor: Short a Capacitor

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5D - Resistance

5D10.10 Resistance: Assorted Resistors
5D20.10 Resistivity and temperature: wire coil in LN2
5D20.50 Resistivity and Temperature: Thermistor
5D20.60 Resistivity and Temperature: Conduction in Glass at High Temperature (Not Available for Classroom Use! Only video of demonstration is available.)

5D30.10 Conduction in Solutions: Conductivity of Solutions
5D40.10 Conduction in Gases: Jacob's Ladder (Painter 4.42 Use Only)
5D40.15 Conduction in Gases: Jacob Jr.'s Ladder (NEW DEMO)

5E - Electromotive Force and Current

5F - DC Circuits

5F10.10 Ohm's Law: Ohm's Law
5F20.50 Circuit Analysis: Series and Parallel Light Bulbs
5F20.55 Circuit Analysis: Series/Parallel Resistors
5F30.10 RC Circuits: Capacitor and a Light Bulb
5F30.20 RC Circuits: RC Time Constant on Scope
5F40.10 Simple Battery

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5G - Magnetic Materials

5G20.10 Magnetic Sand Timer (NEW DEMO)
5G20.30 Magnet Domains and Magnetization: Magnetic Domain Model
5G20.31 Magnet Domains and Magnetization: 3D Magnetic Domain Models
5G50.50 Temperature and Magnetism: Meissner Effect using Liquid Nitrogen
5G50.60 Temperature and Magnetism: Flux Pinning (NEW DEMO)

5H - Magnetic Fields and Forces

5H10.10 Magnetic Fields: Globe with Bar Magnet (NEW DEMO)
5H10.15 Magnetic Fields: Magnetic Dip Needle
5H10.20 Magnetic Fields: Oersted's Effect
5H10.30 Magnetic Fields: Magnet and Iron Filings
5H10.40 Magnetic Fields: Suspended Magnet
5H15.10 Magnetic Fields: Iron Filings Around a Wire
5H15.40 Fields and Currents: Solenoid and Iron Filings
5H30.10 Forces on Moving Charges: Open CRT
5H30.20 Forces on Moving Charges: e/m Tube
5H40.10 Forces on Currents in Wires: Parallel Wires
5H40.30 Forces on Current in Wires: Jumping Wire
5H40.40 Forces on Current in Wires: Lorentz Force (NEW DEMO)
5H40.40 Forces on Current in Wires: Lorentz Force (NEW DEMO)
5H40.45 Forces on Current in Wires: Rail Gun (NEW DEMO)
5H50.10 Torque on Coils: Model Galvanometer

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5J - Inductance

5J10.20 Inductance: Back EMF
5J30.10 LRC Circuits - DC: LRC Ringing

5K - Electromagnetic Induction

5K10.15 Induced Currents and Forces: Wire and Magnet
5K10.20 Induced Currents and Forces: Induction Coil with Magnets
5K10.24 Induced Currents and Forces: Number of Turns and Induced EMF
5K10.40 Induced Currents and Forces: Iron Core in Mutual Inductance
5K10.50 Induced Currents and Forces: Electromagnetic Experiment (NEW DEMO)
5K20.10 Eddy Currents: Eddy Current Pendulum
5K20.25 Eddy Currents: Magnets and Tubes
5K20.30 Eddy Currents: Jumping Ring
5K40.29 DC Generators: CENCO DC Generator & Galvanometer
5K40.10 Motors and Generators: CENCO DC Motor
5K40.80 Motors and Generators: Hand-crank Generator
5K40.81 Motors and Generators: Coupled Hand-held Generator & Flashlight
5K30.40 Transformers: Nail Welding Transformer

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5L - AC Circuits

5L10.10 Impedance: Inductive Choke
5L20.10 RLC Circuits - AC: RLC Series Circuit Resonance on an Oscilloscope
5L20.20 RLC Circuits AC: RLC - Resonance
5L20.26 RLC Circuits AC: LC Circuit w/ Parallel Resonance
5L30.10 Filters and Rectifiers - AC: Bridge Rectifier & LC Filter
5L30.20 Filters and Rectifiers: Blinky Whirlygig

5N - Electromagnetic Radiation

5N10.60 Transmission Line and Antennas: Radiation from a Dipole(Painter 4.42 Use Only)
  *  Youtube Video, a 36 second animation of wave propagation
5N20.50 Tesla Coil: Glowing Fluorescent Lamp (Painter 4.42 Use Only)
5N30.10 Electromagnetic Spectrum: Project the Spectrum with a Prism

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Optics: PIRA Section 6

6A - Geometric Optics

6A10.10 Reflection from Flat Surfaces: Blackboard Optics - Flat Mirror
6A20.10 Reflection from Curved Surfaces: Blackboard Optics - Curved/Convex Mirrors
6A20.35 Reflection from Curved Surfaces: Optic Mirage (UT Favorite)
6A20.41 Reflection From Curved Surfaces: Projected Filament w/ Mirrors (UT Favorite)
6A20.45 Reflection From Curved Surfaces: Convex and Concave Mirror
6A42.10 Refraction at Flat Surfaces: Blackboard Optics - Refraction
  * Refraction through a Prism - Wikipedia Animated GIF
6A44.25 Total Internal Reflection: Snell's Wheel
6A44.40 Total Internal Reflection: Light Pipe/ Laser and Fiber Optics
6A46.10 Rainbow: Rainbow Sphere
6A60.10 Thin Lenses: Blackboard Optics - Thin Lenses
6A60.30 Thin Lenses: Projected Filament w/ Lenses

6B - Photometry

6B10.15 Luminosity: Inverse Square Model

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6C - Diffraction

6C10.10 Diffraction Through a Single Slit: Single Slit and Laser
6C10.15 Diffraction through a Single Slit: Adjustable Slit and Laser
6C20.30 Diffraction Around Objects: Pin Hole Diffraction

6D - Interference

6D10.10 Interference From Two Sources: Double Slits and Lasers
6D20.10 Interference from Multiple Sources: Different Number of Slits
6D20.50 Gratings: Crossed Gratings and Laser
6D20.53 Gratings: Diffraction Grating and Laser (UT Favorite)
6D30.10 Thin Films: Newton's Rings
6D30.20 Thin Films: Soap Film Interference
6D40.10 Interferometers: Michelson Interferometer

6F - Color

6F10.10 Synthesis of Color: Projecting Colored Filters
6F40.10 Scattering: Sunset (Call for Availability)

6H - Polarization

6H10.10 Polarization: Polaroids on the Overhead
6H10.20 Dichroic Polarization: Microwave Polarization
6H30.40 Polarization: Karo Syrup

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6J - The Eye

6J10.10 The Eye: Eye Model
6J10.15 Cornea Conditions Model (NEW DEMO)

Modern Physics: PIRA Section 7

7A - Quantum Effects

7A10.10 Photoelectric Effect: Photoelectric effect in Zinc
7A60.10 X-Ray and Electron Diffraction: Electron Diffraction

7B - Atomic Physics

7B10.10 Spectra: Atomic Spectra

7D - Nuclear Physics

7D10.10 Radioactivity: Geiger Counter and Samples

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