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|Authors||Sam McKagan, Kathy Perkins, Carl Wieman, and Noah Finkelstein|
|School / Organization||University of Colorado|
|Title||Davisson Germer lecture and homework|
|Simulations||Davisson-Germer: Difraksi Elektron|
|Keywords||electron diffraction, electron waves, phet activity|
|Description||This activity includes lecture notes for a 50 minute lecture and a homework problem for an introduction to the Davisson Germer experiment for a sophomore level modern physics course. The lecture notes include many concept questions. For more details about the course, please see: http://per.colorado.edu/modern|
|Level||Undergraduate - Intro, Undergraduate - Advanced|
|Type||Concept Questions, Demonstration, Homework|
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