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- Radioactivity and Radiation
Simple explanations of radioactivity and describe the basics of how to protect oneself from nuclear radiation, including an understanding of how a Geiger counter functions.
- Isotopes could improve forensics
A new approach to measuring radioactive isotopes in bones could transform the way forensic pathologists determine the ages of skeletal remains in future.
Five different isotope tracers are being used to analyse the nature of water moving through a hard rock system.
- Radioactive Waste Disposal
The nature of radioactivity, uses and precautions when using radioactive materials and the management of radioactive waste, including its disposal.
- Radiation and Radioactive waste
Safely and appropriate management of radioactive waste.
- The Periodic Table - Interactive
An interactive approach to understanding the Periodic Table, this website begins with Atomic Basics: protons, neutrons and electrons, followed by the periodic table's organization, isotopes and groups within the table.
- The Periodic Table
The Royal Society of Chemistry provides this interactive periodic table with element scarcity (SRI), discovery dates, melting and boiling points, group, block and period information. Requires Flash
- WebElements:The Periodic Table
Provides information (including atoms and molecules) about elements such as oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, copper, gold, and uranium as well as pictures showing element structures and periodic properties.
- Periodic Table Videos
This periodic table from the University of Nottingham differs from most in that each element features a short video about its properties.
- Chemistry Games - Periodic Table
Interactive games and quizzes on elements and molecules from the Royal Institution.