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Basic Atomic + Nuclear Physics III.(Non-Calc.)

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These worksheets give a basic explanation and practice for Einstein's famous mass-energy equation as it applies to basic nuclear physics. They are a good foundation for a chapter in Nuclear physics. 


The Basic Atomic + Nuclear Physics units contain very little physics. They're mostly math, unit conversion and chemistry.
Yeah true I agree...Atomic and Nuclear is difficult to apply full-fledge until students have had the math background... and these are geared toward 9th and 10th grade level...(ie. the way they do Physics in Massachusetts)...hence, one really needs to take Quantum Physics in college before one has actually dipped into the pure physics which is present in the Quantum Mechanics associated with this...