Carbon dioxide absorbs infrared light, as I understand it. Does that mean that carbon dioxide also retains more heat? Because it absorbs more energy? [non visible light which I guess is still energy}. What other gases absorb infrared. Is there a homemade tool that would allow me to see which gases absorb infrared? Where does infrared energy go?
Talks about CUWiP at the APS Meeting in Denver
Prospective students visit our department!
A guest blogger tells us about her experience at CUWiP!
A course about undergraduate research opportunities
There are abundant career opportunities for physics majors!
Our 2014 summer research program is going to be the best yet!
With the right strategy, anybody can succeed in physics!
The physics (and engineeering and finance) of energy.
2014 Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics a huge success!
Our summer research program is one of the best.
A presentation on majoring in physics.
Physics and entrepreneurship.
a talk I gave at Indiana University
An example of how physics is used in identifying threats.
Slides from my presentation to prospective students
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