Light Traps: Spanish Language Astronomy Materials Education Center

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Title: Light Traps

Author: Carlos Ruiz Mejía

Publisher: Fondo de Cultura Económica

Collection: Science for Everyone

Year: 2000 (Second Edition)

ISBN: 968-16-5221-5-1

Suggested reader’s academic level: Junior High School

According to the author, this 204-page book explains what happens in the atoms of materials that work as light traps. It involves a discussion about the nature of light, of crystalline matter, and the interaction between light and matter. The title of the book comes from the very well known phenomenon of phosphorescence.

Light Traps

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According to the author, this 204-page book explains what happens in the atoms of materials that work as light traps. It involves a discussion about the nature of light, of crystalline matter, and the interaction between light and matter. The title of the book comes from the very well known phenomenon of phosphorescence. The author divides this book into three levels. The first is historic and informative and is for those who do not want to get into too much detail. The second level is for those who want to know more specifically about the matter but do not want to get into mathematical formulas, even though the author says the level of math is middle school. The last level is for those who want to know it all about the subject.

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