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View Resource Quantum Dots

This presentation, created by Gunjan Mishra at the University of Nevada - Reno, is a downloadable slideshow illustrating the history, formation, and application of quantum dots. While created as part of a lecture series, this website provides students with a concise outline of the unique characteristics of the particles.

View Resource What's the Matter with Antimatter?

Particle Physics in Plain English!, an outreach project for the Lepton Photon 2003 Conference at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, discusses how particle physicists are studying antimatter with the hopes of contributing to the current understanding of the universe on all scales, "from revealing the origin of matter shortly after the Big Bang, to uncovering the secrets of elementary particles...

View Resource Pictures of the Hydrogen Atom

This web site offers a multimedia presentation on the properties of the hydrogen atom and the ways in which these properties are commonly visualized. Pictures and animations of states of the atom are presented with descriptions of both the physics and the visualization. Properties of the atom illustrated by the pictures include its size, its angular momentum, currents, and magnetic moment....

View Resource Baryon Bonanza

This activity helps users understand the quark structure of elementary particles. Users choose combinations of three quarks to see what particles can be made. Click on the "Curious?" button reveals a number of interesting things about baryons, including information about making baryons, matter and antimatter, antibaryons, mesons, and hadrons.

View Resource Light and Matter Interactions

In this activity, by the Concord Consortium's Molecular Literacy project, students ?are introduced to the basic concepts of light, followed by several interactive simulations that model the interactions of light with matter." The activity itself is a java-based interactive resource built upon the free, open source Molecular Workbench software. In the activity, students are allowed to explore a...

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