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View Resource How Does Radioactive Decay Work?

This teacher's guide with exercises is intended to help teach the topics of radioactive decay and its use to determine age. It identifies four main concepts that students are likely to struggle with: spontaneity (randomness) of radioactive decay; the importance of isotopes; the concept of half-life; and how to choose which system of isotopes to use to determine age. The guide presents suggestions...

View Resource Secondary Energy Infobook

This high school resource includes teaching materials on energy topics like biomass, coal, geothermal energy, hydropower, natural gas, petroleum, solar power, wind power, climate change and others. Classes could use all of or select portions of the document along with other lessons about energy, fuels and the environment. The document also includes correlations to national science standards....

View Resource Secondary Infobook Activities

This high school resource includes a set of student worksheets on energy, including topics like biomass, coal, geothermal energy, hydropower, natural gas, solar power, electricity and others. Answer keys are provided for all of the worksheets, and correlations to national science content standards are provided as well. This resource is intended to be used along with the secondary energy infobook,...

View Resource CERN Education

The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN, from the French), which employees over two thousand staff members and has hosted more than ten thousand fellows, associates, and apprentices, is one of the greatest international science projects in history. Educators will find a wide array of helpful resources on CERN's Teaching Resources site, including "presentations, recorded lectures,...

View Resource Nuclear Science References WWW Retrieval System

The retrieval system contains references to low and intermediate energy physics research publications listed in the Nuclear Science Reference (NSR) Data File at the National Nuclear Data Center, Brookhaven National Laboratory. Users can search via nuclide, target, incident particle, outgoing particle, reaction, author, keynumber list, subject or quantity. Links to abstracts from the American...

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