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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 Charged Particle in Capacitor

In this interactive simulation, the path of a charged particle in a capacitor can be traced. Users may adjust the strength of field, initial velocity and mass of the moving particle, and magnitude of its charge. The simulated path can be viewed in continuous or step mode, with or without a vector display of the position, velocity, acceleration, or force. Also available for display are bar graphs...

View Resource The Mechanical Universe and Beyond

This series of for physics teachers from Annenberg Media contains ?52 half hour video programs and coordinated books.? Video programs explore topics in physics from the basic fundamentals to more advanced concepts. Some topics of these segments include: inertia, Newton?s Laws, vectors, harmonic motion, Kepler?s Laws, electricity, magnetism and quantum mechanics. Teachers will find these p...

View Resource An Introduction to Particle Physics

The Particle Physics Department at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) provides the Introduction to Particle Physics homepage. Particle physics is defined as "the study of the basic elements of matter and the forces acting among them...to determine the fundamental laws that control the make-up of matter and the physical universe." The Introduction provides more information on Accelerators,...

View Resource Particle Trappin'

This interactive game is from Fermilab's Fermilabyrinth project, which aims to "develop an understanding of the operations and experiments that take place in the Fermilab accelerator and detector halls and the scientific ideas they explore." In it, visitors can add or subtract slabs of lead and uranium to stop all particles in the accelerator beam and measure their energies and mass.

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