• Third Dimension Exist Particles Dimensional
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    The Facts of Life "Existence is Truth" Everything we know of is the third dimension, and its properties. Everything is composed of atoms, and atoms are composed of smaller particles. All particles are three dimensional because they have the dimension of height, the dimension of width, and the dimension of depth. Air is composed of particles in a low state of density, water is composed of particles in a more dense state, and physical objects are composed of particles in a high state of density. ...
  • Charge Particles Mass Electrons
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    Mini-Research ELECTRON- In 1897, Sir J. J. Thomas, an English physicist, measured the deflection of cathode-ray particles in magnetic and electrical fields. As a result he found the ratio of the charge, e, to the mass, m, of the cathode-ray particles. He found e / m identical to those particles irrespective of the metal the electrodes were made of or the kind of gas in the tube. In 1909, RA Millikan, an American scientist, measured that charge. All electrons are found to be identical no matter ...
  • Beta Particles Shielding Source Electron
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    Beta Particles Aim: I will investigate how the field strength varies the deflection of Beta Particles. Preliminary Work I started my preliminary work because, when I started my measurements using 2 coils used in experiments to deflect electrons from and electron gun. While testing for the deflection of beta particles, I found that beta radiation was scattered in a very large cone, I can not get any readings with amount of beta radiation scattering. So I would have to construct some type of shiel...
  • Soil And Fertilization Particles Soils Organic
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    Soil and Fertilization Soil is the superficial covering of most of the earth s land area. This soil is made up of minerals and organic particles produced by organic decay. The main components of soil are undissolved inorganic compounds, soluble nutrients, organic matter, water, and gases. The physical nature of soil is determined by the proportions of different sizes. Inorganic particles range from large particles such as stone and gravel, to smaller particles. The smaller particles or species p...
  • Benefits Of Radiation Beta Particles
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    Benefits of Radiation Radioactivity is the spontaneous disintegration of atomic nuclei by the emission of subatomic particles called alpha particles and beta particles, or of electromagnetic rays called X rays and gamma rays. The phenomenon was discovered in 1896 by the French physicist Antoine Henri Becquerel when he observed that the element uranium can blacken a photographic plate, although separated from it by glass or black paper. He also observed that the rays that produce the darkening ar...
  • Beta Particles Nuclear Energy Power
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    Year 10 Physics Assignment By Valerie Bogdantsova 1. a) radiation~ The spontaneous decay or disintegration of an unstable atomic nucleus accompanied by the emission of radiation. b) nuclear energy~ Energy released when atomic nuclei undergo a nuclear reaction such as the spontaneous emission of radioactivity, nuclear fission, or nuclear fusion. c) background radiation~ relatively constant low-level radiation from environmental sources such as building materials, cosmic rays, and ingested in the ...
  • Methods For Studying Cells In The Lab
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    Methods for studying cells in the labCentrifugationA centrifuge is a device for separating particles from a solution according to their size, shape, density, viscosity of the medium and rotor speed. Centrifugation can be used to separate cells from one culture or to isolate an organelle from the rest of the cell. The process relies on speed; the faster and longer the particle is centrifuged, the smaller the particles are that will be separated. Separation occurs by causing the larger particles t...
  • Neutrinos Particles Particle Masses
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    The first real evidence that neutrinos may posses tiny particles of mass where when a giant particle detector was located deep in a mind in Japan. Neutrinos carry no electric charge. This particle-detecting equipment is sensitive only to charted particles, scientists are not able to observe neutrinos directly. If a neutrinos collides with a proton or neutron, the particles in the nucleus of and atom, the neutrino is transformed into a charged particle. There are three kinds of neutrinos. Electr...
  • Atom Nuclear Force
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    Atoms Atoms are the building blocks of matter. Everything around us is made up of atoms. The atom is more than a million times smaller than the thickness of a human hair. The smallest speck that can be seen under an ordinary microscope contains more than 10 billion atoms. Even though atoms are incredibly tiny, they are made up of even more minute particles: protons, neutrons, and electrons. These are called subatomic particles. Each element has a definite number of subatomic particles, which ma...
  • Does God Exists Caused First
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    DOES GOD ESISTSDescription of this essay: PHILISOPY PAPER Aquinas second proof that God exists, the proof from efficient cause, is summarized in the following: there exists things that are caused, nothing can be the cause of itself, there cannot be an infinite regress of causes, there fore, God exists. The proof of Aquinas s is a cosmological kind, basing the fact the if anything exist; an absolute necessary being must also exist. I agree with Aquinas that God is the uncaused first cause, but fr...
  • Rutherford Alpha Particles
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    Ernest Rutherford (1871-1937) Ernest Rutherford was born in Nelson, New Zealand. Rutherford demonstrated his abilities as a scientist early on while working on his B. Sc. at the University of New Zealand in 1894. He showed that the magnetization can be removed from a magnetized iron needle by dissolving the surface layer of the metal in acid. He began work at Cambridge in 1895 and was a professor at the University of Manchester from 1907 on. It is during this time period that Rutherford made hi...
  • Ernest Rutherford Alpha Particle
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    Rutherford was born on August 30, 1871, in Nelson, New Zealand. He was educated at the University of New Zealand and the University of Cambridge. He was a professor of physics at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec from 1989 to 1907. He was also professor at the University of Manchester in England. After 1919 he was professor of experimental physics and director of the Cavendish Lab at the University of Cambridge moreover held a professorship, after 1920, at the Royal Institution of Great Brit...
  • Erosion Water Particles Occurs
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    Erosion Streams, along with stream erosion, play important parts in the development of the land all over the world. Many important events happen from the result of erosion, including the construction of waterways, erosion of mountains and other natural things, and also deposition of particles. What is Erosion Erosion is the transportation of loose sediments or rock produced by weathering. Moving water is the primary agent for erosion, although ice, gravity, and wind can also cause it. The many k...
  • Years Risk Lungs Lung Particles
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    Case Study #1 John, a 72-year-old grandfather, had been smoking heavily for 24 years and had a persistant cough. A biopsy of his lung tissue revealed considerable amounts of carbon particles. How could this happen considering the natural cleaning mechanism of the respiratory system? Several factors influence the effects of inhaled particles... Size and heaviness are important because large and heavy particles settle more rapidly. Chemical composition is important because some substances, when in...
  • Rate Of Reaction Acid Temperature Particles
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    How does temperature affect the rate of reaction between Hydrochloric acid and marble chips? Aim From this investigation, we intend to find out if the temperature of acid, in this case Hydrochloric acid, affects the rate of reaction between itself and marble chips. Hypothesis We expect to find that the higher the temperature of acid, the quicker the rate of reaction. The rate of reaction will depend on the rate of collisions between particles, we expect the rate of collisions to be...
  • Kinetic Energy Particles Pressure Gas
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    Chapter 13- States of Matter Gases Kinetic Molecular Theory. Model to describe properties of gases. Kinetic = move. Theory describes behavior in terms of particles in motion. Model makes assumptions about size, motion, and energy of gas particles Particle size. Gases consist of small particles that are separated from one another by empty space. Because gas particles are far apart, there are no significant attractive or repulsive forces among them Particle Motion. Gas particles are in constant r...
  • Fluidization Theory Pressure Drop
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    3. 2 Justification for Proposed Work 3. 2. 1 Theory Fluidization is a process where solid-state particles are moved into a fluid-like state by means of suspension from either a gas or a liquid. This is accomplished by passing an upward flow of either a gas or liquid up through a fixed bed of small solid particles. Fluidized beds are used in industry for a number of reasons. First, they are an easily controlled process due to smooth, liquid-like flow of the particles. Also, compared to other met...
  • Charged Particle Atom Particles Mass
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    It has been said that during the 20 th century, man harnessed the "power of the atom." We made atomic bombs and generated electricity by nuclear power. We even split the atom into smaller pieces called subatomic particles. But what exactly is an atom? What is it made of? What does it look like? The pursuit of the structure of the atom has married many areas of chemistry and physics in perhaps one of the greatest contributions of modern science! . The parts of the atom: . chemistry and electromag...
  • High Energy Particles In The Earth
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    HIGH ENERGY PARTICLES IN THE EARTH'S MAGNETOSPHERE INTRODUCTION Cosmic rays are not actually part of the electromagnetic spectrum, but are actually particles that have high electron volt values and travel at speeds almost the same as light. Not a lot is known about the origins of high-energy particles, but we do know some information and some estimated values. There are really three main questions I want answered on this topic. "What are high energy particles and where do they come from? Why are...
  • A Brief History Of Atomic Theory
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    In the beginning of the 1800 s John Dalton, an English scientist did work some work on gases, which lead him to the creation of a complex system of symbols for all known elements at the time. He took all the information he had collected, along with the Laws of Conservation of Mass, Definite Composition and Multiple Proportions and updated Aristotle? s theory of matter with the Atomic Theory of Matter, which stated: – All matter is composed of tiny, indivisible particles called atoms. ̵...