Vitality and mementum protection in atomic and molecule material science.


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Much the same as Uranium, the neutron itself (outside a nucleaus) is additionally temperamental: ... Aurora Borealis otherwise known as, Northern Lights Jack Finch Science Photo ...
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Vitality and mementum protection in atomic and molecule material science Gil Refael

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Conservation laws: Momentum preservation: Energy protection: (Elastic crash) 1 2

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Conservation laws: Momentum preservation: Energy protection: (Elastic impact) 2 1

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1 2 Conservation laws: Momentum protection: Energy protection: (inelastic impact) 2 1

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\'Blast sort\' impact 2 1 Momentum preservation: Energy protection:

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Radioactivity

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+ 92 protons + 146 neutrons + Radioactive "alpha" rot + Radioactivity and Elementary particles Thorium Uranium (238): Alpha molecule =Helium cores Very swarmed!

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Uranium Decay Momentum protection: What is ? + (half time: 4.46 billion years) Uranium (238) Thorium (234) Alpha (4) Energy preservation: Clue: Some mass vanishes in the move! 8 electron masses missing! c=speed of light=300,000,000 m/s

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Another case: Plutonium What is ? + (half time: 24,100 years) Plutonium (239) Uranium (235) Alpha (4) c=speed of light=300,000,000 m/s What is the force speed?

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Uses of Uranium and Plutonium Uranium (235): Fuel for atomic reactors. Uranium (238): Fuel for atomic reactors. Plutonium (239) creation. Plutonium (239): Fuel for atomic reactors. Atomic weapons…

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N + Elementary particles: Neutron rot Just like Uranium, the neutron itself (outside a nucleaus) is likewise precarious: Expect: electrons have the same vitality toward the end of the procedure. In any case, Every examination gave an alternate result!

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Neutron rot Just like Uranium, the neutron itself (outside a nucleaus) is likewise flimsy: N + What about force and vitality protection ?!? Answer: There must be another molecule! Neutrino Very light molecule, that can go unscattered Through the whole cosmic system!

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How was this deliberate? Bubble chambers X Magnetic Field X Liquid Hydrogen very nearly getting to be gas. Particles leave trail of air pockets!

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X Magnetic Field X How was this deliberate? Bubble chambers Neutron (0) + Proton (+1) Radius corresponding to force

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Aurora Borealis – otherwise known as, Northern Lights Fairbanks, Alaska: © Jack Finch—Science Photo Library/Photo Researchers, Inc.

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Aurora Borealis – otherwise known as, Northern Lights Kangerlussuaq, Greenland\'s west drift: (www.greenlandholiday.com)

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Aurora Borealis – otherwise known as, Northern Lights Fast particles from the sun: + Proton (+1)

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The molecule seekers How to deliver new particles like the neutrino? Make extremely vivacious impacts between them! This happen in molecule quickening agents: Electrons are quickened up to close to the pace of light!

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Monster quickening agents Fermilab in Chicago:

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Monster quickening agents Cern in Geneva:

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- "up" quark (charge: +2/3) up d - "down" quark (charge: - 1/3) d up d Elementary particles – Quarks and Leptons So far: Protons (+1) Neutrons (0) Electrons (- 1) + N But additionally: Neutrinos. Proton itself comprises of quarks: + Neutron: More quarks: (!) N

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To find new quarks and other basic particles: Need vitality of: !!! At this moment looking for: The Higgs "The molecule that gives all particles their masses… "

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