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Future Faces of Physics Physpardy! Physpardy!
Know your Stats Light up my Life Past Faces of Physics Extreme Planets In the Lab
The percentage of bachelor’s degrees earned by women in this ancient science is nearly double that of physics. Know your Stats - 100
Together these two minority groups make up over 25% of the U.S. population – but they earn only 9% of physics bachelor’s degrees. Know your Stats - 200
Of 10, 30, and 50 about this percent of employed physics bachelor’s go right into high school teaching after graduation. Know your Stats - 300
Of 10, 30, and 50 about this percentage of physics bachelor’s degree recipients become physics professors. Know your Stats - 400
Of A, B, C the line representing the percent of women in physics. Know your Stats C A B
Found in “Rainbow Glasses,” this splits white light into its various colors by interference effects. Light up my Life - 100
Light travels through optical fibers without leaking because of this. Light up my Life - 200
Einstein’s analysis of this experiment is considered by many to be conclusive evidence of photons. Light up my Life - 300
Ironically, this is the name given to the type of radiation spectrum given off by the sun or an incandescent light bulb. Light up my Life - 400
First detected by Vera Rubin, this mysterious substance warps light paths to produce multiple images, as seen in recent Hubble photographs. Light up my Life - 500
This physicist calculated that black holes should emit radiation until they evaporate. He is almost completely paralyzed from ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease. Past Faces - 100
The Nobel Prizes in Chemistry has been given to 3 women. This woman and her daughter each received one for work on radioactivity. Past Faces - 200
In 1965, this American physicist received the Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on quantum electrodynamics. Past Faces - 300
In the late 1930s, she and her colleagues discovered nuclear fission. She published the physical explanation of it with her nephew, Otto Robert Frisch. Past Faces - 400
This iconic physicist was engaged in many civil rights activities and co- chaired the American Crusade to End Lynching. Past Faces - 500
Even though it’s not nearest the sun, this planet has the highest mean surface temperature. Extreme Planets - 100
This former planet has a moon with nearly half its diameter. Extreme Planets - 200
This planet has the largest angular momentum about our sun. Extreme Planets - 300
Of the 8 official planets, it could almost be considered a double planet, with the largest moon relative to its size. Extreme Planets - 400
Galileo described this lowest density planet as having "ears". Extreme Planets - 500
The helical toy that “walks” down stairs and is used to demonstrate transverse and longitudinal waves. In the Lab - 100
The "machine" often used to measure "g" made from a pulley, string, and masses. In the Lab - 200
This "scope" uses electron beams incident on a phosphor screen, like old- style boxy televisions. In the Lab - 300
The classic “firearms” experiment where a ball is fired into a swing-like apparatus and conservation laws are used to get its initial speed. In the Lab - 400
While the original data analysis is now considered "slippery", this lab staple is often used to show that charge is quantized. In the Lab - 500
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Future Faces of Physics Physpardy! Physpardy!. Date A Scientist The AlphabetSI Units SPS by the Numbers Spelling
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Reflection And Refraction Of Light Chapter 22. Introduction Light is necessary for life on this planet. It is our source of energy. It enables us to see.
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The planets move in ellipses with the Sun at one focus. Conic section orbits are a natural outcome of the 1/d 2 nature of the gravitational force, in fact.
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Light and Color. Ancient Theories Earlier views of light believed that something like a streamer went out from the eye and gave us sight.
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Describe how electromagnetic energy is transferred through space as electromagnetic waves of varying wavelength and frequency.
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Modern Physics This isn’t Newton’s Physics!. Democritus – 400 BC First known person to advance the idea of “atoms” as building blocks of matter.
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