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Future Faces of Physics Jeopardy! Jeopardy!
Sci-Fi to Real Life Famous Numbers Nobel PrizesSub-AtomicSports Physics
This fictional teleportation machine that moved people from one place to another in Star Trek now has a real- world equivalent -- using photons, not atoms yet. Sci-Fi to Real Life - 100
The P in PET scans, this anti- particle – which formed the basis of the brains in Isaac Asimovs robots – is now used to study the sources of medical seizures in the body. Sci-Fi to Real Life - 200
The S in LASER, this word describes a process that contrasts with "spontaneous" emission of light. Sci-Fi to Real Life - 300
Philo T. Farnsworth is often credited with this invention, in which images are transmitted via electromagnetic radiation. Sci-Fi to Real Life - 400
True to the sound of her name, she taught everyone "how" to slow light down to bicycle speeds in Sci-Fi to Real Life - 500
3.142 Famous Numbers - 100
2.997 x 10 8 m/s Famous Numbers - 200
1.602 x C Famous Numbers - 300
6.626 x J-s Famous Numbers - 400
1.380 x J/K Famous Numbers - 500
Nobel prizes are paid for by this invention. Nobel Prizes - 100
Known for picking locks and playing the bongo drums, he won a Nobel Prize for his fundamental work in quantum electrodynamics. Nobel Prizes - 200
This Nobel winner was asked to be President of Israel, but declined. Nobel Prize - 300
The 2008 Sigma Pi Sigma Congress will be held at an accelerator lab in Chicago named after this Nobel Prize winner. Nobel Prize - 400
Albert Fert of France and Peter Grünberg from Germany shared the 2007 Nobel Prize in Physics for this discovery. Nobel Prize - 500
It is the lightest stable particle. Sub-Atomic - 100
This particle has long been thought to be mass-less, but recent results indicate it may have a very small mass. Sub-Atomic - 200
The two quarks that comprise almost all matter. Sub-Atomic - 300
The class of particles that includes electrons, positrons, neutrinos, the muon, and the tau particle. Sub-Atomic - 400
The particle which holds quarks together inside hadrons. Sub-Atomic - 500
When a football travels through air, introductory physics texts claim it follows this type of path. Sports Physics - 100
In this team sport, Newtons first law is most nearly realized. Sports Physics - 200
In these two sports, balls have non-uniformities, known as dimples and seams, which surprisingly enhance the balls range. Sports Physics - 300
In this Fred Flintstone sport, the player who increases the entropy the most wins. Sports Physics - 400
The shape of a soccer ball resembles this form of carbon, from the Fullerene family. Sports Physics - 500
DAILY DOUBLE Make your wager now…
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Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Radioactivity JEOPARDY!
Jeopardy Jeopardy PHY101 Chapter 12 Review Study of Special Relativity Cheryl Dellai.
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Happyphysics.com Physics Lecture Resources Prof. Mineesh Gulati Head-Physics Wing Happy Model Hr. Sec. School, Udhampur, J&K Website: happyphysics.com.
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Future Faces of Physics Physpardy! Double Physpardy!
Aim: How can we explain the four fundamental forces and the standard model? Do Now: List all the subatomic particles that you can think of.
Particle Physics J4 Leptons and the standard model.
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Recreating the Big Bang with the World’s Largest Machine Prof Peter Watkins Head of Particle Physics Group The University of Birmingham Admissions Talk.
The Theory of (Almost) Everything Standard Model.
Varan Satchithanandan Mentor: Dr. Richard Jones. explains what the world is and what holds it together consists of: 6 quarks 6 leptons force.
The Nucleus Nucleons- the particles inside the nucleus: protons & neutrons Total charge of the nucleus: the # of protons (z) times the elementary charge.
GAME RULES Chose teams One team, picks one case The team opens up six of the remaining 25 cases. The Banker makes an offer. If the team declines they.
Particle Physics Intro. What’s Stuff Made Of…Really? All particles can be grouped into two categories: Fermions and Bosons Things to know about Fermions:
Jeopardy Math 1-1 to 1-6 Review 100 Algebraic Properties Radicals Factoring More Fun Math.
1 Nuclear Chemistry Active Chemistry. 2 Review Atomic Notation.
Review of Special Relativity S and S’ system: S and S’ system: For a particle with velocity in S: For a particle with velocity in S: The Doppler effect:
Nuclear Radiation. Nuclear Chemistry? What we have learned in this course is the nucleus consists of protons and neutrons. This is an oversimplification.
By Cameron Bell. Photons are the discrete particles which light are made out of Photons are the discrete particles which light are made out of They.
Modern Physics Chapters Wave-Particle Duality of Light Young’s Double Slit Experiment (diffraction) proves that light has wave properties So does.
Work, Power and Energy Review Each table will work as a team to earn points by answering questions. There will be 60 seconds to answer each question from.
"Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds." Robert Oppenheimer after the first test of the atomic bomb.
What makes up the nucleus? Nucleus is positively charged Different atoms have same electrical properties but different masses Isotopes – same atomic number,
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BY: BRETT SLAJUS Particle Physics. Standard Model of Elementary Particles Three Generations of Matter (Fermions)
ATOMIC STRUCTURE NEUCLONS ELECTRONSPARTICLES HISTORY STABLE or not ELEMENTS $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
Calorimeters A calorimeter is a detector that measures “energy” of the particles that pass through. Ideally it stops all particles of interest. Usually.
Finishing things up. So what’s with that 14 C? Masses of isotopes (not “natural” stuff) truly are multiples of basic hydrogen. Hydrogen is positively.
Higgs Boson-The God’s Particle & The mystery of mass Higgs Boson-The God’s Particle & The mystery of mass Dr.S.Sanyasi Raju Reader & H.O.D. of Physics.
Quarks and Leptons Announcements 1.Recitation this week in lab. BRING QUESTIONS ! 2.See my by Wed. if you have any grading issues with your exam. 3.Reading.
Atomic Models Sublevels and Orbitals Arranging Electrons Rules and Laws Potpourri
Nuclear Physics E = mc 2. Outline Theory of Special Relativity Postulates E = mc 2 The Atom What makes up the atom? What holds the atom together? Quantum.
Classification of Particles [Secs 2.1, 14.1, 14.2 Dunlap]
ELECTROWEAK UNIFICATION Ryan Clark, Cong Nguyen, Robert Kruse and Blake Watson PHYS-3313, Fall 2013 University of Texas Arlington December 2, 2013.
THIS IS With Host... Your Derivatives Diff’ability Physics Inverse Functions Exponential & Logs Special Rules.
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