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AdS/CFT and condensed matter Talk online: sachdev.physics.harvard.edu Talk online: sachdev.physics.harvard.edu.

matter: transport properties of a correlated electron system Three foci of modern physics Quantum phase transitions Black holes Hydrodynamics Canonical problem in condensed matter: transport properties of a correlated electron system New insights and results from detour unifies disparate fields of physics Three foci of modern physics Quantum phase transitions Black holes Hydrodynamics Three foci of/.: Condens. Matter 19, 145240 (2007) Anisotropic triangular lattice antiferromagnet Neel ground state for small/


Thomas Klähn D. Blaschke R. Łastowiecki F. Sandin 20.5.2011Thomas Klähn – Three Days on Quarkyonic Island.

. Bhagwat et al. (2007) Flavour symmetry breaking and meson masses But barely explored in medium 20.5.2011Thomas Klähn – Three Days on Quarkyonic Island One of the big unknowns when describing quark matter in NSs is the nuclear equation of state. Favorable: Nucleons (… and diquarks … and mesons!!!) as quark correlations In medium… this is a challenge we have to face now and in the/


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THE THREE STATES OF MATTER By: Mary Beth Masters Wise Primary School.

watch a video clip about matter! States of Matter States of Matter Click to go to the next slide. Is this a solid, a liquid, or a gas? Can you find more than one type of matter in any of the pictures? Is this a physical change or a chemical change? Can you find more than one physical or chemical change in the pictures? The Three States of Matter Final Project for Enhancing SOL/


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, and Gases! 1. Click here to see a video about the Three States of Matter! 3. Click here to hear a song about the Three States of Matter! Click the Arrow to Move On. S TATES OF MATTER Q UIZ : 1. How many States of Matter are there? 1. 3. 4. 5 States of Matter 4 States of Matter 3 States of Matter 2 States of Matter Need to review the info about Matter again? Click the i-button for help 2. S ORRY T RY/


KINETIC THEORY OF MATTER Lesson objectives. Student (i) states the three states of matter.

(i) states the three states of matter. KINETIC THEORY OF MATTER Lesson objectives. Describes composition of matter KINETIC THEORY OF MATTER Lesson objectives. Draws model representing states of matter. What is matter made up of ? The three states of matter are  Solids What is matter made up of ? The three states of matter are  Liquids What is matter made up of ? The three states of matter are  gases composition of matter. Matter is made up of molecules composition of matter. Matter is made up of And/


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BY ANDREA SNELL STATES OF MATTER. Matter exists in three states 1. solids 2. liquids 3. gases gas liquid solid In all three states of matter, the atoms.

a can of soda. All three states of matter are there. What part is solid matter? What part is liquid matter? What part is gas matter? 2. The molecules in which state of matter spread out until they fill the container no matter how big this container is? REVIEW CONTINUED 3. What about you? All three states of matter are a part of you. What part is solid matter? What part is liquid matter? What part is gas matter? 4/


Properties of Matter Andrew Jackson Duran Junior High.

sec 2 min 2 min, 30 sec 3 min 3 min, 30 sec 4 min 4 min, 30 sec Lesson 7 – Phase changes are dependent on temperature and pressure. Three phases or states of matter: solid, liquid, gas Phase changes take place when molecules lose or gain kinetic energy (heat energy) and can be related to a change in temperature. Lose kinetic energy – molecules/


© 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Chapter 1 Chemistry Basics: Matter and Measurement Julie Klare Fortis College Smyrna, GA Lecture Presentation.

a very high specific heat. © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. 1.4 Matter: The “Stuff” of Chemistry © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. 1.4 Matter: The “Stuff” of Chemistry States of Matter –A state of matter is the physical form in which the matter exists. The three most common states of matter are solid, liquid, and gas. © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. 1.4 Matter: The “Stuff” of Chemistry States of Matter –The particles in a solid are tightly packed together and moving/


Tuesday September 3,2013 Welcome to Chemistry! Content Objective WHAT Language Objective HOW Students will be able to think of 3 personality traits that.

Objective HOW BELL WORK Friday, October 4, 2013 Homework EXIT TICKET Students will demonstrate their understanding of the characteristics of three states of matter, physical properties and chemical properties by taking a quiz. Students will demonstrate their understanding of the concept of particles in matter by reflecting on demonstration about states of matter. Classify each of the following as a physical or a chemical property: a-Oil and water do not mix. b/


A Course on Linguistics for Students of English The Goals for this Course To get a scientific view on language; To get a scientific view on language;

known as intonation. English has three types of intonation that are most frequently used: English has three types of intonation that are most frequently used: falling tone (matter of fact statement) falling tone (matter of fact statement) rising tone (doubts/defined comprehensible input as “ i + 1 ” : “ i ” represents learners ’ current state of knowledge, the next stage is an “ i + 1 ”. “ i ” represents learners ’ current state of knowledge, the next stage is an “ i + 1 ”. Krashen mistook input and intake,/


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or cases. According to Dirac the vacuum is not empty but it is evenly full packed by the electron states of negative energy. This kind of vacuum is called for Dirac’s see, and it is not possible to recognize in the real vacuum, where/ is changed from the scale of quantum effects to the macroscopic scale. Let’s consider next the disappearance of interference, when the scale changes as far as to the scale of a black hole. The next principal picture shows the three scales of matter. V V V Single elementary/


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Physical Science Do Now 1/13/11 1. Sharpen pencil and sit in assigned seat 2. Write down 3 things that students do to make a class great and three things.

assigned seat 2. Write down 3 things that students do to make a class great and three things teachers do to make a class great →agenda, notebook, paper, pencil Rules/Procedures/Syllabus/video  Summarizer- States of Matter (a.k.a. Phases of Matter) Do Now 2/10/11 Draw & Fill in Table using your notes Summarizer- States of Matter (a.k.a. Phases of Matter) Summarizer- States of Matter (a.k.a. Phases of Matter) Quiz: States of Matter Quiz: States of MatterStates of MatterStates of Matter Triple Point diagram /


What is matter??? Matter is anything that takes up space!!! What are the three states of matter??? The three states of matter are solids, liquids, and.

anything that takes up space!!! What are the three states of matter??? The three states of matter are solids, liquids, and gases! (A fourth state is Plasma but you’ll learn about that later) Three Main Phases – page 41 Solid Solids have three main properties: It has a definite shape. It has a definite mass. It has a definite volume. An apple is a solid This means that a solid will/


Chapter 2: Elements of Chemistry Table of Contents Section 2.1: Matter has Physical and Chemical Properties & ChangesMatter has Physical and Chemical.

. You can smell the odor or taste the flavor of some matter. To describe a sample of matter, you need to identify its state. This property, known as the state of matter, is another physical property that you can observe. State Physical and Chemical Properties 1 1 Click image to view movie. Perhaps you are most familiar with the three states of water. State Physical and Chemical Properties 1 1 You can drink/


200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Physical & Chemical Changes How Does Matter Change.

200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Physical & Chemical Changes How Does Matter Change State? Different Kinds Of Chemical Reactions Using Chemical Properties Give three examples of a physical change. Physical & Chemical Changes - 100 Sawing wood, slicing potatoes, tearing paper, hammer copper into sheets, melting ice, dissolving salt in water Physical & Chemical/


Chapter 4 1 Chapter 3 Matter and Energy. Chapter 4 2 Matter Matter is any substance that has mass and occupies volume. Matter exists in one of three physical.

or a solid, like dry ice, CO 2 (s). Gases have the most energy of the three states of matter. Chapter 4 4 Liquid State In a liquid, the particles of matter are loosely packed and are free to move past one another. Liquids have an indefinite /. Solids cannot be compressed and have a definite volume. Solids have the least energy of the three states of matter. Chapter 4 6 Physical States of Matter Chapter 4 7 Changes in Physical State Most substances can exist as either a solid, liquid, or gas. Water exists as/


Physical Properties Does it Matter?. What is matter? Look around the classroom. Everything, from the clothes you are wearing to the air you breath is.

beach are matter. Everything is matter and matter comes in three different states: solid, liquid and gas. That means that everything is either a solid, a liquid, or a gas. Each state has properties. Everything is matter and matter comes in three different states: solid, liquid and gas. That means that everything is either a solid, a liquid, or a gas. Each state has properties. What are the properties of matter? Each state has/


Chapter 1 Introduction to Chemistry. What is Chemistry? Matter Matter – anything that has mass and occupies space. Chemistry – study of the composition.

in nature Group 2 – (alkaline earth metals) are silvery colored, soft metals Group 17- (halogens) the only group which contains elements in all three familiar states of matter at standard temperature and pressure. Metal, Nonmetals, and Metalloids The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) set the standard for labeling groups in the periodic table. They numbered the groups from left to right 1/


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The Three States of Matter State Objectives : –States of Matter: Conditions/Identify The learner will be able to identify states of matter.

The Three States of Matter State Objectives : –States of Matter: Conditions/Identify The learner will be able to identify states of matter. Following the presentation, the students will complete a puzzle and a reading comprehension exercise about the three states of matter (solid, liquid, and gas). Gas Has no fixed shape Has no fixed volume Made of particles that move rapidly The particles also have large spaces between them in comparison to solids and liquids Examples of Gases/


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elements. Some found in earth’s crust. Some found in earth’s crust. Lose three valence electrons to form +3 ions. Lose three valence electrons to form +3 ions. Boron Abbreviation: B Abbreviation: B Atomic Number: 5 Atomic Number: 5 Atomic Weight: 10.81 Atomic Weight: 10.81 State of Matter: Solid State of Matter: Solid Uses: Uses: –Transistors in high- tech industry –Nuclear reactors Aluminum Abbreviation: Al/


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that heat transfer is like energy in the fact that it is a state function and doesn’t matter the path since they end at the same point.” “Transfer of heat doesn’t matter on the path you take.” “They both end up at the /zero. Only three out of 32 students (9%) answered both parts of Interview Question #6 correctly. Predominant Themes of Students’ Reasoning 1.Understanding of concept of state function in the context of energy. 2.Belief that work is a state function. 3.Belief that heat is a state function. 4/


Lesson Starter Why did you not smell the odor of the vapor immediately? Explain this event in terms of the motion of molecules. Section 1 The Kinetic-Molecular.

kinetic-molecular theory is based on the idea that particles of matter are always in motion. The theory can be used to explain the properties of solids, liquids, and gases in terms of the energy of particles and the forces that act between them. Section 1 The Kinetic-Molecular Theory of Matter Chapter 10 State of Matter The Kinetic-Molecular Theory of Gases An ideal gas is a hypothetical gas that/


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Spectacular as these results are, they will improve still further as the remaining three years of data are collected and analyzed. (The announcement of findings from Years 2 and 3 is anticipated in 2006.) Yet another /of about 100 sec, allowing the formation of heavy isotopes of hydrogen, two isotopes of helium, and a little bit of lithium. Before this time, collisions between particles would sometimes produce bound states, but subsequent collisions destroyed them. At the temperature and density of matter/


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The student understands chemists use kinetic and potential energy to explain the physical and chemical properties of matter on earth that may exist in any of these three states: solids, liquids, and gases. 18R. In the drawing above, a pure crystal “A/ The student understands chemists use kinetic and potential energy to explain the physical and chemical properties of matter on earth that may exist in any of these three states: solids, liquids, and gases. 35. During a chemical reaction, what are the resulting/


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(meaning it does depend on amount or size) then the answer is no, it’s not true. Extrinsic properties include:  Length, mass, volume  Others? “Matter” Exploring the concepts of:  “the effect of heat on the states of matter” “MatterStates of Matter  Model the three physical states of water by having people play the role of water molecules  Solid water (ice)  Liquid water  Gaseous water (water vapor)  Have the same people model the effect/


The Stuff of Everything… …even water and life. What is matter? Three Properties of Matter: 1. has mass 2. takes up space 3. shows inertia (force needed.

change motion) What is matter? Three Properties of Matter: 1. has mass 2. takes up space 3. shows inertia (force needed to change motion) What is matter? Four states of matter: 1. Solid 2. Liquid 3. Gas 4. Plasma What is matter? Four states of matter: 1. Solid 2. Liquid 3. Gas 4. Plasma What is matter? Four states of matter: 1. Solid 2. Liquid 3. Gas 4. Plasma What is matter? Four states of matter: 1. Solid 2. Liquid/


1 Non-Baryonic Dark Matter in Cosmology Antonino Del Popolo Department of Physics and Astronomy University of Catania, Italy IX Mexican School on Gravitation.

bosons or graviton gauge hierarchy problem especially motivates Terascale masses 7 Neutralinos favorite because they have at least three virtues… 1) Required by supersymmetry, and so motivated by electroweak symmetry breaking force unification 2) Stable:/ density today: ~ x Fo / Numerical coincidence? Or an indication that dark matter originates from EW physics? WIMP MIRACLE Non-relativistic expansion for heavy states In case of presence of other species i,j=1 -> WIMP 11 Neutrinos Light neutrinos: m ν ≤/


2.1 Properties of Matter > 1 Copyright © Pearson Education, Inc., or its affiliates. All Rights Reserved.. Chapter 2 Matter and Change 2.1 Properties of.

refer to water — water, ice, and water vapor. Water, which is a common substance, exists in three different physical states. –So can most other substances. States of Matter 2.1 Properties of Matter > 25 Copyright © Pearson Education, Inc., or its affiliates. All Rights Reserved.. *Three states of matter are solid, liquid, and gas. States of Matter 2.1 Properties of Matter > 26 Copyright © Pearson Education, Inc., or its affiliates. All Rights Reserved.. *A solid is a/


2.1 Properties of Matter > 1 Copyright © Pearson Education, Inc., or its affiliates. All Rights Reserved.. Chapter 2 Matter and Change 2.1 Properties of.

substance, exists in three different physical states. –So can most other substances. States of Matter 2.1 Properties of Matter > 25 Copyright © Pearson Education, Inc., or its affiliates. All Rights Reserved.. States of Matter What are three common states of matter? States of Matter 2.1 Properties of Matter > 26 Copyright © Pearson Education, Inc., or its affiliates. All Rights Reserved.. Three states of matter are solid, liquid, and gas. States of Matter 2.1 Properties of Matter > 27 Copyright © Pearson/


Hearsay BY: GUSTAVO G. SARAH K. DESTINY S.. What is Evidence?  To understand what constitutes EVIDENCE in a court of law, it is easier to first understand.

reason, the statement is relevant merely because it was uttered. (4) (4)  ANALYSIS/EXCEPTION/EVIDENCE CODE:  The first of four types of state of mind form the next subcategory of definitional exclusions from hearsay where the statement is not offered for the truth of the matter asserted. The first three state of mind categories are treated here as definitional exclusions from hearsay, the fourth is, strictly speaking, hearsay, but falls/


Phases of Matter and Phase Changes. HEAT Heat is one form of ___________________ Other forms of energy include:  Light  Sound  Nuclear  Kinetic (energy.

gas to a liquid, would you need to ADD energy (heat) or RELEASE energy (cool)? ____________________ Check your understanding What are the three main states of matter? ___GAS___ ___LIQUID___ ___SOLID___ List these three states of matter from the state with the LEAST amount of energy to the state with the MOST energy: ___SOLID___ ___LIQUID___ ___GAS___ To go from a gas to a liquid, would you need to ADD energy (heat) or/


By: Charbel Alhaddad 707. What is matter? Every thing is made up of matter. Every thing is made up of matter. They are measured in mass. They are measured.

has a mass and a volume. Also because of the mass and volume, matter also has a density. Also because of the mass and volume, matter also has a density. States of Matter. There are three main states of matter. There are three main states of matter. Solids, liquids, and gases are the three states of matter normally found on Earth. Solids, liquids, and gases are the three states of matter normally found on Earth. A solid’s molecules are packed together and/


 ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Which state of matter (solid, liquid, gas, or plasma) do you believe is most important for survival? Explain your thinking.

different states of matter apart?  Can the matter change into different states?  D OES M ATTER R EALLY M ATTER ? BY LINDSAY PURNELL Topics of Discussion: What is matter? The three states of matter: Solids, liquids, and gases Changing matter from one state to another Matter in the real world W HAT IS MATTER ? Matter is EVERYTHING around you! Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space. Matter is anything made of atoms and molecules. The Three States of Matter SOLID/


The 4 Modern States of MatterMatter can take four states: Solid ○ Solid is the state in which matter maintains a fixed volume and shape. Solid Liquid.

of Matter Name the four states of matter? What states of matter are fluid, can flow? Which state of matter has the strongest bonds between particles? Which states of matter have no bonds between particles? Which state of matter is the most energetic? Which state of matter has the least amount of heat? What is enthalpy? How are temperature, energy and state of matter related? Define: sublimation, deposition, melting, freezing, evaporation, condensation, ionization, deionization.  The three states of matter/


States of Matter. Let’s review matterMatter is anything that takes up space & has mass. It occurs in three states: Solid Liquid Gas.

States of Matter Let’s review matterMatter is anything that takes up space & has mass. It occurs in three states: Solid Liquid Gas Solids definite shape and definite volume. The particles are in a tight, regular pattern. The particles are close together and vibrate A solid does not take the shape of a container in which it is placed. 2 types: Crystalline – orderly, 3D arrangement of/ shape. Particles slide past each other to take the shape of the container. Particles are further apart, and can move freely/


Chemistry is the study of the structure and behaviour of matter.

philosopher, Democritus, developed the idea that matter consisted of particles. Today scientists have added to Democritus’ idea and now describe matter and its properties using the particle theory of matter. The particle theory of matter is a very useful model which helps to explain both the physical properties of matter and also the differences between the three states of matter. Particle Theory of Matter All matter is made up of particles The particles are in constant random/


Two- and three-particle Bose-Einstein correlations M. Csanád for the PHENIX Collaboration.

/17 Pion C 2 at different m t bins Edgeworth PHENIX PRELIMINARY Three shapes: Three shapes: Gauss, R Gauss, R Edgeworth, R,  3 Edgeworth, R,  3 Lévy, R,  Lévy, R,  Gauss PHENIX PRELIMINARY Lévy M. Csanád for the PHENIX Collaboration, Quark Matter 2005, Budapest 10/17 Quality of the fits PHENIX PRELIMINARYGauss Low CL Lévy High CL Edgeworth Uniformly/


Three Phases of Matter Tahoma Jr. High 8 th Grade Science Maple Valley, WA.

L iquid + evaporating + - condensing - + sublimating + - freezing - + melting + - reverse sublimating - THREE BASIC PHASES OF MATTER THREE BASIC PHASES OF MATTER general particle arrangement S – L – G TRIANGLE * There is a fourth phase (or “state”) of matter called PLASMA which is not commonly seen on Earth (though 99% of the Universe‘s visible matter is in this phase! ). This highly energized matter is made of atoms different from ordinary neutrally charged atoms (negative electron # equals/


STATES OF MATTER ARE THE DIFFERENT FORMS IN WHICH MATTER CAN EXIST. LOOK AT FIGUREBELOW. IT REPRESENTS WATER IN THREE STATES: SOLID (ICEBERG), LIQUID.

WATER), AND GAS (WATER VAPOR IN THE AIR). IN ALL THREE STATES, WATER IS STILL WATER. IT HAS THE SAME CHEMICAL MAKEUP AND THE SAME CHEMICAL PROPERTIES. THAT’S BECAUSE THE STATE OF MATTER IS A PHYSICAL PROPERTY.BELOW THIS PHOTO REPRESENTS SOLID, LIQUID, AND/, LIQUIDS, AND GAS DIFFER? DESCRIBE THE ENERGY OF A SOLID, LIQUID, AND GAS. THESE THREE STATES OF MATTER ARE COMMON ON EARTH. WHAT ARE SOME SUBSTANCES THAT USUALLY EXIST IN EACH OF THESE STATES? MAKE A THREE COLUMN CHART WITH YOUR NEIGHBOR AND LIST AS MANY/


Sponge Arrange the three states of matter from that which has the fastest moving atoms to that which has the slowest moving atoms. Arrange the three states.

the fastest moving atoms to that which has the slowest moving atoms. Arrange the three states of matter from that which has the fastest moving atoms to that which has the slowest moving atoms. Three Ways to Heat Matter I can define conduction, convection, and radiation. I can summarize the main idea of today’s lesson and suggest examples that illustrate each concept. Conduction Conduction The flow/


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