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Luis Alvarez built the first bubble chamber to track particles which eventually won him a Nobel prize.
A Marvin and Milo activity about bubbles and surface tension. All you need is a straw, soap, scissors and water.
In 1960 the Nobel Prize was awarded to Donald Glaser for designing the Bubble Chamber as a detector for use in nuclear physics. This is the presentation speech which gives an overview of the ...
In this series of experiments, you will control the action of a piston in a pressure chamber which is filled with an ideal gas.
A Marvin and Milo activity about bubbles. All you need is two glasses, skimmed milk, whole milk and two straws
Overview of the development of the spark chamber and a description of both function and uses in particle detectors.
A personal homepage of a mathematician in Ireland talking about physics of stout beer, including why bubbles affect the flavour, why bubbles sink and how bubbles start.
Researchers are looking at how sound bounces of bubbles in beer. This can tell them how the fluid is moving around the bubbles and has consequences for studying volcanic eruptions or monitoring food ...
Description of the background to a cloud chamber particle detector.
A great video showing what happens when a bubble gets hit by a shock wave travelling at Mach 3
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