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Instructions to build your own particle detector out of LEGO
Java Applet simulating a photoelectric effect experiment, measuring current and stopping potential for a variety of metals and monochromatic wavelengths. A sophisticated simulated experiment.
Cool panoramic interactive allows you to look around the large hadron collider.
The ionization energy or ionization potential is the energy necessary to remove an electron from the neutral atom. It is a minimum for the alkali metals which have a single electron outside a closed ...
Short explanations from Fermilab of various methods for detecting particles.
Using a Field Effect Transistor (FET) to detect external electric fields. A circuit is built and tested.
Introduction to earlier particle detectors including nuclear emulsions, cloud, bubble, and multiwire chambers.
Description of the first particle detector of its type at Brookhaven in which the chamber through which the particles passed was surrounded by a superconducting magnet.
These pages detail how to construct an electronic detector that can be pointed at the sun to quantify the amount of haze. A spreadsheet is also supplied to analyse the data.
Particle accelerators are trying to answer some of the big questions. Here CMS, one of the detectors at the LHC, tries to explain how data they captures will help find the answers.
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