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Gordon Kane, director of the Michigan Center for Theoretical Physics at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor explains virtual particles.
Max Born (1881 - 1970) won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1954 for his work on subatomic particles. His work on wave functions lead to the understanding that electrons should be regarded as particles.
Donald Arthur Glaser (1916 - ) main research interest was the elementary particles of physics, particularly the strange particles.
Good revision guide to quantum physics aimed at UK A level, covers topics such as the photoelectric effect,photons and wave-particle duality,
The Science and Technology Facilities Council funds UK research, education and training in its four broad areas of science: astronomy, particle physics, space science and nuclear physics.
A review of the particle physics game Particulars.
Short explanations from Fermilab of various methods for detecting particles.
This site gives an overview of atomic and subatomic physics.
Until 1931, the "elementary" particles were the electron, proton, and neutron. We now know of hundreds of other elementary particles. This site give a brief glimpse into all the various forms of ...
A short video from TED-Ed about wave-particle duality.
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