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Anechoic chamber designed with boxes and straws
Heating and convection cause the signature shape of nuclear blasts.
A fast moving animation showing charge separation and lightning between storm clouds and the ground
Allows you to perform gas law experiments including density / molecular weight variations. A very good site for demonstrating variables in the gas laws.
Find out how light scattering makes the sky blue and clouds white.
Luis Alvarez built the first bubble chamber to track particles which eventually won him a Nobel prize.
An experiment from our Physics To Go series about condensation. All you need is a plastic bottle with cap, water and a match.
A Marvin and Milo activity about condensation. All you need is a pint glass, small bowl, hot water, ice and aerosol spray (eg deodorant).
Models for the charge buildup which leads to lightning discharges suggest a buildup of a strong negative charge layer near the bottom of the cloud and the formation of a positive ground shadow
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 ...
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