Interpretation of quantum mechanics

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  • Otto Hahn Accomplishments

    Otto Hahn was a great scientist that did multiple things to advance the scientific field. Otto Hahn was born March 8, 1879 and died on July 28, 1968. In his early years he was debating being an architect but later went on to become a German chemist. Hahn attended the University of Marburg and recieved his doctorate degree in 1901. He served one year in the military. In 1904, he went to London to learn English and ended up working at the University College. At University College, Hahn ended up…

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  • Radioactive Boy Book Report

    Introduction “The Radioactive Boy Scout is about David Hahn who has a love for science. David starts out working on his boy scout badge, but soon turns to nuclear energy. He soon starts on a new project; building a nuclear breeder reactor. Posing as a physics professor, David solicited information on reactor design from the U. S. Government and from industry experts. He spent a lot his time in the garden shed putting things together to help him with his inventions. Key Idea 1 David's parents…

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  • How Did Fritz Haber Contribute To Chemistry

    Mallory James Lynette Burdick CHM 130 11 November 2015 Fritz Haber: For Better and For Worse Fritz Haber, a scientist not well-known to many, has played an immense role for our world today. This paper will describe him, his contributions to the chemistry field, the hardships he had to go through during his career as a chemist and the contradictions of his inventions. Fritz Haber was born into one of the oldest families of Breslau, Germany (now part of Poland) on December 9, 1868. Sadly, his…

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  • John Thompson And John Dalton: The First Atomic Model

    The first atomic model was introduced by an English chemist, physicist, and meteorologist named John Dalton. John Dalton had reintroduced the idea of the atom that had once been a theory of a Greek scientist named Democritus. However, unlike Democritus, Dalton was able to prove the existence of atoms. Through many experiments, Dalton came up with a list of properties, that he thought, all atoms shared. Each element is composed of atoms Atoms are tiny, featureless spheres All atoms of same…

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  • Ultrafast Electron Microscopy Analysis

    Ultrafast Electron Microscopy has been demonstrated to be an effective table-top technique for imaging the temporally-evolving dynamics of matter with subparticle spatial resolution on the time scale of atomic motion. A stringent enhancement of the UEM temporal resolution is demanded for recording snapshots of the electron motion which will provide a real-time access to all microscopic motions outside the atomic core and radically change our insight into the workings of the microcosm. Here, we…

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  • J. J Thomson: The Discovery Of Atoms

    J.J Thomson was born in Cheetham Hill, a suburban area in Manchester, England on December 18, 1856. Thomson was a Nobel Prize winning physicist with his research that helped discover the electrons of an atom. J.J Thomson full name was Joseph John Thomson, He was an English physicist and mathematician. Joseph Thomson was considered to be a prodigy at his time, becoming the first to be 14 and attending college. Joseph Thomson’s father was a book seller who intended Thomson to become an engineer.…

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  • Kinetic And Potential Energy

    INTRODUCTION • Energy is a scalar quantity. • It was first hypothesized by Newton to express kinetic and potential energies. • We cannot observe energy directly, but we can measure it using indirect methods and analyze its value. • Energy may be in different forms, such as potential, kinetic, magnetic or electrical. Potential energy of a system is by virtue of its location with respect to gravitational field. If an object has a mass m, located at elevation h, and acceleration due to gravity is g…

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  • Case Study: Transition Metal Complexs Of The Macrocyclic

    Results and dissection 3.1 Transition metal complexes of the macrocyclic, H6L Ligand 3.1.1 The macrocyclic, H6L Ligand The physical and analytical data of the macrocyclic, H6L ligand and its transition metal complexes were shown in Table 1. From the investigation, the expected structure of H6L with its possible toutomeric forms can be represented as shown in Figure 1. H6L ligand is highly symmetric under the point group C2v symmetry and can show all the normal modes of vibrations by solving…

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  • Cultural Capital And One's Theory Of Pierre Bourdieu

    Pierre Bourdieu was born on 1 August 1930 in Denguin, France. He attained a degree in philosophy and was also the gold medalist of the National Centre for Scientific Research. Throughout his life, he contributed to various areas of discussions and involvements that include art and culture, education, language and methodology (Grenfell 2012:12-14). Bourdieu was also influenced by Karl Marx and adapted his theories to elaborate further on capital in regards to class divisions. Similar to Marx,…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantage Of Electron Spectroscopy

    An electron vacancy is created and is further filled by an electron from the higher shell and thus an X-ray is emitted to balance the difference in energy between the two electrons. The detector placed on the energy dispersive spectroscope apparatus measures the number of emitted X-rays and their energies. Energy of the X-ray is characteristics of the element from which X-ray is emitted. A spectrum of the relative counts of the detected X-rays is obtained and evaluated for quantitative…

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