Tag: nuclear physics

Physics News of the Week: Magnets for Fusion and Higgs Factory Ambitions

Physics News of the Week: Magnets for Fusion and Higgs Factory Ambitions

| July 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Another week has passed and, as always, we review the top news stories. Here’s a summary of top 3 news stories with corresponding links. For more news, visit this link. Also, to subscribe for our email newsletter, sign up here. 1. IHEP in China Has Ambitions for Higgs Factory (Jul 23) Who will take the […]

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UCBerkeley: Nuclear Engineering 101

UCBerkeley: Nuclear Engineering 101

| November 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Here’s another great course from UC Berkeley. Nuclear Engineering 101 covers the basics of nuclear physics putting emphasis on applications. The topics covered, among others, include: nuclear reactions and radiation, energy and kinetics of nuclear reactions, fission and fusion, reactions of low energy neutrons, nuclear models and transition probabilities and interaction of radiation with matter. […]

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Physics 111

| July 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

This long playlist of 37 lectures from UC Berkeley contains a variety of basic physics lectures. The topics include: atomic physics, Brownian motion, x-rays, Compton scattering, lasers, Hall effect, optics and more. For more lectures visit our free physics lectures section or the video section. UCBerkeley | More lectures

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Nuclear Physics

| July 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

Here’s a 9 lecture course on the basics of nuclear physics. To support the creator of these lectures and to access the extra documents visit this link. freelanceteach | More  lecturesTopic list: Protons, neutrons, and electrons—mass and charge. Atomic mass units and elementary charge units. Mass number (A), atomic number (charge number, Z). Conventional symbolism for […]

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