# 'Einstein' presentation slideshows

## Energy

Energy. What is Energy. From Merriam Webster: Energy: The capacity for doing work (or to produce heat ) What are some forms/types of energy? 1. Energy of motion (kinetic energy)  2. Heat 3. Electricity 

By jana
(568 views)

## Solving the ‘Einstein” puzzle

Solving the ‘Einstein” puzzle. Carol Mullen MST Summer Program 2006 Daemen College.

By Mia_John
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## Slide show Notes_06: Relativistic Doppler Effect

Slide show Notes_06.ppt: Relativistic Doppler Effect . You have learned about the Doppler Effect (DE) in Physics 212, right? Perhaps even earlier, at high school, or from your own reading – because DE plays such an important role in our life (e.g., police uses DE to catch speed

By andrew
(305 views)

## Black Holes

Black Holes. Formation Spacetime Curved spacetime Event horizon Seeing black holes. Demo: 1L10.50 - Gravity Well - Black Hole. A more massive neutron star has. A smaller radius A larger radius Radius is independent of mass No radius. Mass versus radius for a neutron star.

By palmer
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## Measuring Planck’s Constant Using Light Emitting Diodes (LED’s)

Measuring Planck’s Constant Using Light Emitting Diodes (LED’s). Department of Physics and Astronomy Youngstown State University Dr. Michael Crescimanno Snowflake Kicovic . Purpose.

By fergus
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## 5. Quantum Theory

5. Quantum Theory. 5.0. Wave Mechanics 5.1. The Hilbert Space of State Vectors 5.2. Operators and Observable Quantities 5.3. Spacetime Translations and Properties of Operators 5.4. Quantization of a Classical System 5.5. An Example: the One-Dimensional Harmonic Oscillator.

By erol
(313 views)

## THE FUTURE OF PHYSICS

THE FUTURE OF PHYSICS. DAVID GROSS FERMILAB October 19, 2005. & The 2004 Nobel Prize in Physics. On October 7, 2004 the KITP celebrated:. 25 years of the Institute for Theoretical Physics. The inauguration of the new wing of the KITP. The “ Future of Physics ” conference.

By selene
(176 views)

## Unveiling the Special Theory of Relativity

Unveiling the Special Theory of Relativity. Sri Bhabani Shankar Panigrahy Department of Physics, KHEMUNDI COLLEGE; DIGAPAHANDI. Introduction. In 1905, Albert Einstein changed our perception of the world forever. He published the paper "On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies".

By JasminFlorian
(698 views)

radioactive decay. berçin cemre murat z. fundamental particles. electron proton neutron. ?. fundamental particles. leptons. one of the families of fundamental particles first generation leptons: electrons and neutrinos; their anti-particles: positrons and antineutrinos

By india
(418 views)

## Simulations of Binary Black Hole Coalescence

Simulations of Binary Black Hole Coalescence. Frans Pretorius Princeton University University of Maryland Physics Colloquium May 8, 2007 . Outline. Why study binary black hole systems?

By waite
(108 views)

## The Manhattan Project

The Manhattan Project. How it Began. Started by FDR in 1939 in response to Germany’s nuclear arms production (Einstein’s letter). FDR’s Motive: Wanted beat Hitler to having the bomb. Einstein and Szilard. How it Works.

By gisela
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## Development Education and Research and Development ethics

Development Education and Research and Development ethics . Carol Healy Carol.healy@nuigalway.ie Development Education and Research Network, NUI Galway www.nuigalway.ie/dern. Synopsis. Meanings of development Key ethical themes The ethical turn in development

By hue
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## Orbital Precession of Mercury

Orbital Precession of Mercury. A little background. Mercury’s orbit rotates 5600 arc seconds per century, but 43 arc seconds per century was unaccounted for Newtonian physics couldn’t explain the extra precession Einstein’s General Relativity to the rescue. How he did it.

By nemo
(175 views)

## Electronic Structure of Atoms

Electronic Structure of Atoms. In this chapter we will explore, the quantum theory and its importance in the study of chemistry. We will look more closely at the nature of light and how our study of light has changed the quantum theory to explain how electrons are arranged in an atom.

By tanaya
(159 views)

## Magnetic Field

Magnetic Field. Magnetic field Magnetic force. Magnetic Field. Theories in Physics. Classical Mechanics. Thermodynamics. Electromagnetic. Relativity. Quantum Mechanics. Theories in Physics. Relativity. Quantum Electrodynamics. Classical Mechanics. Electromagnetic. Quantum Mechanics.

By eldon
(175 views)

## Time in the Physical Universe: From antiquity to Einstein and beyond

Time in the Physical Universe: From antiquity to Einstein and beyond. Abhay Ashtekar Center for Gravitational Physics and Geometry. Evolution of the Notion of Time. Ancient Traditions Newton’s Masterpiece: Principia Einstein’s Insight: Special Relativity

By fonda
(181 views)

## Big Bang Theory

Big Bang Theory. The Big Bang Theory is the dominant scientific theory about the origin of the Universe. According to the theory, the Universe was created sometime between 10 billion and 20 billion years ago from a cosmic expansion that continues to spread matter in all directions.

By elin
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## Philosophische Aussagen der Quantenmechanik

Philosophische Aussagen der Quantenmechanik. Doppelspaltversuch mit einzelnen Elektronen. Doppelspaltversuch mit einzelnen Elektronen. 8 Elektronen. 270 Elektronen. 2000 Elektronen. 60 000 Elektronen. Schrödingers Katze. Schrödingers Katze. Schrödingers Katze. Schrödingers Katze.

By sloan
(160 views)

## Constraints on Hypercomputation

Constraints on Hypercomputation. Greg Michaelson 1 & Paul Cockshott 2 1 HeriotWatt University, 2 University of Glasgow. Church-Turing Thesis. effective calculability

By alena
(181 views)

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