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Physics & Astronomy | Home

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... relativity and quantum field. High Energy Physics Experimental searches for neutrino oscillations, nucleon decay, Higgs boson and Supersymmetric particles. Studies of neutrino interactions, top quark, gauge bosons, particles with charm, ...


Physics & Astronomy | Research

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... and quantum fluctuations of the vacuum. High Energy Experimental searches for neutrino oscillations, nucleon decay, Higgs boson and Supersymmetric particles. Studies of neut-rino interactions, top quark, gauge bosons, particles with charm, ...


Physics & Astronomy | Department News

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... deepest level currently achievable. In the summer of 2012, a new particle has been dis-covered, it is most likely the Higgs boson, a particle in some sense responsible for the fact that most of elementary particles have mass. The joint stay ...


Physics & Astronomy | Off-Site Physics Research Facilities

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... of two general-purpose detectors at the LHC. It will investigate a wide range of physics, including the search for the Higgs boson , extra dimensions , and particles that could make up dark matter . ATLAS will record sets of measurements ...


PHY-13 Introduction to Modern Physics, Fall 2004 - Tufts Open ...

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... the structure of atoms and molecules, the properties of solids, the particles that compose all matter - quarks, leptons and bosons - and the origin of the universe. Course Description The course covers principles and concepts of Special ...


PHY-13 Introduction to Modern Physics, Fall 2004 - Tufts Open ...

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... the structure of atoms and molecules, the properties of solids, the particles that compose all matter - quarks, leptons and bosons - and the origin of the universe. Course Description The course covers principles and concepts of Special ...


PHY-13 Introduction to Modern Physics, Fall 2004 - Tufts Open ...

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... and standing waves and energy levels Simple Harmonic Oscillator 2 identical particles Symmetrization and anti-symmetrization Bosons and fermions VI.Quantum theory of atoms (Chap.7,8) Hydrogen atom Spin and Magnetic moments - Stern-Gerlach ...


Microsoft Word - Exam 2 2004 Solutions.doc

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... So the last pair will be in the n=N/2 level. The last electron will thus have energy E=(N/2)2(h2/8mL2)=(h2/32m)(N/L)2. f. Bosons can all occupy the same energy state, so n=1 and E= (h2/8mL2). IV. a. 1s22s22p63s23p64s1 Note highest is in 4s ...


Microsoft Word - Exam 2 2003 Solutions.doc

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... state. The 3rd electron must go to the next highest level (2,1 or 1,2), giving 2x(h2/4mL2)+5(h2/8mL2) = 9(h2/8mL2). e. Bosons can all occupy th same energy state, so 3 E1,1= (3h2/4mL2). IV. a. 1s22s22p1 b. -Z2E0/n2 = 25x13.6/4 eV = 85.0 eV ...


Microsoft Word - Exam 2 2003.doc

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... and assume there are no interactions or forces among the electrons. e. What would the answer to (d) be if the electrons were bosons? 6 IV. Consider a Boron (5B) atom. a. What is its electron configuration (in the standard notation) in the ...


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