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Publisher: Public Broadcasting Service
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This PBS Newshour page post a description of the surprising properties of the neutrino, and an explanation of how they are detected. Also, the text explains how the study of…
  
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V. Noto; Publisher: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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See this site for a good general overview of nuclear science. Through descriptions and illustrations, you can explore nuclear structure, radioactivity, nuclear reactions, cosmic…
  
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Publisher: Particle Data Group
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Check out the award-winning Particle Adventure for a tour through the subatomic world. If you ever wondered what's inside an atom, and what's inside of that, take a look. This site…
  
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Division of Particles and Fields, American Physical Society
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Quarks Unbound catches the excitement of particle physics and explains why the field is so exciting and interesting. The site describes the search for the Higgs boson, neutrino…
  
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Publisher: American Physical Society
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Visit this site, from "Physical Review Focus," to learn about the 1932 discovery of the positive electron, or positron, the first particle of antimatter identified. You'll see how…
  
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L. Quigg and S. Pasero; Publisher: Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
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This particle physics activity from Fermilab lets you explore the quark structure of elementary particles. You'll match combinations of three quarks--up, down, strange, and…
  
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L. Quigg; Publisher: Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
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At this site, your challenge is to order various objects by size. Objects include the nucleus, the atom, an organ in the human body, subatomic particles, a molecule, and more. When…
  
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Publisher: D. Casper
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See this site an introduction to neutrinos--as you read this, about a hundred billion neutrinos are passing through your thumbnails each second, but they hardly interact with matter…
  
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Publisher: WGBH Educational Foundation
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Check out this NOVA site for an interview with the late astrophysicist John Bahcall, who produced a detailed theory of solar neutrino emission. In the interview he describes his…
  
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Publisher: A. McDonald
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At this site from the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory, you'll find an explanation of neutrinos and of the former discrepancy between theoretical models and solar neutrino data--known as…
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