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Experimental nuclear and particle physicist. These days I'm teaching, but I've spent a lot of time on nucleon structure in fixed target electron scattering and neutrino oscillations using reactors and beam sources.

Been reading Zemansky & Dittman's book on thermodynamics recently. Quote: ``The concept of temperature is rich in interpretations and levels of abstraction.'' Nice.


May
16
answered Would passing horizontally polarized light through a varying width vertical slit allow you to measure the amplitude of light?
May
13
answered Is electrons ability to produce mechanical motion considered the only reason for it to be material particle?
May
12
answered Is there evidence to support that the Earth has a molten core?
May
11
answered Does lithium-6 “decay” when hit by a neutron?
May
11
answered What is nuclide notation referring to? Only the nucleus or the whole atom?
May
10
answered What does excitation in an atom mean?
May
9
answered Ambiguity with reaction equations
May
8
answered What does “interact via strong force” mean?
May
7
answered Why is the strong nuclear force > electrostatic repulsion?
May
7
answered Conserved quantities in an angular system
May
5
answered What happens when an anti-proton and an electron collide with each other?
May
5
answered Do the electric and magnetic components of an electromagnetic wave really generate each other?
May
5
answered Faraday and Lenz's laws
May
5
answered What is the property of neutrino?
May
5
answered Conceptual explanation of the Single particle partition function
May
4
answered 2nd law of thermodynamics - thought experiment
May
4
answered Alternatives to the neutrino in the beta spectrum?
May
2
answered Will 1 gram of matter moving at relativistic speeds completely annihilate a larger quantity of stationary antimatter?
Apr
30
answered Why is $c_p$ higher than $c_v$?
Apr
30
answered How do we measure mass?