Lecture11 - Big Bang, Black ang, Holes No Holes, No Math...

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Big Bang, Black oles No Math Holes, No Math STR/PHYS 109 AS R/PHYS 09 Dr. David Toback Dr. Dav d oback ecture , 10 & 11 Physics We Need Topic 3: Quantum Mechanics and Atoms Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math 1 Lecture 9, 10 & 11
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Prep for Today (Is now due) – L11 Reading: BBHNM 8 BBBHNM 8 End-of-Chapter Quizzes: Chapters 2-6 eading questions: Reading questions: Two questions from Chapter 8 or ecommended reading recommended reading Paper 1: PR work was due today Physics We Need Topic 3: Quantum Mechanics and Atoms Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math 4 CPR work was due today
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Paper 1 Stuff – L11 Phase I: Done Submit on eLearning Phase II: Done Use Feedback to Revise ubmit to both CPR and Turnitin com Submit to both CPR and Turnitin.com Phase III: Due today Finish work in CPR Email me if you need an extension Physics We Need Topic 3: Quantum Mechanics and Atoms Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math 5
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So Far Topics 1.Light and Doppler Shifts Done 2.Gravity and General Relativity Done . tomic Physics and Quantum 3.Atomic Physics and Quantum Mechanics Now uclear Physics and Chemistry 4.Nuclear Physics and Chemistry 5.Temperature and Thermal Physics We Need Topic 3: Quantum Mechanics and Atoms Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math 8 Equilibrium
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Overview of the story Big things are made from LOTS of small things Small things: The Fundamental Building Blocks of Nature hat is the “stuff” in atoms What is the stuff in atoms ElectroMagnetism (electric charge) What holds electrons and protons together Quantum Mechanics This Lecture Why atoms form the way they do Electron in orbits Atoms absorbing and emitting photons (light) The Strong Force Keeps protons and neutrons together Different types of nuclei different types of atoms Next ecture Different atoms Different light… Nuclear Physics and Chemistry Different TYPES of Atoms Studying the Stars using their light Spectral lines of the atoms Lecture Physics We Need Topic 3: Quantum Mechanics and Atoms Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math 13 pf m Atomic “fingerprints” The light we see from the stars
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Only Orbits with Specific Wavelengths Work Lower Energy and closer to the ucleus nucleus Higher Energy nd further away and further away from the nucleus Physics We Need Topic 3: Quantum Mechanics and Atoms Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math 37
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Energy and Distance from The Nucleus Higher Energy and further away from the nucleus Lower nergy and Energy and closer to e nucleus Physics We Need Topic 3: Quantum Mechanics and Atoms Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math 38 the nucleus Only these levels are allowed!
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Quantum Mechanics and EM In General Relativity we found that it better to describe the “force” of is better to describe the force of gravity as the curvature of space-time How do we “better” describe ElectroMagnetism, especially with Quantum Mechanics?
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