Writing Assignment #1 The rectangular prism shaped eraser was attached to a piece of string 1 meter in length; I held the bottom of the string in my left hand and with the right hand at the center of the string, I began to swing it and above my head. It t
Deep Inelastic Scattering
Observation of Partons
Jets quarks & gluons
Measurement of R
Feynman Graphs of QFT
Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
Standard model vertices
Amplitudes and Probabilities
Running Coupling Constants
Review: Fundamental forces and particles
Accelerators and Detectors
Heavy Flavour physics
Beyond the Standard M
What are the
What are the forces
that control their
behaviour at the most
History of Constituents of Matter
In Nuclear Reactions momentum and mass-energy is
conserved for a closed system the total momentu
http:/www.rafimoor.com/english/GRE.htm (a bit over the top)
http:/www.hep.man.ac.uk/babarph/babarteach/teach/top.htm relativity start, whcih
Particles in the Standard Model
1 The Particles and their Properties.
There are two types of particles that are thought to be fundamental. That
is, they cannot be broken down into any smaller constituent particles.
Particles and interactions
Particle accelerators and detectors
Leptons and the standard model
Experimental evidence for the quark and standard model
Cosmology and strings
sample calculation - manufacturers resistance based on colour coding for 100 ohm resistor.
(first digit)(second digit) 10multiplier
1 (brown) 0 (black) x 1 (brown)
The fourth color is used to calculate the uncertainty in the resistance.
June 22nd, 2010
PHYS207 Summer 10 First Exam
This is a closed book exam. Notes and other memory aids are NOT permitted.
Make sure that you explain clearly and completely how you obtained your solutions. Include
definitions of any symbol
BOARD NOTES FOR PARTICLE PHYSICS UNIT:
Take-off point: Cosmic rays as detected by our detectors!
I. What are Cosmic rays (CRs) and where do they come from?
A. What constitutes cosmic rays? CRs are high energy subatomic particles that come from
space and c
Experimental Particle Physics
How small is small?
What are we trying to learn?
How we study particles?
What does Brigitte do all day?
lmentaire! Mon cher Watson.
Particle physicists seek to understand what are the fundamental
building blocs of Nat
A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO PARTICLE PHYSICS
Laboratory for Elementary Particle Physics
A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO PARTICLE PHYSICS.1
WHAT IS PARTICLE PHYSICS? .2
WHAT ABOUT THE NATURE OF OUR UNIVERSE? .6
SO HOW DO WE GET TO STUDY
Comparison of Astrophysics units
Option E: Astrophysics (2009)
E.1 Introduction to the Universe
The solar system and beyond
Outline the general structure of the Students should know that the planets orbit the Sun in ellipses and
The Ear and Hearing
1. Distinguish among the:
a) outer ear
pinna to ear drum
filled with air
b) middle ear
ear drum to oval window(cochlea)
filed with air
c) inner ear
cochlea (oval window to auditory
filled with fluid
AS-Level Revision Notes
AS Physics Revision Notes
Unit 3 Medical Physics
1. X-Rays are high-energy EM waves, with considerably shorter than light.
2. To produce X-Rays:
a. A filament is heated by a low voltage transformer, c
Physics of Hearing
There are two essential issues concerning the physics of hearing. Both involve understanding
subjective phenomena: loudness and "frequency response". We must distinguish between
loudness and intensity since intensity is a function purel
Accelerators & Detectors
Luminosity and cross-sections
Fixed target vs collider
linac vs circular
Detectors: fixed target, collider