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Particle Physics Alternative Renewable Energy

Updated on August 28, 2011
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JT Walters has a Master's of Science in Behavoralism from Florida State University. A former Campaign Manager in a Senate Race.

Particle Physics

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Particle Physics Experiment 36 Hours

Definition of Particle Physics:

It is odd because I have looked this up on line and I get different definitions but I will provide you with definition I am have been taught and then you can reference Google if you wish. Particle Physics is the study of the subatomic natural world in which Rhythm, movement and continual change are studied. Most commonly you will remember Michael Faraday’s work with Clerk Maxwell in the 1930’s which changed physics forever. Maxwell’s work resolved in the theory of electromagnetism and Faraday and Maxwell discovered that there was not an attraction between a negative and positive charged atom but that there was a “disturbance” which when present fields a force.



Components of Particle Physics.

It is odd because I have looked this up on line and I get different definitions but I will provide you with definition I am have been taught and then you can reference Google if you wish. Particle Physics is the study of the subatomic natural world in which Rhythm, movement and continual change are studied. Most commonly you will remember Michael Faraday’s work with Clerk Maxwell in the 1930’s which changed physics forever. Maxwell’s work resolved in the theory of electromagnetism and Faraday and Maxwell discovered that there was not an attraction between a negative and positive charged atom but that there was a “disturbance” which when present fields a force.

Components of Particle Physics.

There are three components of subatomic particles. These include:

Harrods:Which are comprised of baryons which are negative subatomic antiparticles and meson which are antiparticles.

Baryons include

1) Protons

2) Neutrons

3) Lambda

4) Sigma

5) Cascade

6) Omega

Meson include

1) pion

2) kaun

3) eta

Leptrons: Are made of Neutrino, Electron and Muon particles. They

have three specific qualities.

1) Atomic Nuclei

2) Electromagnetic Interaction

3) Gravitational Interaction

Quarks:

1) Quark

2) Antiquark

3) Values of Baryon -1/3

4) Values of Leptron = 0.

5) Study of Quantum Chromo dynamics

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In Summation

Brief layman’s outline of particle physics which was very much so missing from the television show Lost. I am citing Dirac. He attended my university. Please be mindful it is just a laymen’s explanation and it is much abbreviated for the Hub audience but onceHollywood got its hands on particle physics I thought perhaps a more responsible party should explain.


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      JT Walters 

      7 years ago from Florida

      It is a Hub about subatomic particles and their spin. It is relatively new as it is only about a hundred years old. I sat and read all the old disertations in graduate school. There are a lot of books on partilce physics and it is a new renewable energy source for us.

      Thanks for reading, taking the time to comment and providing feedback.

      All My Best,

      Jt

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      ruffridyer 

      7 years ago from Dayton, ohio

      Interesting hub, I just wish I understood it better,[or at all]

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      jt walters 

      7 years ago

      Thank you for taking the time to read, provide a comment and give feedback.

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      Angelique Loux 

      7 years ago from Ohio

      Very useful!!! great hub!!

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