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Quantum Theory Timeline
Albert Einstein, one of the few scientists to take Planck's ideas seriously, proposes a quantum of light (the photon) which behaves like a particle. ...
Quantum Theory Timeline
Max Born gives a probability interpretation of quantum mechanics. ... Hideki Yukawa combines relativity and quantum theory to describe nuclear interactions ...
Quantum Theory Timeline
Niels Bohr succeeds in constructing a theory of atomic structure based on quantum ideas. 1919. Ernest Rutherford finds the first evidence for a proton. ...
- [ Translate this page ]Son las responsables del hecho que todos los quarks y leptones más masivos, decaen para producir quarks y leptones más livianos. ...
The Particle Adventure | Particle decays and annihiliations | If ...
This idea that "if it can happen, it will happen!" is fundamental to quantum mechanics. For some atoms there is a certain probability that it will undergo ...
Weak interactions are responsible for the decay of massive quarks and leptons into lighter quarks and leptons. When fundamental particles decay, ...
La Aventura de las Partículas
- [ Translate this page ]Tutorial acerca del modelo estándar de la física de partículas, su historia, sus evidencias experimentales, sus logros y sus defectos.
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The Particle Adventure
An award-winning site from the Particle Data Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Labs. "A tour of the inner workings of the atom."
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