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70 resources with the concept quantum mechanics

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New Results! Cosmic Quantum Bell Test

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
The topic of eliminating bias occurs in all branches of science. As part of a larger series on physics, an interesting video introduces viewers to one way quantum physicists approached this issue. She explains the problem with quantum...
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The Ultraviolet Catastrophe

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
What do scientists do when their observations don't match the theory? An interesting video introduces the ultraviolet catastrophe as part of a larger series covering physics concepts. Starting with ultraviolet light and ending with...
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Lasers

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Laser is actual an acronym that stands for Light Amplification by the Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Scholars use the simulator to create their own lasers. They pump a chamber with a photon beam and manage the states of energy in...
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Models of the Hydrogen Atom

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
An engaging simulation encourages scholars to discover if the Bohr model of an atom is correct. They shoot light at a hydrogen atom in various conditions to see which of the many models is plausible or inadequate. 
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What Is Fire?

For Students 5th - 12th
Brief, but brilliant, this little animation investigates the properties of fire. From its color and recipe, to the shape of a flame, find out what you always wanted to know about fire. This makes an enlightening addition to your physical...
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Can a Black Hole Be Destroyed?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
The destructive power of black holes is enough to give any astrophysicist nightmares. No wonder the question arises as to whether a black hole can be destroyed. The narrator of a theoretical video explores the possibilities.
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What's the Hottest Hot and Coldest Cold?

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
When temperatures get extreme, physics gets a little weird! Show physics scholars the lowest man-made temperature to date, as well as the extreme heat of the Big Bang using a video from an extensive playlist. The narrator explains some...
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This Crystal Can Split Light Particles

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Can photons be split? It appears that way! Observe as one photon becomes two during a video from an informative physics playlist. The resource examines the nature of photons, how the crystals can help increase or decrease the number of...
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What in the World Is Topological Quantum Matter?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Time to expand your thinking! A video lesson begins with an explanation of topology and its application to new technology. The narrator shares examples of electron transfer of electricity and data storage in computers.
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Galaxies From Nothing

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Space can never be truly empty because fields occupy the seemingly empty space. Another installment of the Veritasium playlist attempts to explain the science of the creation of the galaxies. By referencing the quantum fluctuations, the...
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The Best and Worst Prediction in Science

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
To use or not use virtual particles—how will your class decide? An episode of the Veritasium playlist explains the controversy of using virtual particles. Although referencing particles seem useful, their behavior is much different than...
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Is This What Quantum Mechanics Looks Like?

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
How can oil and a speaker help us understand quantum mechanics? An episode of the Veritasium playlist demonstrates the movement of silicone oil droplets on a speaker. The wave motion of the particles seems to mimic the behavior and...
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Can We Really Touch Anything?

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
When we touch something, what actually happens? Young physicists get in depth with electrons in a video from Veritasium. The narrator first explains the intricate interactions that occur at the subatomic level before answering a variety...
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PS4C - Information Technologies and Instrumentation

For Teachers K - 12th Standards
It's time to get technical! Technical doesn't have to be tricky, though—even in the lower grades. A short video discussing standard PS4C, Information Technologies and Instrumentation, leads you through the surprisingly simple side of...
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Quantum Mechanics—Part 2: Crash Course Physics #44

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Introduce your classes to the famous Schrodinger's cat. An episode of a Crash Course physics playlist continues a discussion of quantum mechanics. Topics include Schrodinger's equation, the probability density function, and the...
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Will We Ever Be Able To Teleport?

For Students 11th - Higher Ed
Quantium entanglement? The Uncertainty Principle? A cubit of data? Spooky Action at a Distance? How do these terms figure in an answer to the question of whether or not it will ever be possible to teleport? A short video provides all the...
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Deep Time

For Students 9th - Higher Ed
Are our universe's days numbered? Yes and no, depending on how you look at it. Travel as far into the future as possible in a video describing the five ages of the universe. The narrator begins the tale in current days, which are the...
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White Dwarfs and Planetary Nebulae

For Students 6th - 12th
Like a phoenix, planetary nebulae rise from the ashes of a star's demise. Young science scholars view stars in the white dwarf phase and the planetaries that sometimes occur in the aftermath. The video explains the composition of...
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A Polarizing Discovery About the Big Bang!

For Students 9th - 12th
The Big Bang just got bigger! Learners explore the early universe in a short, animated video. The narrator guides viewers through the revelation that photons polarized by masses of plasma travel through space to bring us a...
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What is Touch?

For Students 9th - 12th
Share a touching moment with your physics class! Discover the nature of touch in an animated video. Scholars learn what actually happens at the subatomic level when they sit in a chair. The narrator also examines the relationship between...
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The Higgs Boson, Part II: What is Mass?

For Students 9th - 12th
If you're reading this, thank the Higgs field! The second video in a series of three describes how matter is given mass via the Higgs field. Pupils discover the difference between particles with and without mass and how they interact...
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Atomic Colors

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Stars are too hot to visit, so how do we know what different stars are made of? An enlightening simulation uses a spectrum graph to show the various electron emission and absorption reactions. Scholars experiment with both helium and...
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What is the Wave/Particle Duality? Part 1

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Einstein rejected the idea of wave/particle duality, yet now we believe the concept to be true. A short video explains the properties of waves, particles, and the behavior of electrons, which act as both. The film concludes with some...
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What is the Uncertainty Principle?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
What is the Uncertainty Principle? A succinct video describes the uncertainty principle as wave behavior.