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A video that demonstrates the process for cooling atoms launches a journey to comprehend physics. After watching the video, class members answer multiple-choice and short-answer questions to prepare for a whole-class discussion of the applications.
- Discuss the 2013 findings of something colder than absolute zero and how something can be negative Kelvin and simultaneously hotter than infinity
- Learn more about the scientists who won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1997
- Relies on understanding of atoms, temperature, the Kelvin scale, lasers, and Bose-Einstein condensate
- Offers subtitles in nine languages to assist with understanding
- Provides links to articles, websites, and activities to better understand the concept discussed
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