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Nuclear Physics Simulation Homework
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|Authors||Kathy Perkins, Carl Wieman|
|School / Organization||University of Colorado|
|Title||Nuclear Physics Simulation Homework|
|Keywords||nuclear, physics, sim, simulation, homework, chain reaction, u235, uranium, homework, phys 1020, 1020|
|Description||This is a single multiple-part problem from CU Boulder's PHYS1020 curriculum revolving around nuclear physics. Only part c) calls for the use of the Nuclear Fission simulation. This activity was developed in 2003 before most of our research with PhET interviews and before we developed the Inquiry Guidelines. Therefore, the lessons are more directed then we would now recommend. Also, this activity was used in a course with very large enrollment (200+), so many questions are constrained to being multiple choice or numeric for computer grading. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are a teacher and would like a solution key.|
|Level||High School, Undergraduate - Intro|
|Science as Inquiry - A|
|Physical Science - B|
|Life Science - C|
|Earth & Space Science - D|
|Science & Technology - E|
|Science in Personal and Social Perspective - F|
|History and Nature of Science - G|
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What do you think about this activity? How did you use it or change it for your class? Professionally constructive comments welcome.
- When this activity was written, the simulation was called Nuclear Physics. Since then the simulation was divided into 2 simulations: Alpha Decay and Nuclear Fission 08/10/09 Trish Loeblein
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