Conceptual Physics Alive: Atoms

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Arbor Scientific

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Master teacher Paul Hewitt describes Bohr's atomic model with an emphasis on the smallness, emptiness, and plentifulness of atoms.

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Conceptual Physics Alive: Atoms includes a digital video and questions set with answers.

Observe Paul Hewitt teach in a classroom with real students, using engaging demonstrations and artwork. In this video, Bohr's atomic model is described, with emphasis on the smallness, emptiness, and plentifulness of atoms. Atomic number, atomic mass, relative atomic sizes, and the wave properties of matter are also discussed. Segment length: 43 minutes

Atoms Includes:

  • Discussion of smashing boulder into smaller and smaller units, to the atom.
  • Periodic table of the elements.
  • Diagram and description of hydrogen atom.
  • Consequences of the smallness of helium and fluorine.
  • Diagram and description of various atoms.
  • Empty space of atoms.
  • Neutrinos and their incidence upon us.
  • Notion of touching at atomic level.
  • Appearance of atoms.
  • Analogy of water diffraction to diffraction of light waves.
  • Electron microscopes and tunneling microscopes.
  • Brownian motion.
  • Comparison of atomic size to humans and the sun.
  • Comparison of atomic size to apples and the world.
  • Perpetual motion of atoms.
  • Ink drop in water, and spreading of atoms.
  • Columbus' glass of water in the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Breath of air and its diffusion.
  • Comparison of the number of people in the world and the number of atoms in your lungs at any moment.
  • Atoms that make up your body are composed of atoms that have been part of others who preceded you.

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