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University of Chicago, Department of Physics
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Students measure total cross sections for several gamma energies for aluminum, iron and lead.
  
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V. Bistrow
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Students use NaI/PMT gamma detectors to gather spectra of several radioactive sources. The full-enrgy peak, Compton edge, Compton shelf and backscatter peaks are identified. The…
Particle Physics with Low Cost SiPM Based Detectors  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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B. Fadem
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B. Fadem, 2018 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College (2018).
Muon counting experiments provide students with an opportunity to learn about particle detection in high energy physics, detector design/construction, electronics, coincidence…
Muon Decay Experiment  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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T. Struble and L. Neukirch
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T. Struble and L. Neukirch, 2011 AAPT Summer Meeting - Workshop 35: Advanced Labs (2011).
An experiment to measure the mean lifetime of the muon. It was developed as an outreach activity of the Cosmic Ray Observation Project (CROP) at The University of Nebraska. CROP is a…
  
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Publisher: Annenberg Foundation
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This is a free online course aimed at secondary teachers and adult learners. It includes 3 components: written text arranged in units, short video segments, and interactive web…
  
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Editor: D. Hudek
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The purpose of this experiment is to determine the mean lifetime of the muon. A muon is a weakly interacting particle similar to an electron but differing in lepton number and mass…