Sunday, October 3, 2010

The Discovery of the Neutron

We have already talked about the discovery of the electron by J. J. Thompson.  However, today, we will be talking about the discovery of the neutron, by James Chadwick.  So I hope you're ready because this is quite the experiment.  Click on the link if you dare to proceed into the world where physics meets chemistry, but first, read what is below:  The Discovery of the Neutron
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All numbers in parentheses seen near or around something (not in circles, but rather parentheses) are denotations of footnotes.  The citations of these are at the end, in the slide entitled bibliography.