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The Mechanical universe-- and beyond. / Part II, Beyond the mechanical universe, programs 47-52

Autor: David L Goodstein; California Institute of Technology.; Southern California Consortium for Community College Television.; Annenberg/CPB.; Mechanical universe (Television program)
Editora: S. Burlington, VT : Annenberg/CPB, 2003.
Edição/Formato   Vídeo em DVD : Inglês
Base de Dados:WorldCat
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Program 47 illustrates the genius of Carnot and the second law of thermodynamics. Discusses the implications of Carnot's theory in defining the behavior of matter and the flow of time throughout the universe. Program 48 deals with the discovery that, under the right conditions of temperature and pressure, all elements can exist in each of the basic states of matter. Program 49 explores the history of the atom from  Ler mais...
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Gênero/Forma: History
Pessoa Denominada: J J Thomson; Ernest Rutherford; Ernest Rutherford; J J Thomson
Tipo de Material: Gravação de vídeo
Tipo de Documento: Material visual
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: David L Goodstein; California Institute of Technology.; Southern California Consortium for Community College Television.; Annenberg/CPB.; Mechanical universe (Television program)
Número OCLC: 54833130
Notas: An Annenberg/CPB project.
Pt. of a two-semester television course.
Videodisc release of the original television program: The mechanical universe.
Créditos: Animated graphics, Jim Blinn ; story editor, Jack Arnold ; consultants, Dave A. Campbell, Judith Goodstein.
Executor(es): Host, David Goodstein.
Público Alvo: College students and adults.
Descrição: 1 videodic (180 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Detalhes: DVD.
Conteúdos: Entropy (30 min.) --
Low temperatures (30 min.) --
The atom (30 min.) --
Particles and waves (30 min.) --
From atoms to quarks (30 min.) --
The quantum mechanical universe (30 min.).
Outros Títulos: Beyond the mechanical universe.
Entropy.
Low temperatures.
Atom.
Particles and waves.
From atoms to quarks.
Quantum mechanical universe.
Responsabilidade: California Institute of Technology and the Southern California Consortium ; producer and director, Peter Buffa.

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Program 47 illustrates the genius of Carnot and the second law of thermodynamics. Discusses the implications of Carnot's theory in defining the behavior of matter and the flow of time throughout the universe. Program 48 deals with the discovery that, under the right conditions of temperature and pressure, all elements can exist in each of the basic states of matter. Program 49 explores the history of the atom from the ancient Greeks to the early twentieth century. Includes the discoveries of J.J. Thomson and Ernest Rutherford and their impact on the field of physics. Program 50 focuses on the discovery that light can sometimes act like a particle and from this discovery the development of the new physics, quantum mechanics. Program 51 discusses how electron waves confined by electric attraction to the nucleus helped resolve the dilemma of the atom and accounted for the periodic table of the elements. The program goes on to relate that nucleons obey a kind of periodic table and that this discovery lead to the idea of quarks. Program 52 reviews the previous programs in the course and takes a look into the future. Uses computer animation sequences, historical reenactments, and close-up photography of experiments.

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