Dippin' Dot Solar Neutrinos
Dippin' Dot Neutrinos is a lesson plan for high school and college science students interested in exploring ghostlike particles called solar neutrinos coming from a star such as the sun. It addresses the law of conservation of mass and energy and the Solar Neutrino Problem in light of the standard solar model. For his extensive research with solar neutrinos, Dr. Raymond Davis, Jr. is honored for winning the Nobel Prize in Physics. With a fun activity, this serves well as a laboratory activity for the physics or chemistry classroom. By Kevin Manning
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