Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Sci-hi. Physical science|
|LC Classifications||QC173.36 .B39 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781410932440, 9781410932594|
|LC Control Number||2008030582|
Matter --Atoms and elements --Atomic structure --Structure makes a difference --Atoms combine --States of matter --Properties of matter --New ideas about atoms. Series Title: Sci-hi. The visually stimulating 'Sci-Hi' books take learning science core curriculum to a whole new exciting level. Each title explores an area of life, physical, or earth science in . particle model The Particle Model of Matter Scientists find the particle model useful for two reasons. First, it provides a reasonable explanation for the behaviour of matter. Second, it presents a very important idea—the particles of matter are always moving. Matter that seems perfectly motionless is not motionless at all. The air you breathe, your books, your desk, and. They should mention something such as: The particle model of matter is a scientific theory which is used to explain how all matter (solids, liquids and gases) are made up .
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The Particle Explosion is a spectacular illustrated tour of the subatomic world, the first book to describe to the general reader how the study of basic particles over the last hundred years has led us closer to an understanding of the origins of the Universe. This journey to the heart of matter opens with an introduction to the basic particles (a subatomic "zoo" that includes quarks, electrons, leptons, 'strange' particles Cited by: Basic demonstration explaining the assumptions of the particle model, and how the model applies to states of matter and processes such as . From the first attempts to split the atom to the discovery of the top quark, the 20th century has witnessed a revolution in basic physics. Probing successively smaller constituents of matter has also revealed the conditions present at the time of the Big Bang. In a series of essays by scientists who have been closely involved in this exciting research, The Particle Century describes the 5/5(1). The Whole of AQA - PARTICLE MODEL OF MATTER. GCSE Physics Combined Science Revision. Topic 3 for P1 Science and Maths by Primrose Kitten. Visit my website for e-books.