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i-see-people-as-nucleus-great-idea-that-hasnt-come-to-be-yet-richard-pryor
theres-always-room-for-improvement-we-have-nucleus-thats-pretty-good-you-want-players-that-will-help
a-cell-is-complex-structure-with-its-investing-membrane-nucleus-nucleolus-charles-darwin
in-your-cells-right-now-enzyme-is-making-copy-your-dna-in-less-than-two-hours-right-in-nucleus-hugh-martin
i-could-not-undertake-to-form-nucleus-institution-for-development-infant-minds-where-none-already-existed-it-would-be-too-cruel-henry-david-thoreau
reality-n-the-dream-mad-philosopher-that-which-would-remain-in-cupel-if-one-should-assay-phantom-the-nucleus-vacuum-ambrose-bierce
to-demonstrate-this-simultaneity-is-by-no-means-trivial-because-it-may-for-example-happen-that-product-nucleus-always-forms-in-activated-state-at-walther-bothe
the-most-terrifying-thing-i-can-think-is-being-alone-i-mean-utterly-alone-like-no-one-else-in-world-alone-at-night-thats-nucleus-first-story-in-my-collection-its-also-where-title
plant-the-seed-of-desire-in-your-mind-and-it-forms-a-nucleus-with-power-to-attract-to-itself-everything-needed-for-its-fulfillment
the-nucleus-has-to-take-care-inheritance-heritable-characters-while-surrounding-cytoplasm-is-concerned-with-accommodation-adaptation-to-ernst-haeckel
red-raw-like-my-brain-unable-to-shut-down-thoughts-crashing-like-electrons-orbiting-nucleus-deuling-emotions-ellen-hopkins
a-truly-great-university-is-nucleus-artistic-expression-it-fosters-creative-critical-thought-serves-as-platform-for-civil-discourse-gordon-gee
it-is-i-claim-nonsense-to-say-that-it-does-not-matter-which-individual-man-acted-as-nucleus-for-change-it-is-precisely-this-that-makes-history-unpredictable-into-future
in-particular-i-established-reasonably-accurate-energy-threshold-for-permanent-displacement-nucleus-from-its-regular-lattice-position-substantially-smaller-than-had-been-previous
the-action-mind-thought-plants-that-nucleus-which-if-allowed-to-grow-undisturbed-will-eventually-attract-to-itself-all-conditions-necessary-for-its-thomas-troward
im-glue-that-keeps-it-all-together-im-nucleus-entertainment-family-my-daytoday-is-making-decisions-to-keep-life-above-water-jada-pinkett-smith
who-can-object-to-monopoly-when-any-new-company-if-it-is-built-around-scientific-nucleus-can-create-new-monopoly-its-own-by-creating-wholly-new-edwin-land
we-had-built-up-team-in-edmonton-that-really-knew-who-each-other-was-from-personal-standpoint-from-professional-standpoint-our-nucleus-had-stayed-together-for-long-time
there-is-in-us-lyric-germ-nucleus-which-deserves-respect-it-bids-man-to-ponder-create-in-this-dim-corner-himself-he-can-take-refuge-find-consolations-which-society-his-fellow-cre
within-one-year-starting-work-i-had-found-that-nucleus-endoderm-cell-from-advanced-tadpole-was-able-to-yield-some-normal-development-up-to-nuclear-transplant-tadpole-stage
in-this-case-particle-formed-has-correspondingly-less-energy-whereas-product-nucleus-passes-into-ground-state-with-emission-quantity-energy-saved-as-gamma-radiation
3ho-is-family-healthy-happy-holy-people-do-you-understand-word-family-if-under-all-longitudes-latitudes-we-keep-our-nucleus-together-that-is-harbhajan-singh-yogi
hot-winds-death-sweeping-earth-death-grows-inside-nucleus-fire-there-is-mad-man-that-lives-in-wind-speaking-only-when-end-time-is-nea-katechon
it-is-important-to-emphasize-that-guerrilla-warfare-is-war-masses-war-people-the-guerrilla-band-is-armed-nucleus-fighting-vanguard-people-it-draws-its-great-force-from-mass-peopl
If we ascribe the ejection of the proton to a Compton recoil from a quantum of 52 x 106 electron volts, then the nitrogen recoil atom arising by a similar process should have an energy not greater than about 400, 000 volts, should produce not more than about 10, 000 ions, and have a range in the air at N.T.P. of about 1-3mm. Actually, some of the recoil atoms in nitrogen produce at least 30, 000 ions. In collaboration with Dr. Feather, I have observed the recoil atoms in an expansion chamber, and their range, estimated visually, was sometimes as much as 3mm. at N.T.P. These results, and others I have obtained in the course of the work, are very difficult to explain on the assumption that the radiation from beryllium is a quantum radiation, if energy and momentum are to be conserved in the collisions. The difficulties disappear, however, if it be assumed that the radiation consists of particles of mass 1 and charge 0, or neutrons. The capture of the a-particle by the Be9 nucleus may be supposed to result in the formation of a C12 nucleus and the emission of the neutron. From the energy relations of this process the velocity of the neutron emitted in the forward direction may well be about 3 x 109 cm. per sec. The collisions of this neutron with the atoms through which it passes give rise to the recoil atoms, and the observed energies of the recoil atoms are in fair agreement with this view. Moreover, I have observed that the protons ejected from hydrogen by the radiation emitted in the opposite direction to that of the exciting a-particle appear to have a much smaller range than those ejected by the forward radiation. This again receives a simple explanation on the neutron hypothesis.

James Chadwick
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the-manifesto-being-our-joint-production-i-consider-myself-bound-to-state-that-fundamental-proposition-which-forms-its-nucleus-belongs-to-marx-that-proposition-is-that-in-every-h
Electrons, when they were first discovered, behaved exactly like particles or bullets, very simply. Further research showed, from electron diffraction experiments for example, that they behaved like waves. As time went on there was a growing confusion about how these things really behaved - waves or particles, particles or waves? Everything looked like both. This growing confusion was resolved in 1925 or 1926 with the advent of the correct equations for quantum mechanics. Now we know how the electrons and light behave. But what can I call it? If I say they behave like particles I give the wrong impression; also if I say they behave like waves. They behave in their own inimitable way, which technically could be called a quantum mechanical way. They behave in a way that is like nothing that you have seen before. Your experience with things that you have seen before is incomplete. The behavior of things on a very tiny scale is simply different. An atom does not behave like a weight hanging on a spring and oscillating. Nor does it behave like a miniature representation of the solar system with little planets going around in orbits. Nor does it appear to be somewhat like a cloud or fog of some sort surrounding the nucleus. It behaves like nothing you have seen before. There is one simplication at least. Electrons behave in this respect in exactly the same way as photons; they are both screwy, but in exactly in the same way... The difficulty really is psychological and exists in the perpetual torment that results from your saying to yourself, "But how can it be like that?" which is a reflection of uncontrolled but utterly vain desire to see it in terms of something familiar. I will not describe it in terms of an analogy with something familiar; I will simply describe it. There was a time when the newspapers said that only twelve men understood the theory of relativity. I do not believe there ever was such a time. There might have been a time when only one man did, because he was the only guy who caught on, before he wrote his paper. But after people read the paper a lot of people understood the theory of relativity in some way or other, certainly more than twelve. On the other hand, I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics. So do not take the lecture too seriously, feeling that you really have to understand in terms of some model what I am going to describe, but just relax and enjoy it. I am going to tell you what nature behaves like. If you will simply admit that maybe she does behave like this, you will find her a delightful, entrancing thing. Do not keep saying to yourself, if you can possible avoid it, "But how can it be like that?" because you will get 'down the drain', into a blind alley from which nobody has escaped. Nobody knows how it can be like that.

Richard Feynman
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