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PICTURE DIARY OF AGGIES  FROM BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LABORATORY JUNE 6-30 2004

DOING PHYSICS AND LEARNING PHYSICS IS OUR JOB

Planning


Thin Film Evaoporation


 
 
 

Rate monitor

Germanium or Gold Target:  The glow comes from the heaated tungsten filament, the temperature can reach as high as 1500 C

Cooling the target to measure its conductivity as a function of temperature. Here liquid nitrogen was used. It is at -200 C.



Ms. Tanina Bradley (Graduate Student) and Mr,, Chris Jessemy (Junior).  Both Physics Majors taking data

Tanina and Kebede examining the data while colleting

THIS IS REALLY FUNNY: THE LITTLE DONKEY IS ON HIS MAGIC MAT MADE OF A SUPERCONDUCTOR.
THE MAGIC MAT IS FLOATING ON TOP OF THE MAGNET LOCATED JUST BELOW IT.