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Anyone know a NJ nuclear chemist/physicist

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Conde
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Dec3-12, 10:00 AM
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Hi! I teach 11th grade chemistry and 12th grade physics and I would be thrilled if a person that works with atoms could speak to my classes. I teach a private school in central NJ. Thanks
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aroc91
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Dec3-12, 01:09 PM
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I would get in contact with a nearby college or university.
Conde
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Dec3-12, 05:19 PM
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Thanks for your reply. How exactly would you go about finding someone that worked with atoms from a college?

aroc91
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Dec3-12, 09:41 PM
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Anyone know a NJ nuclear chemist/physicist

Check the physics department faculty page of their website? Their contact information should be listed.
Astronuc
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Dec3-12, 10:44 PM
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Thanks for your reply. How exactly would you go about finding someone that worked with atoms from a college?
Somebody doing ion implantation, whether a physicist or material scientist/engineer would certainly be one who 'works' with atoms.

For example, at Rutgers - http://lsm.rutgers.edu/
http://lsm.rutgers.edu/about.shtml

At Princeton -
http://www.princeton.edu/physics/res...er-experiment/
or http://www.princeton.edu/physics/res...tomic-physics/

or contact the physics department - http://www.princeton.edu/physics/index.xml


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