Handshake 2.0’s Web 2.0 Developer

"What a piece of work is a man! How noble in reason, how infinite in faculty…"
–William Shakespeare, Hamlet, Act II, Scene 2

From an e-mail from Handshake 2.0's Web 2.0 Developer, used with permission:

I made a computer model of the Rutherford experiment, which is explained quite nicely here.

The Rutherford scattering graph (.pdf) I sent you plots ten points, graphing the angle of deflection against the impact parameter, where the angle is measured in degrees and the impact parameter is measured in multiples of the nuclear radius.

Here is the URL to the Jing. I haven't watched it, and I recorded it outside while waiting for some people, so you'll have to tell me how it is.

Handshake 2.0's Web 2.0 Developer using Jing 

Screen shot of Handshake 2.0's Web 2.0 developer
using Jing to explain the Rutherford experiment

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