Lessons for Marie Curie

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  • Splitting the Atom - … splitting of the atom. Marie and Pierre Curie and the Discovery of Polonium and Radium Maria Sklodowska-Curie 1867-1934 Marie Curie (1867-1934) from the American Institute of Physics Marie Sklodowska Curie: Her Life As A Media Compendium Figures In Radiation History Quinn, Susan. Marie Curie: A Life. (Illus …
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  • Write Simulated News Stories - … . Ask Do you know which scientist developed X-ray technology? (Marie Curie) Do you know who fought communism in Poland? (Lech Walesa … on pages 413 about Marie Curie. Tell students they will explore a unique Web site where the life of Marie Curie is presented though … . Discuss the news-article technique used to convey information about Marie Curie to ensure that students understand how to write their news …
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  • Women's History Learning Activity - … why. Marie Curie Video:In 1903 physicist Marie Curie shared the Nobel Prize for Physics for the discovery of In 1903 physicist Marie Curie shared the … the obstacles Marie Curie overcame as a female scientist, and consider whether similar difficulties exist today. Begin by viewing the documentary. Marie Curie became … respect her dedication to her studies? Describe how you think Marie Curie would fare in your school and community today. Elizabeth Cady …
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  • Elements And Compounds - … in the tissues and often in the blood. Context: Both Marie Curie and her daughter died from leukemia caused by their exposure … energetic particles by the disintegration of their atomic nuclei. Context: Marie Curie discovered that the mineral pitchblende, which contains radium, was a … . Context: Radium is a highly radioactive metallic element, discovered by Marie Curie, which was used in cancer radiation therapy. semipermeable Definition: Partially …
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  • Math Lesson: Chernobyl 1 - Radiation Released - … material decays in disintegrations per sec (dps) A curie, named after Madam Marie Curie, is the amount of radioactivity in one gram of … . 30% of the nuclear core, 3 billion curies of an estimated 9 billion curies was released (The US Argonne National Laboratory, 1986 … the reactor's radioactivity, which amounted to 6.4 billion curies, was released. (Vladimir Chernousenko, chief scientific supervisor of the ?clean …
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  • Band Aid 20 - … charities. Here's a list of some they might know: Marie Curie (Marie Curie Cancer Care) Dr Barnado Leonard Cheshire Richard Curtis (Comic Relief … : Richard Curtis, co-founder of Comic Relief Marie Curie, who lent her name to Marie Curie Cancer Care Tim Smit, the man behind the …
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  • Biographies of Heroes from Long Ago and the Recent Past - … of Abraham Lincoln, Louis Pasteur, Sitting Bull, George Washington Carver, Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, Golda Meir, Jackie Robinson, Sally Ride) Sample Topic … Bull, Tatanka Yotanka (ISBN 0-671-64027-5). Brandt, Keith. Marie Curie: Brave Scientist. Illustrated by Karen Moline. Mahwah, New Jersey: Troll … to win independence for his native India. Fisher, Leonard Everett. Marie Curie. New York: Macmillan, 1994. ISBN 0-02735375-3. The story …
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  • How Do You Measure Radon? - … in the United States to measure radioactivity is the curie (named for Marie Curie, the physicist and chemist who discovered radium), which is … measure exactly how many disintegrations are occurring! In 1950 the curie was redefined as 3.7 x 10 10 disintegrations per … the microcurie (µCi, one millionth of a curie) or picocurie (pCi, one trillionth of a curie) (see Table 1). Radon is often …
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  • How Do You Measure Radon? - … in the United States to measure radioactivity is the curie (named for Marie Curie, the physicist and chemist who discovered radium), which is … measure exactly how many disintegrations are occurring! In 1950 the curie was redefined as 3.7 x 10 10 disintegrations per … the microcurie (µCi, one millionth of a curie) or picocurie (pCi, one trillionth of a curie) (see Table 1). Radon is often …
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  • How Do You Measure Radon? - … in the United States to measure radioactivity is the curie (named for Marie Curie, the physicist and chemist who discovered radium), which is … measure exactly how many disintegrations are occurring! In 1950 the curie was redefined as 3.7 x 10 10 disintegrations per … the microcurie (µCi, one millionth of a curie) or picocurie (pCi, one trillionth of a curie) (see Table 1). Radon is often …
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