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What's (the) Matter?, A Show on Elementary Particle Physics

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What's (the) Matter?, A Show on Elementary Particle Physics
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 113

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We present the screenplay of a physics show on particle physics, by the Physikshow of Bonn University. The show is addressed at non-physicists aged 14+ and communicates basic concepts of elementary particle physics including the discovery of the Higgs boson in an entertaining fashion.

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