|aInside the light|h[videorecording] :|bthe mystery of light in quantum physics = 光量子物理學的奧秘 /|cDirected by Marco Tumbiolo.
|iChinese title :|a光量子物理學的奧秘
|aNew York, NY :|bFilms Media Group,|cc2012.
|a1 videodisc (41 min.) :|bsd., col. ;|c4 3/4 in.
|aIntroducing the Physicists (2:30) -- Detecting Photons (1:33) -- Work of Quantum Physicists (2:10) -- Small Scale Interaction Between Photons & Atoms (3:00) -- Why Study Light? (1:44) -- Research Equipment & Methods in Quantum Physics (3:50) -- Computer Programs Essential to Quantum Particle Experiments (1:41) -- Creating & Observing a Quantum Scene (1:57) -- Observing Photons in a Controlled Environment (2:54) -- Modeling Photon Manipulation on a Human Scale (1:17) -- Property of Entanglement Between Atoms & Photons (2:15) -- Innovation in Photon Research (1:21) -- Ever-Changing "Size" of Photons (2:01) -- Understanding & Defining Light (2:06) -- Wave-Particle Duality of Light (1:22) -- Observing Photons Without Destroying Them (1:59) -- Studying a World We Cannot See (1:39) -- Application of Quantum Mechanics: Quantum Computing (2:16) -- Wonders of Quantum Physics & the Human Mind (1:01) -- Superposition Principle (2:01) -- Credits:Inside the Light: The Mystery of Light in Quantum Physics (1:33)
|aDirected by Marco Tumbiolo.
|aThe 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded jointly to Serge Haroche and another physicist "for groundbreaking experimental methods that enable measuring and manipulation of individual quantum systems." Inside the Light focuses on the spectacular achievements in quantum physics of Dr. Haroche as well as the University of Sussex's Wolfgang Lange and others as it introduces viewers to the interaction of light and matter at the smallest possible scale. A lyrical portrait of the quantum world that addresses the creation and destruction of photons, quantum jumps, entanglement, quantum information processing, and more in a way that will appeal both to novices and the knowledgeable.521 2 11 & up.