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In addition to the Adventure proper, the site has a good selection of links to other particle physics sites. Click here to go to the Particle Adventure site. Particle Data Group This is the real thing: the Particle Data Group maintains and organizes the storehouse of data accumulated by the world's particle physics labs in the past few decades. Designed primarily for professionals in the field, the database of properties masses, lifetimes, spin, etc.
Unfortunately the handy capsule summaries of the particle data booklet don't appear to be online anymore, though you can order one.
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What you do find online is a virtual encyclopedia of particle physics in the form of The Review of Particle Physics. Click here to go to the Particle Data Group site. Experimenters there nailed down the existence of the top quark , the last one predicted by the standard model, and important research continues at Fermilab.
The Inquiring Minds page is a good place to start exploring, but don't miss the one below. It links to the SLAC large detector page which describes the various components of the detector.
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The web site is excellent and has outstanding animations of the accelerator and detectors. Experiments Online SLAC maintains this page with links to home pages of high-energy physics experiments around the world, organized alphabetically by accelerator facility. A great place to start further explorations if you like to see details of detectors and experiments.
You'll also find more events for on-screen viewing.
Click here to go to the Experiments Online page. Supersaturated Environments Cloud Chambers Particle physics experiments are hard to do in a classroom, but you can show your students the real tracks of cosmic rays or particles from nuclear decays in the diffusion cloud chambers sold by Supersaturated Environments.