Scientists who study the fundamental structure of matter?
or Quantum Physicists
or Atomic Physicists
What have scientists learned after close study of the chemical structure of the cell and its nucleus?
What is the scientific study of the composition structure and properties of matter and the changes that it undergoes?
What_do_scientists_use_to_study_the_crystal_structure_of_a_mineral?">What do scientists use to study the crystal structure of a mineral? Crystal_shape_is_a_property_of_minerals._There_are_six_basic_crystal_systems_that_describe_crystal_structure._Scientists_use_X-rays_to_study_the_crystal_structure_of_a_mineral._They_can_use_the_structure_of_the_crystal_to_identify_the_mineral.">Crystal shape is a property of minerals. There are six basic crystal systems that describe crystal structure. Scientists use X-rays to study the crystal structure of a mineral. They can use the structure of the crystal to identify the mineral.
Classical Physics Classical Mechanics (Newtonian Mechanics)- study of motion and forces. Electromagnitism- Study of electricity and magnetism. Statistical Mechanics- Study of theoretical predictions on the behavior of macroscopic system based on statistical law that govern its component particles. Acoustics- Study of production, control, transmission, reception, and effects of sounds. Thermodynamics- study of heat, temperature and energy. Optics- Study of nature, properties of light, and optical instruments. Modern Physics Relativity- Study of motion near the speed…
Scientists who study the structure and function of cells are called microbiologists because the cells are very tiny and cannot be seen with the naked eye, but with a microscope. Microbiology describes the study of microscopic organisms - microorganisms - and their effects. A microorganism is a life-form too small to be observed with the naked eye - without using a microscope. The word 'microbiologist' is formed from 'micro' (very small) and 'logy' (the study…
I believe that humans have an inherent desire to make sense of the world around them and where we are in this system. This can be supported by the creation of religion, searching for pattern, astronomy, physics, etc. If this is the case, then it logically follows that humans will study the deeper workings of nature, and that they will want to. The atomic structure is a pretty fundamental (but not the most fundamental) piece…