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X-Ray Physics

X-Ray Physics

X-Ray Physics. Assumptions: Matter is composed of discrete particles (i.e. electrons, nucleus) Distance between particles >> particle size X-ray photons are small particles Interact with body in binomial process Pass through body with probability p

By Leo
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Formation of Mercury

Formation of Mercury

Formation of Mercury. By Triana Henz. In the beginning…. There was a giant cloud of particles within the Milky Way Particles start to rotate The cloud starts to collapse on itself A star is born at the center!!. What takes place in a few Myr?. Accretion Theory takes place

By serge
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Metallic Bonding

Metallic Bonding

Metallic Bonding. Strong forces of attraction are responsible for the high melting point of most metals. CA Standards. Students know atoms combine to form molecules by sharing electrons to form covalent or metallic bonds or by exchanging electrons to form ionic bonds. . Metallic Bonding.

By tertius
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POLYPROPYLENE!

POLYPROPYLENE!

POLYPROPYLENE!. One Popular Polymer!. What’s so great about POLYPROPYLENE?. High Melting Point (dishwasher safe!) Intermediate crystallinity: tough without being brittle High resistance to fatigue (living hinge) Chemically Inert CHEAP to MAKE!!!. Polypropylene comes from Propylene!.

By bonner
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Chapter 8 Molecular Shape

Chapter 8 Molecular Shape

Chapter 8 Molecular Shape. The shape of a molecule can be important in determining its chemical reactions Molecular shape is often very important in the chemistry of living things. Molecular geometry also helps determine the polarity of molecules.

By caitlyn
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Atwood Quarry, Port Clyde, ME Chelsea Sonksen

Atwood Quarry, Port Clyde, ME Chelsea Sonksen

Atwood Quarry, Port Clyde, ME Chelsea Sonksen. Craters of the Moon NP Will Junkin. Snake River, ID Hannah O’Brien. Wildcat Mountain and Mt Washington Kyle Migliorini. Rock Candy 1 Glass jar or drinking glass 1 Food coloring (optional) 1 Piece of cotton string 1 c Water

By navid
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X-ray Production

X-ray Production

X-ray Production. kVp KINETIC ENERGY OF ELECTRONS. CATHODE --------. MADE OF TUNGSTEN + 1%-3% THORIUM. TUNGSTEN. Z # 74 MELTING POINT- 3,410 DEG. CELSIUS . THORIUM. Z # 90. THERMIONIC EMISSION. CATHODE HEATED UP TO AT LEAST 2,200 DEG. CELSIUS. ANODE +++++. TUNGSTEN

By boone
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General method for synthesis of azo dyes

General method for synthesis of azo dyes

General method for synthesis of azo dyes. Add a cold aqueous solution of sodium nitrite slowly (with cooling and stirring) to a cold solution of the amine compound in excess hydrochloric acid The temperature must not rise above 5°C.

By jody
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Medical Physics at A Level

Medical Physics at A Level

Medical Physics at A Level. X-Rays. Contents. Uses Production of X-Rays Brehmsstrahlung radiation Characteristic radiation The X-ray tube Rotating anode Intensifying screen Barium Meal Barium Enema. X -Rays are:-. high frequency, high energy electromagnetic rays.

By marilee
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Chemistry 11: Typical Elements

Chemistry 11: Typical Elements

Chemistry 11: Typical Elements. Christopher Chui. Hydrogen. Members of a family or group tend to react similarly Hydrogen is usually considered as a family by itself A hydrogen atom can react to lose 1 electron H +

By kioko
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Outline

Outline

Outline. Organic vs Inorganic Functional Groups and Isomers Macromolecules Carbohydrates Lipids Proteins Nucleic Acids. Inorganic – Chemistry of elements other than carbon Organic – Carbon-based chemistry. Organic Molecules. Inorganic. Organic. Usually with + & - ions.

By kwanita
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Sputter Materials

Sputter Materials

Sputter Materials. Lecture 10 G.J. Mankey gmankey@mint.ua.edu. The Key System. The Key system has a stainless steel bell jar, a cryopump, gas supply system, four 2" targets and a substrate holder for six substrates.

By yates
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The Periodic Table of Elements

The Periodic Table of Elements

The Periodic Table of Elements. Elements. Science has come along way since Aristotle’s theory of Air , Water , Fire , and Earth . Scientists have identified 92 Natural elements , and created about 28 others. Elements.

By oma
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Properties of Polymers

Properties of Polymers

Properties of Polymers. Different polymers have different properties. Properties can depend on how the polymer is made. Learning Outcomes. All are able to state that monomers used to make plastics will affect the properties.

By leanne
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Intermolecular Forces and Liquids and Solids

Intermolecular Forces and Liquids and Solids

Intermolecular Forces and Liquids and Solids. Chapter 11. A phase is a homogeneous part of the system in contact with other parts of the system but separated from them by a well-defined boundary. 2 Phases. Solid phase - ice. Liquid phase - water. 11.1.

By Mercy
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The Periodic Table of Elements

The Periodic Table of Elements

The Periodic Table of Elements. Elements. Science has come along way since Aristotle’s theory of Air , Water , Fire , and Earth . Scientists have identified 92 Natural elements , and created about 28 others. Elements.

By nemesio
(148 views)

USAGE OF OLIVINE as BACKING SAND IN TUNDISH

USAGE OF OLIVINE as BACKING SAND IN TUNDISH

USAGE OF OLIVINE as BACKING SAND IN TUNDISH. 24/09/2007. T UNDISHES ; are machines which, continuously provide molten metal to mold and adjust amount of incoming metal to mold. ladle. Tundish.

By idalia
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The Periodic Table

The Periodic Table

The Periodic Table. Section 1: Organizing the Elements Section 2: Exploring the Periodic Table Section 3: Families of Elements. Organizing the Elements. Why It Matters:

By carolos
(107 views)

Bragg Equation

Bragg Equation

Detector typically moves over range of 2 Θ angles. X-ray detector. 2 Θ. X-ray source. Sample holder. Typically a Cu or Mo target 1.54 or 0.8 Å wavelength. Orientation of diffracting planes. Bragg Equation. n l = 2 d sin Θ

By alissa
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Ch. 4: “The Structure of Matter” Section 1: “Compounds & Molecules”

Ch. 4: “The Structure of Matter” Section 1: “Compounds & Molecules”

Ch. 4: “The Structure of Matter” Section 1: “Compounds & Molecules”. SR 4.1, pg. 114, #1-8. 1. Classify the following substances as mixtures or compounds. a. air b. CO c. SnF 2 d. pure water. a. mixture b. compound c. compound d. compound.

By tuari
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