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Antisymmetric RMF Current Drive in FRCs

Antisymmetric RMF Current Drive in FRCs

Antisymmetric RMF Current Drive in FRCs R.D. Milroy, H.Y. Guo, A.L. Hoffman, and L.C. Steinhauer Redmond Plasma Physics Laboratory, University of Washington Abstract

By liam
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Chapter 14 – The Atmosphere

Chapter 14 – The Atmosphere

Chapter 14 – The Atmosphere The modern atmosphere Two most abundant gases: 78% N 2 21% O 2 Less abundant gases (< 1%) Argon Water vapor CO 2 (only about .035%) Non-gaseous components water droplets dust, pollen, soot and other particulates Fig. 17.6, p.437

By issac
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Land Surface Hydrology and the Earth System

Land Surface Hydrology and the Earth System

Land Surface Hydrology and the Earth System Christopher Taylor Eleanor Blyth Doug Clark Richard Harding Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Wallingford Nic Gedney Hadley Centre Dave Lawrence CGAM, University of Reading. Land Surface Hydrology and the Earth System.

By Patman
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Climate change in Nepal

Climate change in Nepal

Climate change in Nepal. Temperature and rainfall are increasing faster in Nepal than anywhere else in the world. Higher temperatures are melting the glaciers. This increases the risk of flooding and landslides. . Recent landslide in Nepal.

By arleen
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Industrial Microbiology INDM 4005 Lecture 2 10/02/04

Industrial Microbiology INDM 4005 Lecture 2 10/02/04

Industrial Microbiology INDM 4005 Lecture 2 10/02/04. Management Of Microbial Processes / Quality Assurance. Overview:  Principles of GMP  Process design / optimisation  Economics. Fermentation Economics. OBJECTIVE - yield a product at a competitive price BASIC OBJECTIVES.

By oshin
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Crystals

Crystals

Crystals. Crystal Structures. Atoms (and later ions) will be viewed as hard spheres. In the case of pure metals, the packing pattern often provides the greatest spatial efficiency (closest packing).

By Gabriel
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Chapter 7: Solutions and Colloids

Chapter 7: Solutions and Colloids

Chapter 7: Solutions and Colloids. SOLUTIONS Solutions are homogeneous mixtures of two or more substances in which the components are present as atoms, molecules, or ions. Particles in liquid solutions are: too small to reflect light, thus solutions are transparent (clear).

By elina
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ICRARD Meeting 2007 UK Offshore Research

ICRARD Meeting 2007 UK Offshore Research

ICRARD Meeting 2007 UK Offshore Research. Steve Walker HSE Offshore Division. Introduction. Background to HSE’s offshore research programme Summary of current offshore health & safety research Details of two key projects:- Offshore Influencing Networks Ageing structures offshore.

By wray
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Earth’s Formation and Structure

Earth’s Formation and Structure

Earth’s Formation and Structure. How Did Earth Form?. Evidence comes from Earth, other bodies in the solar system, and the universe. Earth's surface and internal structure and composition. Rock samples from the Moon. Asteroids. Planetary probes and rovers. Telescope observations.

By tamah
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Home Food Preservation 101

Home Food Preservation 101

Home Food Preservation 101. Prepared: June 2009. MODULE 1 Introduction to Home Canning. MODULE 1: Units. Why are we canning in the 21 st century Canning Trends Specific Concerns with Canning Foods at Home Credible Instructions. Why are We Canning in the 21 st Century.

By fauve
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Foundations in Microbiology

Foundations in Microbiology

PowerPoint to accompany. Foundations in Microbiology. Fifth Edition. Talaro. Chapter 11. Copyright The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. Physical and Chemical Control of Microbes. Chapter 11. Control of microbes.

By lorin
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MAIN SEQUENCE STARS, Red Giants and White Dwarfs

MAIN SEQUENCE STARS, Red Giants and White Dwarfs

MAIN SEQUENCE STARS, Red Giants and White Dwarfs. Stars are powered by fusion reactions. When a fuel is exhausted the star’s structure changes dramatically, producing Post-Main Sequence Evolution. ENERGY GENERATION. Key to all MS stars’ power:

By mignon
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Igneous Rocks

Igneous Rocks

Igneous Rocks. Text ref. Ch5 (pg. 98). Contents. What are igneous rocks? Classifying igneous rocks. What are igneous rocks?. Text ref. ch.5.1 (pg 99-106). Objectives. Compare and contrast intrusive and extrusive igneous rocks Describe the composition of magma

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Lecture 38

Lecture 38

Basic Properties of Stars (continued). Stellar Lives. Stellar Temperatures The Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram Groups of Stars and Their Lives. Lecture 38. Chapter 17.12  17.16. Surface Temperature. Surface temperature determines a star’ color.

By rasul
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Electricity A. Electric Charge 1. Static electricity is the accumulation of excess electric charges on an object.

Electricity A. Electric Charge 1. Static electricity is the accumulation of excess electric charges on an object.

Electricity A. Electric Charge 1. Static electricity is the accumulation of excess electric charges on an object. a. More e¯ = negative charge b. More protons = + charge 2. Charge is conserved (e¯ move from one object to another). 3. Law of Charges.

By astro
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Heat Stress

Heat Stress

Heat Stress. Recognition & Management. Heat stress is the buildup of body heat due to exertion in warm or hot environments. Heat exhaustion and heat stroke result when the body is subjected to more heat than it can cope with. Heat Stress.

By morley
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Announcements, Feb. 9

Announcements, Feb. 9

Announcements, Feb. 9. Reading for today: 154-171 on membrane lipids. Reading for Monday: 172-186 on membrane proteins. Reading for Wednesday: 191-207 on membrane transport. Reading for Friday: 207-216 on energetics of membrane transport. I. Membrane lipids Membrane functions

By noelle
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Global Warming

Global Warming

Global Warming. Dennis Silverman Physics and Astronomy U C Irvine. Global Warming . Greenhouse gases: CO 2 , methane, and nitrous oxide Already heat world to average 60° F, rather than 0° F without an atmosphere How greenhouse gases work Increased CO 2 has raised temperature 1.2° F

By glyn
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Advanced Vitreous State: The Structure of Glass

Advanced Vitreous State: The Structure of Glass

Advanced Vitreous State: The Structure of Glass. Section 1: Lecture 1 - Fundamentals of the Glass Transition: The Glass Transition is a Kinetic Transition with Thermodynamic Signatures. Examine the differences between a kinetic and thermodynamic transition

By trang
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Alternative Materials for RoHS

Alternative Materials for RoHS

Alternative Materials for RoHS. Date : 20 January 2005. Speaker : Professor Y.C. Chan PhD, FIEEE, FHKIE, FIEE, CEng Chair Professor of Electronic Engineering, City University of Hong Kong Director, EPA Centre. 1. Acknowledgement. Mr. Paul Yao of Intertek Labtest

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