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Origin of Basaltic Magma

Origin of Basaltic Magma

Origin of Basaltic Magma. Generation of Magma Chapter 11. 2 principal types of basalt in the ocean basins. Tholeiitic Basalt and Alkaline Basalt. Common petrographic differences between tholeiitic and alkaline basalts. Table 10-1. Tholeiitic Basalt. Alkaline Basalt.

By arleen
(830 views)

C = 3: Ternary Systems: Example 1: Ternary Eutectic Di - An - Fo

C = 3: Ternary Systems: Example 1: Ternary Eutectic Di - An - Fo

C = 3: Ternary Systems: Example 1: Ternary Eutectic Di - An - Fo. Anorthite. Note three binary eutectics No solid solution Ternary eutectic = M. M. T. Forsterite. Diopside. T - X Projection of Di - An - Fo.

By albert
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Animation of Fluids

Animation of Fluids

Animation of Fluids. Animating Fluid is Hard…. Too complex to animate by hand Surface is changing very quickly Lots of small details In short, a nightmare! Need automatic simulations…. Ad-Hoc Methods. Some simple algorithms exist for special cases Mostly waves… What about water glass?

By Mia_John
(301 views)

Discover the Microbes Within

Discover the Microbes Within

Discover the Microbes Within. How many species have Wolbachia?. Agarose Gel Electrophoresis. Gel electrophoresis is a widely used technique for the analysis of nucleic acids and proteins . Agarose gel electrophoresis is routinely used for the preparation and analysis of DNA.

By oren
(242 views)

Global Warming

Global Warming

Global Warming. What is happening to our planet?. Starting Questions. What is global warming? Describe some examples of global warming How do you think we could stop this? Are you environmentally friendly? . Featured Articles. “Melting Away”

By clinton
(112 views)

Chapter 17

Chapter 17

Chapter 17. Free energy and Thermodynamics suroviec Spring 2014. I. Spontaneous Change and Equilibrium. Chemical changes – reactions Physical changes – expansions, heat, precipitation . Spontaneous change – occurs without outside intervention Does not tell us about rate of change

By imala
(239 views)

Chapter 10 Kinetic Theory of Matter

Chapter 10 Kinetic Theory of Matter

Chapter 10 Kinetic Theory of Matter. Objectives. 10.1 Compare characteristics of a solid, liquid, and gas. 10.1 Relate the properties of a solid, liquid, and gas to the kinetic theory of matter 10.1 Distinguish among an amorphous material, liquid crystal, and plasma. Objectives.

By jolanta
(137 views)

Solids and Liquids

Solids and Liquids

Solids and Liquids. Unit 8. Solids – “no translation, occasional rotation, definite vibration”. There are 2 broad categories of solids: 1. crystalline – atoms arranged in a pattern 2. amorphous – no regular pattern There are 3 main types of crystalline solids:

By kendis
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Heating & Cooling Curves Do Now: Name the phase change S  L L  G G  L L  S S  G G  S

Heating & Cooling Curves Do Now: Name the phase change S  L L  G G  L L  S S  G G  S

Heating & Cooling Curves Do Now: Name the phase change S  L L  G G  L L  S S  G G  S. Melting (fusion). Boiling (vaporization). condensation. Freezing (solidification). sublimation. deposition. All Phase changes accompanied by energy changes. Phase changes are physical changes:

By tamira
(361 views)

16°

16°

Crack development in lead-free solder in PGBA package due to recrystallization that forms ‘red’ orientations Thomas R. Bieler , Michigan State University, DMR 1006656. SAC 305 lead-free solder joints on PBGA package pre-aged 100° C/500hrs 6400 0~100 °C thermal cycles.

By flynn
(211 views)

Thermal and compositional evolution of a three-layer Titan

Thermal and compositional evolution of a three-layer Titan

Thermal and compositional evolution of a three-layer Titan. ?. Michael Bland and William McKinnon. Constraints on Titan’s internal structure. C/MR 2  0.34. Iess et al. 2010. = 1879.8 kg m -3. Jacobson, 2006. Fortes, 2012. Two (of several) possible interior states. Ice. Ice.

By takoda
(92 views)

Lava Tubes

Lava Tubes

Lava Tubes. Kacey McCallister. Purpose. To Examine and understand: Formation of lava tubes Where Oregon Lava tubes came from F eatures located in O regon lava tubes. Area Map. Lava tubes mostly south of bend but within the: Newberry Volcanic .

By solada
(311 views)

Subduction Zones (continued) & Organic Geochemistry I

Subduction Zones (continued) & Organic Geochemistry I

Subduction Zones (continued) & Organic Geochemistry I. Lecture 49 . Sedimentary Component.

By kathy
(110 views)

Solids

Solids

Solids. Properties of Solids and the Kinetic-Molecular Theory. The particles of a solid are more closely packed than those of a liquid or a gas. All interparticle attractions exert stronger effects in solids than in the corresponding liquids or gases.

By matsu
(219 views)

Buzz is Poisoned

Buzz is Poisoned

Buzz is Poisoned. By: James Hughes. Introduction. On August 9 th 2010, Buzz Lightyear was poisoned by one of the people invited to their party Each member of the party was asked to bring water, a wrap, a powder, and a hot dog

By wyatt
(149 views)

Hydrogen

Hydrogen

Hydrogen. Rebecca Wolf and Hannah Kruman Honors Chemistry Period 3. Hydrogen: Location, sources, and Isotopes. Lewis Dot Model: Ḣ. Most abundant element in universe Found in: W ater A ir A cids Three isotopes Protium (Hydrogen-1) Most common Deuterium (Hydrogen-2)

By gari
(254 views)

Misconceptions

Misconceptions

Misconceptions. In Earth Science. 3 Misconceptions. What causes the seasons? What causes the tides? Where does molten rock come from?. Seasons. Many people believe that seasons are due to varying distance from the Sun ( A Private Universe ) We know planetary orbits are ellipses

By elise
(326 views)

General Laboratory Tools Techniques and Methods

General Laboratory Tools Techniques and Methods

General Laboratory Tools Techniques and Methods . Browse through these files to get familiar with equipment, techniques and general approaches to use in your laboratory work this semester . This is your ‘toolbox ’. General techniques- equipment use . Glassware glossary

By frey
(235 views)

Physical and Chemical Changes

Physical and Chemical Changes

Physical and Chemical Changes. Physical Property. Any characteristic of a material that you can observe without changing the substances that make the material. Examples: - texture, color, size, shape, density, melting and boiling point, odor, weight, mass, etc. Physical Change.

By mac
(129 views)

The Impact of Volcanic Ash on Jet Engines

The Impact of Volcanic Ash on Jet Engines

The Impact of Volcanic Ash on Jet Engines. Lanke A. Fu, Lyndon Leung, Roberto Gandia , Sarah Provencher. Contents. How Volcanic A sh (glass) Causes P roblems in Jet E ngines Motivation Experimental Procedure Possible Approach to Solutions Questions/Suggestions. Video.

By tovi
(79 views)

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