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Landscapes of the brain and mind

Landscapes of the brain and mind

Wan Ahmad Tajuddin Wan Abdullah* Complex Systems Group Department of Physics Universiti Malaya 50603 Kuala Lumpur *http://fizik.um.edu.my/cgi-bin/hitkat?wat. 3 rd MPSGC KUALA LUMPUR 2007. Landscapes of the brain and mind. 3 rd MPSGC KUALA LUMPUR 2007.

By mike_john
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Quantum numbers and orbital energies Each atom’s electron has a unique set of quantum numbers to define it { n , l ,

Quantum numbers and orbital energies Each atom’s electron has a unique set of quantum numbers to define it { n , l ,

Energy level Sublevel # of orbitals/sublevel n = 1 1 s ( l = 0 ) 1 ( m l has one value) n = 2 2 s ( l = 0 ) 1 ( m l has one value) 2 p ( l = 1 ) 3 ( m l has three values)

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Molecular shapes

Molecular shapes

Molecular shapes. A simple matter of balls and sticks. Learning objectives. Describe underlying principles that govern theories of molecular shapes Use Lewis dot diagrams to predict shapes of molecules using VSEPR. Valence shell electron pair repulsion.

By trilby
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Chapter 6 Chemical Reactions and Quantities

Chapter 6 Chemical Reactions and Quantities

Chapter 6 Chemical Reactions and Quantities. 6.9 Energy Changes in Chemical Reactions. Reaction Conditions. Reaction conditions for a chemical reaction require collisions between reacting molecules collisions with sufficient energy to break the bonds in the reactants

By mirabel
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Energy Aware Lossless Data Compression

Energy Aware Lossless Data Compression

Energy Aware Lossless Data Compression. Kenneth Barr and Krste Asanović MIT Laboratory for Computer Science. Energy Aware Lossless Data Compression: Introduction . Motivation Compression can save wireless network energy. Observation Energy add < 1nJ Energy send > 1000nJ Approach

By latona
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Chapter 31

Chapter 31

Chapter 31. Particle Physics. Atoms as Elementary Particles. Atoms From the Greek for “indivisible” Were once thought to be the elementary particles Atom constituents Proton, neutron, and electron After 1932 these were viewed as elementary All matter was made up of these particles.

By hilde
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Introduction to Optical Properties BW, Chs 10 & 11; YC, Chs 6-8; S, Chs 11-13

Introduction to Optical Properties BW, Chs 10 & 11; YC, Chs 6-8; S, Chs 11-13

Introduction to Optical Properties BW, Chs 10 & 11; YC, Chs 6-8; S, Chs 11-13. Recall : Semiconductor Bandgaps E g are usually in the range: 0 < E g < 3 eV (up to 6 eV if diamond is included) Also, at equilibrium, at temperature T = 0 , the valence band is full & the

By mika
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Solahart Test field in Australia

Solahart Test field in Australia

Introduction Collectors Thermo siphon systems Multiple Thermo siphon systems. Solahart Test field in Australia. Introduction Collectors Thermo siphon systems Multiple Thermo siphon systems. Discription of Solahart Collector. All Solahart collectors are Harf type collectors

By minh
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Chemistry 330

Chemistry 330

Chemistry 330. Vibrational and Rotational Spectroscopy. The electromagnetic spectrum and the classification of the spectral regions. The band at the bottom of the illustration indicates the types of transitions that absorb or emit in the various regions. . The Electromagnetic Spectrum.

By derron
(151 views)

Photochemistry

Photochemistry

Photochemistry. Lecture 5 Intermolecular electronic energy transfer. Intermolecular Energy Transfer. D* + A  D + A* Donor Acceptor E-E transfer – both D* and A* are electronically excited.

By tyme
(263 views)

Quantum Physics

Quantum Physics

Quantum Physics. 10 hours. The Quantum Nature of Radiation. 13.1 - 13.4. The Photoelectric Effect.

By kaida
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Unit 6 Introduction to Chemistry

Unit 6 Introduction to Chemistry

Unit 6 Introduction to Chemistry. Chapter 18 Bonding and Compounds. 18A – Principles of Bonding. Objectives: Explain why atoms bond together Differentiate between electron affinity and electronegativity and describe their general trends on the periodic table

By verne
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Chemical Kinetics

Chemical Kinetics

Chemical Kinetics. Chemical Kinetics = study of the rates of chemical reactions = how fast reactants are converted to products. Factors affecting reaction rates : a. concentrations of reactants b. physical state, surface area of reactants c. temperature at which reaction occurs

By preston
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Confluences and Networks

Confluences and Networks

Confluences and Networks. Outline Flow and sediment transport characteristics at river confluences Braid bar development Network characteristics and organization. Sacramento and Feather Rivers. Ohio River and Mississippi River. Minnesota River (lower branch) entering the Mississippi River.

By nishan
(128 views)

Chapter 10 Notes Chemical Bonding II Molecular Shape,

Chapter 10 Notes Chemical Bonding II Molecular Shape,

Chapter 10 Notes Chemical Bonding II Molecular Shape, Valence Bond Theory, and Molecular Orbital Theory Sections 10.1 – 10.8. Ch. 10 Problem Assignment (Due test day). Pg . : 453 - 459 ( Sect. 10.2, 10.3, 10.4 ): 2, 3, 4, 5, 30, 31, 32, 34, 42

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STRUT & TIE MODELS (S-T-M)

STRUT & TIE MODELS (S-T-M)

STRUT & TIE MODELS (S-T-M). Module 2. Topics . Introduction Development Design Methodology IS and ACI provisions Applications Deep beams Corbels Beam-column joints. Hydrostatic state of stress Nodal zone dimensions proportional to the applied compressive forces

By kasen
(645 views)

Rates of Reactions

Rates of Reactions

Rates of Reactions. The rate of reaction is how fast a reaction happens We can measure this by: the mass of a mixture, the volume of gas given off, measure the light transmitted.

By jovan
(86 views)

NIS – CHEMISTRY

NIS – CHEMISTRY

NIS – CHEMISTRY. Lecture 22 Bohr Atomic Model Ozgur Unal. Ladder and the Rungs. While using the ladder, i s i t possible to stand between the rungs ? What is your energy when you stand at the lowest rung (minimum energy)? How does your energy change as you climb up the ladder?.

By stash
(127 views)

Organic reactions overview

Organic reactions overview

Organic reactions overview. Dr. Clower CHEM 2411 Spring 2014 McMurry (8 th ed.) sections 6.1, 6.2, 6.4-6, 6.8-10, 7.10, 10.8. Organic Reactions. Types of Reactions: Addition Elimination Substitution Rearrangement Oxidation Reduction See handout. Reaction Mechanisms.

By bayard
(160 views)

Reverse osmosis water desalination with help of block DB 8 SW030

Reverse osmosis water desalination with help of block DB 8 SW030

Reverse osmosis water desalination with help of block DB 8 SW030. Technology. Reverse osmosis technology is based on displacing salt water under high pressure (50-70 bar) through reverse -osmotic membrane which passes water molecules through and doesn’t pass salt molecules. . Product water

By gauri
(214 views)

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