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Light. ORB Education Quality Teaching Resources ORB Education Visit http://www.orbedu.com for the full, editable versions with solutions. ScP033 – Mixed PowerPoints. Belinda. Consider the picture below…. Why can the Belinda see the cat, but not the dog?.

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Light. ORB Education Quality Teaching Resources ORB Education Visit http://www.orbeducation.co.uk for the full, editable versions with solutions. ScP033 – Mixed PowerPoints. Belinda. Consider the picture below…. Why can the Belinda see the cat, but not the dog?.

By morwen
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1787 CT MI. 41-ii DBL R-4 AUCTOPI Obv, ET IIB Rev Very Weak Date on Rev

1787 CT MI. 41-ii DBL R-4 AUCTOPI Obv, ET IIB Rev Very Weak Date on Rev

1787 CT MI. 41-ii DBL R-4 AUCTOPI Obv, ET IIB Rev Very Weak Date on Rev. Photo by Neil Rothschild. Notes; Excellent chocolate color, smooth surfaces.

By lecea
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Structure of Minerals

Structure of Minerals

Structure of Minerals. All minerals are crystalline The atoms are arranged in a regular pattern A crystal is a regular geometric solid with smooth surfaces called crystal faces The orderly arrangement of ions determines the shape of the crystal. Crystal Structure.

By gilon
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Dental Terminology Part 2

Dental Terminology Part 2

Dental Terminology Part 2. Class Exercises. Topics. Tooth Structure & Support Clinic Crown & Root Anatomical Crown & Root Proximal Contact Areas Embrasures Interproximal Space. Class Exercises. Tooth Structure & Support. Page 12-17 of your text book. Class Exercise.

By maddox
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Developing an Attributes List

Developing an Attributes List

Developing an Attributes List. Using the answers from your Questions List to develop a list of attributes for the design. Taken from engineering design: a project-based introduction by dym & little.

By kimo
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Wave behavior

Wave behavior

Wave behavior. Basic behavior. All waves follow the same laws and move in the same ways: they all can be refracted, scattered, absorbed, diffracted, and interfered with. Reflection. Occurs when a wave meets an obstacle and bounces away from it.

By ziv
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Anglicky v odborných předmětech "Support of teaching technical subjects in English “

Anglicky v odborných předmětech "Support of teaching technical subjects in English “

Anglicky v odborných předmětech "Support of teaching technical subjects in English “. Tutorial : Engineering technology Topic : Precision investment casting Prepared by: Ing. Elena Nová. Projekt Anglicky v odborných předmětech, CZ.1.07/1.3.09/04.0002

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THE CHEMISTRY OF LIFE

THE CHEMISTRY OF LIFE

THE CHEMISTRY OF LIFE. CHAPTER 2.1 The Nature of Matter. Atoms. Basic unit of matter Greek atomos , which means “unable to cut” Proposed by Democritus 2500 years ago. Subatomic Particles. Nucleus- held together by strong forces Protons (+) Neutrons (0) Electrons (-)

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Light interactions

Light interactions

Light interactions. Review:. Light – EM waves produced by the vibration of particles Visible light – part of the EM spectrum that we see and that interacts with materials around us Transmission: any transfer of energy through matter or space

By stefan
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Geometric Optics vs. ‘the wave’

Geometric Optics vs. ‘the wave’

Geometric Optics vs. ‘the wave’. ‘plane’ traveling wave. ( Apple >> l ). A light ray: IN. Rough surface. A light ray: IN. Diffuse reflection:. A light ray: IN. Reflected light rays: OUT. Distinguishing Objects. Diffuse reflection. Diffuse reflection:. Diffuse reflection.

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Minerals in rocks

Minerals in rocks

Minerals in rocks. Aquino, escalante , ramos , taboada. What is a mineral?. minerals. From the latin word ‘ Minerale ’, or ‘something mined’ Solid inorganic substance of natural occurence. Gems. ‘Gemstone’, ‘jewel’ Is a piece of mineral used to make jewelry and adornments.

By betha
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Road to recovery

Road to recovery

Road to recovery. The Canterbury story so far…. THE FIRST EVENT. WHAT FOLLOWED.

By tamma
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Friction

Friction

Friction. Friction Definition. Friction occurs when 2 objects are in contact with each other. The objects apply or exert a force on one another during this time. Friction acts in the opposite direction of motion – so it is the force that resists movement !. share.ehs.uen.org.

By mason
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Chapter 13 Review

Chapter 13 Review

Chapter 13 Review. Lesson 129. Chapter 13 Review. 1. David’s rock collection has many types of rocks. what kind how many. Chapter 13 Review. 3. Some rocks have smooth surfaces . what kind how many. Chapter 13 Review. 5. Several rocks came from the desert of New Mexico.

By adler
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Friction and Gravity

Friction and Gravity

Friction and Gravity. What is friction?. The force that two surfaces exert on each other when they rub against each other. The strength of the force of friction depends on two factors:. 1 st - how hard the surfaces push together. 2 nd – the type of surfaces involved. In General:.

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Friction

Friction

Friction. What factors affect friction?. Types of surfaces How hard the surfaces are pushed together. Types of Surfaces. Smoother the surface- smaller the friction Examples of smooth surfaces The rougher the surface- greater the friction Examples. What happens when we change a surface?.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Table of Contents. Chapter: Minerals. Section 1: Minerals. Section 2: Mineral Identification. Section 3: Uses of Minerals. Minerals. 1. What is a mineral?. A mineral is a naturally occurring, inorganic solid with a definite chemical composition and an orderly arrangement of atoms.

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OBJECTIVES

OBJECTIVES

OBJECTIVES. 1) Trace light rays as they reflect from a plane mirror. 2) Draw conclusions about the law of reflection. 3) Identify angle of incident and angle of reflection. 4) State the laws of reflection of light. Using ray boxes. Reflection. Draw around the mirror. Reflection. normal.

By shania
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Statics and Basic Mechanics

Statics and Basic Mechanics

Statics and Basic Mechanics. What you forgot from basic physics. Forces: In The General. Vector Quantities. Magnitude and Direction. Statics. Balanced Forces = No Acceleration. External Forces: Normal. External Forces: Moments. Forces: Compression. Aspect Ratio Matters. Forces: Tension.

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