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Introduction to MRI: NMR

Introduction to MRI: NMR

Introduction to MRI: NMR. MRI - big picture Neuroimaging alternatives Goal: understanding neurall coding Electromagnetic spectrum and Radio Frequency X-ray, gamma ray, RF NMR phenomena History (NMR, imaging, BOLD) Physics nuclei, molecular environment

By graceland
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Chapter 16

Chapter 16

Chapter 16. Electric Potential, Energy & Capacitance. Electric potential . Gravitational Potential Energy 3 masses at the same height Different Potential Energies, PE = mgh Same PE per unit mass Electric Potential—PE per unit charge Called “voltage” Units of Volts (V).

By ince
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Electricity and Magnetism

Electricity and Magnetism

Electricity and Magnetism. Unit III. I Electrostatics. The study of electric charges at rest and their electric fields and potentials Charges at rest if there is no net transfer of charge Microstructure of Matter The smallest unit of matter is an atom

By symona
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Nuclear Fission

Nuclear Fission

Nuclear Fission. Nuclear Fission is the process by which the nucleus of an atom splits into two or more nuclei and some by-products. . Steps of Nuclear Fission. A slow moving neutron is captured by the nucleus The nucleus becomes unstable and splits.

By ziya
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Effective Study

Effective Study

Effective Study. Review the material (mind map) Talk physics (flash cards, focus on key ideas) Practise Questions (workbook or Exam) Mark and correct (make notes) Timing: . Conservation of momentum in 2 dimensions. Reference circle & phasors (tides). Forced SHM and resonance.

By pierce
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Chapter 6

Chapter 6

Chapter 6. Motion of Charged Particles in Electric Fields. Electric potential difference. Electric Potential Energy. A mass in a gravitational field that is free to move will accelerate down, gaining kinetic energy as it does

By chaeli
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Isotopes

Isotopes

Isotopes. Variants of a chemical element All isotopes of a given element have the same # of protons Differ in the number of neutrons. Hydrogen. Tritium. Deuterium. Isotopes. General Form: A X Z Chemical symbol for the element: X Atomic # (# of Protons): Z Protons + Neutrons: A.

By latika
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PHYS 1442 – Section 004 Lecture #5

PHYS 1442 – Section 004 Lecture #5

PHYS 1442 – Section 004 Lecture #5. Wednesday January 29, 2014 Dr. Andrew Brandt. CH 17 Electric Potential due to Point Charges Shape of the Electric Potential Equi -potential Lines and Surfaces Electron-volt Capacitance. Announcements.

By aldis
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Charged Particles in Uniform Electric Fields

Charged Particles in Uniform Electric Fields

Charged Particles in Uniform Electric Fields. Forces and Fields 9. Consider the following:. + + + + + + + +. - - - - - - - -. 15.0 cm. +. +.

By jasia
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Chapter 21

Chapter 21

Chapter 21. The Nucleus: A Chemist’s View. Chapter 21: The Nucleus: A Chemists View. 21.1 Nuclear Stability and Radioactive Decay 21.2 The Kinetics of radioactive Decay 21.3 Nuclear Transformations 21.4 Detection and Uses of Radioactivity 21.5 Thermodynamic Stability

By angeni
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E=mc squared

E=mc squared

Something out of nothing:. E=mc squared. What we’ve learned…. …that length and time are not absolute but depend on the point of view of the observer. time dilation. length contraction. …that the speed of light is absolute and is the same for all observers in all reference frames.

By yanka
(124 views)

Electric Potential

Electric Potential

Electric Potential. Coulomb’s Law. Q 1 r Q 2. If either Q 1 or Q 2 increases the Force increases If either Q 1 or Q 2 decreases the Force decreases If r, the distance between the two charges, increases the force decreases

By teenie
(93 views)

Bell Work

Bell Work

NMHS Physics, M. Davis. Bell Work. Half Life—9/6/11. Complete the following tasks on your own paper. Turn you paper over when completed. Define half-life.

By selia
(74 views)

Modern Physics

Modern Physics

Modern Physics. Wave - Particle Duality HW: Read pages 723 – 734 Answer questions p 730 #1,2,3,4 P732 # 6, 7, 8. How do we see objects?. Blackbody Radiation. Warm objects emit infrared radiation. Objects at ~1700 K, glow red. Above 2000 K, glow white. As temp increases, EM

By idalee
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Millikan and the Photoelectric Effect

Millikan and the Photoelectric Effect

Millikan and the Photoelectric Effect. By: David Eastwood Mark Kynock Marie Wieczorek. Robert Andrews Millikan. Born: March 22, 1868 in Morison, Illinois. Died: December 19, 1953 in San Marino, California. Second son of Reverend Silas Franklin Millikan and Mary Jane Andrews.

By dillian
(174 views)

Introduction to Particles

Introduction to Particles

Introduction to Particles. AS Level Physics. Fundamental…. A fundamental particle cannot be broken down into anything simpler .

By arlene
(108 views)

Chapter 27 Quantum Theory

Chapter 27 Quantum Theory

Chapter 27 Quantum Theory. Objectives. 27.1 Describe the spectrum emitted by a hot body and explain the basic theory that underlies the emission of hot-body radiation 27.1 Explain the photoelectric effect and recognize that quantum theory can explain it, whereas the wave theory cannot

By beck
(185 views)

Modern Physics

Modern Physics

Modern Physics. Thanks to: Dr. P. Bertrand Oak Ridge HiS. Quantum Physics. Physics on a very small (atomic) scale is “ quantized”. Quantized phenomena are discontinuous and discrete , and generally very small.

By preston-mcfadden
(207 views)

Basics

Basics

Basics. This course is designed for persons with an undergraduate degree in science or engineering but no knowledge of how particles (particularly protons) interact with matter. (To call it ‘particle physics’ would be too grandiose.) The best texts were written around the 1950’s:

By sybill-lowe
(72 views)

Electric Potential

Electric Potential

Sabar Nuruhman , M.Pd.Si. Electric Potential. Introduction:. The concept of potential energy was introduced in odd semester in connection with such conservative forces as the force of gravity and the elastic force exerted by a spring.

By malachi-wilcox
(86 views)

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