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Astronomy Day 5

Astronomy Day 5

Astronomy Day 5. Goals Explain the connection between temperature and color. Draw three basic types of galaxies. Identify the galaxy that we live in. Bell Ringer. Why is snow white? It’s made of water and water is colorless, so how come it turns white just by freezing?.

By andrew
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Black Holes: The Information Paradox

Black Holes: The Information Paradox

Black Holes: The Information Paradox. Andrew Buccilli PH2010 Sophomore Seminar. October 26, 2007. What is a Black Hole?. Region of extremely dense packed matter Gravity so strong that nothing can escape it Gravitation balances EM radiation. Sizes. 1. Supermassive Black Holes

By LeeJohn
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Introduction to Microwave Remote Sensing

Introduction to Microwave Remote Sensing

Introduction to Microwave Remote Sensing. Dr. Sandra Cruz Pol Microwave Remote Sensing INEL 6069 Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering, UPRM, Mayagüez, PR Fall 2008. Outline . What is radiometry? Importance of Microwaves Radar vs. Radiometer Brief history

By meara
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Chapter 17 Risk, Toxicology, & Human Health

Chapter 17 Risk, Toxicology, & Human Health

Chapter 17 Risk, Toxicology, & Human Health. Outline. 1. Risks & Hazards definitions, major types 2. Toxicology bioaccumulation, toxicity, dose–response curves 3. Chemical Hazards mutagens, teratogens, carcinogens, hormone disrupters 4. Physical Hazards

By neka
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Chapter 11 Modern Atomic Theory

Chapter 11 Modern Atomic Theory

Chapter 11 Modern Atomic Theory. Electromagnetic Radiation. Light is a form of electromagnetic (EM) radiation All forms of EM radiation are types of kinetic energy See page 306. EM Radiation. EM radiation can be described as traveling in waves or as packets of energy called photons.

By mystery
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Black Holes: The Information Paradox

Black Holes: The Information Paradox

Black Holes: The Information Paradox. Andrew Buccilli PH2010 Sophomore Seminar. October 26, 2007. What is a Black Hole?. Region of extremely dense packed matter Gravity so strong that nothing can escape it Gravitation balances EM radiation. Sizes. 1. Supermassive Black Holes

By deanna
(204 views)

Natural Light

Natural Light

Natural Light. The Physiology of Color The Natural Appearance of Things. Linear spectrum vs. color wheel. The spectrum spanning blue to red wavelengths has been thus far portrayed on a linear scale Nature also prefers this scheme prisms, rainbows, wavelengths, extension to IR, UV,…

By angelique
(175 views)

Microscopic definition of temperature

Microscopic definition of temperature

Some key results for QPM . Microscopic definition of temperature. Distribution of microstates. Microscopic definition of entropy. This applies to an isolated system for which all the microstates are equally probable. Systems in contact with a heat bath. Boltzmann distribution .

By mali
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General Physics (PHY 2140)

General Physics (PHY 2140)

General Physics (PHY 2140). Lecture 23. Modern Physics Relativity The principle of relativity The speed of Light. http://www.physics.wayne.edu/~apetrov/PHY2140/. Chapter 26. Lightning Review. Last lecture: AC circuits and EM waves EM waves Spectrum of EM radiation.

By alban
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NMR = N uclear M agnetic R esonance

NMR = N uclear M agnetic R esonance

NMR = N uclear M agnetic R esonance. Physical Principles:. Some (but not all) nuclei, such as 1 H, 13 C, 19 F, 31 P have nuclear spin. A spinning charge creates a magnetic moment, so these nuclei can be thought of as tiny magnets.

By kata
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Chapter 7 (Zumdahl) Electronic Structure of Atoms

Chapter 7 (Zumdahl) Electronic Structure of Atoms

Chemistry, The Central Science , 11th edition Theodore L. Brown; H. Eugene LeMay, Jr.; and Bruce E. Bursten. Chapter 7 (Zumdahl) Electronic Structure of Atoms. John D. Bookstaver St. Charles Community College Cottleville, MO. Waves.

By jeanne
(328 views)

Physics 121, Spring 2008 Mechanics

Physics 121, Spring 2008 Mechanics

Physics 121, Spring 2008 Mechanics. Frank L. H. Wolfs Department of Physics and Astronomy University of Rochester. Physics 121, Spring 2008. What are we going to talk about today?. Goals of the course Who am I? Who are you? Course information: Text books Lectures Workshops Homework

By vega
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7. RADIATION AND RADIATION PROTECTION

7. RADIATION AND RADIATION PROTECTION

7. RADIATION AND RADIATION PROTECTION. 7.1. RADIATION DOSIMETRY. Radiology is concerned with the application of radiation to the human body for diagnostically and therapeutically purposes. This requires an understanding of:. the basic nature of radiation.

By sharis
(174 views)

Telescopes & Light: Part 1

Telescopes & Light: Part 1

Telescopes & Light: Part 1. A Telescopes is a tool used to gather light from objects in the universe. There are two different types of telescopes:. A refracting telescope uses a glass lens to concentrate incoming light.

By patience
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Chapter 11 Modern Atomic Theory

Chapter 11 Modern Atomic Theory

Chapter 11 Modern Atomic Theory. This chapter helps us understand why chemicals do the things they do!!. What are atoms like? What is the structure of one? We learned a little about them earlier, and how they were grouped (on the Periodic Table)

By wolfe
(140 views)

An Introduction to Radio Astronomy 						Marcus Leech VE3MDL

An Introduction to Radio Astronomy Marcus Leech VE3MDL

An Introduction to Radio Astronomy Marcus Leech VE3MDL. Image appears courtesy NRAO/AUI. What is Radio Astronomy?. Astronomy at wavelengths from a few mm to tens of meters Visible light has wavelengths in the region of 500nm, that is, 5.0x10 -7 meters

By Pat_Xavi
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NEAR INFRA RED and Thermal Radiation Dr. M. M. Yagoub Dep. Of Geography, UAEU E-mail: myagoub@ua

NEAR INFRA RED and Thermal Radiation Dr. M. M. Yagoub Dep. Of Geography, UAEU E-mail: myagoub@ua

NEAR INFRA RED and Thermal Radiation Dr. M. M. Yagoub Dep. Of Geography, UAEU E-mail: myagoub@uaeu.ac.ae E-mail: myagoub@hotmail.com URL: http://www.angelfire.com/mo/yagoub. Overview . NEAR INFRA RED (NIR) NEAR INFRA RED Applications

By taffy
(210 views)

Objectives

Objectives

Objectives. Source of the Sun’s energy. Internal structure of the Sun. How do we find out the properties of the Sun’s interior? Evidence for Thermonuclear reactions. What is solar wind? Sunspots and their relationship with magnetic field. Eruptions in the atmosphere of the Sun.

By hina
(136 views)

Transition Metal Chemistry

Transition Metal Chemistry

Transition Metal Chemistry. The Chemistry of the d-block elements. The Periodic Table. p. s. d. Electronic configurations. Using the aufbau principle :. 1s 2 , 2s 2 , 2p 6 , 3s 2 , 3p 6 , 4s 2 , 3d 1. 1s 2 , 2s 2 , 2p 6 , 3s 2 , 3p 6 , 4s 2 , 3d 10.

By loren
(203 views)

Plasma Focus Fusion Devices

Plasma Focus Fusion Devices

Plasma Focus Fusion Devices. S Lee & S H Saw Institute for Plasma Focus Studies INTI University College, Malaysia. Gazi University Technical Education Faculty, Ankara 2 October 2009 10 am. Plan of Talk. Description of PF fusion devices- from small to big Experiments and results

By gamba
(364 views)

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