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Nuclear Energy

Nuclear Energy

Nuclear Energy. Mass and energy. Einstein suggested that mass and energy are related by E=mc 2 (c = 3.0 x 10 8 m/s) E: energy, m: mass, c: speed of light Converting the mass of one penny could provide the entire energy requirements for 700 people for one year

By moshe
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Blood

Blood

Blood. Human Anatomy Chapter 17. I. Overview: Composition of Blood

By synclair
(145 views)

Hematology

Hematology

Hematology. Fish Health Management . Cold Blooded Vertebrates. Primary site of hematopoiesis is anterior fourth of the kidney Spleen is a accessory area of hematopoiesis as well as the site for blood cell destruction

By sana
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PLANT HISTOLOGY

PLANT HISTOLOGY

PLANT HISTOLOGY. Only found in eukaryotic plants = specialized organells – uinque to plants Come in several forms Fx = involved in metabolism. PLASTIDS. Have a x2 (envelope) membrane 2 internal phases Membrane system Stroma/matrix Why are they called plastids?. PLASTIDS: Structure.

By gambhiri
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Chapter 30 Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity

Chapter 30 Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity

Chapter 30 Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity. 30.1 Structure and Properties of the Nucleus. Nucleus is made of protons and neutrons Proton has positive charge:. Neutron is electrically neutral:. 30.1 Structure and Properties of the Nucleus.

By korbin
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Applications of the elements

Applications of the elements

Applications of the elements. Radioactivity. Elements with unstable nuclei are said to be radioactive Eventually they break down and eject energetic particles and emit high-frequency electromagnetic radiation Involves the decay of the atomic nucleus, often called radioactive decay.

By giuseppe
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Changes in the Nucleus

Changes in the Nucleus

Changes in the Nucleus. A Puzzling Question. Why don’t the protons in the nucleus push out each other?. What makes nucleus stable. Strong nuclear force The neutron-to-proton ratio: (a) More protons there are, more neutrons required → Higher the atomic number, higher the ratio

By norman
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Testicular Pathology

Testicular Pathology

Testicular Pathology. Shaesta Naseem. Normal Anatomy. Testicular diseases. Epididymitis And ORCHITIS : Inflammatory conditions are generally more common in the epididymis than in the testis

By sienna
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Search for in muonic atom at COMET experiment

Search for in muonic atom at COMET experiment

Search for in muonic atom at COMET experiment. m. e. e. e. Masato Yamanaka (ICRR, Univ. of Tokyo). Masafumi Koike (Saitama Univ.) Yoshitaka Kuno (Osaka Univ.) Joe Sato (Saitama Univ. ). Collaborators . Introduction . Introduction . In Standard Model (SM) .

By shira
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Chapter 9: Nervous System

Chapter 9: Nervous System

Chapter 9: Nervous System . Functions. Sensors Monitor external and internal environment Processing Receives information, integrates it, and decided what to do Effectors Carries messages to effectors and tells them what to do. Types of Nervous Cells. Neurons Main cell of nervous tissue

By sidone
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The cardiovascular system: blood

The cardiovascular system: blood

The cardiovascular system: blood. Chapter 11: Hematology. The functions of blood. Transportation : of dissolved gases, nutrients, hormones, and metabolic wastes. Regulation : of pH , blood clotting, body temperature, and renal control .

By elan
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Building a CANDU reactor

Building a CANDU reactor

Building a CANDU reactor. Nuclear Reaction Review. Uranium has a large nucleus which is barely stable The addition of another subatomic particle into the nucleus can force the nucleus to become unstable

By mihaly
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The Fungi

The Fungi

The Fungi. By: Anesa & Albiona . Characteristics of Fungi . Fungi are non – motile. They release digestive enzymes into their environment. These enzymes break down the dead organic matter than fungi absorbs digestive food through cell wall.

By zorina
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FUSION AND FISSION

FUSION AND FISSION

FUSION AND FISSION. THE SUN.

By joben
(297 views)

High energy collisions in AdS

High energy collisions in AdS

High energy collisions in AdS. Yoshitaka Hatta U. Tsukuba. Asian triangle heavy-ion conference 2008/10/13. Outline. Motivation Gluon saturation in QCD DIS and e+e- annihilation in s SYM Jets at strong coupling? Jet decay at finite temperature . Jet quenching at RHIC.

By grover
(125 views)

Physics Review

Physics Review

Physics Review. JEOPARDY. S2C07 Jeopardy Review. Static Electricity. Waves. Radioactivity. The Atom. Current Electricity. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500.

By chuck
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Galaxy Classification

Galaxy Classification

Galaxy Classification. Edwin Hubble was the first person to establish the distances to other galaxies. Because he studied so many galaxies, he began to classify them into different types. The shape and color of a galaxy tell us a lot about the events that have happened within that galaxy.

By nasia
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Modification of Fragmentation Function in Strong Interacting Medium

Modification of Fragmentation Function in Strong Interacting Medium

Modification of Fragmentation Function in Strong Interacting Medium. Enke Wang (Institute of Particle Physics, Huazhong Normal University) Introduction Modification of Frag. Func. in Cold Nucleus Modification of Frag. Func. in QGP Medium Summary

By liang
(116 views)

Chapter 18: Radioactivity and Nuclear 		 Reactions

Chapter 18: Radioactivity and Nuclear Reactions

18. Table of Contents. 18. Unit 4: The Nature of Matter. Chapter 18: Radioactivity and Nuclear Reactions. 18.1: Radioactivity. 18.2: Nuclear Decay. 18.3: Detecting Radioactivity. 18.4: Nuclear Reactions. Radioactivity. 18.1. The Nucleus.

By china
(204 views)

Chapter 3 Suffixes

Chapter 3 Suffixes

Chapter 3 Suffixes. I. Rules. A . Noun suffixes. Don’t forget to drop the combining vowel if the suffix begins with a vowel Ex: arth / ralgia = pain in the joints Ex: rect /o/ cele = hernia in the rectum B. Adjective suffixes

By kenyon-oneill
(175 views)

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