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Thin Film Materials (I)

Thin Film Materials (I)

Thin Film Materials (I). Thin films are used extensively in sensor applications. The typical thin-film deposition is less than 10  m thick. Many films are less than 1  m thick thus implying nanoscale dimensions. There are several methods of applying thin-films. Physical vapor deposition

By Gabriel
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Chapter 23

Chapter 23

Chapter 23. The Transition Elements and Their Coordination Compounds. The Transition Elements and Their Coordination Compounds. 23.1 Properties of the Transition Elements. 23.2 The Inner Transition Elements. 23.3 Highlights of Selected Transition Metals. 23.4 Coordination Compounds.

By omer
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The Organic Chemistry of Enzyme-Catalyzed Reactions Chapter 8 Decarboxylation

The Organic Chemistry of Enzyme-Catalyzed Reactions Chapter 8 Decarboxylation

The Organic Chemistry of Enzyme-Catalyzed Reactions Chapter 8 Decarboxylation. Decarboxylation Reactions Driving force for decarboxylation. Scheme 8.1. Decarboxylation of -Keto Acids. Scheme 8.2. Decarboxylation is accelerated in acid.

By alena
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Biopotential electrodes

Biopotential electrodes

Biopotential electrodes. A complex interface. Basics of Instrumentation, Measurement and Analysis 2011, 2012. the interface problem. To sense a signal a current I must flow !. But no electron e - is passing the interface!. metal cation. leaving into the electrolyte. No current.

By keala
(752 views)

Chapter 20

Chapter 20

Chapter 20. Transition Metals and Coordination Chemistry. Chapter 20: Transition Metals and Coordination Chemistry. 20.1 The Transition metals: A Survey 20.2 The First-Row Transition Metals 20.3 Coordination Compounds 20.4 Isomerism

By elon
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Ionic Equations & Reactions

Ionic Equations & Reactions

Ionic Equations & Reactions. Equations. Molecular equations – show the complete chemical formulas. Does not indicate ionic character Complete ionic equation – shows all ions. Actually how the particles exist in the solution. Steps for Writing Ionic Equations.

By briar
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MACiE – a Database 			 of Enzyme Reaction 					Mechanisms 					 Janet Thornton 					 EMBL-EBI

MACiE – a Database of Enzyme Reaction Mechanisms Janet Thornton EMBL-EBI

MACiE – a Database of Enzyme Reaction Mechanisms Janet Thornton EMBL-EBI July 2006. Enzymes in Data Resources (2005). No. enzymes Total No. %-tage in DB

By corbin
(233 views)

Chapter 14

Chapter 14

Chapter 14. Energy Generation in Mitochondria and Chloroplasts. Protons In H 2 O. H + can move along the H-bonds in H 2 O Dissociating from one molecule to associate with the next one. Transfer of H + and e -.

By rosine
(291 views)

Potentiometry

Potentiometry

Potentiometry. Potential measurements of electrochemical cells Ion selective methods Reference electrode Indicator electrode Potential measuring device Reference electrode Indicator electrodes Ion specific electrodes Potentiometric measurements. Reference electrode. Known half-cell

By zed
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Metal Complexes -- Chapter 24

Metal Complexes -- Chapter 24

Metal Complexes -- Chapter 24. Metal Complex -- consists of a set of ligands that are bonded to a central metal ion by coordinate covalent bonds . e.g. Cu 2+ + 4 L --> [CuL 4 ] 2+ ( L = NH 3 , H 2 O, etc) Ligands are Lewis Bases and can be:

By nariko
(271 views)

linkedin/in/newnatureparadigm

linkedin/in/newnatureparadigm

Four Levels of Clean, Low Cost, Less Known Water Technology for Industrial / Commercial / Agricultural Applications. Environmentally Friendly, Economical, Effective Water Cleantech for The Future. Ben Rusuisiak New nature paradigm TECH analysis vancouver, BC, CANADA, updated Feb10, 2017.

By caelan
(119 views)

Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding. Ionic and Covalent. Chemical Bond. Forms between atoms if their valence electrons make a new arrangement that has less energy then their previous arrangement (more stable together than separate) Atoms can lose, gain or share electrons to form bonds. Review: Octet Rule:.

By manon
(158 views)

Topic 9

Topic 9

Topic 9. Reactions of Acids. L Forsyth – St Thomas Aquinas Secondary. Neutralisation. the reaction of acids with neutralisers e.g adding lime to acidic soil moves the pH of an acid towards 7 moves the pH of an alkali towards 7 the reaction of H + (aq) to form H 2 O

By jayme
(84 views)

Acids, Bases

Acids, Bases

Acids, Bases. & Salts. Naming Acids. Binary acids hydro (element) ic acid HF Ternary acids replace the anion suffix -ate with -ic H 2 SO 4 replace the anion suffix -ite with -ous H 2 SO 3. Arrhenius Acids Ionize to form H + in water

By nigel
(128 views)

Nomenclature Notes

Nomenclature Notes

Nomenclature Notes. I. Writing Formulas for Binary Molecular Compounds- those containing 2 nonmetals. Prefix naming system - know theses prefixes: mono – one di – two tri – three tetra – four penta - five hexa – six hepta – seven octa - eight nona – nine deca – ten.

By lamis
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RFSS: Part 2 Lecture 11 Uranium Chemistry and the Fuel Cycle

RFSS: Part 2 Lecture 11 Uranium Chemistry and the Fuel Cycle

RFSS: Part 2 Lecture 11 Uranium Chemistry and the Fuel Cycle. Readings: Uranium chapter: http://radchem.nevada.edu/classes/rdch710/files/uranium.pdf Chemistry in the fuel cycle Uranium Solution Chemistry Separation Fluorination and enrichment Oxide Metal

By byrd
(176 views)

Advanced Bioprocess Engineering Enzymes & Enzymes Kinetics

Advanced Bioprocess Engineering Enzymes & Enzymes Kinetics

Advanced Bioprocess Engineering Enzymes & Enzymes Kinetics. Lecturer Dr. Kamal E. M. Elkahlout Assistant Prof. of Biotechnology. Enzyme (Basic Principle). III. Other factors involved in rate acceleration. Desolvation:

By brock
(245 views)

Unit 7: Redox &

Unit 7: Redox &

Unit 7: Redox &. Electrochemistry. Bell Ringer. What information does the oxidation number give you?. C 3 H 8 O + CrO 3 + H 2 SO 4  Cr 2 (SO 4 ) 3 + C 3 H 6 O + H 2 O. Electrical production (batteries, fuel cells). REDOX reactions are important in …. Purifying metals (e.g. Al, Na, Li).

By rafe
(204 views)

Unit 1 – Day 9

Unit 1 – Day 9

Unit 1 – Day 9. Qualitative Analysis. Qualitative Analysis Techniques. Qualitative analysis uses physical and chemical properties to identify substances. We have already learned two such techniques: Ionic and covalent properties Spectroscopy

By pearly
(91 views)

Naming Ionic Compounds

Naming Ionic Compounds

Naming Ionic Compounds. Warm Up – Putting it together. What is a compound? Draw a Bohr-Rutherford diagram of a Hydrogen and Oxygen atom How do you think the compound H 2 O is formed? . Learning Goals. By the end of class, I will be able to : Understand how ionic compounds are formed

By neil
(99 views)

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