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Electromagnetic Radiation

Electromagnetic Radiation

Electromagnetic Radiation. Oscillating electric and magnetic fields propagate through space Virtually all energy exchange between the Earth and the rest of the Universe is by electromagnetic radiation Most of what we perceive as temperature is also due to our radiative environment

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Radiation and the Planetary Energy Balance

Radiation and the Planetary Energy Balance

Radiation and the Planetary Energy Balance. Electromagnetic Radiation Solar radiation warms the planet Conversion of solar energy at the surface Absorption and emission by the atmosphere The greenhouse effect Planetary energy balance. Spectrum of the sun compared with that of the earth.

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Radiation and the Planetary Energy Balance

Radiation and the Planetary Energy Balance

Radiation and the Planetary Energy Balance. Electromagnetic Radiation Solar radiation warms the planet Conversion of solar energy at the surface Absorption and emission by the atmosphere The greenhouse effect Planetary energy balance. Spectrum of the sun compared with that of the earth.

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ABSORPTION BANDS

ABSORPTION BANDS

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Absorption

Absorption

Absorption. 4.1 Some Materials Can Absorb Water. Circle the objects that absorb water. coin. Rain coat. sponge. tissue. Paper clip. handkerchief. Wooden block. Rubber gloves. Circle the objects that absorb water. coin. Rain coat. sponge. tissue. Paper clip. handkerchief.

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Absorption

Absorption

Absorption. Affected by physiological factors route of administration drug distribution drug chemical physical properties dissolution rate (solids) hydrophilicity/hydrophobicity. Pathways of Oral Absorption. Two main mechanisms of transport across the gastrointestinal membrane:

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Absorption

Absorption

Absorption. D. Crowley, 2007. Absorption. To know what happens to food molecules once they have been absorbed into the blood. Anagrams. Can you work out the anagrams? Zeenym Gdestioni Fdoo Taf Cesbhydraoat Tinproe Llivi Eintintes. Enzyme. Digestion. Food. Fat. Carbohydrate.

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Absorption

Absorption

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Bands

Bands

Bands. The Wanted. Take That. The Vamps. West Life . R5.

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Absorption

Absorption

Absorption. Bringing the dirty effluent gas into contact with the scrubbing liquid and subsequently separating the cleaned gas from the contaminated liquid Absorption is a basic chemical enginnering unit operation which in the APC field is reffered as scrubbing

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ABSORPTION

ABSORPTION

ABSORPTION. Digestion and Absorption of Food Nutrients. Digestion Proteins break down to amino acids Carbohydrates break down to simple sugars Fats break down to fatty acids and glycerol. Absorption. Digestion and absorption do not take place one step at a time as isolated functions

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Absorption

Absorption

Absorption. Definition Equipment Packing materials Design considerations: Mass balance High gas flow Mass flow Concentrated systems HTU and NTU. Reading: Chap. 13. img.alibaba.com/photo/50678451/Ceramic_Metal_... . Definition.

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Absorption

Absorption

E. 2. 2. a . absorption. a. b. c. b . spontaneous emission. c . stimulated emission. E. 1. 1. Spontaneous emission. M *  M + h  . M* (in state 2) spontaneously emits a photon of radiation. Stimulated emission. M * + h   M + 2h  .

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