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crystallography ( 晶体学 )

crystallography ( 晶体学 )

crystallography ( 晶体学 ). Structure is important Type of structure we discussed called crystal structure ( 晶体结构 ) In crystals, atom groups (unit cells) are repeated to form a solid material. Structure is important "X-ray diffraction" is important method for study of materials.

By Melvin
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Geometry in Nature

Geometry in Nature

Geometry in Nature. By Rebecca Dow, Sara Howard, Julie Russell, Jessie Buchheim, and Jordann Tomasek. Symmetry. Definition-The preservation of form and configuration across a point, line or a plane. Transformations Types of Symmetry. Symmetry in Nature. Symmetry Can Be Found All Around Us.

By oshin
(389 views)

The Psychology of Error

The Psychology of Error

The Psychology of Error. Dr Maria Woloshynowych Imperial College, London META Network - Medication Error research meeting 3-4 March 2004. Human error. “We all make errors irrespective of how much training and experience we possess or how motivated we are to do it right”

By liam
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Lesson #3 Review A nimal Characteristics

Lesson #3 Review A nimal Characteristics

Lesson #3 Review A nimal Characteristics. Mrs. Allred 4 th Grade Science October 14, 2002. A. Animals are made of many cells. C. Animals produce offspring . B. All animals move in some way. D. Animals make their own food. Question 1 All of the following are TRUE about animals EXCEPT:.

By betty_james
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SAED Patterns of Single Crystal, Polycrystalline and Amorphous Samples

SAED Patterns of Single Crystal, Polycrystalline and Amorphous Samples

SAED Patterns of Single Crystal, Polycrystalline and Amorphous Samples. a. b. c. 020. 110. 200. r 1. r 2. Geometry for e-diffraction. Electron Diffraction. . Bragg’s Law : l = 2dsin . e -. l =0.037Å (at 100kV)  =0.26 o if d=4Å. d hkl. Specimen foil. l = 2d . L 2 .

By kalona
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LESSON 9–5

LESSON 9–5

LESSON 9–5. Symmetry. Five-Minute Check (over Lesson 9–4) TEKS Then/Now New Vocabulary Key Concept: Line Symmetry Example 1: Real-World Example: Identify Line Symmetry Key Concept: Rotational Symmetry Example 2: Identify Rotational Symmetry Key Concept: Three-Dimensional Symmetries

By bud
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Splash Screen

Splash Screen

Splash Screen. Five-Minute Check (over Lesson 9–4) CCSS Then/Now New Vocabulary Key Concept: Line Symmetry Example 1: Real-World Example: Identify Line Symmetry Key Concept: Rotational Symmetry Example 2: Identify Rotational Symmetry Key Concept: Three-Dimensional Symmetries

By valmai
(277 views)

Optical Mineralogy in a Nutshell

Optical Mineralogy in a Nutshell

Optical Mineralogy in a Nutshell. Use of the petrographic microscope in three easy lessons. Part III. © Jane Selverstone, University of New Mexico, 2003. A few new properties, and then some review…. Cleavage – number and orientation of cleavage planes

By dino
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Photobleaching fluorescent actin in a fibroblast

Photobleaching fluorescent actin in a fibroblast

Photobleaching fluorescent actin in a fibroblast. Experiment #1. The fluorescent mark moves backward with respect to the front cell edge ( and with respect to the substratum). Alberts Fig. 16.56. Slow moving cell. Conclusion: 1. Actin meshwork is flowing backward

By whitley
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Transformation symmetry line symmetry line of symmetry rotational symmetry

Transformation symmetry line symmetry line of symmetry rotational symmetry

Vocabulary. Transformation symmetry line symmetry line of symmetry rotational symmetry. Transformation. A transformation is a general term for four specific ways to manipulate the shape of a point, a line, or figure.

By micheline
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Symmetry and Reflections

Symmetry and Reflections

Symmetry and Reflections. Describe and identify lines of symmetry. Create reflections on a coordinate plane. Objectives. Vocabulary. If a line can be drawn through a figure so that the two halves match like a mirror image the figure has line symmetry .

By chana
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9.5 : Symmetry

9.5 : Symmetry

9.5 : Symmetry. I can identify line and rotational symmetries in two‐dimensional figures. I can identify plane and axis symmetries in three‐dimensional figures. If the images to the right describe symmetry, in your own words, define symmetry:. Vocabulary!. Example 1:.

By rian
(222 views)

Phylum Echinodermata

Phylum Echinodermata

Phylum Echinodermata. Spiny Skinned animals. Echinoderms– echin (spiny) and derma (skin). General information. Symmetry. Secondary Pentaradial Symmetry– the larvae are bilateral and the adults are radial. Body Development. Bilateral larvae Pentaradial adult. Videos:.

By shae
(156 views)

Lesson 3.1 Graph Cubic Functions

Lesson 3.1 Graph Cubic Functions

Lesson 3.1 Graph Cubic Functions. Goal Graph and analyze cubic functions. Vocabulary Page 126. A cubic function is a nonlinear function that can be written in the standard form y = ax 3 + bx 2 + cx + d where a ≠ 0. A function f is an odd function if f (- x ) =- f ( x ).

By zander
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10.3 day 1 Polar Coordinates

10.3 day 1 Polar Coordinates

10.3 day 1 Polar Coordinates. Greg Kelly, Hanford High School, Richland, Washington. One way to give someone directions is to tell them to go three blocks East and five blocks South. Another way to give directions is to point and say “Go a half mile in that direction.”.

By kinipela
(128 views)

Chapter 3

Chapter 3

Chapter 3. Motion in a Plane. Motion in a Plane. Vector Addition Velocity Acceleration Projectile motion. Graphical Addition and Subtraction of Vectors. A vector is a quantity that has both a magnitude and a direction . Position is an example of a vector quantity.

By miriam
(30 views)

Version number

Version number

0612345. Version number. Multiple-choice answer sheets: HB pencil only; ink will not work Fill circle completely No extra marks in answer area Erase well to change an answer. J. P. Student. Centre of Mass. Centre of Mass, Centre of Gravity. Serway 12.1-12.2; and parts of 9.5.

By kato
(116 views)

The Mini-Baja Project

The Mini-Baja Project

The Mini-Baja Project. Patrick Chittchang Pratik Desai Rehan Kazmi Brian Mok. ENME 471, Dr. Panos Charalambides. Outline. Project Objectives Design Methodology Boundary Conditions Mini-Baja Frames Results Conclusions Questions. Project Objectives.

By ianna
(241 views)

Optical Mineralogy in a Nutshell

Optical Mineralogy in a Nutshell

Optical Mineralogy in a Nutshell. Use of the petrographic microscope in three easy lessons. Part III. © Jane Selverstone, University of New Mexico, 2003. A few new properties, and then some review…. Cleavage – number and orientation of cleavage planes

By anana
(219 views)

The largest contribution to the mass of the atom is:

The largest contribution to the mass of the atom is:

The largest contribution to the mass of the atom is:. Higgs field providing fundamental particle mass by interacting with quarks Einstein’s E = mc 2 which accounts for quark motion and interaction Electric charge Nuclear binding energies. The impact of a magnetic field on a neutron is:.

By fionn
(112 views)

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