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Taught by Phillip Isola Exercises and references posted here: https://stellar.mit.edu/S/project/bcs-comp-tut/ Thanks to BCS seminar committee and postdoc committee (especially Evan Remington) for help with organizing and funding...
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Taught by Larry Abbott Exercises and references posted here: https://stellar.mit.edu/S/project/bcs-comp-tut/ Thanks to BCS seminar committee and postdoc committee (especially Evan Remington) for help with organizing and funding....
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The aim of this lesson is to introduce the concepts of Electrochemistry and Electroplating and to present their applications in our daily lives.
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This lesson will explore the connections between magnetism in natural materials and electromagnetism. The ultimate goal will be for students to form an understanding that the source of magnetism in natural materials is moving charges. It...
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10/07/2010 4:45 PM 10"250Dr. Charles C"Y Zhang, Ph.D. 94, Founder, Chairman CEO SOHU.COMDescription: Few better personify the vitality and ambition fueling China's economic surge than Charles C"Y Zhang. In this energetic and revelatory ...
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The main concern in this talk is a possible IT framework for enabling deployment of new hardware technologies into the existing system at value. We explain how the proposed IT framework could evolve in synchrony with the existing utility...
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Inaugural Leadership Event, November 19, 2011
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Professor Mary-Lou Pardue talks about her life in science and biology. Part of the "Conversations with Scientists" series sponsored by the MIT Department of Biology and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
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This demonstrates the ideal gas law (PV=nRT) which states that a drop in temperature with fixed mass and external pressure will result in a smaller volume, and vice versa.
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