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A 100uF capacitor is charged to 3kV (450 joules) and then discharged through a thin iron wire, causing it to explode.
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A small amount of water is placed inside an airtight copper tube, with the end sealed by a rubber stopper. The tube is heated using a blowtorch, causing the water inside to boil. As the water changes from a liquid to a gas the pressure i...
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Tim Grove's research focus is on the processes that have led to the chemical differentiation of the crust and mantle of the Earth and on the processes of formation and evolution of the interiors of other planets, including the moon, Mars...
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Emile Bruneau, a postdoctoral associate in Rebecca Saxe's lab at the McGovern Institute, is interested in the psychology of human conflict. He is working with Saxe to figure out why empathy — the ability to feel compassion for another pe...
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An interview with Bob Silbey about John Waugh, on the occasion of the awarding of the Welch Foundation Award to Dr. Waugh for his ground-breaking work in nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy in 2011. Video courtesy of the Welch ...
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