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Whenever your “information device”… computer, pad computer, smart phone, video streaming device, etc. … is connected to a network of any sort… home network, office network, the internet, etc. … by ...
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MIT-Harvard Center for Ultra-Cold Atoms Kids Day 2012, 2/3: At very low temperatures, many interesting and new physical effects are found. Physicists find surprises at very low temperatures. But how low is low? To get a feeling for how c...
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MIT-Harvard Center for Ultra-Cold Atoms Kids Day 2012, 1/1: Local youth visit the Harvard-MIT Center for Ultra-Cold Atoms for demos, lab tours, and talks as part of the Cambridge Science Festival. In addition to groundbreaking phys...
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03/28/2011 3:30 PM KresgeAngela Belcher, Germeshausen Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, and Biological Engineering; Christine Ortiz, Dean for Graduate Education MIT, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering; Sara Se...
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06/05/2010 KresgeDonald Sadoway, John F. Elliott Professor of Materials Chemistry; Department of Materials Science Engineering; Description: In a lecture that could have been titled, Better Education through Chemistry, Don Sadoway begi...
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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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A solid metal ring is placed on an iron core whose base is wrapped in wire. When DC current is passed through the wire, a magnetic field is formed in the iron core. This sudden magnetic field induces a current in the metal ring, which i...
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A bismuth-based superconducting disk sits on a copper base and is immersed in liquid nitrogen. Two small, very strong magnets are placed on top of the superconductor. The magnets levitate due to the expelled magnetic field from the supe...
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An introduction to some flow visualization techniques used at MIT. These methods help us understand the fluid dynamics of natural and manmade systems. I made this video to compile the sweet videos we've taken over the years. Otherwise ...
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