Ppt on kinetic theory class 11

Cluster Dynamical Mean Field Theory of the Copper Oxide Based Materials Cluster Dynamical Mean Field Theory of the Copper Oxide Based Materials Gabriel.

starting Hamiltonian to do LDA+DMFT gives parameters. 11 Causation: Reducing ed-ep helps Tc (pushing apical/where it fails spectacularly: essentially all of the interesting class of substances with magnetic inner shell atoms, most /methods for models in 2d-3d Guessing effective low energy theories. Dynamical Mean Field Theory. [ Exact in the Metzner Vollhard limit of infinite /) Haule and Kotliar Phys. Rev. B 76, 104509 (2007) Kinetic Energy Exchan ge Energy Real Space Momentum Space 26 Early studies of /


CH302: Unit 4 Exam Review Fundamentals of Nuclear, Kinetics.

to determine the value of k or concentration at a given time 11.Integrated rate laws: use the integrated rate laws to determine solve problems/data associated with reaction coordinate diagrams 22.Understand the attributes of transition state theory Kinetics Nuclear Learning Objectives Complete nuclear reactions with a given unknown (identify the missing/is concentration dependent 3.Temperature Higher temperature, higher rate always (in this class) Increases the rate based on the fact that the rate constant in/


IW Ontologies Dean S. Hartley III, Hartley Consulting Lee Lacy, DRC Paul Works, TRAC INFORMS National Meeting, Charlotte, 11/13/11.

11/201437 Ontology Design What is Ontology? Ontologies Provide Benefits Textual descriptions are ambiguous More formal representations enable more automated solutions Ontologies form a type of “compromise” between human readable text and computer processable data Relationships and restrictions between classes/ Infrastructure Environment Kinetic Environment Natural/Ontology © David J. Kilcullen, 2007 from “Counterinsurgency in Iraq: Theory and Practice, 2007” Operator’s View 80 Battlespace (+)(+) Effect (-)(-)/


Joe Bengiovanni and Erin Sicard Virtual Molecular Dynamics Laboratory Workshop July 1-12, 2002 Boston University Chemical Kinetics Unit.

theory, activation energy, catalysis, rates of reactions, first-order reactions, second-order reactions Audience Designed for 11 th/class. Supplement catalyst information with addition of Catalyst Simulab Adjustments/Adaptations First order Simulab questions and graphs from Yellow Book page 10 Toothpickase graph and questions homework Experimental Design performance assessmentExperimental Design Draining Buret activity question Crystal Violet lab report -rubric-rubric Lab writeup section of Buret Kinetics/


Gases Day 3 Standard 4:The kinetic molecular theory describes the motion of atoms and molecules and explains the properties of gases.

of a container but do not spread out to fill it. Solids maintain their own shape. Homework Review 11. The kinetic-molecular theory can explain why atmospheric pressure is greater at lower altitudes than at higher altitudes if we remember that gravity /. Skim pp. 423-432 Do problems pp. 432 #1- 4 (additional resources on class website) Skim pp. 423-432 Do problems pp. 432 #1- 4 (additional resources on class website) Optional: Flashcards: pascals, mm Hg, atmospheres, vapor pressure, Boyle’s Law, Charles/


Strong-field Gravity Frans Pretorius Princeton University Gravitational Wave Tests of Alternative Theories of Gravity in the Advanced Detector Era MSU,

explored with ppE templates Theory GRppE GR GR Business as usual Quantify the likelihood of GR being the underlying theory describing the event, within the class modeled by ppE /: the coefficients are not all independent in that we assume the usual forms for kinetic energy and angular momentum, and that to leading order the frequency and width of the/[Zrake & MacFadyen, ‘13], hypermassive NS collapse to a BH [Lehner et al, ’11 Too early to say how this could test GR, in particular given that many of the/


Physical Science Do Now 8/19/10 1. Sharpen pencil and sit in assigned seat 2. Write down 3 things that students do to make a class great and three things.

, how does one string make different musical notes? 3. Using wave theory, explain how making sound with a wind instrument is essentially the same/ front table and complete it. →pencil, all three sheets from yesterday: Energy notes, Recognizing Potential & Kinetic Energy, Energy Transformations  Review/re-teach energy types & forms  Learn/Practice Energy Transformations  Quiz/ 11/16/09 Please copy and answer each of the following questions: 1. Whose responsibility is it to be on time and present in class?/


2/1/06Atoms and Stars, Class 41 Atoms and Stars IST 2420 and IST 1990 Class 4 Winter 2006 Instructor: David Bowen Course web site: www.is.wayne.edu/drbowen/aasw06.

when we open eyes we see stars instantly, so speed is infinite 2/1/06Atoms and Stars, Class 417 Readings (Speed of Light cont’d) Arabs Avicena and Alhazen 11 th cent: light is something, cannot be in two places at once Roger Bacon ~1250 and Francis/ must be changed oAt the boundary, experiments and theories are changing At some point, tests are made, focus moves on oFor example, no change in Kinetic Theory of Heat for about 200 years 2/1/06Atoms and Stars, Class 455 Lab 3 Part 2 Is there a relationship/


Welcome to AP Chemistry. It is several things It is several things Equivalent of 1 year college inorganic Chemistry class Equivalent of 1 year college.

the other assignments are not turned in. What You Need for Class Paper Paper Pencil or pen, Pencil or pen, Calculator- scientific/is developed for why things behave the way they do Theory Theory Also regular patterns of how things behave the same in/will give you the correct units in your answer. Examples 11 yards = 2 rod 11 yards = 2 rod 40 rods = 1 furlong 40 rods/ Density Temperature A measure of the average kinetic energy A measure of the average kinetic energy Different temperature scales, all are talking/


Preview Lesson Starter Objectives Pressure and Force Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures Chapter 11.

your list into elements, compounds, and mixtures. Share your list with the class by writing it on the board. Section 1 Gases and Pressure Chapter 11 Objectives Define pressure, give units of pressure, and describe how pressure is / Pressure-Temperature RelationshipGay-Lussac’s Law: Pressure-Temperature Relationship The Combined Gas Law Chapter 11 Section 2 The Gas Laws Objectives Use the kinetic-molecular theory to explain the relationships between gas volume, temperature and pressure. Use Boyle’s law/


Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Table of Contents Chapter 11 Gases Section 1 Gases and Pressure Section.

Separate your list into elements, compounds, and mixtures. Share your list with the class by writing it on the board. Section 1 Gases and Pressure Chapter 11 Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Objectives Define/-Volume Relationship Chapter 11 Section 2 The Gas Laws Robert Boyle discovered that doubling the pressure on a sample of gas at constant temperature reduces its volume by one-half. This is explained by the kinetic-molecular theory: The pressure of/


Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Table of Contents Chapter 11 Gases Section 1 Gases and Pressure Section.

your list into elements, compounds, and mixtures. Share your list with the class by writing it on the board. Section 1 Gases and Pressure Chapter 11 Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu /Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures, continued Chapter 11 Section 1 Gases and Pressure Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Objectives Use the kinetic-molecular theory to explain the relationships between gas volume, temperature /


Atoms and Stars IST 2420 Class 3, February 2 Winter 2009 Instructor: David Bowen Course web site: www.is.wayne.edu/drbowen/aasw09.

ball; he ran to first base –Joining two complete sentences with comma is not accepted Atoms and Stars, Class 32/2/09 11 Number (singular/plural) Both subject and verb have number oIf these are not the same, signals conflict Members join/ (DB: polytheism) oOther Greeks had other theories – one argument Vs another In (modern) science, must find decisive experiment and do it – Davy and caloric Vs kinetic theory of heat, also 34’ of vacuum 2/2/09 Atoms and Stars, Class 326 Readings (cont’d) Hellenic Period 600/


Back Bires, 2007 Chapter 10 & 11: Gases Chapter 10: Page 300-330 Chapter 11: Page 332-359 Chlorine gas was used as a weapon in WWI.

using. (atm in this class) Back Bires, 2007 Slide /11.1: Kinetic Molecular Theory 11.1: Kinetic Molecular Theory 11.2: Physical Properties of Gasses 11.2: Physical Properties of Gasses 11.3: STP 11.3: STP 11.4: Volume-Temp relationships 11.4: Volume-Temp relationships 11.5: Volume-Pressure relationships 11.5: Volume-Pressure relationships 11.6: Density-Volume-Pressure-Temperature 11.6: Density-Volume-Pressure-Temperature 11.10: Ideal Gas Law 11.10: Ideal Gas Law 11.11: Graham’s Law 11.11: Graham’s Law 11/


1 PHYS 3313 – Section 001 Lecture #2 Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2013 Dr. Jaehoon Yu Class Organization and Various Info. Classical Physics Kinetic Theory of Gas.

Lecture #2 Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2013 Dr. Jaehoon Yu Class Organization and Various Info. Classical Physics Kinetic Theory of Gas Concept of Waves and Particles Conservation Laws and Fundamental Forces Atomic Theory of Matter Unsolved Questions of 1895 and New Horizon Unsolved Questions Today/Jaehoon Yu 7 Evaluation Policy Homework: 30% Exams –Mid-term Exam (Wed., Oct. 16): 20% –Final Comprehensive Exam (11 – 1:30pm, Mon, Dec. 9): 25% –Missing an exam is not permissible unless pre-approved No makeup test You/


Chemical Kinetics Chapter 14. Chemical kinetics is concerned with the speeds or rates of reaction.

Affect Reaction Rates (based on collision theory) Temperature at which the reaction occurs. The greater the temperature the greater the kinetic energy of collisions and more often collisions occur. 4 Factors that Affect Reaction Rates (based on collision theory) Presence of a catalyst- a /O 3 ] = 2/3 Δ [O 2 ] = 4.5 10 -5 mol O 3 /L s 14.5, 14.9 14.11 in class (back of chapter) 14.3 Concentration and Rate One way to study the effect of concentration is the consider how the initial rate reaction depends on/


Monday, June 6, 2011PHYS 1443-001, Spring 2011 Dr. Jaehoon Yu 1 PHYS 1443 – Section 001 Lecture #1 Monday, June 6, 2011 Dr. Jaehoon Yu Class Introduction.

Joules on the area less than 10 -4 m 2 )  Equivalent to the kinetic energy of a B727 (80tons) at the speed 193mi/hr  312km/hr /yu/ –Contact information & Class Schedule –Syllabus –Homework –Holidays and Exam days –Evaluation Policy –Class Style & Communication –Other information Office Hours: 10:00 – 11:00am, Mondays through Thursdays/ like water waves –Often provide insights for new experiments and ideas Theories: More systematically improved version of models –Can provide quantitative predictions that/


States of Matter Equations of State Ideal GasDeviations Van der WaalsVirial Series Kinetic Molecular Model Corresponding States Fluids Reduced Variables.

at times insensitive and offensive!] Please watch them before Friday’s class since I will be skipping the beginning parts of the next powerpoint (States of/afternoon and evening labs go on as scheduled. Dr. Ng. 9/11/13 – Lec sub Matter Three States of Matter LiquidGas Microscopic Molecular/of container. –Intermolecular forces (forces between gas molecules) negligible. Kinetic Energy => Root-mean-square Velocity => Kinetic Molecular Theory Kinetic Molecular Model – Formal Derivation Preliminary note: Pressure of gas caused /


Lecture 23: MOI & Torque. Kinetic energy of Rotation K = sum of ½ m v 2 for all parts of the body  Moment of inertia I  K = ½ I ω 2.

force: f= 10 N Newton II for Rotation Work and Rotational Kinetic Energy W = ∫ τ dθ P = dW/dt = τω/ bikewheel spinning on rope Post-lecture Exercise (11.7 – 11.10) In the sample problem on page /1715) – French “Sun King” Tycho Brahe Johannes Kepler Galileo Galilei Observations Phenomenology/Theory Experiment  Data  Predictions  test predictions Johannes Kepler–The Phenomenologist Key question: /virginia.edu/classes/109N/more_stuff/Appl ets/newt/newtmtn.htmlhttp://www.phys.virginia.edu/classes/109N//


Phy107 Fall 2006 1 Hour Exam 2: Wednesday, October 25th In-class, covering waves, electromagnetism, and relativity Twenty multiple-choice questions Will.

2: Wednesday, October 25th In-class, covering waves, electromagnetism, and relativity Twenty multiple-choice questions Will cover:Chapters 8, 9 10 and 11 Lecture material You should bring –1/kg B. 1.5 kg C. 0.1 kg Phy107 Fall 2006 20 Relativistic Kinetic Energy Might expect this to change in relativity. Can do the same analysis as we/tried to draw graphs in special relativity Phy107 Fall 2006 36 Idea behind geometric theory Matter bends space and time. Bending on a two-dimensional surface is characterized by/


Today is Wednesday, May 7 th, 2014 Pre-Class: What are the three (or four…or five) states of matter? What do you call the transitions between the phases?

Today is Wednesday, May 7 th, 2014 Pre-Class: What are the three (or four…or five) states of matter? What do you call the transitions between the phases? Please take a scavenger hunt and / that called? It’s a vacuum [Term 16]. No matter. Not even gas. Nothin’. – Like outer space! Kinetic Theory Kinetic energy [Term 10] is the energy of motion. – If you’re running, you’ve got a lot of motion. Kinetic theory [Term 11] states that all particles are in motion at all times, unless they’re at 0 K (-273 °C or -/


Preview Lesson Starter Objectives Pressure and Force Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures Chapter 11.

your list into elements, compounds, and mixtures. Share your list with the class by writing it on the board. Section 1 Gases and Pressure Chapter 11 Objectives Define pressure, give units of pressure, and describe how pressure is / Pressure-Temperature RelationshipGay-Lussac’s Law: Pressure-Temperature Relationship The Combined Gas Law Chapter 11 Section 2 The Gas Laws Objectives Use the kinetic-molecular theory to explain the relationships between gas volume, temperature and pressure. Use Boyle’s law/


Chemical Kinetics Chapter 13. Chemical Kinetics  Chemical reactions occur when the reactant species strike each other and interact to form products 

of temperature on the rate of reaction  To define collision theory and use it to explain observations of chemical kinetics  To determine how activation energy and collision frequency influence the rate/2 ) = -(E a /R) (1/T 1 – 1/T 2 ) Fig. 13-11, p. 540 The Arrhenius Plot Slope = -Ea/R 13.4 Models of Reaction Rates  / A discussion of complex reaction mechanisms (TB pp. 553-555) will be discussed in class but will not be tested….  Sample problems to test basic understanding of reaction mechanisms include/


Gases Chapter 11 (and 10). Warm up 1. What is a gas? 2. What is pressure? 3. What units are used to measure pressure?

101.3 kPa 1 mmHg = 1 torr Continuing Ch 11 Gases notes Given: atmospheric pressure = 0.830 atm Unknown: a. pressure in mm Hg b. pressure in kPa a. b. Pressure Conversions 1 atm = 760 mmHg = 101.3 kPa Factors that affect gases 1. Kinetic theory 2. Pressure 3. Volume 4. Temperature *affect / (determined from STP values) 8.31 L kPa/K mol 0.0821 L atm/K mol T = Temperature (K) Review of Ch 11 notes from last class What law should you use to solve? A gas has a volume of 800.0 mL at minus 23.00 °C and 300.0 torr/


Preview Lesson Starter Objectives Pressure and Force Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures Chapter 11.

your list into elements, compounds, and mixtures. Share your list with the class by writing it on the board. Section 1 Gases and Pressure Chapter 11 Objectives Define pressure, give units of pressure, and describe how pressure is / Pressure-Temperature RelationshipGay-Lussac’s Law: Pressure-Temperature Relationship The Combined Gas Law Chapter 11 Section 2 The Gas Laws Objectives Use the kinetic-molecular theory to explain the relationships between gas volume, temperature and pressure. Use Boyle’s law/


Unit 3 Enzymes. Catalysis and enzyme kinetics.. 3.1. Characteristics of biological catalysts. Coenzymes, cofactors, vitamins Enzyme nomenclature and classification.

than the uncatalysed reaction Ejemplos de reacciones catalizadas 10 11 times faster than the uncatalysed reaction The specificity depends /numbers are preceded by the letters EC (enzyme commission). First number: class Second number: subclass (electron donors, type of substrate, etc.) /3.2. ENZYME CATALYSIS Lock and key theory (Fisher, 1890) Induced fit theory (Koshland y Neet, 1968) Enzyme-substrate/depends on the substrate concentration 3.3. ENZYME KINETICS The rate of a enzymatic reactions depends on /


1 Alpha Decay Readings §Nuclear and Radiochemistry: Chapter 3 §Modern Nuclear Chemistry: Chapter 7 Energetics of Alpha Decay Theory of Alpha Decay Hindrance.

; 100  N  126 82  Z  90; 100  N  126 11 Alpha Decay Theory Alternate expression includes additional factor that describes probability of preformation of alpha particle inside parent nucleus /twice the radius àlower limit for velocity could be obtained from the kinetic energy of emitted alpha particle àHowever particle is moving inside a potential/Main transition to 60 keV above ground state is 5/2-, almost unhindered 5 classes of hindrance factors (half live measure/half life calculated) §Between 1 and /


Warm up 6/8 Which three elements make up most of the mass of most biological molecules? Coming events: 6/8 Cell parts notes/ activities 6/11 Worktime cell.

lined paper: explain the following concepts in complete sentences: Describe the theory of plate tectonics. What evidence is there of continental drift? What / in action:  Potential energy (stored in chemicals)  Gravitational potential energy  Kinetic Energy  Energy conversions  Conservation of Energy Use your best writing to explain these/assignments Quiz: Reaction Rates Assignment: Section 11.2 worksheet due at the beginning of class on Monday. Physical Science In-Class writing assignment 2/6 (due by /


TODAY’S AGENDA: Introduction to the Universe and Astronomy – Activity: Universe Analogy Homework: 1. Universe Analogy Activity due Tuesday 11-19/2013.

! Be prepared to share your posters with the class! You have the rest of the period! GO!!! The end TODAY’S AGENDA: Notes: Nebular Theory and the Sun – Activity: Universe Analogy Homework:/ due Tuesday 11-19/2013 for 25 Points What type of star is our sun classified as? Explain what nuclear fusion is? Explain the Nebular Theory What is a/ steep hill and pick up speed, the gravitational energy is being converted to kinetic energy What is Chemical Energy? Chemical energy is produced through reactions that occur /


Grade 11 Objective 5. 1During an investigation, students accelerated boxes using different forces and then determined the masses of the boxes. What is.

has the most powerful engine in its class. If the engine has more power, which of the following can the / Greeks’ theory of natural place has been replaced by a more recent theory involving gravitational force and — A atomic weight B inertial mass C air resistance D kinetic energy 34Which/6DApr 2004 TAKS – 45 74C5IPC 6DJul 2004 TAKS – 49 75J5IPC 6DJul 2004 TAKS – 54 Grade 11 Objective 5 Answer Key QuestionCorrect Answer Objective Measured Student ExpectationSource - item number 76F5IPC 6DApr 2006 TAKS –/


Status of Fusion Theory and Simulation Research in NFRI 6 th J-K Workshop/NIFS/2011 J.Y. Kim.

Class-Institute) Center Project government project for promoting the research capability of national institutes our center selected as one of the three centers (Fusion, Casncer, Brain) - Integrated modeling study of turbulent transport in fusion plasmas five year project (2009.12- 2014.11/ on NTV performed and in each collisional regime the theory has been established solidly. - Recently, the general solution of NTV has been obtained by solving drift kinetic equation (DKE) numerically and the results are in /


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صلبة والمتفاعلات غازات ( المحول في عوادم السيارات ) استخدام الحديد عند تحضير غاز النشادر من غازي الهيدروجين والنيتروجين. معظم العوامل المساعدة المستخدمة في الصناعات غير متجانسة. 11 Unit5: Reaction kinetics The graph demonstrates what a catalyst does to the reaction profile. Activity -Catalyst in/ flammable) o Propanol (propan-1-ol) (Highly flammable) o Butanol (butan-1-ol) (Highly flammable). Background theory Energy change = mass of solution x specific heat capacity x temperature change.  H = (mc p  T/


L01 Aug 251 EE 5340 Semiconductor Device Theory Lecture 1 - Fall 2009 Professor Ronald L. Carter

2nd ed., by Muller and Kamins, Wiley, New York, 1986. R Fundamentals of Semiconductor Theory and Device Physics, by Shyh Wang, Prentice Hall, 1989. R Semiconductor Physical Electronics, / during Final Review Week. Classes are held as scheduled during this week and lectures and presentations may be given. 11. Librarian to Contact: See/like interference phenomena for electrons to complete the duality model ©L02 Aug 2829 Newtonian Mechanics Kinetic energy, KE = mv 2 /2 = p 2 /2m Conservation of Energy Theorem/


Warm Up Find the speed of a 10kg object with 2000 J of energy?

marble by rolling it down ramps of different heights. Theory: Conservation of Energy: As Potential Energy decreases, kinetic energy increases, so by the time the ball reaches the flat/what is the net work done on the cart and its contents during the delivery? (11) width of 78 m. the flag’s mass is 1.24x103 kg, which may / massive stars are the brilliant blue stars designated as spetral class O. If a class O star with a mass of 3.38x1031kg has a kinetic energy of 1.10x1042J, what is its speed? Express /


Pietro Fré Dubna July 2003 ] exp[ / Solv H G @

classes of non compact coset manifolds Scalar cosets in d=4 In D=10 there are 5 consistent Superstring Theories In D=10 there are 5 consistent Superstring Theories. They are perturbative limits of just one theory/ Heterotic Superstring E8 x E8 in D=10 Heterotic Superstring SO(32) in D=10 M Theory D=11/ is no longer a coset manifold and the kinetic matrix of vectors can instead be determined form /


Unit I: Matter & Energy Textbook Chapters 1,2,11 & 12.

. Image taken from http://images.tutorvista.com/content/matter-states/diffusion-effusion-process.gif on 8/11/11. Video Kinetic Theory of Gases or Kinetic Molecular Theory (KMT) 1.Gas-composed of individual particles which are in continuous, random straight line motion 2/ Image taken from http://apollo.lsc.vsc.edu/classes/met130/notes/chapter4/graphics/parcel2.free.gif on 8/11/11. Image taken from http://reich-chemistry.wikispaces.com/file/view/P3.JPG on 8/11/11. solve? John Dalton (1766-1844) Image taken/


APPLICATIONS OF THE FIRST LAW

first law Kirchoff’s theorem Poisson’s equation Potential temperature KINETIC THEORY AND INTERNAL ENERGY Without delving into the kinetic theory of gases, we can make use of one of / potential temperature, Eq. (4.10), take logarithms and then total differentials: (4.11) Multiplying by cp and using the ideal gas law and the second version of the/and no work is done! Whoever said that doing no work is inefficient??????? In class example: Efficiency of the gasoline engine. The atmosphere as a heat engine: Our /


Astronomy 305/Frontiers in Astronomy

Astronomy 305/Frontiers in Astronomy Class web site: http://glast.sonoma.edu/ Prof. Lynn Cominsky Virial Theorem Stable galaxies should obey this law: 2K = -U where K=½mv2 is the Kinetic Energy U = -aGMm/r is the Potential Energy (a is usually 0.5 - 2, and depends on the/same underlying theory This new theory is known as M-theory (for Mother or Membrane) 12/2/03 Prof. Lynn Cominsky M-Theory Unification of five different types of superstring theory into one theory called M-theory M-theory has 11 dimensions 12//


Frank L. H. Wolfs Department of Physics and Astronomy

1955) Brief descriptions of Einsteins theories from 1905: The photoelectric effect An experimental test of the kinetic theory of heat The special theory of relativity The main focus: Einsteins theories of relativity (special and general) Impact of the theory of relativity Concluding remarks Resources/htm Einsteins Life: The early years. Einstein was born in 1879 in Ulm (Germany). His parents were middle-class German Jews. Soon after his birth, the family moved to Munich. In 1895 Einstein quit high school and/


Physical Science Semester 2 2012-13. Week of 1/28 – 2/1 Entry Task FOR THE WEEK. Write a sentence for each! Explain the difference between kinetic and.

- When water changes to ice in a freezer, where does the kinetic energy of the molecules transfer to? 2/11/13 Entry Task Why is science important? 2/12/13 Entry Task/ is the conflict between describing the very large and the very small? What is string theory? 5/13/13 Entry Task Who discovered that electricity and magnetism are related? Read pages/-school http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulations/category/ by-level/middle-school Back in class: observe and draw a light bulb. Create a circuit and light the bulb. 5/


Chemical Kinetics Rates associated with chemical reactions –How much of A goes away in a given time? –How much of C appears in a given time? –Units usually.

NO 2 - 2) Calculate k (on board) Back up a bit…[Actually, already done last class!] Definition of “Reaction Rate” To get one unambiguous rate, –Divide “rate of loss” or /–39 Table 12.6 Summary of Kinetics Info on 0 th, 1 st, and 2 nd Order Reactions (A bit later) Fig. 13.11, Tro 2 nd Order Integrated Rate/and Their Rate Laws NOTE: You can “know” the rate laws for elementary steps only (using collision theory—higher [ ]  more collisions) Examples (from Handout) What are the rate laws predicted by: –Mechanism/


A Novel Approach for Analyzing Kinetic Data from Variants of a Calcium-Binding Protein Third Biennial Undergraduate Statistics Project Competition 2011.

the solution, and another measurement taken. Fifteen measurements spanning the range from 10 -11 to 10 -5 M Ca 2+ were obtained in triplicate for each pcSCP /same sample. According to biochemical theory, kinetic data for proteins with multiple sites will form a sigmoidal curve between 0 and 1. The kinetically relevant portion of the graph / by computing its Euclidean distance to all categorized samples and polling the classes of the k closest samples, while SIMCA develops principal components models for/


Physical Science Semester 2 2012-13. Week of 1/28 – 2/1 Entry Task FOR THE WEEK. Write a sentence for each! Explain the difference between kinetic and.

When water changes to ice in a freezer, where does the kinetic energy of the molecules transfer to? 2/11/13 Entry Task Why is science important? 2/12/13 Entry Task/is the conflict between describing the very large and the very small? What is string theory? 5/13/13 Entry Task Who discovered that electricity and magnetism are related? Read /middle-school http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulations/category/ by-level/middle-school Back in class: observe and draw a light bulb. Create a circuit and light the bulb. /


1 1 An anisotropic hybrid non-perturbative formulation for N=2 4d non-commutative supersymmetric Yang-Mills theories. Tomohisa Takimi (TIFR) Ref) Tomohisa.

we want to calculate wider class of general dynamical quantities not /guaranteed, requiring no fine-tuning. 11 (2) 4 dimensional case,/kinetic term and continuum limit, we expand the bosonic link fields around as Deconstruction and continuum limit. 58 Continuum limit. *By taking *If fluctuation around is small, We can obtain the mass deformed 2d SYM with 8SUSY at the continuum limit 59 To provide the proper continuum limit, the fluctuation must be small enough compared with. But in the SUSY gauge theory/


Monday, Aug. 28, 2006PHYS 3446, Fall 2006 Jae Yu 1 PHYS 3446 – Lecture #1 Monday, Aug. 28, 2006 Dr. Jae Yu 1.Who am I? 2.Class time and location 3.Information.

 1000M Joules on 10 -4 m 2 )  Equivalent to the kinetic energy of a 20t truck at a speed 711 mi/hr 1500 physicists 130/ Monday, Aug. 28, 2006PHYS 3446, Fall 2006 Jae Yu 11 DØ Detector Weighs 5000 tons As tall as a 5 story/Class You will learn –Frontier physics and its history –Building blocks of matters are –How matters interact –The current theories that predict the nature –The experimental techniques to verify and test these theories –How we can make our lives better by establishing good theories/


Ch. 4 Temperature and Heat. Warm up (11-20-15) Do you think that heat and temperature are the same thing? – Use specific information from your daily lives.

are the same thing by completing the heat vs. temperature lab Warm up (11-24-15) What are some areas of our experimental design for this experiment/ learn now… Temperature depends on kinetic energy How temperature is measured How changes in temperature can affect matter Temperature depends on particle movement Kinetic Theory of Matter – All particles that/ successful in my class. Explain one thing that you could improve on for next semester in order to be more successful in my class. Outline Objectives Review/


Dear Class of 2011: Congratulations & Welcome to KAIST! Introduction to CH101H: General Chemistry I.

 5) Attendance & Attitude: 20pts (1-pt deduction for each missing class and unacceptable attitude; can be negative) 6 7 Chap1-Physical Principles Underlying Chemistry/, Isotopes Coulomb Force, Potential Energy e-e- 11 Chap 1. Physical Principles Underlying Chemistry 1.1 The/ classified as ① Synthesis and structure of matter ② Kinetics and dynamics involved in its transformation Modern Chemistry 15 1965/and carbon monoxide = 2) 21 Atomic Theory - J. Dalton Atomic Theory - J. Dalton Law of Combining Volumes /


AP Physics Week 03 09-08-09 Through 09-11-09 No School! Labor Day Monday09-08-09.

-09-09 + Are you more or less dense before or after the restroom? Objective  TSWBAT understand the kinetic theory model of an ideal gas Class Plans  Thermo notes: Total E. and Ideal Gas Law  Give Thermo HW #1: Ch 13 Rev/Kinetic Theory of Gases  HW: Thermo #1 due Monday  Quiz Tomorrow: will be a timed FR question  Prepare for FR quiz:  Calculator, pencil, EQ list Bellwork09-11-09 + Objective  TSWBAT find the average kinetic energy and the average speed of molecules in a gas sample at given temp. Class/


THE DYNAMICS OF VARIABLE MASS SYSTEMS

della Reale Accademia dei Lincei, Vol.11, pp. 626-632. 1936; Agostinelli: dynamic systems with variable mass "Sui Sistemi Dinamici di Masse Variabili". Atti della Reale Accademia delle Scienze di Torino, Classe di Scienze Fisiche, Matemat. Naturali, 71/ Series of Books and Monographs in Stability and Control Theory, Methods and Applications, 1998, 236 p. Much subtler: Lagrange Equation Recall the usual invariant mass form Kinetic Energy Lagrangean or Non-conservative generalized forces Lagrange Equations /


Note on Posted Slides These are the slides that I intended to show in class on Wed. Feb. 13, 2013. They contain important ideas and questions from your.

show all the slides during class. They are all posted here for completeness. PHY205H1S Physics of Everyday Life Class 11: Temperature, Specific Heat /. This was noted by Einstein and lead to his theory of General Relativity in 1915. Apparent direction of gravity inside/colored alcohol) Reading occurs when the thermometer and the object reach thermal equilibrium (having the same average kinetic energy per particle) Infrared thermometers operate by sensing IR radiation [image downloaded Jan.25 2013 from /


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