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M. Dennefeld, Corfu, Sept. 2007. « Enhancement » activity in N6.3 Definition: « Enhancing the efficiency of research » Concerns researchers having a degree.

in Garching in 2004 Successfull submission of Marie-Curie program (Neon schools: 6 planned 2005-8/Marie-Curie program 2005-2008, to « Enhance » skills in observationnal astronomy OPTICON provides lecturers and experts Schools either at the telescope, or using archival data (or combination of both) Principally for PhD students (or post-docs) Work in small groups (4 students) with supervision by experienced « tutor » Around real research program, with results! M. Dennefeld, Corfu, Sept. 2007. Accomplished/


 The right to vote; Suffrage was a goal of the middle and lower- classes in Western Europe and the United States during the mid-19 th century and became.

psychology, and the arts caused people to question previous knowledge and created a culture of modernity. While scientists such as Marie Curie and Albert Einstein were reshaping people’s understanding of the external world, Sigmund Freud was shaping their perceptions of the /. Europeans governed people in a parental way by providing for their needs but not giving them rights. To accomplish this, Europeans brought in their own bureaucrats and did not train local people in European methods of governing. /


THE RENAISSANCE ANALZYE THE INFLUENCE OF HUMANISM ON THE VISUAL ARTS IN THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE TO WHAT EXTENT DID WOMEN PARTICIPATE IN THE RENAISSANCE.

driving force to one’s psychological make-up Repressed sexual desires lead to psychological problems Dreams Hypnosis Marie Curie Max Planck Albert Einstein Discovered first radioactive element with her husband Max Planck Quantum theory that /movement under King Victor Emmanuel, Count Cavour and Garibaldi Realpolitik replaced romanticism Political outgrowth of Realism Accomplishing political goals through practical means Idealism is replaced with Machiavellian actions Prime Minister Count Cavour Editor /


CALENDAR OF FEMALE MATHEMATICIANS AS A SECONDARY SCHOOL CLASSROOM DIARY PREMA WORKSHOP, BARCELONA, JANUARY 2007.

Susan Bell Burner Marie Curie Carmen Jalón Ranchal. CEP "Luisa Revuelta".Córdoba 8 2006 Al índice Marie Anne Pierrette Rozsa Péter Heddu´Anna Lucy Cartwright Lady Mary Wortley Elena Piscopia Rosalind Franklin Mileva Maric Irene Joliot- Curie Rosalyn Sussman Agnodice /by any other reasons. Carmen Jalón Ranchal. CEP "Luisa Revuelta".Córdoba 14 CONCLUSION The most important achievement accomplished has been the evolution in the students’ perception of the calendars in the course of the years. The Calendars /


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does not work? Handling Our Own Feelings Hope! Yet expect delays in what you want to accomplish. The individual’s behavior is not intended to simply challenge your authority, but is rather a reflection/ with Social Blindness Thomas Edison - Inventor Social difficulties, Learning Problems Wolfgang Mozart - Composer Social Difficulties Famous People Marie Curie – Nobel prize winner in chemistry Social difficulties, discovered radioactive elements Temple Grandin – designer of livestock handling facilities,/


Global ReadingAfter ReadingSupplementary ReadingBefore ReadingDetailed Reading Unit 5 True Height Group Discussion Coming Out of the Dark B R _ main English.

3 5. 迈克尔一下子被围住了,人们拥抱他,祝贺他所取得的一生 中最辉煌的成就。 Michael was immediately surrounded by people hugging and congratulating him on the greatest accomplishment of his life. 6. 我认为在这整个世界里,就我一个人被选中去受苦受难。 I believed that in this whole world I alone had been chosen/ TO A SCIENTISTS’ BALL Global ReadingAfter ReadingSupplementary ReadingDetailed ReadingBefore Reading Unit 5 True Height Pierre and Marie Curie were radiating enthusiasm; Einstein thought it would be relatively easy to attend; Volta was electrified and/


Chapter 3 Changing the Properties of Metals. Metals.

which metals are no longer magnetic. For iron this temperature is 1414°F. (It is named for Pierre Curie, husband of Marie Curie.) Phase- A portion of an alloy, physically homogeneous throughout, that is separated from the rest of the/ of carbon content. Heat Treatment Processes Surface hardening- Usually refers to the hardening of the surface of steel; this can be accomplished two ways: –using a steel with sufficient carbon to achieve the hardness desired –heat treating just the surface, or raising the/


South Dade Senior High School Mr. Sackman.  What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of the word nuclear?  I have done a poll.

with a nuclear reaction?  When something is unstable in this universe what does it intend to accomplish?  A nuclear reaction is obviously what?  A reaction that effects the nucleus of an atom  What is this nuclear reaction attempting/, they later discovered polonium, and radium to be as well.  Both won a Nobel Prize for their work with radioactive materials. Marie Curie later became the recipient of another Nobel Prize and became the first person to receive a noble prize in both Chemistry and Physics. /


Atomic Model Scientists Nuclear Chem ParticlesPotpourri 100 200 300 400 500 Final.

on an electron. Answer Answer Scientists Scientists 100 Answer Millikan Scientists 200 Scientists Describe three of Marie Curie’s unique accomplishments as a scientist. Answer Scientists Scientists 200 Answer Helped discover radioactivity. Discovered and named two new/ changed the idea of the “indivisible” atom. Answer Answer Scientists Scientists 500 Answer Henri Becquerel, Marie Curie, Pierre Curie The fact that something can be emitted from the atom indicated that it must have subatomic particles./


Atomic Model Scientists Nuclear Chem ParticlesPotpourri 100 200 300 400 500 Final.

to win 2 Nobels. Established use of X-Rays in WWI. Scientists 200 Scientists Describe two of Marie Curie’s unique accomplishments as a scientist. Answer Scientists 300 Scientists Name the discoverer of the neutron. Answer Answer Scientists Scientists /this discovery changed the idea of the “indivisible” atom. Answer Answer Scientists Scientists 500 Answer Henri Becquerel, Marie Curie, Pierre Curie The fact that something can be emitted from the atom indicated that it must have subatomic particles. Nuclear /


Welcome to Presentation Plus! Presentation Plus! Glencoe Writer’s Choice: Grammar and Composition, Grade 9 Copyright © by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

be a noun or a verb. As a noun, it means “result.” As a verb, it means “to bring about” or “to accomplish.”  Usage Glossary (cont.) –The mayor’s policies have affected every city agency.  –The mayor’s policies have had a good effect /flight; its distance was (fewer/less) than 150 feet. 2.The French chemist Marie Curie, working (beside/besides) her husband, Pierre Curie, discovered the element radium. 3.The Curies’ work caused scientists to (raise /rise) their hopes about treating certain medical problems./


Nuclear Chemistry Do Now What do you think nuclear chemistry is?

the pieces of evidence for the fact that atoms are made of smaller particles came from the work of Marie Curie (1876-1934). She discovered radioactive decay, the spontaneous disintegration of some elements into smaller pieces and the / bonding, not protons and neutrons Radioactive decay= the spontaneous disintegration of an unstable nucleus into a slightly lighter nucleus, accomplished by the emission of particles, electromagnetic radiation, or both. Transmutation = a change in the identity of a nucleus/


Writing Across the Curriculum Who’s Who A Who’s Who Selection of Interesting Subjects.

that way? It’s difficult to think of science and not think ofIt’s difficult to think of science and not think of Marie Curie. Marie Curie. Add Enrico Fermi to the list of science giants that escaped Fascism to come to the United States. ItaliansThe Italians let Fermi “/to have been born with a full head of white hair. Even wise as a child? “Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.”Legendary founder of Taoism, Lao Tzu. Said to have been born with a full head of white hair. Even wise as a child?/


Unit 4: Poor Experimental Design, Community of Scientists, Ethics, Critical Thinking Core 270 Spring 2008 Dr. Sharon Fredericks.

Nationality, race, gender, religion, political persuasion Work should not be judged on the past accomplishments of the scientist Disinterestedness is not the same as uninterestedness. Scientists should conduct work without __________/Pauling is the only person to receive 2 unshared Nobel prizes (chemistry, peace). 3 other individuals (J. Bardeen, physics; Marie Curie, physics & chemistry; F. Sanger, chemistry) and 2 organizations (Red Cross & UNHCR) have received multiple Nobel prizes./


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.edu 660-562-1995 www.nwmissouri.edu/rpdc MARY POPPINS AND BEHAVIORAL INFLUENCE Mary Poppins #1 Question Time What are words you would use to describe / out a piece of paper and write the teacher a note…. Dear Ms. Curie, Sally has worked hard for one hour on this assignment and cannot complete it/ they will likely be more successful in accomplishing what their teacher desires. If regular feedback comes, informing students of their progress in accomplishing goals, students will use this formative assessment/


Famous Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Medicine

between enzymes and their substrates in biological systems Assistant and then full professor at the University of Pittsburgh Accomplished painter Gerty Cori 1896-1957 One of only a few female students to study medicine at the German Charles/the Manhattan Project, contributing research on uranium separation by gaseous diffusion. Nicknames included “First Lady of Physics,” the “Chinese Marie Curie,” and “Madam Wu.” Was the first living scientist to have an asteroid named after her: 2752 Wu Chien-Shiung./


复旦大学核科学与技术系 沈皓 Introduction to Nuclear Technology.

radioactivity The uranium salt produced an intense silhouette of itself on the photographic plate 1 Bq = 1 DPS Marie and Pierre Curie 1898, named the emissions (alpha & beta) from uranium radioactivity Discovered the chemical elements radium and polonium/ of chemical and physical reactions. Nuclear reactions change the atomic nuclei and thus the identities of nuclides. They are accomplished by bombardment using subatomic particles or photons. She points it to the rock, and the rock turns into gold./


Medicine of the New Time Lecture 4. Lecture Plan 1. Introduction 2. Medicine during the 1700s. 3. Medicine 1800-1899.

of public health and preventive medicine, like Johann Peter Frank (1745-1821), sometimes urged states to adopt authoritarian methods to accomplish their goals and ideals. By studying the lives of peasants and workers, reformers hoped to make physicians and philosophers see how/ and treatment followed the discovery of X rays by Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, in 1895, and of radium by Pierre and Marie Curie in 1898. Before the turn of the century, too, the vast new field of psychiatry had been opened up by Sigmund/


Chapter 24 An Age of Modernity and Anxiety, 1894 - 1914.

Enlightenment Late 19 th century - scientists questioned established scientific theories Marie Curie (1867-1934) and Pierre Curie (1859-1906) Marie won Nobel Prizes in physics & chemistry Discovered radiation (Marie ironically died from leukemia) Atoms – small worlds with protons/, educated Indians began to seek self government Possible Test Question The Meiji Restoration in Japan Successfully accomplished the expulsion of all foreigners from the country. Created a political system democratic in form but /


LEUCIPPUS BIOGRAPHY Little is known about Leucippus although he lived in the first half of the 5 th century BC. He originated from Greece but later spent.

MARIE CURIE BIOGRAPHY Curie who has a polish upbringing and struggled being a female scientist was actually the fist person not just woman to with the Nobel prize for physics and for chemistry. The French Academy of Science refused to allow her as a member just because she was a woman. THEORY Her main accomplishment/ was her theory of radioactivity, no one had even heard of radioactivity before Curie. She also created techniques for the isolation of /


复旦大学核科学与技术系 沈皓 Introduction to Nuclear Technology.

the discovery of radioactivity The uranium salt produced an intense silhouette of itself on the photographic plate 18 Marie and Pierre Curie 1898, named the emissions (alpha & beta) from uranium radioactivity Discovered the chemical elements radium and polonium/ of chemical and physical reactions. Nuclear reactions change the atomic nuclei and thus the identities of nuclides. They are accomplished by bombardment using subatomic particles or photons. She points it to the rock, and the rock turns into gold./


The Men Who Made The Atomic Bomb. “Your children who follow you in later generations and foreigners who come from distant lands will see the calamities.

these X-Rays would not only change medicine, but would greatly help in the understanding of the structure of the atom. France – the Curies Marie Skłodowska Curie was born in Poland, part of a family known for its illustrious academic accomplishments. In 1891, partially due to a failed romantic relationship, she moved to France to study at the Sorbonne. In 1893, she earned/


Simpozionul Lansarea initiativei romanesti in nanostiinta si nanotehnologie Bucharest, 14 April 2004 Simpozionul Lansarea initiativei romanesti in nanostiinta.

and research institutes will cooperate for: planning the programme of studies Curriculum design and development the accomplishment of all activities Simpozionul Lansarea initiativei romanesti in nanostiinta si nanotehnologie Bucharest, 14 April 2004 The/instiitutes in European programmes: Socrates-Erasmus (Curriculum development and Intensive Programmes) and FP6 (NoE, Marie Curie etc). Simpozionul Lansarea initiativei romanesti in nanostiinta si nanotehnologie Bucharest, 14 April 2004 DESIGNING CURRICULUM /


The Industrial Revolution

of change through natural selection; everything evolved from earlier living forms John Dalton: atoms Dmitri Mendeleev: periodic table Marie Curie: radioactivity- energy The Age of Imperialism Chapter 27 VI. The Scramble for Africa Imperialism – the seizure of / European Superiority – “We’re more civilized than they are.” Nationalism – Pride in your country, and its accomplishments Social Darwinism – Survival of the Fittest Missionary work – to “save the heathens” Imperialistic Countries from Europe in/


Ch. 22: Nuclear Chemistry Nuclear forces, and radioactive decayNuclear forces, radioactive decay Alpha, beta, and gamma particlesAlpha, beta, and gamma.

, who saw a uranium salt produce an image on a photographic film. The term radioactivity was coined in 1898 by Marie Curie, a Polish physicist, who was doing research with her husband Pierre. (They did much of the initial work on / a reaction for turning lead into gold when they found the lead shielding of an experimental reactor had changed to gold. Accomplished with particle accelerators like the Stanford Linear Accelerator (SLAC) Disintegration Series (Decay Series) “Heavy” atoms (greater than Bismuth,/


Infusing Diversity Into University of York, United Kingdom

European women chemists of their choice. Some of the chemists chosen were Marie Curie, Eva Curie, Irene-Joliot Curie, Lise Meitner, Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin, Rosalind Franklin, and others. During the third month, each pair did an oral presentation with PowerPoint about the chemist s biography, her contributions to Chemistry, her struggles, and accomplishments. At the end of the semester students completed a written paper on/


2009/7/101 歐盟科研架構國家聯絡據點 台灣辦公室 成功大學 曾永華 研發長 1. 2 報告大綱  Introduction to FP ( Framework Programme ) projects  Objectives  Operation Structure  Missions.

報告大綱  Introduction to FP ( Framework Programme ) projects  Objectives  Operation Structure  Missions accomplished in 2008  Ongoing efforts 2 3 From FP5 to FP7 整合型計畫 Network of excellence Integrated project/investigation-driven research” PEOPLE Initiatives in support of training, mobility and career development, to strengthen EU human resources. “Marie Curie” actions CAPACITIES Development of research infrastructures; Support to regional clusters; SMEs; Science in Society; International cooperation 4 “/


Scorpio Full Moon. Preface For those of you who are not familiar with esoteric philosophy – or do not know it well – I will remind you that all is energy.

. Scorpio Energy Scorpios are stubborn and impervious to changes not of their own making. However they accomplish many things in life because of their tenacity in sticking with projects when others lose patience and stamina/Cooke, Stan Musial, Goldie Hawn, etc. Truman Capote, Grace Slick, Dan Rather, Larry Flint, James K. Polk, Michael Dukakis, Marie Curie, Billy Graham, George Patton, Kurt Vonnegaut, Jonathan Winters, Whoppi Goldberg, Mamie Eisenhower, Prince Charles, Martin Luther, Ted Turner, Alistair /


Unit 11: RedOx and Nuclear Chemistry Chapters 20 & 21 General Chemistry 1 Edmond North High School.

electrical current, we separate the oxidizing and reducing agents so electron transfer occurs thru an external wire. – This is accomplished in an electrochemical cell. – A group of such cells is called a battery. Electrochemical Cells A typical cell looks/ emissions X rays. The Discovery of Radioactivity Marie Curie (1867–1934) and her husband Pierre (1859–1906) took mineral samples (called pitchblende) and isolated the components emitting the rays. – Marie Curie named the process by which materials give off/


Teambuilding CS 177 Kerry Daley. College of Science Undergraduate Curriculum DESIRED OUTCOMES FOR A COLLEGE OF SCIENCE EDUCATION  The College of Science.

and then there is always the chance that a scientific discovery may become like the radium a benefit for humanity." Marie Curie Marie Curie (1867 - 1934), Lecture at Vassar College, May 14, 1921  Demonstrated depth in major principal outcome: CoS /Vacuum extraction linesVacuum extraction lines Preparation Labs  Support " A team is a group organized to work together to accomplish a set of objectives that cannot be achieved effectively by individuals." Diversity in Teams  Effective teams ARE diverse /


Socially and Culturally Sensitive Communication. Man does many things to stop soil from eroding. He tries to conserve or protect the soil. Man cannot.

people of either sex Giving descriptions of women in terms of age and appearance while describing men in terms of accomplishment  Language and communication  Monitor language and materials - gender sensitive  Gender inclusive terms or non-gender specific /denies riot charge Man denies assault charge the articulate black / dalit student the articulate student Marie Curie was a great woman scientist Marie Curie was a great scientist Checklist To ensure that youve used gender savvy and culturally sensitive /


Hotpots. An ocean trench is formed when two converging plates collide.

energy The term for which energy’s rate of flow or the rate at which work is accomplished is Power Power is the term used to describe the rate of the flow of energy In 1898, which scientist coined the term radioactivity Marie Curie French scientist Marie Curie coined the term radioactivity and, along with her husband Pierre, received the Nobel Prize for her work/


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pieces of evidence for the fact that atoms are made of smaller particles came from the work of Marie Curie (1876-1934).One of the pieces of evidence for the fact that atoms are made of smaller particles came from the work of/ + - + - + 2.8 The formulas of many ionic compounds can be predicted94 Determining The Formula Of An Ionic Compound Practically, we can often accomplish this by making the charge magnitude (not the charge) of one ion into the subscript for the other. (The “Criss-cross” rule) If you /


Ch. 22: Nuclear Chemistry Nuclear forces, and radioactive decay Nuclear forces, radioactive decay Alpha, beta, and gamma particles Alpha, beta, and gamma.

, who saw a uranium salt produce an image on a photographic film. The term radioactivity was coined in 1898 by Marie Curie, a Polish physicist, who was doing research with her husband Pierre. (They did much of the initial work on / a reaction for turning lead into gold when they found the lead shielding of an experimental reactor had changed to gold. Accomplished with particle accelerators like the Stanford Linear Accelerator (SLAC) Disintegration Series (Decay Series) “Heavy” atoms (greater than Bismuth,/


The Western Heritage, Eleventh Edition Kagan | Ozment | Turner | Frank Copyright © 2013, 2010, 2007 Pearson Education All Rights Reserved Chapter 16 The.

Christian faith than anything else. Christian morality was questioned. Friedrich Nietzche, German philosopher: “War and courage have accomplished more great things than love of neighbor ever has.” The Western Heritage, Eleventh Edition Kagan | Ozment | Turner/2010, 2007 Pearson Education All Rights Reserved Marie Skłodowska Curie (1869–1934) and Pierre Curie (1859– 1906) were two of the most important figures in the advance of physics and chemistry. Skłodowska Curie was born in Warsaw (Russian Poland) but/


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mouse ears from Disneyland-Mom Things that represent all the places I visited-Me Contributes to Science Marie Curie(Marie Skłodowska)- She was born Nov. 7, 1867 and died July 4, 1934 Her accomplishments were the discovery of the elements radiumand and Polonium Her husband Pierre curie helped her with her work See had to pay out of pocket and lived off of buttered/


WORLD HISTORY Teacher: Ron Coleman Grade: 10. California Standards 10.1 Students relate the moral and ethical principles in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy,

comforts. Class Quiz #24 1. Eighth-hour work days, improved safety measures, and the outlawing of child labor were all accomplishments fought for by A) labor unions.B) mutual-aid societies. C) business leaders.D) the bourgeois. 2. When people /. B) surrealism. C) western civilization D) human nature. 5. Which German-born physicist advanced the theories of relativity? A) Marie Curie B) Leon Blum C) Sigmund Freud D) Albert Einstein Quick Write: Show me an example of Abstract Art Rise of Totalitarianism (/


Bacterial diseases of stone fruits & nuts COST Action 873 Start date: 20/12/2006 End date: 19/12/2011 Brion Duffy, Chair Agroscope Changins-Wädenswil,

leverage COST as a lobby to access EU & national funding Tangible link of COST interests with ERA-Nets, EUREKA, Marie Curie Provide a COST portal for info on EU, international, national funding calls Lessons learned – tips for COST Utilize COST / in running Actions Shorter applications, topic only pre-proposals (1 page); recruited applicants Lessons learned – tips for COST 20 Accomplished 16 of the 19 S&T tasks set out in the MoU Achieved breakthroughs that move us forward towards controlling disease and/


1 DEOMCRITUS Dan Higgins. 2 DEMOCRITUS 460-370 BC First to believe the Atom was a solid sphere. That these atoms are attached together to make an object.

Nelson Collegiate School and received a scholorship. After that, he went to University of New Zealand and Cantebury College. 22 Accomplishments Offered a teaching job at McGill University, Montreal. During his time there, he published 69 papers on radiation. He/protons in the model http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdTxGJjA4Jw 29 Mme. Curie Marie (Sklodowska) Curie Born November 7, 1867 Married fellow scientist, and physics professor Pierre Curie in 1895 Won the Nobel Prize for Physics in1903 Died in 1934 from /


Unit one Women of achievement Foreword For thousands of years the achievements of women have been largely ignored. History was written almost exclusively.

of years the achievements of women have been largely ignored. History was written almost exclusively by men about men - mens accomplishments, and mens discoveries. But today, as women around the world are forging ahead in industry, politics, and the arts/ the first person to receive this prestigious award twice. She was the mother of Irene Curie, another winner of the Nobel prize in chemistry. Marie Curie Irene Joliot-Curie Her nickname was “The iron lady”.She was the United Kingdom’s first women prime /


1 DEOMCRITUS Dan Higgins. 2 DEMOCRITUS 460-370 BC First to believe the Atom was a solid sphere. That these atoms are attached together to make an object.

Nelson Collegiate School and received a scholorship. After that, he went to University of New Zealand and Cantebury College. 19 Accomplishments Offered a teaching job at McGill University, Montreal. During his time there, he published 69 papers on radiation. He/protons in the model http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdTxGJjA4Jw 26 Mme. Curie Marie (Sklodowska) Curie Born November 7, 1867 Married fellow scientist, and physics professor Pierre Curie in 1895 Won the Nobel Prize for Physics in1903 Died in 1934 from /


The Progressive Movement

1889 Eiffel Tower opens for visitors 1896 William McKinley is elected president Timeline of Events 1898 1899 1900 Marie Curie discovers radium Boer War is South Africa begins 1900 William McKinley is reelected Timeline of Events 1901 McKinley is/ were founded in 1920 The Jungle Pure Food and Drug Act Before advertising regulations, manufacturers claimed that their products accomplished everything from curing cancer to growing hair Popular children’s medicines contained opium, cocaine, or alcohol Dr. Harvey /


The Project Team 11. Chapter Concepts How teams are acquired and assigned The development and growth of teams The project kickoff meeting Characteristics.

-Confident due to strong will -Educationally: go for the sciences 19 Rationals Broken-Down INTP - “Architects” Albert Einstein Marie Curie INTJ - “Masterminds” Dwight D. Eisenhower Ayn Rand ENTP - “Inventors” Walt Disney Thomas Edison ENTJ - “Field Marshals/ understand, and value differences  Create a work environment that recognizes, respects, and harnesses differences  Accomplish a shared goal Differences can create barriers to team performance  May lead to miscommunication and misunderstanding  /


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unlock the secrets of nature, and to develop new technologies, they have done much to shape our world. Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, Bill Gates, Margaret Thatcher, Walt Disney, Camille Paglia, Ayn Rand, Thomas Jefferson, Richard Feynman, and General Ulysses /of established procedures, they can and will abandon any procedure when it can be shown to be ineffective in accomplishing its goal. Fieldmarshals root out and reject ineffectiveness and inefficiency, and are impatient with repetition of error. Rationals/


MPL1203 Everything. Early Postulates What is everything (Matter)made of? Greek Mythology –Fire, Air, Water, Earth Aristotle in “Metaphysics”----- The.

Inner Orbit Outer Orbit Nucleus The Atom has No Charge Number of Protons = Number of Electrons What Did Bohr’s Model Accomplish ? Stability Electrical Forces balanced by Centrifugal Forces Identity Change in number of Protons/Electrons Changes the Element Regeneration Once Pulled Apart,/Neutrons Atomic Mass = 235 92 Protons 146 Neutrons Atomic Mass=238 235 U 92 238 U 92 So Little From So Much Marie Curie purified 10,000,000 grams of Pitchblende to get 0.1 Grams of Uranium Natural uranium is 99. 3% U238 0. 7/


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Earth Imply an Older Earth 1896: Discovery of radioactivity by Henri Becquerel 1898: Marie and Pierre Curie discover the radioactive elements polonium and radium. 1903: Pierre Curie determines that a gram of radium produces enough heat in one hour to melt /s contemporaries considered the theory of sexual selection to be ridiculous. Alfred Russel Wallace considered it one of his great accomplishments in evolutionary theory to have disproved the “female choice” aspect of the theory. In the late 1960s, however,/


Lise Meitner’s Biography  Born November 7, 1878 in Vienna, Austria  Jewish family  Studied physics at the University of Vienna  Didn’t start until.

nephew Otto Frisch composed the inscription on her headstone. It reads "Lise Meitner: a physicist who never lost her humanity" Accomplishments  Inspired by her teacher, physicist Ludwig Boltzmann, Meitner studied physics and became the second woman to obtain a doctoral degree/discovery of nuclear fission in 1939, after she had left Berlin  She was praised by Albert Einstein as the "German Marie Curie"  In 1930, Meitner taught a seminar on nuclear physics and chemistry with Leó Szilárd  With the discovery/


William F. Slater, III President ISOC-Chicago May 28, 2002 Welcome to New Members A Brief Tribute to Our Internet Pioneers ISOC Update.

with “bits”, sending and receiving data We can do it cheaply by using Digital circuits etched in silicon. We can accomplish a lot by having a vast network of computers to use for accessing information and exchanging ideas We will prove that packet/ the Ecole Polytechnique in Paris from 1972 to 1975, and obtained in 1985 a Doctorat ès Sciences from the Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris 6). Huitema was a member of the Internet Architecture Board (IAB) from 1991 to 1996, its chair between April 1993/


Advanced English 《 高 级 英 语 》 (第三版) 第一册 主编:张汉熙 外语教学与研究出版社.

history of building bases, bulldozing and paving thousands of miles of roadway and airstrips, and accomplishing myriad other construction projects in a wide variety of military theaters dating back to World War/整个房子 ) 2. 用整体代替局部 It (the volleyball match) was a close contest. In the end, China won. (用 China 代替中国队) 3. 用个体代替整个一类 She is another Madam Curie. (Curie Marie 生于波兰 的法国物理学家,化学家, 1903 诺贝尔物理学奖, 1911 诺贝尔化学奖 ) 4. 用具体代替抽象 There is a mixture of the tiger and the ape in the character of a Frenchman. ( tiger: /


Chapter 28 Nuclear Chemistry. Radioactivity n Chemical reactions occur in order for atoms to form stable electron configurations. n Nuclear reactions.

–Sped up, Slowed down or Stopped Radioactivity n French chemist Henri Becquerel –Accidental discovery in 1896 n Famous associates: –Marie Curie and Pierre Curie n Discovered rays emitted by uranium ore. n They called the process of giving off the rays radioactivity, and the / Nuclear Fission n Fission is when a nucleus of an atom splits into 2 smaller atoms. n This can be accomplished when the nuclei of unstable isotopes are bombarded with neutrons. n Nuclear Bombs! Nuclear Fission James Chadwick(1891-1974) /


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