Going 3D
A crystal is a three dimensional
periodic discontinuum. It consists
of identical bricks called unit
cells, which form a threedimensional lattice.
The unit cell is defined by the
axes a, b, and c, and the three
angles , , , which form a righthande
Solution Key- 7.013 Problem Set 2- 2013
Question 1
You are working with the following parental flies (P1-P4).
P1: Light body color and normal wings
P2: Light body color and wingless
P3: Dark body color and wingless
P4: Light body color and normal wings
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III. Reaction Kinetics
Lecture 13: Butler-Volmer equation
Notes by ChangHoon Lim (and MZB)
1. Interfacial Equilibrium
At lecture 11, the reaction rate R for the general Faradaic half-cell reaction was derived.
where
=Reduced state
=Oxidized state
Here si
Fall 2004
ICE Topics: Process Control by Design
Lecture Notes 1a: Brief Guide to Matrices
10.492
what meaneth we by matrix?
A matrix is a 2-dimensional array of things, where these things can be numbers, variables, or
math expressions. The matrix is navig
Solution Key- 7.013 Problem Set 1- 2013
Question 1
a) With the exception of germ cells, the nucleus of all somatic cells in your body carries two copies of
each DNA segment or chromosome, which together make your genome. To fit the entire DNA into a
tiny
Session2
Review of some concepts from Session 1
Gamma Detection Instrumentation
Concepts
Neutron Activation Analysis Applications:
Trace Element Analysis of Geological,
Biological, Environmental and Industrial Materials
Presentation and report assignment
1. Propose a synthesis. 2. Provide the major products. c:
G
4/"
(CH3)3CCH2CI, AlCl3
3. Toluene is ortho, para directing while trifluoromethylbenzene is meta directing.
Explain, using resonance structures in your answer.
("y A For (16? \
"x Lst ( r )
1 Y \
Session 3
Uncertainties in analytical measurements
Sampling and Instrumental Neutron
Activation Analysis sample preparation
Hands on Experience with Sample
Preparation in Laboratory.
IAP 12.091 Session 3, January 10,
2005
2
Uncertainties in analytical mea