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Monster X Radio welcomes special guest Dr. Haskell Hart. Join us as we discuss Bigfoot and the DNA conundrum. Dr. Haskell V. Hart holds a PhD in chemistry from Harvard University and has a physical, inorganic, and analytical chemistry research background. He was Associate Professor of Chemistry, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, after ...…
 
How does light work? Easy Cheese (Wikipedia) The Golden Plains festival (GPX March 12-14, 2016) What does X mean? - Roman Numerals Chart (Roman-Numerals.org) The Golden Plains X-shaped lights - Aunty Meredith (flickr) The Pink Flamingo Bar at Golden Plains (GPX March 12-14, 2016) D batteries - Actually you can still buy them (Wikipedia) 1980s b ...…
 
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Tech Briefs: Who's Who at NASA
 
David Blake developed the Chemistry and Mineralogy (CheMin) X-ray diffraction instrument. The powder-handling device, now featured on the Mars Science Laboratory rover Curiosity, won Blake the 2010 NASA Commercial Government Invention of the Year award. His technology allowed scientists to analyze the billion-year-old rocks on the Red Planet.…
 
(January 23, 2015 - Insidermedicine) From Maryland - A new report published in PNAS finds that mineral deposits may play a role in age-related macular degeneration. Researchers studied tissue samples from a group of elderly AMD patients. They used x-ray diffraction and fluorescent staining chemicals in their study. Results showed that the AMD s ...…
 
This episode explores the ways in which breaking something into pieces can help to understand it, from the story of crystallographer Rosalind Franklin’s X-ray diffraction photograph that revealed the DNA double helix, to artist and academic Lina Hakim on what breaking toys apart has in common with crystallography, and the work of composer Marga ...…
 
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LASER Science & Engineering Podcast
 
Loofah Image from Chi Paper This week on LASER, Emily and Cameron discuss batteries built by modified viruses, charge-dependent crystal changes of Lithium/Selenium-Sulfer Batteries, and Microbiological fuel cells built on natural loofah sponges. 1:15 we start on “Better Batteries Through Biology?” (HERE is the full paper) 13:00 the three major ...…
 
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In Our Time
 
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the history of crystallography, the study of crystals and their structure. The discovery in the early 20th century that X-rays could be diffracted by a crystal revolutionised our knowledge of materials. This crystal technology has touched most people's lives, thanks to the vital role it plays in diverse scien ...…
 
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In Our Time: Science
 
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the history of crystallography, the study of crystals and their structure. The discovery in the early 20th century that X-rays could be diffracted by a crystal revolutionised our knowledge of materials. This crystal technology has touched most people's lives, thanks to the vital role it plays in diverse scien ...…
 
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In Our Time: Science
 
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the history of crystallography, the study of crystals and their structure. The discovery in the early 20th century that X-rays could be diffracted by a crystal revolutionised our knowledge of materials. This crystal technology has touched most people's lives, thanks to the vital role it plays in diverse scien ...…
 
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In Our Time
 
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the history of crystallography, the study of crystals and their structure. The discovery in the early 20th century that X-rays could be diffracted by a crystal revolutionised our knowledge of materials. This crystal technology has touched most people's lives, thanks to the vital role it plays in diverse scien ...…
 
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In Our Time
 
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the history of crystallography, the study of crystals and their structure. The discovery in the early 20th century that X-rays could be diffracted by a crystal revolutionised our knowledge of materials. This crystal technology has touched most people's lives, thanks to the vital role it plays in diverse scien ...…
 
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In Our Time: Science
 
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the history of crystallography, the study of crystals and their structure. The discovery in the early 20th century that X-rays could be diffracted by a crystal revolutionised our knowledge of materials. This crystal technology has touched most people's lives, thanks to the vital role it plays in diverse scien ...…
 
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Slam Radio by Slam
 
Slam Radio 007 with Joel MullThe seventh edition of Slam Radio sees Joel Mull bring the mix. - See more at: http://www.slam-djs.com/podcast/slam-radio-007/#sthash.xwHBxebl.dpuf01 Joel Mull - Unreleased02 Joel Mull - Unreleased 03 Percy X - Trak 1 - Soma04 Truncate - Diffraction ( Jonas Kopp Remix) 05 DAP - Brush Your Lips - Rekids06 Deepchild - ...…
 
Continuing the examination of molecular orbital theory as a predictor of chemical reactivity, this lecture focuses on the close analogy among seemingly disparate organic chemistry reactions: acid-base, S_N2 substitution, and E2 elimination. All these reactions involve breaking existing bonds where LUMOs have antibonding nodes while new bonds ar ...…
 
Professor McBride uses an hexagonal "benzene" pattern and Franklin's X-ray pattern of DNA, to continue his discussion of X-ray crystallography by explaining how a diffraction pattern in "reciprocal space" relates to the distribution of electrons in molecules and to the repetition of molecules in a crystal lattice. He then uses electron differen ...…
 
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Organic Chemistry - Audio
 
Professor McBride introduces the theory behind light diffraction by charged particles and its application to the study of the electron distribution in molecules by x-ray diffraction. The roles of molecular pattern and crystal lattice repetition are illustrated by shining laser light through diffraction masks to generate patterns reminiscent of ...…
 
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