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Wave optics

The Babinet & 39; s theorem In this section we want to get to know the Babinet & 39; s theorem. This makes a statement about the diffraction phenomena of two complementary diffraction objects. Complementary diffraction objects The diffractive object which is complementary to a diffractive object is its negative.
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Lewis formula

Subject - General ChemistryAlso valence line formula. Form of representation for covalent bonds and molecular structures, which goes back to G. N. Lewis, in which a common valence electron pair (binding electron pair) that realizes the bond is symbolized by a line (valence line).
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Oxygen transport in muscles and blood

The allosteric regulation of hemoglobin through cooperative oxygen bindingMyoglobin has a higher affinity for oxygen than hemoglobin - a property that makes sense physiologically, since the partial pressure of oxygen in the lungs (where hemoglobin binds oxygen) is greater than in tissue (where hemoglobin binds oxygen releases and binds myoglobin oxygen).
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Chemistry

Elements of the periodic table

B (Bor) Tab.1 Boron name of the element: Boron Latin name: Borum English name: Boron French name: Bore Symbol: Bearing number: 5 State at 25 ° C: solid, non-metal Frequency (in ppm): 10 Discovered by: Lussac and Thenard; Davy (1808) Electronic configuration: He 2s22p1 Oxidation states: + 3 Relative atomic mass: 10.
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Measurement of the way

Do you have problems understanding the unit of measurement of the path? Then you may be missing the following basics: Measurement of physical quantities20 min.ChemistryTechnical chemistryChemical measurement technologyThe learning unit gives an overview of the most important physical measurands and the associated measuring principles.
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Plastics made from ethene and ethene derivatives

Polytetrafluoroethylene, PTFEPolytetrafluoroethylene (also polytetrafluoroethene) is best known colloquially under the trade name Teflon, but Gore-Tex also consists of PTFE membranes. PTFE is a thermoplastic, but it has to be processed like a thermoset because its melting point is above 320 ° C.
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