Chemie van de herfstkleuren
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Dit thema maakt deel uit van de website chemie is overal, waarin verschijnselen uit het dagelijks leven onder de loep worden genomen en verklaard. 

Over de verkleuring van de bladeren tijdens de herfst heeft de wetenschap nog niet het laatste …


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1.8.6 The final graph

The three separate lines are combined into one overall distance-time graph representing the entire journey, as shown in Figure 44. The times for the sections are added together, so that the scale on the horizontal axis shows the total time that has elapsed since leaving Paris. Similarly,
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7 Solutions to the exercises

Section 6 contains solutions to the exercises that appear throughout sections 1-5.

Click the link below to open the solutions (13 pages, 232KB).

Section 6


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2.3.4 Klein bottle

There are two other surfaces that can be obtained by identifying both pairs of opposite edges of a rectangle. In one of these, shown in Figure 31, we first identify the edges AB and A'B', labelled a, in the direction shown by the arrowheads. This gives us a cylinder, as before. We then try to ident
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3.2.2 The protection of intellectual property: the costs of TRIPS

Apart from the internal redistribution of income resulting from greater exposure to the world economy, the effects of one of the UR agreements in particular have achieved a certain notoriety because the agreement clearly imposes huge costs on farmers and consumers in developing countries, to the benefit of corporations in developed countries. This is the agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), which strengthens international rules governing patents, tradema
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After studying this course, you should be able to:

  • understand the complexity and dilemmas of diverse perspectives in the field of mental health and distress

  • undestand the importance of service users/'survivors' experiences and perspectives

  • understand how mental health issues affect everyone

  • understand the range of risks faced by service users/'survivors' in their everyday lives.


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2.2 Researching ourselves

Psychology aims to provide understandings of us, as humans. At a personal level this closeness to our private concerns draws us in and excites us. However, since psychologists are humans, and hence are researching issues just as relevant to themselves as to their research participants, they can be attracted towards researching certain topics and maybe away from others. This is perhaps more evident for psychological research that is most clearly of social relevance. At a societal level all kin
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1.5.2 Mathematical graphs: How do you read them?

The coordinates of a point are always given in the form

(value along the x-axis, value along the y-axis).

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4.1 PROMPT

There is so much information available on the internet on every topic imaginable. But how do you know if it is any good? And if you find a lot more information than you really need, how do you decide what to keep and who to discard?

In this section we are going to introduce a simple checklist to help you to judge the quality of the information you find. Before we do this, spend a few minutes thinking about what is meant by information quality.

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