IR Helper
JCAMP formatted spectra and javascript are used to lead the user through the analysis of IR spectra. The software asks the user a series of questions about the spectrum, and provides correction if the user answers incorrectly.
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BADM 345-01, Individual Taxation, Fall 2006
This course deals with the rules and regulations for the taxation of individuals. Emphasis is placed on acquiring a foundational understanding of these rules and the underlying theory of taxation as it exists in the United States. Situational problems, tax return preparation, case research study and tax rulings will be used to meet the course objectives.,This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor
Author(s): Thompson, F. W.

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Convex optimization I : EE364A : Linear systems and optimization
This lecture course on convex optimisation is made available as part of Stanford Engineering Everywhere, an initiative from Stanford University licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States licence. The course introduces a special class of mathematical optimisation problems, convex optimisation, including the basic concepts and theorems. The topics of the course include convex sets, convex functions, convex optimisation problems, duality, approximation and fitting, statistical
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Learning space evaluation
The subject of physical learning space has in recent years become increasingly complex This reflection examines what evidence exists in this area
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Wetting on flexible substrates: a finite element formulation
Wetting is an important phenomenon in industrial applications such as coating industry as it could affect the coating uniformity and production rate. In modeling dynamic wetting on rigid solids, one of the challenges is to relieve the singularity in the viscous stress arising at the dynamic contact line due to double valued velocity. The singularity arising at the contact line is a mathematical singularity and not a physical singularity and hence, needs to be relieved. There are several models t
Author(s): Madasu, Srinath

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Quartz crystal microbalance/heat conduction calorimetry (QCM/HCC), a new technology capable of isoth
A new technology called the quartz crystal microbalance/heat conduction calorimeter (QCM/HCC) capable of simultaneous, high sensitivity mass change and heat flow measurements under isothermal conditions, was developed. The QCM/HCC consists of two highly sensitive sensors. A quartz crystal microbalance measures mass changes on its surface (to ±0.25ng/cm2), while a thermopile positioned between the WCM and a heat sink measures heat flows (to ±50nW) to and from the surface of the QCM. In the
Author(s): Shirazi, Hamid M.

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Spellingonderwijs : Tijd voor een andere aanpak?
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In het nieuwe leerplan Nederlands van het VVKSO staat te lezen: ‘Goed spellingonderwijs is alleen maar mogelijk als je op de hoogte bent van de beginsituatie van de leerlingen en van de gebruikte strategieën (en stappenplannen) …


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What types of plastic debris is killing the albatross?
A Hawaiian student looks at the plastic items found in stomachs of albatrosses, ingested from the Pacific ocean.
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Morality and Modernity
Notre Dame OpenCourseware (OCW) offers free educational resources for the course "Morality and Modernity" in the Department of Philosophy. This course explores the nature of modern morality through an examination of the work of Alasdair MacIntyre and Charles Taylor. We will also read works by Immanuel Kant and Friedrich Nietzsche, two thinkers whose ideas have powerfully shaped the moral culture of the modern world.
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Are There Living Dinosaurs?
According to mainstream science, dinosaur populations were wiped out eons ago. Or were they? Discover why some cryptozoologists and theorists believe that dinosaurs still exist today in this episode of Stuff They Don't Want You to Know. This three-minute video shows some possibilities that might excite students, but no proof is offered.
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Shovel-nosed snake hatching out of an egg
The snake embryo has matured within the "egg" coat and a young snake hatches. Think of this as a young plant sprouting out of a seed coat.
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IDS May 2010 Podcast
5 May 2010

Each month we speak to two people working on development issues across the world, finding out a bit about their work and asking them 'What do you think is the big question that Development Studies needs to answer?'

Following the UK elections this May politicians and civil servants will be considering new directions across government policy. But to what extent will any new policies be informed by solid research evidence?

In this programme

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Running Cities: London in contextd [Audio]
Speaker(s): Sir Simon Milton, Professor Ricky Burdett; Deyan Sudjic | What is the new administration's vision for London? Speakers discuss how to design and manage the powerhouses of the global economy, assessing London's development compared to the megacities of the world. Simon Milton was appointed deputy mayor for policy and planning after serving as chairman of London's Local Government Association. Ricky Burdett, chief adviser for the London 2012 Olympics, and Deyan Sudjic, director of the
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Expiring or Expanding? international economic organisations and the restructuring of world power [Au
Speaker(s): Professor Ngaire Woods | Ngaire Woods is professor of international political economy and director of the Global Economic Governance Programme, University College, Oxford.
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Crohns Disease Module 12: Kids Voices
Kids tell their stories about not feeling well, learning about Crohns, learning to cope, making adjustments, educating their friends, and getting better. (4:09)

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ART 232-01, History of Western Art II, Fall 2006
The objectives of the course are as follows: (1) to provide students with a comprehensive overview of the major images, artists, and movements of Western art from the Renaissance to the present; (2) to integrate these images with the broader social and intellectual history of their respective period; and (3) to help students develop the visual and analytical skills needed for further study in the history of art. Among the themes we will examine are the following: the development of naturalism in
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The SHAPE program.
The School House Adjustment Enterprise (SHAPE) program is an initiative to reduce Disproportionate Minority Contact (DMC) in Memphis City Schools. Begun in 2008, SHAPE has had a major impact in reducing the number of juveniles transported to Juvenile Court.
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Why Study Orthodox Christianity with Dr Mary Cunningham
Most English-speakers, when they think of Christianity, think only of its Latin, western forms - be they Catholic or Protestant. But this is only half the story: there are also all the churches of the East, often collectively referred to as 'the Orthodox'. In this video, Mary Cunningham, and expert on Orthodoxy, introduces them.
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UT Hosts Gifted & Talented Camp
The University of Toledo hosts a camp for local gifted, talented, and creative 3rd-6th graders.
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Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Launches Lung Transplant Program
South Carolina's only lung transplant program officially got underway at MUSC in 2011 with a double-lung transplant for Evin Evans of Anderson, the first S.C. resident to undergo a lung transplant inside the state in nearly 20 years. Ms. Evans and program directors Timothy P.M. Whelan, M.D., and Chadrick E. Denlinger, M.D., describe her surgery and the importance of providing priority status to South Carolinians with advanced lung disease through MUSC's program.
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