Computer Science Professor Chris Starr Presents at Pecha Kucha Charleston
College of Charleston computer science professor Chris Starr was one of the presenters at Pecha Kucha 11. During his presentation he proclaimed San Francisco is soon to be the Charleston of the West. Pecha Kucha, Japanese for the sound of conversation, is a mix of show-and-tell, open-mike night and happy hour that has become a forum for ideas on design, architecture and other forms of creativity. Devised in 2003 in Tokyo, Pecha Kucha Night has spread virally to over 135 cities around the world
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David D. Burhans Civic Fellows Symposium 2011: Jun Xie ('12)
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4.3 Metallic bonding

Two familiar properties of metals point to a simple model of metallic bonding. Firstly, metals have a strong tendency to form positive ions. Thus, when sodium reacts with water, and when magnesium and aluminium react with acids, hydrogen gas is evolved and the ions Na+(aq), Mg2+(aq) and Al3+(aq), respectively, are formed. Secondly, metals are good conductors of electricity: when a voltage difference is applied
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