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MMW 4T - Lecture 06 - 10/13/2009
MMW 4T - Lecture 06
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20.011J Statistical Thermodynamics of Biomolecular Systems (BE.011J) (MIT)
This course provides an introduction to the physical chemistry of biological systems. Topics include: connection of macroscopic thermodynamic properties to microscopic molecular properties using statistical mechanics, chemical potentials, equilibrium states, binding cooperativity, behavior of macromolecules in solution and at interfaces, and solvation. Example problems include protein structure, genomic analysis, single molecule biomechanics, and biomaterials.

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You saw in Section 2.3 that the prongs of the tuning fork vibrate cyclically. You also learned that a cycle of the prongs' vibration is a complete sequence of motion up to the point at which the motion starts to repeat itself. Another term for this repetitive kind of motion is periodic motion. The t
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Having enjoyed political independence until 1707, the survival of many of Scotland's institutions â€“ notably its systems of law, religion and education â€“ after Union with England contributed to the preservation of its singular identity. The different way in which Scotland began to be incorporated into the UK, through monarchical ascent (of James I of Scotland to the English throne) rather than by conquest (as was the case in Wales and Ireland), may account for the lesser impact the develo
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We saw above that the vector 2v can be regarded as the vector v â€˜followed byâ€™ the vector v; we can also quite naturally describe this vector as being the â€˜sumâ€™, v + v, of the vector with itself.

Analogously, if p is the vector 2 cm E and q is the vector 3 cm NE, we can think of the â€˜sumâ€™ p + q of the vectors as follows. Starting from a given point, O say, draw the vector p; starting from its finishi
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German history in documents and images
German History in Documents and Images (GHDI) exhibits primary sources online to present a narrative of Germany's political, social, and cultural history from 1500 to the present. The site includes historical narrative overviews and original German texts, accompanied by new English translations. Short secondary historical narratives are prepared by a variety of current scholars who are specialists in relevant fields. The site is divided into ten sections according to historical time periods, w
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Creative enterprise in west Yorkshire Arts organisations
This report describes and theorises the findings of a workshop discussion, commissioned by WYLLN, into the views of arts organizations on the challenges they face in becoming more enterprising and less grant dependent.
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Predicting Harmful Algal Blooms and Red Tides
This video explains algal blooms (also known as red tides) and how they are being observed so that the cause of red tides can be discovered. (01:29).

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5.12 Organic Chemistry I (MIT)
This subject deals primarily with the basic principles to understand the structure and reactivity of organic molecules. Emphasis is on substitution and elimination reactions and chemistry of the carbonyl group. The course also provides an introduction to the chemistry of aromatic compounds.
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Creative enterprise in west Yorkshire Arts organisations
This report describes and theorises the findings of a workshop discussion, commissioned by WYLLN, into the views of arts organizations on the challenges they face in becoming more enterprising and less grant dependent.
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Academic research on student engagement - lost formulae to inspiring students
This paper shows academic tutors take on a multitude of roles in their current positions at university and while teaching is expected, from most, it is often assumed that the tutor will apply appropriate pedagogical tools to convey knowledge to the students. This view is now being challenged as many students are being actively encouraged to voice their views of the teaching and learning experience this paper shows
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Google Maps: How do maps benefit our society?
In this video 6th and 7th gradeÂ teachers Katie Facto and Kim Mayher use Google Maps with their students.Â  This video is helpful to Social Studies teachers who are on map skills.Â  This is also a great way to show a teacher how to integrate technology into a social studies class.
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Authors:
Desiree McKie & Jane Nash