1. Syro I and II from Biotage


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    Short animation showing needle movement of the Syro I and II

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    • Biotage® Advancer


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      Batch microwave synthesizer for the scale-up of organic synthesis. Specifically designed so that methods developed in Biotage lab-scale systems can be safely and predictably transferred to a larger scale without re-optimization. Powerful mechanical stirring (up to 1000 rpm) In addition to homogeneous reactions, the system also supports heterogeneous reactions and the use of solid catalysts, heavy slurries and crystallizing products. Flash Cooling™ The patent pending, "instant", adiabatic cooling promotes high purity and yield. For example, 200 mL of EtOH can be cooled from 180 °C to 65 °C in just 30 seconds. Efficient heating Powerful (0-1200 W) focused magnetron rapidly heats large volumes. Dynamic Field Tuning™ minimizes reflected microwave energy. Extra vessel entry ports Allows in-situ sampling during run, addition of reagents (better control of exothermals), or the creation of inert atmospheric conditions. Adaptable for real-time reaction monitoring through e.g. Raman spectroscopy. Best-in-class safety features Breech lock closure with pressure release valve and automated safety interlock, ensure maximum operator safety. System pressure control rated up to 20 bar.

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      • SDSU Professors Wow Students with Science


        from Red Cloud Indian School / Added

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        • Schrodinger Wave Equation part 2


          from Paul Wolstenholme-Hogg / Added

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          In this tutorial we look at the derivation of the Schrodinger wave equation for one dimension. This is the second part of a tutorial looking into wavefunctions and Schrodinger's wave equation.

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          • Dr. Robert Hazen


            from UK College of Arts & Sciences / Added

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            Naff Symposium 2013

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            • Dr. Ramanaryanan Krishnamurthy


              from UK College of Arts & Sciences / Added

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              2013 Naff Symposium

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              • Schrodinger Wave equation part 1


                from Paul Wolstenholme-Hogg / Added

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                In this tutorial we take a look at the wavefunction within Schrodinger's Wave Equation. This is the first part of a two part tutorial that 'informally' goes over the nature of the wavefunction, what it means and how it can be used to obtain information about a particle that also possess wave-like properties. Many thanks to Erwin for his guest appearance at the end of the tutorial!!!

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                • Light-Activated Cancer Drugs at UK


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                  • Alkali Metals - Science Demonstration


                    from Sheffield eLearning Team & CLCs / Added

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                    A science teacher from Fir Vale School uses Sodium, Lithium and Potassium to demonstrate the reaction of alkali metals with water. She includes safety information, and relates the experimental results to the reactivity series.

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                    • 19.3 pH calcualtions part TWO


                      from Brenda Esselman / Added

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