1. Introduction to Electron Shells


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    This is a basic introduction to electrons shells of an atom. In this tutorial we discuss how electrons fill the shells in certain ways and how that gives rise to the chemistry of the elements.

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    • A Song about Periodic Trends: Ionization Energy


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      • Triangular Mesh for Modeling Suspensions


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        • Elements at Discovery World


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          I had the AMAZING opportunity to have my senior thesis project "Elements - Experiments in Character Design" be a part of an interactive display at Discovery World in Milwaukee. My lovely friends Marisa and Abi were my spies and took some documentation of it for me since I'm not there. If you're in the area, please go check it out! To see all of the individual images, go here! http://kaycie-kcd.blogspot.com/search/label/senior%20thesis Thanks for looking! ~KcD

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          • LTHS Accel Chemistry 8.1 Periodic Table intro


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            • Visualizing Periodic Data: NYC Weather from 1995 to 2008


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              How should we visualize periodic data, like this data set of the mean temperature in New York City on each day of the year? This video shows the standard approach.

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              • LTHS Accel Chem 8.2 Periodic trends


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                • Loosely Coupled Swings


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                  Two swings are attached to each other below their fulcrums via a steel tube. One of the more interesting results of this coupling is shown here where just one of the two swingers pump, while the other swinger sits still. At first, only the pumper moves, but gradually, the non-pumper starts to move as well. The non-pumper continues to swing ever higher, eventually “stealing” all the kinetic energy from the pumper, thus leaving the pumper at a stand-still—but only momentarily. After a few moments, the energy begins to return to the pumper, eventually leaving the non-pumper at rest. And so it continues, with the energy moving back and forth between the two.

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                  • DNSk9


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                    • {[{[Roadmovie]}]}


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                      Its the Long Version of the reverse going breakdown of a recording of a train ride, triggered by the combination of different compression methods

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