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    Cartesian Hydrodynamics

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    In the case of zero scalar potential, the result of the calculation is to give a distribution function that is not a solution of the Vlasov equation as it is not a function of the constants of motion only. In essence, an additional exp(−r2) factor is required in the DF to counter exp(r2) terms that manifest by completing the square in the integration. The physical cause here would appear to be the inertial forces associated with the rotational bulk flow. If one assumes a non-zero scalar potential, then it seems impossible to satisfy the Ampère 's law. The physical cause seems to be that, in the case of force-free fields, one would require a “different” electrostatic potential to balance the inertial forces for the ions and electrons, which is of course nonsensical. Thus, our investigation seems to suggest that it is not possible to calculate a DF of the form of Equation (6) for the exact GH field. C. The magnetic field: A Gold-Hoyle flux tube plus a background field To make progress, we introduce a background field in the negative z direction. The mathematical motivation for this change is…

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    "Just do your goddamn job. Where else are you going to earn $5,000 bucks for a three hours work?" Brett Carmody sighed in frustration, then grimaced and pulled the phone away from his ear when his comment resulted in a painful pissed-of shriek of annoyance from the woman on the other end, and peered out the window to appreciate the night skyline. After the noise eventually abated, he returned to the conversation. "I'm not responsible for your impending hangover, however, if you can't make it,…

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    presenting my outline for home-building on this mountainous terrain, and my knowledge of the movement of the land underneath the surface, will be valuable for local real estate and potential homebuyers. Lot S, Lot N,…

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    the wider business. Effective induction also greatly improves staff retention. If a staff member is made to feel welcome, comfortable within the team/role and feels like their needs are met from the outset they are more likely to want to remain within that role. It is not uncommon for new staff to leave within their first month simply because they don’t feel comfortable in their role, aren’t explained their role well enough, or supported in their initial days or weeks in that role. This then…

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    Amplitude Modulations

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    and Rogers 1981). This cell though is constrained; it is subject to spatial summation (Maler and Rogers 1981). It will not fire upon input from only one T unit, it must receive synchronous input from various T units converging at the spherical cell at the same time (Maler and Rogers 1981). When this occurs, an action potential is generated. This was determined by a clever experiment in which, a fish was administer just enough anesthesia to disable its EOD (Maler and Rogers 1981). The researchers…

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    The features of action potentials are: threshold, all or none, is regenerative, saltatory conduction and refractory period. The threshold is generated when the membrane of the cell is depolarize around -50mv to evoke the action to occur. Action potential is all or none because is either no action potential or a full amplitude of action potential. We say that action potential is regenerative since a new action potential is generated at each location along the cell membrane. The saltatory…

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    Math 213 Lab Report

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    because cos (90) is zero. Therefore, finding the total energy of the system, there is only initial potential energy due to the block’s position relative to the ground in vertical direction. According to Zavala & Barniol, (2013), a study was conducted at a private Mexican university, which tested 422 students who were completing introductory physics courses with three isomorphic multiple-choice problems. The test purpose was to study students’ understanding of the Dot Product. The outcomes was…

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    Stimulus Artifact Essay

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    Stimulus artifact is a signal that is produced due to an electric pulse present between two electrodes, which is recorded using the cathode ray oscilloscope (Johnson and Byrne, 2003). As the stimulus intensity begins to increase, the stimulus artifact also increases (Johnson and Byrne, 2003). Thus, the change in stimulus artifact allows the compound action potential (CAP) to appear (Johnson and Byrne, 2003). As it can be seen in the figures there’s a delay in time between the stimulus artifact…

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    Calorimeter Lab

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    Introduction The purpose of this lab is to find the most efficient way to capture energy from a combusted chip using a calorimeter. We made a basic calorimeter by using a steel can. Through out our lab we made modifications to the calorimeter to increase the percent of energy captured by the water. Literature Review Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. The kinetic energy of an object is energy that is being used. Potential energy is stored energy that it is not in motion, but has…

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    Cerebellum Research Paper

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    It is the seat of personality and, ultimately, the system including the circuits that govern sensations such as pain and temperature, and circuits that allow your body to move and function. The nervous system at both a cellular and organizational level. Neurons are the primary cells of the nervous system, propagating impulses through both electric and chemical means action potentials and synaptic transmission, respectively. Neurons can be grouped together to form nerves, which are the primary…

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