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From Einstein's Photoelectric Effect to Band Mapping. (Shen)

2019 Summer School

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From  James Overhiser on August 7th, 2019 15 plays

PARADIM JHU Data Meeting

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From  David Botsch on November 25th, 2018 30 plays

CNF NanoCourses 2004 – Section 3.4: Dry Etching (Meredith

state functionsfluid dynamicsconcepts in physicselectrical phenomenacoolantsplasma processingionselectronsystems theoryside wallelectrodeelementary geometryplasmasemiconductor devicesclassical mechanicsiarc group 1 carcinogensmetalspyrotechnic fuelscondensed matter physicsquantum chemistryatmospheric thermodynamicsdecision theorysubstratepotentialcyberneticsaestheticschemical reactionsmagnetismspectroscopyrefrigerantschlorinec.h.f.chemical elementsnonmetalsnoble gasesaudio effectsmoleculesolventsvacuummeasuring instrumentselectronic engineeringcharge carriersopticsphilosophical terminologyreducing agentsnatural philosophymassprocesschemical propertiesphysical chemistrystandardsaccelerator physicssilicon compoundsinorganic compoundstelecommunicationsalgebramolecular physicselectrodynamicsaudio engineeringcapacitorsneurosciencephysical sciencesindustryradio spectrumsemiconductor materialsmoleculesindustrial processeselectrical componentsplasma physicsfluid mechanicsthermodynamicselectric and magnetic fields in matterpressurespecial relativityatomic physicsopen methodologiesmechanicselectronics terminologyhydrogen compoundsfood preservationheat transferoxidesgeographyneurochemistryelectronicschemistryenergy storageastrophysicsparticle physicsc.n.n.halogensbiomoleculeselectromagnetic spectrumtechniquematerials scienceratioselectromagnetismcarbideschemical bondingsi derived unitscalendar erasenergysedimentary rocksthin film depositionsystemstemperaturecoatingselectrical conductorssemiconductor device fabricationnuclear reactor coolantselectricitychemical processesbombardmentscientific techniquespost-transition metalsatomsmetallurgycharacteristicsmultinational companiestypes of magnetsstructurematerialhydrogenresistphases of matteracousticscontinuum mechanicsoccupational safety and health
From  David Botsch on January 20th, 2012 165 plays

CNF NanoCourses 2004 – Section 2.2: Vacuum System Performa

structural engineeringcharge carriersoxygen compoundsforms of waterwater in gaslengthtransport phenomenametallurgymattersourcewatertemperaturevacuumelectronic amplifiersvalveschemistryeuphemismssubatomic particlesscatteringdietary mineralsspectrometerclassical mechanicscontinuum mechanicsmagnetismstaticsindustrial processessystems theoryhydraulicsglaciologymolecular physicscontrol engineeringnatural resourcesmultiplierlaboratory equipmentcondensed matter physicshand toolsmeasurementvacuum pumpschemical engineeringelectrical conductorsphases of matterconcepts in physicselementary mathematicsanalytical chemistryatmospheric thermodynamicsfuelsatomic physicssurfaceflangeopticsnitrogenoccupational safety and healthmoleculepumpsmass spectrometrycontaminationtoolslightmeasuring instrumentsvaporreducing agentsoxidizing agentscyberneticsmechanicsquarksmicroscopesmedical terminologysensory systemionsseals (mechanical)audio engineeringquantum electrodynamicseyeforceapplied and interdisciplinary physicsspectrometersvalvedielectricsbuilding materialselectromagnetismheat transferphilosophical terminologysemiconductor devicessemiconductorsaudio effectsphotographybiology and pharmacology of chemical elementswoodworkingelectrodesplumbingfilter theorysystems engineeringtransition metalsfuel gaskinematicsphysical sciencesgroup theorynuclear power plant componentsspectroscopyscientific terminologyupper limb anatomybuilding engineeringmaterials sciencegeometrycomputer graphicsaccelerator physicsgasesparticle physicselectronengine technologyprocesshazardous air pollutantselectricityratioselectronic circuitsmeteorologyvacuum systemchemical propertiesengineeringnonmetalspipingscientific techniqueselectromagnetic radiationphysical chemistrypsychrometricsneurological disordersmechanical engineeringpneumaticshydrocarbonpotentialelectronicsbiomoleculesenergymasspressureglass applicationshepatologylinear filtersplantsquantum mechanicssignal processingsystemglasscontrol theoryfluid dynamicssufferingnuclear physicssolutionsfluid mechanicsnatural philosophyoxidesthingsteelthermodynamicsmaterialmetalsstainlessgreenhouse gasesvacuum systemshistorical scientific instrumentswater vapormoleculesalgebra
From  David Botsch on January 20th, 2012 35 plays

CNF NanoCourses 2004 – Section 2.1: Vacuum Science, Pumps

atmospheric thermodynamicssystemsstrategic managementphilosophical terminologysystems theorygame equipmentelectrical engineeringmolecular physicsphysical phenomenatransition metalsnuclear reactor coolantscooling technologylow vacuumsurfacematerials sciencesi base unitsmetallurgyelectronpolitical philosophyfluid dynamicsparticle physicscoolantsventilatingflow rangehome appliancesheat pumpslaser gain mediaareachemical engineeringforms of waterbasic meteorological concepts and phenomenaopticshydraulicssocial conceptspumpssemiconductorsthermodynamicsmicroscopesvacuumdesign of experimentselectromagnetismwater vaporoxygen compoundsmechanicsionsatomic physicstopologymatterheat transfercarbon formsmoleculesphysical sciencespyrotechnic fuelsconcepts in physicselectronics terminologyunderwater diving physicselectricityfuelsheliumpressureaccelerator physicssi derived unitsenergy conversionmoleculefluid mechanicsvolumechemical propertiessystemcaption completecharge carriersand air conditioninggeography terminologymedical treatmentsbiology and pharmacology of chemical elementsatmospherereducing agentsengine technologymetalssensory systemrefrigerantsparts of speechbiologically based therapiesplumbingamountsemiconductor device fabricationnoble gasescontinuum mechanicsindustrial processeschemistrynatural sciencesred moleculemeasurementcyberneticssolutionssemiconductornitrogentemperaturepumpingsocial psychologycold surfacesolventstechnologyheatingmolecularnatural materialsclassical mechanicspower suppliesliquidspolitical science termsphase transitionscausal inferenceairship technologyviscositymeteorologybuilding materialsdietary mineralsmagnetismliquid nitrogenwater transportaircraft engineswatervacuum systemsmassmaterialsphases of mattercryogenicsvelocityseparation processesdielectricsenginesphysiologynonmetalsbiomoleculeslaboratory equipmentbasicallydecision theoryhigh vacuumvacuum pumpscollisionordergasesmeasuring instrumentsscience experimentsphysical chemistry
From  David Botsch on January 20th, 2012 64 plays