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Demonstrations 21 - 36 of 36
Chemical Reactions Represented via a 3D Simplex
Chemical Reactions Represented on a 2D Simplex
Laue's Method for 2D Lattices Using Ewald's Circle
Successive Dissociations of Polyprotic Acid H_4A as Regulated by pH
Detailed Analysis of Rutherford Scattering of Alpha Particles
Bertrand's Box Paradox
Classical Qualitative Inorganic Analysis
Blood Donation Protocols
Infrared and Raman Vibrational Spectra of Methane
Beats Produced by Two Tuning Forks
Conformational Analysis of Ethane, Butane and 2-Butanol
Operations of C3v Symmetry Group Applied to Ammonia
Balmer Series for the Bohr Atom
Loading Plot of a Principal Component Analysis (PCA)
Chemical Equilibrium and Kinetics for HI Reaction
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