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D. Meliga and S. Z. Lavagnino
Demonstrations 1 - 20 of 26
The 14 3D Bravais Lattices
Solubilization Model for Ionic Compounds
Alice and Jacobi in Determinantland
Single-Step Reaction Kinetics Using Collision Theory
Crystal Field Theory for Coordination Complexes
Central Limit Theorem Illustrated with Four Probability Distributions
Kinetic and Thermodynamic Control of Electrophilic Addition Reactions
Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution Reactions of Benzene
Electrophilic Addition to Alkenes with Formation of Optical Isomers
Zeros of a Polynomial or Rational Function and Its Derivative
Stoichiometry: With Excess or Limiting Reagents
Dealer's Odds in Blackjack
Rotating Crystal Method for 2D Lattices Using Ewald's Circle
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
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