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When gases are dissolved in liquids, the relative rate of diffusion of a given gas is proportional to its solubility in the liquid and inversely proportional to the square root of its molecular mass.
Bill the Engineer Guy looks at what makes up a liquid crystal display and how it works.
The condition for maximum intensity contained in Bragg's law allows us to calculate details about a crystal structure, or if the crystal structure is known, to determine the wavelength of the x-rays ...
Optics experiments with Infra-Red light, light bulbs and liquid crystal post cards.
A brief description of how LCD displays work, from the microscopic principles to full screens. From HowStuffWorks.com.
This site gives an in depth explanation of how televisions work and how TV screens display images (both colour and black and white). The site also includes information on Liquid Crystal Displays ...
Hoping for a white Christmas? This site reveals the secrets of snowflakes, ice crystals, and all things frosty.
A set of instructions for building a crystal radio at home, includes photos to help.
A comprehensive site about snowflakes and snow crystals, including a spectacular gallery and answering if two snowflakes are ever the same.
Instructions and circuit diagrams for building a crystal radio circuit.
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