Belen G. Aranjuez

Belen G. Aranjuez

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Having a hard time remembering all of the chemistry laboratory glassware? This handy visual guide created by Andy Brunning of 'Compound Interest' will help you remember your basic glassware, flasks, funnels, condensers, and measuring apparatuses.

Картинки по запросу Van de Graaff Generator parts

Картинки по запросу Van de Graaff Generator parts

What I particularly like about the Van de Graaff (or VDG) is that it’s a combination of a few discrete scientific principles and some mechanically produced current, making it an interesting study. For example, did you know that its voltage is limited mostly by the diameter and curvature of the dome? That’s why a handheld one is harmless but you want to avoid getting zapped by one with a 15″ diameter dome. What follows is a journey through the workings of this interesting high voltage…

What I particularly like about the Van de Graaff (or VDG) is that it’s a combination of a few discrete scientific principles and some mechanically produced current, making it an interesting s…

27 mujeres de ciencia a través de las imágenes de Eulogia Merle y las palabras del MUNCYT

27 mujeres de ciencia a través de las imágenes de Eulogia Merle y las palabras del MUNCYT

27 mujeres de ciencia a través de las imágenes de Eulogia Merle y las palabras del MUNCYT

27 mujeres de ciencia a través de las imágenes de Eulogia Merle y las palabras del MUNCYT

27 mujeres de ciencia a través de las imágenes de Eulogia Merle y las palabras del MUNCYT

27 mujeres de ciencia a través de las imágenes de Eulogia Merle y las palabras del MUNCYT

27 mujeres de ciencia a través de las imágenes de Eulogia Merle y las palabras del MUNCYT

27 mujeres de ciencia a través de las imágenes de Eulogia Merle y las palabras del MUNCYT

Edith Clarke is one of the women featured in Women in Science by Rachel Ignotofsky

Illustrator Rachel Ignotofsky’s new book is a clever introduction to women scientists through history, starting with the ancient polymath Hypatia.