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Does anyone have a pdf-version of this book? "Foundations of Astrophysics - International edition" by Ryden, Barbara and Peterson, Bradley M. (2011)
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What are you studying /sci/? I'm currently doing a Physics (Particle) course.

Nanotechnology = pipedream?

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It seems like throughout my entire life I've been hearing that nanotechnology would change EVERYTHING. It is now blatantly obvious that nanotechnology has very little to no practical uses. Graphene is a new material that is getting almost as much hype as nanotech was getting although the 90s and 00s. Is Graphene just another pipe dream like Nanotech?+
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Good Day, ubermenschen of /sci/ I'm building a CFD solver in C++ and have reached a point where I need to pass a very large matrix to a function for modification. If I require that this matrix not be replicated in memory, which of these do you advise I do: void function(const Matrix &m) {...} OR void function(Matrix *m)
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Hi, /sci/. Why is diamond so incredibly thermally conductive?
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Are you contributing anything to science or are you just being lazy fucks /sci/
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Chem friends I just took a chem exam and got raped, heres one of the questions I could not figure out. (1 Mol)Al melting point is at 933 K (and then it gave 10.7kJ, I dont remember what it was in reference too, most likely req energy). 1 Mol of Pb boiling point is at 600K and 3.77kJ. It then said both metals were placed in a furnace at 1000K, It asked which one has the largest delta S and what that delta S value was.






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