This video introduces the 2D materials; photonics & plasmonics in metallic graphene; semiconducting transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) with large bandgap; and bridging the gap black phosphorus for nanophotonics.
The Native Korean numbers are used when you say your age, tell the time or count something in Korean.And this system is only needed to tell the numbers from 1 to 99. Bigger numbers (like 100 for instance) existed in the past in native Korean numbers but they are no longer used. So all you have to remember is the numbers between 1~99. Therefore, it would be much easier for you to memorize these numbers compared to the Sino Korean Numbers
In this lecture, I discuss the context within which the theory I am delineating through this course emerge: that of the cold war. What is belief? Why is it so important to people? Why will they fight to protect it? I propose that belief unites a culture's expectations and desires with the actions of its people, and that the match between those two allows for cooperative action and maintains emotional stability. I suggest, further, that culture has a deep narrative structure, presenting the world as a forum for action, with characters representing the individual, the known, and the unknown -- or the individual, culture and nature -- or the individual, order and chaos.
This is a recorded webinar with Matt Page, a trainer from Cochrane Australia, on how to use Review Manager (RevMan). RevMan is the free software used to write Cochrane Reviews. There are two versions of Cochrane RevMan: RevMan Web (online platform recommended for Cochrane intervention reviews) and RevMan 5 (desktop version used for non-intervention review formats, non-Cochrane reviews and for offline working). NOTE: RevMan 5 is no longer being developed or updated.
This video talks about RevMan 5. Note that the most detailed and up-to-date tutorial on using RevMan 5 is available on the RevMan (5.3 version) Help menu, upon installation.
Expansive soils cause more property damage per year than earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, and tornadoes combined. Expansive soils are a slow-moving geologic phenomenon, which makes them not very news-worthy. However, they still cause a tremendous amount of damage to buildings and the public infrastructure we rely on every day.