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The “scientific method”, a needless stumbling block. With a note on falsification

Science does not have a separate special method for learning about the world, the “scientific method” as taught in schools is a damaging illusion, and the falsifiability criterion has itself been falsified… 2,511 more words


Lecture 4.102- Working of Lasers

Einstein’s Theory – Interaction of Radiation with Matter

The interaction of matter and radiation are of different type, here we are focused on the emission and absorption phenomena but majorly on emission mechanism. 716 more words

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Lecture 4.101- Introduction to Laser Technology

LASER (Laser Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation) a very interesting and Advance technology, making place in industry. The working principle of the Laser is not that complex, it’s just a step ahead of the Bohr’s theory and some other properties. 513 more words

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Lecture 3.103- Types of Corrosion -I

An effective engineering lies in controlling of corrosion rather preventing it, because it is not possible to eliminate corrosion completely”

Differential Metal Corrosion (Galvanic Corrosion) 526 more words

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Lecture 1.108 – Ion Selective Electrodes

The basic principle of ion-selective electrode is that the potential developed is due to a fix ion, and not affect (actually very little effected) by the change in concentration of other ions. 679 more words

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Lecture 1.107 – Concentration Cells

“Its Natural to distribute equally “

just like in the very first lecture 1.101 (reference )We discussed the working principle of the electrode, we have a tendency which is different from metal to metal that actually get to decide what amount of electron will be collected and that is why we consider the standard electrode potential of a electrode in the Emf or nerst equation. 478 more words

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