Lec-14 Thermodynamic Property Relations-II

Lec-14 Thermodynamic Property Relations-II

Good morning. I welcome you to this session. In the last class, we started the discussion on important thermodynamic property relations. We will do that in this class, continue that. Just we started the discussion. Today, what we will do, before continuing that, these thermodynamic property relations, just we will recapitulate two important mathematical theorems, very simple, which we know

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Properties of Amides

Properties of Amides

Hey it’s Professor Dave, let’s talk about amides. We’ve looked at a few different carbonyl-containing functional groups and their derivatives, so let’s look at one more, the amide. As we recall, these consist of a carbonyl adjacent to a nitrogen atom, with the nitrogen bonded to two other groups, either hydrogen or alkyl in some combination. There is a lot

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America’s Only Michelin-Starred Korean Barbecue Has an In-House Dry Aging Room — K-Town

This new restaurant called, Cote. It is one of most ambitious Korean barbecues I’ve seen anywhere and that’s because they have their own dry-aging room. They don’t do this in Korea. (soothing music) You guys just opened here, like a couple months ago. It’s been like eight weeks. And, so where’s the name from, Cote? – [Simon] Cote is Korean

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Mechanical Properties Definitions {Texas A&M: Intro to Materials}

Mechanical Properties Definitions {Texas A&M: Intro to Materials}

Howdy! The purpose of this video is to review some of the basic terminology that you will encounter when talking about mechanical properties in materials. And we’re going to focus this all around stress-strain diagram that’s one of the principal tools that we use to interpret mechanical properties in materials Now I am going to assume that you’ve already watched

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