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2.625 Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage: Fundamentals, Materials, and Applications (MIT) 2.625 Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage: Fundamentals, Materials, and Applications (MIT)

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This course will introduce students to the principles, performance, and challenges of electrochemical and photoelectrochemical devices. This will be done in the context of global energy needs and challenges, and will include an overview of different energy technologies. This course will introduce students to the principles, performance, and challenges of electrochemical and photoelectrochemical devices. This will be done in the context of global energy needs and challenges, and will include an overview of different energy technologies.

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electrochemistry | electrochemistry | battery | battery | fuel cell | fuel cell | energy | energy | electrodes | electrodes | solid oxide fuel cell | solid oxide fuel cell | lithium ion battery | lithium ion battery | proton exchange membrane | proton exchange membrane | electrical double layer | electrical double layer | chemical equilibrium | chemical equilibrium | chemical potential | chemical potential | catalysis | catalysis | Butler-Volmer model | Butler-Volmer model | electrochemical impedance spectroscopy | electrochemical impedance spectroscopy | kinetics | kinetics | surface reactivity | surface reactivity

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Chemical and Environmental Behaviour of Materials: Batteries

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This animation demonstrates electron flow in a Daniell cell. From TLP: Batteries

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batteries | energy storage | thermodynamics | electrochemistry | Daniell cell | DoITPoMS | University of Cambridge | animation | corematerials | ukoer

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Chemical and Environmental Behaviour of Materials: Batteries

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This animation demonstrates electron flow in a Daniell cell. From TLP: Batteries

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batteries | energy storage | thermodynamics | electrochemistry | daniell cell | doitpoms | university of cambridge | animation | corematerials | ukoer | Engineering | H000

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Joseph Swan's Experiment Journal

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This journal belonging to Joseph Swan is from the Swan Collection of Tyne & Wear Museums, held at the Discovery Museum in Newcastle upon Tyne. Sir Joseph Wilson Swan was a British Physicist, Chemist and Inventor. Swan lived at Underhill, on Kells Lane North in Low Fell, Gateshead. It was here that he conducted most of his experiments in the large conservatory. His investigations in electro-chemistry led to the construction of a motor electric meter, an electric fire-damp detector, a miners' electric safety lamp. Most importantly, Swan was also a pioneer in photographic procedures such as carbon printing. It was Swan's demonstration of the light bulb at a lecture in Newcastle upon Tyne on 18 December 1878, before its later development by the American Thomas Edison that he is most famous for. Swan and Edison later collaborated in their work with the incandescent light bulb in 1883, when they founded the Edison & Swan United Electric Light Company, otherwise known as 'Ediswan.' Many items held at Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums relating to Joseph Swan offer an amazing insight in to his work as an inventor and his place in the History of Scientific progression. This set offers a small selection from these collections. This set has been produced in support of the British Science Festival 2013, held in Newcastle upon Tyne. You can find more information on the Festival here (Copyright) We're happy for you to share these digital images within the spirit of The Commons. Please cite 'Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums' when reusing. Certain restrictions on high quality reproductions and commercial use of the original physical version apply though; if you're unsure please email archives@twmuseums.org.uk

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science | invention | northeast | electric | pioneer | chemistry | livingtestimony | specific | writing | experimentation | onpaper | britishphysicist | journal | record | documentation | socialhistory | archives | josephswan | experimentaljournal | swancollection | tynewearmuseums | fascinating | engaging | unusual | sirjosephwilsonswan | chemist | inventor | gateshead | northeastofengland | unitedkingdom | colourphotograph | digitalimage | investigations | electrochemistry | construction | motorelectricmeter | electricfiredampdetector | minerselectricsafetylamp | photographicprocedures | carbonprinting | lightbulb | demonstration | development | incandescentlightbulb | ediswan | edisonswanunitedelectriclightcompany | thomasedison | insight | industry | britishsciencefestival2013 | tools | paper | mark | dated | journalentry | blackoutline | handwriting | discolouration | josephswanbritishsciencefestival2013 | recordkeeping

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Mawson, Swan & Morgan

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This photograph is from the Swan Collection of Tyne & Wear Museums, held at the Discovery Museum in Newcastle upon Tyne. Sir Joseph Wilson Swan was a British Physicist, Chemist and Inventor. Swan lived at Underhill, on Kells Lane North in Low Fell, Gateshead. It was here that he conducted most of his experiments in the large conservatory. His investigations in electro-chemistry led to the construction of a motor electric meter, an electric fire-damp detector, a miners' electric safety lamp. Most importantly, Swan was also a pioneer in photographic procedures such as carbon printing. It was Swan's demonstration of the light bulb at a lecture in Newcastle upon Tyne on 18 December 1878, before its later development by the American Thomas Edison that he is most famous for. Swan and Edison later collaborated in their work with the incandescent light bulb in 1883, when they founded the Edison & Swan United Electric Light Company, otherwise known as 'Ediswan.' Many items held at Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums relating to Joseph Swan offer an amazing insight in to his work as an inventor and his place in the History of Scientific progression. This set offers a small selection from these collections. This set has been produced in support of the British Science Festival 2013, held in Newcastle upon Tyne. You can find more information on the Festival here (Copyright) We're happy for you to share these digital images within the spirit of The Commons. Please cite 'Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums' when reusing. Certain restrictions on high quality reproductions and commercial use of the original physical version apply though; if you're unsure please email archives@twmuseums.org.uk

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science | invention | northeast | electric | pioneer | sirjosephwilsonswan | britishphysicist | chemist | inventor | experiments | conservatory | electrochemistry | motorelectricmeter | electricfiredampdetector | minerselectricsafetylamp | photographicprocedures | carbonprinting | lightbulb | lecture | incandescentlightbulb | edisonswanunitedelectriclightcompany | historyofscientificprogression | britishsciencefestival2013 | newcastleupontyne | northeastofengland | unitedkingdom | mawsonswanmorgan | photography | blackandwhitephotograph | digitalimage | archives | industry | socialhistory | abstract | fascinating | impressive | unusual | interesting | engaging | street | pavement | pedestrian | post | coat | cap | shopwindow | displays | signage | buildings | wall | window | glass | frame | structure | construction | reflection | technology | developments | progress | bicycle | grain | mark | blur | picture | architecture | service | ladder | moustache | door | suit | trousers | items | rooms | looking | standing

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A Portrait of Joseph Swan

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This portrait of Joseph Swan is from the Swan Collection of Tyne & Wear Museums, held at the Discovery Museum in Newcastle upon Tyne. Sir Joseph Wilson Swan was a British Physicist, Chemist and Inventor. Swan lived at Underhill, on Kells Lane North in Low Fell, Gateshead. It was here that he conducted most of his experiments in the large conservatory. His investigations in electro-chemistry led to the construction of a motor electric meter, an electric fire-damp detector, a miners' electric safety lamp. Most importantly, Swan was also a pioneer in photographic procedures such as carbon printing. It was Swan's demonstration of the light bulb at a lecture in Newcastle upon Tyne on 18 December 1878, before its later development by the American Thomas Edison that he is most famous for. Swan and Edison later collaborated in their work with the incandescent light bulb in 1883, when they founded the Edison & Swan United Electric Light Company, otherwise known as 'Ediswan.' Many items held at Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums relating to Joseph Swan offer an amazing insight in to his work as an inventor and his place in the History of Scientific progression. This set offers a small selection from these collections. This set has been produced in support of the British Science Festival 2013, held in Newcastle upon Tyne. You can find more information on the Festival here (Copyright) We're happy for you to share these digital images within the spirit of The Commons. Please cite 'Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums' when reusing. Certain restrictions on high quality reproductions and commercial use of the original physical version apply though; if you're unsure please email archives@twmuseums.org.uk

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science | invention | northeast | electric | pioneer | josephswan | blackandwhitephotograph | portrait | swancollection | tynewearmuseums | discoverymuseum | newcastleupontyne | sirjosephwilsonswan | britishphysicist | chemist | inventor | underhill | kellslanenorth | lowfell | gateshead | experiments | conservatory | investigations | electrochemistry | construction | motorelectricmeter | electricfiredampdetector | minerselectricsafetylamp | photographicprocedures | carbonprinting | lightbulb | lecture | 18december1878 | development | americanthomasedison | swanandedison | collaboration | incandescentlightbulb | 1883 | edisonswanunitedelectriclightcompany | ediswan | historyofscientificprogression | britishsciencefestival2013 | blankbackground | tear | cloth | uniform | sword | buckle | shoes | beard | waistcoat | buttons | shirt | composed | socialheritage | striking | hat | standing | crease | grain | glove | shine | victorianphotographicportraits | famouspeople

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Ediswan

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This poster is from the Swan Collection of Tyne & Wear Museums, held at the Discovery Museum in Newcastle upon Tyne. Sir Joseph Wilson Swan was a British Physicist, Chemist and Inventor. Swan lived at Underhill, on Kells Lane North in Low Fell, Gateshead. It was here that he conducted most of his experiments in the large conservatory. His investigations in electro-chemistry led to the construction of a motor electric meter, an electric fire-damp detector, a miners' electric safety lamp. Most importantly, Swan was also a pioneer in photographic procedures such as carbon printing. It was Swan's demonstration of the light bulb at a lecture in Newcastle upon Tyne on 18 December 1878, before its later development by the American Thomas Edison that he is most famous for. Swan and Edison later collaborated in their work with the incandescent light bulb in 1883, when they founded the Edison & Swan United Electric Light Company, otherwise known as 'Ediswan.' Many items held at Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums relating to Joseph Swan offer an amazing insight in to his work as an inventor and his place in the History of Scientific progression. This set offers a small selection from these collections. This set has been produced in support of the British Science Festival 2013, held in Newcastle upon Tyne. You can find more information on the Festival here (Copyright) We're happy for you to share these digital images within the spirit of The Commons. Please cite 'Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums' when reusing. Certain restrictions on high quality reproductions and commercial use of the original physical version apply though; if you're unsure please email archives@twmuseums.org.uk

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science | invention | northeast | electric | pioneer | poster | swancollection | sirjosephwilsonswan | britishphysicist | chemist | inventor | underhill | kellslanenorth | lowfell | gateshead | experiments | conservatory | investigations | electrochemistry | construction | motorelectricmeter | electricfiredampdetector | minerselectricsafetylamp | photographicprocedures | carbonprinting | lightbulb | britishsciencefestival2013 | newcastleupontyne | scientificprogression | lecture | 18december1878 | incandescentlightbulb | thomasedison | 1883 | edisonswanunitedelectriclightcompany | ediswan | text | letters | words | illustration | bench | table | platform | stand | shirt | waistcoat | moustache | man | trousers | hook | glass | lightshade | lightglobe | tool | flame | heat | cushion | wall | pattern | pole | scientificheritage | interesting | blackandwhite | practicemakesperfect | original | economical | reliable | incandescentelectriclamps

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General Chemistry II

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This second-semester course will cover several of the tools needed to study chemistry at a more advanced level. We will identify the factors that affect the speed of a reaction, learn how an atom bomb works on a chemical level, and discover how chemistry powers a light bulb, and conclude with a discussion of organic chemistry, a topic that is as important to biology as it is to chemistry. This free course may be completed online at any time. See course site for detailed overview and learning outcomes. (Chemistry 102; See also: Biology 106)

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chemistry | chemical | equilibrium | le chatelier's principle | solubility | electrochemistry | radioactivity | nuclear chemistry | organic chemistry | Physical sciences | F000

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Analytical Chemistry

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Analytical chemistry is the branch of chemistry dealing with measurement, both qualitative and quantitative. This discipline is also concerned with the chemical composition of samples. In the field, analytical chemistry is applied when detecting the presence and determining the quantities of chemical compounds, such as lead in water samples or arsenic in tissue samples. It also encompasses many different spectrochemical techniques, all of which are used under various experimental conditions. This branch of chemistry teaches the general theories behind the use of each instrument as well analysis of experimental data. This free course may be completed online at any time. See course site for detailed overview and learning outcomes. (Chemistry 108)

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analytical chemistry | stoichiometry | molarity | molality | calibration | linear regression | titration | spectrochemical | spectroscopy | uv | ir | resonance | chromatography | electrophoresis | electrochemistry | Physical sciences | F000

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