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MME 4309 Lecture 4: Ch. 4 A Brief Review of Thermodynamics

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Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
MME 4309
Dr.Varma
MME 4309 Lecture 3: Ch 3 Charged Interfaces

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Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
MME 4309
Dr.Varma
MME 4309 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ween, Adat, Stra

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Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
MME 4309
Dr.Varma
MME 3309 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Zirconium, Potential, Lanthanum Hexaboride

MME 3309: Electron Emitters 1. Which type of emitter provides the best resolution? Due to a higher accelerating potential and smaller electron source diameter, the field emitter provides a better resolution that ...

Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
MME 3309
Dr.Roberson
MME 3309 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Nichrome, Heating Element, Gallium

Study Guide 1 Incandescent light bulb Electronic Material: Tungsten coil filament Electronic Property: electrical conductivity Fluorescent Lamp Electronic Material: Tungsten filament electrode ...

Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
MME 3309
Dr.Roberson
BLAW 3301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Specific Performance, Liquidated Damages, Consequential Damages
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Chapter 13 Thursday, March 23, 2017 12:14 PM  Public policy o Violations of statutes 1. Usury contracts  charging more interest than it is allow...

Business Law
BLAW 3301
Robert Sandoval
POLS 2310 Lecture 11: Disobeying the Law (Crito)

Crito 3/14/16 Disobeying the law is ALWAYS unjust: Not appropriate because the conclusion between Socrates and the laws was that disobeying the law is always unjust Disobeying the law involves violating a contract ...

Political Science
POLS 2310
Webking
POLS 2310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Natural And Legal Rights

Political Communities The Declaration of Independence 3 parts: Statement of Principles List of Grievances Formal Statement of Separation Equality: in the most fundamental way people are the same be...

Political Science
POLS 2310
Webking
POLS 2310 Lecture 13: Political Communities

Political Communities The Political Community is essential for basic needs a good quality of life Political Communities Must control some things people do and don’t do Can harm them or prevent...

Political Science
POLS 2310
Webking
POLS 2310 Lecture 8: Crito Intro

Crito 2/26/16 Issue: What is the status of obligation to obey when we understand 1. good politics can do 2. harm politics can do Takes place in prison before Socrates’ death ...

Political Science
POLS 2310
Webking
POLS 2310 Lecture 9: Crito Continued

Crito 2/29/16 Socrates Response: “your eagerness is worth much if it should have some right claim" If it is directed well Wants to be a loyal, generous, and courageous friend Crito’s motives are excelle...

Political Science
POLS 2310
Webking
POLS 2310 Lecture 10: Crito Cont.

Crito 3/2/16 Need an argument about justice before escaping from jail. Establish common ground for argument Premise that is never right to pay injustice by avenging ourselves on those who harm by ...

Political Science
POLS 2310
Webking
POLS 2310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Meletus

Apology of Socrates 2/22/16 Proposal of Penalty Socrates found guilty Surprised at the small margin Socrates: “I have escaped Meletus." Meletus Socrates to propose alternate penalty ...

Political Science
POLS 2310
Webking
POLS 2310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Private Good, Comparative Politics

Apology of Socrates 2/24/16 It is practically impossible to be both a fully good person and a fully good citizen at the same time. Do the good things that Socrates was doing for the community and ...

Political Science
POLS 2310
Webking

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