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Turning the Periodic Table upside down: Easier?

(Inspired by the official article of Martyn Poliakoff and Ellen Poliakoff) Abstract The periodic table is an output of huge dedications of many scientists like Lavoisier, Dobereiner, Newland, Moseley, and so on. Around 150 years before Dimtri Ivanovich Mendeleev first built up his form of the periodic table. It was successful enough, especially in predicting …

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The Missing Pieces of Jigsaw-The Standard Model Of Particle Physics.

The Lagrangian of the Standard model perfectly encapsulates our current understanding of the observable universe into a framework of equations. It is the most rigorous theory of particle physics and is incredibly precise and accurate in its predictions. The Standard Model mathematically describes the 17 building blocks of the observable universe: six quarks, six leptons, …

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Noble Gases: “Monoatomic Substances” or “Monoatomic Molecular Substances”?

  Abstract Recently, views are rising among some teachers that noble gases should be understood as “existing in the form of monoatomic molecules\’\’ instead of just “separate atoms”. Undoubtedly, this has made students confused when trying to understand the properties of noble gases. To evaluate the two notions, this article first reviews historical discussions around …

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Predicting Sexual Risk Behaviours and Adverse Sexual Health Outcomes of Undergraduate Students in the United Kingdom

Abstract Young people, who are aged 15 to 24 years, in the United Kingdom witness significant changes throughout their lives as they sexually mature. During the transition to a university environment, young people may be exposed to new social factors (e.g. alcohol consumption, peer pressure) and psychological factors (e.g. depression), coinciding with demographic factors (e.g. …

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An Introduction to the Application of Statistics in Big Data

Abstract Statistics, in its modern sense, is a field of study that aims to analyze natural phenomena through mathematical means. As a highly diverse and versatile discipline, statistics has been developed not only in the areas of STEM subjects, but also in the spheres of social science, economics, and humanities. More recently, the use of …

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The Feasible Research of Lakes Eutrophication Using the Ecosystemized multi-Probiotics

Abstract The emerging environmental issue of lake eutrophication was recognized as a water pollution problem in lakes and reservoirs in the mid-20th century, and the situation has become more serious currently worldwide. Human activities accelerate the rate of nutrients entering ecosystems, and the trend is now approaching ecologically critical levels. This project examines whether the …

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Evaluation the Gaussian Integral through the use of Power Series and Master Theorem

Abstract The Gaussian Integral is an important tool, imperative to the study of probability and statistics.It and similar integrals are computed usually through the method of double integrals and spherical coordinates. This paper sets forward an avenue of exploration highlighting the versatility and applications of the Ramanujan Master Theorem, a method to find the value …

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