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    Biology A Career in nanomedicine

    I would like to do research on nano medicine such as creating drug delivery systems and smart drugs i need to know what kind of bachelor i should do and which universities offer the best research in this area in America and how to progress from the bachelor to a full time researcher ?
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    Other Re; Nanomedical enteurpreneur

    I am currently doing a diploma of bio science i want to be a doctor and then research and start a nanomedical company , dealing with drug delivery systems, i want to know how to do such a thing
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    Chlorophyll pigment size

    can any biology expert tell me the size of a chlorophyll molecule and the size of a photosystem ?
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    Quantum Photovoltaics and solar energy

    i want a list of books related to photovoltaics specifically the ones related to the mechanism
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    Surface tension of water

    a thin film of water has surface tension due to the strong bonds present on the surface in order to counteract the net downward force and this increases the potential energy of the surface layer of particles therefore on a hydrophobic surface it forms a water droplet , my question is since it...
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    Biomedical science careers

    what can i do with a degree in bio medical science ,could i venture into fileds associated with nanotechnology ?
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    Engineering Will biomedicine lead to master of biomedical engineering?

    i'm currently enrolled in a degree in biomedicine, i want to know whether i can do a master in bio medical engineering , the employability of the field and what sort of content is there in such a degree ?
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    Proving an inverse function

    if then to prove an inverse of this exists the following has been done to show that it is one to one what is the basis of equating the 2 square roots ?
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    Representation of (x-7) and (x+1)

    Mod note: Changed the title and this post to reflect the situtation in the diagram the representation of the inequality (x-7)(x+1) ≤ 0 makes no sense to me . can someone explain this . the diagram is attached
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    The how to represent an inequality in a graph question

    if x+y ≥ 2 it contains all the point in the line x+y =2 and the half plane above it. but ,graph if x-y ≥ 2 then if consider a line x-y= 2 the inequality represents the line and the half plane below it . i don't understand why it represents the half line below it why not above ?
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    Nanotechnology -- is it worth it?

    i'm interested in studying nanotechnology at La trobe University and i want to know whether this is a good degree and whether i can do an engineering degree for my masters ?
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    Plotting functions

    if we draw a line parallel to the x- axis and passes through a point in the image and the graph intersects at one point is this a one to one function ?
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    A question on plotting functions on a graph

    when i was reading a supplementary notes doc from open course ware fro MIT on single variable calculus there was a description about a graphical representation of a single valued function as " if each line parallel to the y- axis and which passes through a point in the domain intersects the...
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    A question on plotting functions on a graph

    when i was reading a supplementary notes doc from open course ware fro MIT on single variable calculus there was a description about a graphical representation of a single valued function as " if each line parallel to the y- axis and which passes through a point in the domain intersects the...
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    Electrons and holes

    Well here's the problem carbon nanotubes possess a electron - hole symmetry .my question is to what property of CNT'S does this symmetricity attribute to ? in otherwords if we dope this with a material with more electrons / holes what property will change ?
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    A The spectral gap and it's decidability

    The article on undecidability of presence of spectral gap by describing its microscopic structure seems to contradict the fact that we can decide whether a CNT is metallic or semi -conducting by checking its diameter and its twist.
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    A coin toss probability problem

    Homework Statement If a fair coin is tossed 6 times what is the probability of obtaining 3 heads and 3 tails / Homework Equations c(n,r)=n! ------- r!(n-r)! The Attempt at a Solution the no of probable outcomes = 26 = 64...
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    Schools Which university out of RMIT and La Trobe is best ?

    I'm looking for a double degree in applied science and nanotechnology and have no clue about universities in melbourne australia
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    Ka and water solubility

    why is Ka of benzoic acid greater than acetic acid in aqueous medium yet water solubility of benzoic acid is less than acetic acid . (water solubility of acetic acid is infinite) ?
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    Dinner or diner ?

    Homework Statement How many different permutations can be created with the word dinner ? Homework Equations The Attempt at a Solution Well if we consider all the permutations it will be 6P6 = 6*5*4*3*2*1 = 720 combinations --6!-- If we consider the distinguishable ones Since 2N 's are...
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    Where would you sit in the bus ?

    Homework Statement If there are 4 people and six empty seats . in how many ways can they be seated ? Homework Equations The Attempt at a Solution Is it 6P4 6*5*4*3 = 360 combinations ?
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    Heads or tails? (Question from Feynman lectures)

    I have been going through feynmans lectures on probability and have a few questions that i can't answer ; in the part regarding fluctuations he introduces us to tree diagrams(pascals triangle ) and gives an example regarding the toss of a coin If we consider the no. Of tosses as n and no. Of...
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