Magnesium bisglycinate is presumably a weak base (pKa similar to other carboxylates). So in solution, you would get an equilibrium between glycine (conjugate acid of glycinate) and magnesium citrate.
Magnesium exists as Mg2+ and it wouldn't change. Even in the presence of a strong acid such as...
I agree with DrJohn.
It is possible you have allergies. The compounds appear thermostable so it's unlikely to be formaldehyde unless your heat gun belongs to Area 51.
First I parameterize ##z## by ##z(t) = 5i + (3 + i - 5i)t## such that ##z(0) = 5i## and ##z(1) = 3 + i##, which means that ##0 \leq t \leq 0## traces the entire line on the complex plane. By distributing ##t##, we achieve a parameterized expression of the form ##z(t) = x(t) + iy(t)##
$$z(t) = 3t...
Reasons professors make students do handwritten assignments:
1. Faster and easier to correct.
2. Easier to detect plagiarism.
3. To smell the tears soaked into the paper.
Slowly building the skillset to make my own molecular simulation software (pet project, I can't even approximate proprietary functionality). Do you guys have any idea how many components this contains lol
Having other Linux users do something on your own Linux system for more than 10 minutes should break your warranty.
I swear to god, these dickheads just needed to install a few things and suddenly I have five versions of python installed and my terminal is slow.
One of my organic chemistry professors is a gangster.
Once before a lab, he told us that certain chemicals might be missing from the stock after a break in. He then went onto comment that they had apparently only stolen some commonplace solvents, and that if he was to do it, he would probably...
The formula is derived by completing the square for the general case of a 2nd degree polynomial. Regardless, completing the square is a technique that is good to know as you will sometimes have to rewrite expressions "in-place", i.e. by subtracting "zero" and what not rather than moving terms...
Universities: We're going to make your life as a student more difficult because we want to save paper to spare the enVirNOnMEnt
Also universities: Please buy this 1500 page textbook full of unnecessary bloat for a 5 ECTS course. Oh and you'll only be using two chapters.
Related: I'm sure...
Reserve the good names for later. Once we get something like ChatGPT hooked up with Wolfram-Alpha + a super computer, we can think about using the good names. Imagine being able to draw a molecule and simply prompting "will this [do what we predict it will]?" and getting an answer in the time it...
The most reason to pay attention in ODE/PDE classes is to know if your lecturer means t when he writes x and vice versa.
The rigor of a mathematician's reasoning is inversely related to the rigor of their handwriting.
There's always an expression. The reason we don't include materials with certain properties is because their activities evaluate to 1, i.e. something multiplied by 1 is itself, so it's not written out. The confusion likely arises from the fact that we usually only include (g) and (aq) samples in...
Interestingly, it's probably easier to make some predictions about the density of composites as the number of ways the material is likely to pack is probably reduced. Still not enough information, though.
Actually, I'm stupid. We can just represent the output in a different base than base 2, which would generate a unique number and can be easily converted to give information about the matrix.
My bad, thanks!
Yes, I thought of that. and it's good for small matrices, but becomes very tricky when you are dealing with large matrices (think, you'll need n² digits to represent one matrix) and that's not to mention leading zeroes.
So thank you, there is a way. But is there a more elegant way?
Function was maybe a better word (the real word, really). So if me get ##M_{B,i}## denote an arbitrary binary matrix of dimensions n x n, then ##f(M_{B,i}) = k## where ##k## is unique for all ##i##.
If we have an arbitrary square matrix populated randomly with 1s and 0s, is there an operator which will return a unique number for each configuration of 1s and 0s in the matrix?
i.e. an operation on
$$ \begin{pmatrix}
1 &0 &0 \\
1 & 0 & 1\\
0 & 1 & 0
\end{pmatrix} $$
would return something...
I have been told I often think outside of the box.
Except the box is the one you keep random screws, receipts and buttons in you're too afraid to throw out.
I always construed that "an observer" is simply short hand for "information is being transmitted to and from the system", which translates to "observation is possible". It is this information which causes a collapse, so to speak.
Might be wrong.
In my language, we call it "salt acid" (direct translation) and never refer to it as "hydrochloric acid" except in English writings. Might be partially cultural.
3x Pfizer. No side effects aside from mild soreness on injection side (what do you expect from having a needle inserted into a muscle?) which subsided around 30 hours later. Went about my day just as if nothing had happened.