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Infrared Thermal Imaging: Fundamentals, Research and Applications
Ten years ago, a book with a title like this would be interesting only to a narrow circle of specialists. Thanks to rapid advances in technology, the price of thermal imaging devices has droppedExpand
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Relaxation-time measurement and imaging in the earth's magnetic field
Abstract Investigation of nuclear magnetic relaxation-time imaging and measurement in the earth′s magnetic field using field-cycling spin preparation has been performed. A new pulse technique namedExpand
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Nano goes to school: a teaching model of the atomic force microscope
The paper describes a teaching model of the atomic force microscope (AFM), which proved to be successful in the role of an introduction to nanoscience in high school. The model can demonstrate theExpand
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Project laboratory for first-year students
This paper reports the modification of an existing experimental subject into a project laboratory for first-year physics students studying in the first cycle of university level and at a higherExpand
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Dependence of blood clot lysis on the mode of transport of urokinase into the clot--a magnetic resonance imaging study in vitro.
: Magnetic resonance imaging was employed to study the dependence of clot lysing patterns on two different modes of transport of urokinase into whole blood clots. In one group of clots (nonperfusedExpand
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Sketching graphs—an efficient way of probing students' conceptions
This paper describes a teaching method that allows for the fast and early detection of students' conceptions, misconceptions and their development. The empirical study of two examples where theExpand
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CORRIGENDUM: The surface-to-volume ratio in thermal physics: from cheese cube physics to animal metabolism
The surface-to-volume ratio is an important quantity in thermal physics. For example it governs the behaviour of heating or cooling of physical objects as a function of size like, e.g. cubes orExpand
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Water-drop projector
This simple experiment involves observation of microorganisms in a drop of pond water. The explanation of the image formation in the paraxial region is given using geometrical optics.
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Designing and Investigating New Ways of Interactive Whiteboard Use in Physics Instruction
Researchers on the topic of Interactive Whiteboard (IWB) use in education stress that while important, teachers’ mastering of the technological and interactive aspects of the IWB is not enough forExpand
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Analyzing patterns in experts' approaches to solving experimental problems
We report detailed observations of three pairs of expert scientists and a pair of advanced undergraduate students solving an experimental optics problem. Using a new method (“transition graphs”) ofExpand
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