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Tea Tables in Harlot's Progress

Bethany Qualls, PhD candidate in English Literature takes us on a tour of engravings involving tea tables from the 18th British text by William Hogarth, "A Harlot's Progress". From…

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HYD151: Vadose Zone Hydrology

This 44-minute presentation introduces concepts associated with measuring soil water content and matric potential.

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EMS 289C Spring 2018 Sabyasachi Sen, UC Davis

Spectroscopic probes for glasses and PDCs

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EMS 289C Spring 2018 Gurpreet Singh, Kansas State

Polymer Derived Ceramics: Nanocomposites and Fibers for Energy Applications

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EMS 289C Spring 2018 Gabriela Mera, Darmstadt

Synthesis and Structure of Polymer-Derived Ceramic Materials

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EMS 289C Spring 2018 Peter Kroll, University of Texas, Arlington

Theoretical studies of PDCs

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EMS 289C Spring 2018 Alexandra Navrotsky, UC Davis

Introduction to structure and thermodynamics of glasses and PDCs

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Zuhair Munir

Name: Zuhair Munir Interviewer: James Shackelford Date Interviewed: 12/9/2014 Date Appointed: 1972 Date Retired: 2010 Department: Chemical Engineering and Materials Science In this…

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Art History 2013: Dr. Shinya Maezaki - San Francisco between 1858 and 1912: Gate of Japanese Ceramics to the United States

San Francisco Between 1858 and 1912: Gate Of Japanese Ceramics To The United States, Dr. Shinya Maezaki October 8, 2013

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