In chemistry Raman spectroscopy is commonly used, this is because vibration information is specific to symmetry of molecules and the chemical bonds. Therefore, Raman spectroscopy provides a fingerprint by which the molecule can be known. For example, using infrared and Raman spectra, the vibration frequencies of Si3O3, Si3O2 and SiO were identified and assigned basing on their normal coordinating analyses. The technique is also used in studying changes in chemical bonding. This is when an enzyme acts on a substrate added on it.
During surgeries, Raman gas analyzers are used for real time monitoring of respiratory gas and anesthetic mixtures. This is done mainly in hospitals in deadly operations.Read More
Mechanical Seminar Topic selection gets engineering students, at the end of the fifth semester, on their heels. This is the time when they are expected to start their seminar and presentation preparations. During this particular semester the task facing them is to present a seminar on latest and interesting technologies in their field of specialization.
Presentations and mechanical seminars are not an easy road to tread. To begin with you have to gather information about your topic, then make a presentation that encompasses all the key points from the research, and finally present them in front of the audience who are sure to ask or have doubts.Read More
To become a Mercedes Benz mechanic you need to enter a training school for a Mercedes Benz mechanics program, in order to acquire the requisite knowledge in this field.This is a luxury field, the Mercedes Benz Company is known for luxury class vehicles and, therefore, aiming to take up this career and become a Mercedes Benz mechanic, you are required to have a luxury education as well.Read More
Simple physics projects have been there from time immemorial. Today in this article, I highlight the outstanding and significant projects of all times.
In 1924 a French physicist by the name Louis de Broglie proposed that electrons and other discrete bits of matter, which until then had been conceived only as material particles, also have wave properties such as wavelength and frequency.
Later (1927) the wave character of electrons was proved the lab by C.J. Davisson and L.H. Germer in New York and by G.P. Thomson in Aberdeen, Scot.