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Ya esta disponible en español nuestro mòdulo Teoría Atómica II. Puede leerla en este enlace #ciencia #quimica #teoriaatomica #science #chemistry #atomictheory
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Today in #science: In 1932, the neutron was discovered by Dr. James Chadwick. Read more about the neutron and Chadwick in our module "Atomic Theory II" http://bit.ly/2HMX0lI #chemistry #visionlearning #atoms #neutron
Atomic Theory II
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Today in #science. In 1868, Charles Darwin's book - Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication - was http://published. Read more about Darwin in our series of modules about his life and work. http://bit.ly/2BCixsW
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These giant, four-legged, long-necked herbivores were very common during the Cretaceous, and among the largest terrestrial animals to have ever stomped on Earth #science #dinosaurs #visionlearning http://bit.ly/2DL6jnH
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today in #science: Robert Boyle was born in 1627, known for his experiments on the properties of gases and his view of matter that was a forerunner of the modern theory of chemical elements. Read more about him in our module "Properties of Gases" http://bit.ly/2n7ObKI
Properties of Gases
Properties of Gases
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Check out these pictures of parts of the Sahara covered in snow #science #visionlearning
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Happy birthday to theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking! #science #todayinscience #stephenhawking #stephenwhawking #physics
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#todayinscience In 1919 Ernest Rutherford succeeded in splitting the atom. By bombarding nitrogen atoms with alpha particles emitted by radioactive materials he transmuted the nitrogen atoms into oxygen. Read about Rutherford in our module on Atomic Theory http://bit.ly/2Bwfm7C
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