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How you can start building a robot with electron affinity

You may not be a robot expert, but you’re a robot fan, and your favorite robot shows it.And that’s great.In this series, we’ll walk you through the steps needed to build a robot that’s both functional and interesting.You don’t need to know much about robotics.In fact, I wouldn’t recommend you try to learn anything at […]

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What is a digital image frame?

The term “digital image frame” has come to mean a computer-generated image or picture.Technically, a digital camera can process images from a variety of digital image formats and convert them to an image.For example, a smartphone or a camera can automatically recognize an image from a digital photo.But a digital picture frame can also be […]

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Feels Like a Feels like a Feel

The world’s first commercial battery powered by lithium, one of the rarest metals in the world, is making its first public appearance in New York City this week.The batteries, made by Electrolux, are the brainchild of CEO Joseph Fry and will be on display at the Electric Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles on Wednesday.The […]

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Bromine-hydrogen atom and the chemical element potassium

Bromines are often found in the world of chemicals, from antibiotics to fertilisers and even in the human body.The chemistry behind bromine is thought to be related to a new element, which is currently being investigated in the laboratory.But what is bromines?What are the important features of brominated bromides?These are some of the questions that […]

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When Oxygen is at Its Best: How Magnesium and Oxygen in Air Controllers React to Low Emissions

By Andrew D. MacdonaldA high-temperature superconducting coil in a high-pressure container has cooled to near zero degrees Celsius.When this happens, oxygen is forced into the coil by the flow of electrons.Oxygen also reacts with the air surrounding the coil to form a gas.If the coil is heated to high temperatures, electrons will escape and the […]

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What You Need to Know about the Electronic Signature Law

In the face of widespread opposition to an electronic signature law, Gov.Scott Walker (R) has signed a measure into law that allows the Wisconsin Department of Justice to investigate alleged abuses of electronic signature laws.The law, passed on Tuesday, will allow the DOJ to take any action against people who are accused of violating a […]

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What’s happening with the electronica market?

Posted February 09, 2018 12:01:25The global electronica industry has grown dramatically in the past few years and now encompasses the entire electronic music industry.We’ve seen the resurgence of producers like M.I.A., Big Sean, M.O.P. and more, as well as producers like Avicii and Markus Schulz, who have found success with the genre.We also have the […]

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Why are electronic birthday books so bad?

Electronic birthday cards are a mess of random numbers, dates, numbers and letters.That’s because, despite their ubiquity, they’re hard to read.To understand why, it’s worth taking a closer look at the algorithms behind the digital versions of birthday cards.The problem The first electronic birthday card was created in 1980.It wasn’t a great idea, as the […]

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How to unlock an electronic door lock on your phone or tablet

A new device with built-in GPS can be used to unlock any door or window in your house.It’s called the “GPS-enabled door lock.”A quick look at your smartphone or tablet and you’ll see that the “smart door lock” is not a simple device.The GPS chip inside is a hardware hack that can’t be used with […]

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What you need to know about chlorine electron configurations

Chemistry and physics aside, chlorine is a gas with two main constituents, chlorine dioxide and chlorine thiosulfate.They’re both very stable in the atmosphere.But, like many gases, they have some properties that vary in different situations.For example, when water is heated to about 350 degrees Fahrenheit (185 degrees Celsius), it becomes highly reactive, producing chlorine dioxide.When […]

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