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PRESENTER: So in this video we’re going to talk about mineral dissolution and precipitation, the equation involved and interaction involved. This is different from the previous lesson, aqueous [INAUDIBLE],, because the previous reaction only involved reaction [INAUDIBLE] dynamics. Meaning we care about the end point of the reaction. When we have mineral dissolution precipitation, because

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PRESENTER: OK, so this lesson we’re going to talk about mineral dissolution, precipitation in one dimension, like, 1D columns. So this is different from the previous lessons that we had before on mineral dissolution and precipitation, which was in batch reactor, well-mixed systems. So it is really no dimension. Or you can call it a

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Farid Tayari: In this video and following videos, I’m going to explain the factors that are influencing the crude oil price. So there are many factors that can have an impact on crude oil price that we can name some of them as weather, US economy, international economy, US dollar exchange rate comparing to other

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Weather forecasters use base velocities to detect mesoscale boundaries, which separate contrasting air masses. Mesoscale boundaries are important, because convergence along them has the potential to initiate deep moist convection. Now, a couple of common types of mesoscale boundaries are outflow boundaries and sea and lake breeze fronts. Sea and lake breeze fronts mark the

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so um so at any rate we'll just go right forward if you've ever had the privilege of driving across south of Chicago where 80 and 90 run together you probably remember a traffic jam with toll booths but as you can see up here behind me in this beautiful digital elevation model from Tom

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