What is a schottky diode?

In this video I’m going to teach you about schottky diodes. They are very similar to regular silicon diodes, but with some important differences. For starters, they have a different circuit symbol. Notice how similar they look to other diodes – make sure you don’t get them confused because they behave very differently! Okay, before I talk about what is…

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Photoreceptors (rods vs cones) | Processing the Environment | MCAT | Khan Academy

Let’s examine the difference between rods and cones in our eyes. Let me draw a very simplified schematic of a rod just to give you an idea of what it looks like. So rods actually get their name because if you look at a rod under a microscope, it actually has this elongated cell body that kind of gives it…

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How the progress bar keeps you sane | Small Thing Big Idea, a TED series

Translator: Camille Martínez Reviewer: Krystian Aparta How many people are bored at their desk for how many hours every day and how many days a week and how many weeks a year for how many years in their life? [Small thing. Big idea.] [Daniel Engber on the Progress Bar] The progress bar is just an indicator on a computer that…

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Ami Bhatt: Lessons from the microbial world living within us

(soft piano tones) Today, on The Future of Everything, the future of the microbiome. Now, the microbiome has gotten a lot of attention in the last few years. Now, what is a microbiome? I guess we will learn more, but for the purposes of this discussion, it’s the full set of microbial organisms, chiefly bacteria, but maybe others, that live…

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Short Films About Mental Health – Neurodiversity

Neurodiversity is a term you might have heard recently but what does it mean I spoke with Maria Borbon lead for neuro developmental conditions pathway at Oxford health NHS Foundation Trust Izzy Bee Phillips singer with the band black honey whose debut album is climbing up the UK charts Eloise stark psychology research at the University of Oxford and Mercury…

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Health & Medicine: Crash Course Sociology #42

As we launch into our final segment of Crash Course Sociology, I’m sure one of the things that you’ve learned by now is that sociology touches on everything. It helps us understand every aspect of society – even those that we think are strictly personal, like religion, sex, and gender. And the same is true for another aspect of your…

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Mental Health: Yours, Mine and Ours

When you hear the phrase “mental health” what do you think about? Chances are, the first things that pop into your mind are: Depression, Anxiety, ADHD, PTSD, and so on… So often when we hear the phrase “mental health” we immediately think “mental illness” – the diagnoses, labels, pills, and therapies that are meant to treat disorders of the brain.…

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Creating & Maintaining Healthy Boundaries – mental health w Kati Morton | Kati Morton

Hey everybody Today I’m going to teach you 5 ways to create & maintain healthy boundaries. So like I said, today we’re going to talk about creating & maintaining healthy boundaries. Now why are healthy boundaries even important, you might want to ask, and think why the heck we’re even talking about this? Healthy boundaries are important because it gives…

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Musicals and Mental Health | Dear Evan Hansen

I hated musicals growing up. I was really invested in trying to be very manly. And musicals seemed like the farthest thing from being a strong macho male. But all of that changed when my now wife introduced me to Moulin Rouge. Now it’s not the best movie but there was something about Obi-Wan Kenobi singing Nirvana, The Police, David Bowie…

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