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Erythrocytosis

Specialty - Medicine An erythrocytosis (synonym: polyglobulia) is an increase in the number of erythrocytes (red blood cells) in the blood. It occurs as a result of increased erythrocyte production, the causes of which can be manifold. in the case of oxygen deficiency (prolonged stay at high altitudes, chronic lung diseases) or in the event of disorders in the oxygen transport function of hemoglobin.
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Quantum physical phenomena

Hast du die Lerneinheit Quantenphysikalische Phänomene bearbeitet und suchst weiterführendes Material? Dann empfehlen wir Dir folgende Lerneinheiten:Rutherford& 39;sches Atommodell45 min.PhysikQuantenphysikAtombauIn diesem Lernabschnitt wird das Rutherford& 39;sche Atommodell sowie dieRutherford-Streuung an Atomkernen behandelt.
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Evolution

Have you worked on the Evolution course unit and are you looking for further material? Then we recommend the following learning units: Evolutionary methods45 min.BiochemistryWorking methodsGenetechnical processesExamples of the application of evolutionary methods: Phage and ribosome display, Merrifield syntheses.
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Atomic Structure and Chemical Bond

Chemical bond: The linear H4 moleculeThe linear H4 molecule can be formally formed from two H2 molecules. Likewise, the molecular orbitals of the linear H4 molecule can be formed by overlapping the binding and antibonding molecular orbitals of the H2 molecules. For the sake of simplicity, it is assumed that the binding interacts with the binding molecular orbital and the antibonding interacts with the antibonding.
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Robert Hooke

Biography Born July 18, 1635 in Freshwater / England (Isle of Wight) Died March 3, 1703 in London The English scientist Robert Hooke became famous for his investigations into the linear relationship between elongation and normal stress in an elastic body. He also enriched many other areas of knowledge.
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