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How many protons, neutrons, and electrons are in each of

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How many protons, neutrons, and electrons are in each of the following atoms or ions? a. 24 12Mg d. 59 27Co3 g. 79 34Se2 b. 24 12Mg2 e. 59 27Co h. 63 28Ni c. 59 27Co2 f. 79 34Se i. 59 28Ni2

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Hollywood Renaissance Film 2700  Moment in Hollywood that shakes up the norms o 1960’s American context o Hollywood recession and resulting changes o Hollywood Renaissance  1 BJ­ Civil war b/w blacks and whites  Vietnam War  Evolves into black power movement o LA, New York  George Wallace­ Anti desegregration o JFK­ Blockade Cuba  Anti­Draft  Pop music takes over­Beatles  Assainations­ JFK and MLK  Man on the Moon  Box office # drop 1950’s o Television and Suburbia  1960’S­ Younger adults and College students start going to theatre’s now.  John Ford o Hated violence in films o Production code replaced by NPAA  Hollywood Adapts o Makes peace with movies  NBC Saturday Night at the Movies o Start building Multiplexes­ show multiple movies at once but cheaped the experience (sound Garbled) o Roadshow movies­ (Cleopatra) big budget pictures that would travel slow­ across the country.  New York will soon take over L.A. o Gulf and Western brought Paramount  Corporatization  Studio system breaking apart­actors and actresses can now break away from contracts by studios. o Rise of talent agencies  Script Packages­ get all the top actor’s and workers then present to studio and see if they want to fund the project.  Paramount Release­ someone made it and produced the film and Paramount released it   Easy Rider (1969)­ incorporating popular music of time into film that was made specifically for the film o Cross plugging­ take songs and plug them into film o Dressed in Western clothing o Outlaws (characters) outcast but lives on the fringes of the world o Likes freedom of the road  The Graduate (1967)­ man just graduated from college and doesn’t know what he wants to do with his life. o Elliptical editing­ time elapse shows how different events are going on over a depiction of time  Stuck in a loop  Wasn’t interested in the sex (character) o Driving in a convertible speeding down a highway o Music slows down as the car slows down o Zoom flattens space o Close up of his face shows grief and anger for the marriage o European new waves   Bonny and Clyde­ (outlaws) 1967 production code ends  Point of view shots­ to show what they were looking at rapid cutting w slow motion editing to show the effects of the shootout.  Chinatown (1974) end of Hollywood Renissance o Insest, Sexuality, crime, corruption  Neo Noir  Fem Fatale­ rape victim­ mother tries to take the daughter from the bad father but ends up getting shot and killed.

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Textbook: Chemistry
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Author: Steven S. Zumdahl
ISBN: 9780547125329

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