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Do tuplets across the barline work?


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  \key es \minor
  \time 2/4
  \times 4/5 {bes4 ges es ces as} \times 4/6 {bes'4 ges es ces as f} \times 8/9 {des''8 [deses ces beses ges es des deses ces]}
}

I guess they do!

             
             
              
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Maka dai dai shogi[edit]

King (reigning) / King (challenging)
emperor (2col)
teaching king / buddhist spirit
deva / dark spirit
free gold / free silver
gold / silver
free copper / free iron
copper / iron
free tile / free stone
tile / stone
earth (go-between) / free earth (free goer)
drunken elephant / prince
free tiger / free leopard
blind tiger / ferocious leopard
free serpent / free dragon
coiled serpent / reclining dragon
mountain witch / wizard stork
old monkey / Chinese cock
cat sword / free cat
lion / furious fiend
golden bird / great dragon
phoenix / kirin
free wolf / free bear
evil wolf / blind bear
free boar / bat
angry boar / old rat
!!! Pieces that promote or demote to gold general !!!
lance / reverse chariot
lion dog / wrestler
Guardian of the Gods / free king
Buddhist devil / she-devil
flying dragon / violent ox
knight / donkey
capricorn / hook mover
dragon king / dragon horse
rook / bishop
vertical mover / side mover
left chariot / right chariot
side flier / pawn

The electrical resistivity of liquid metallic hydrogen at 3000 K is approximately equal to that of liquid rubidium and caesium at 2000 K at the respective pressures when they undergo a nonmetal-to-metal transition.[1]

  1. ^ Nellis, W. J.; Weir, S. T.; Mitchell, A. C. (1999). "Metallization of fluid hydrogen at 140 GPa (1.4 Mbar) by shock compression". Shock Waves 9: 301–305. 

Maximum valences of the elements (after Hs is predicted):

Maximum valences of the elements
Group → 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
↓ Period
1 hydrogen
1
H

−1, 1
H  isotopes
helium
2
He

0
He isotopes
2 lithium
3
Li

1
Li isotopes
beryllium
4
Be

2
Be isotopes
boron
5
B

3
B  isotopes
carbon
6
C

−4, 4
C  isotopes
nitrogen
7
N

−3, 5
N  isotopes
oxygen
8
O

−2
O  isotopes
fluorine
9
F

−1
F  isotopes
neon
10
Ne

0
Ne isotopes
3 sodium
11
Na

1
Na isotopes
magnesium
12
Mg

2
Mg isotopes
aluminium
13
Al

3
Al isotopes
silicon
14
Si

−4, 4
Si isotopes
phosphorus
15
P

−3, 3, 5
P  isotopes
sulfur
16
S

−2, 2, 4, 6
S  isotopes
chlorine
17
Cl

−1, 1, 3, 5, 7
Cl isotopes
argon
18
Ar

0
Ar isotopes
4 potassium
19
K

1
K  isotopes
calcium
20
Ca

2
Ca isotopes
scandium
21
Sc

3
Sc isotopes
titanium
22
Ti

4
Ti isotopes
vanadium
23
V

5
V  isotopes
chromium
24
Cr

3, 6
Cr isotopes
manganese
25
Mn

2, 4, 7
Mn isotopes
iron
26
Fe

2, 3
Fe isotopes
cobalt
27
Co

2, 3
Co isotopes
nickel
28
Ni

2
Ni isotopes
copper
29
Cu

2
Cu isotopes
zinc
30
Zn

2
Zn isotopes
gallium
31
Ga

3
Ga isotopes
germanium
32
Ge

−4, 2, 4
Ge isotopes
arsenic
33
As

−3, 3, 5
As isotopes
selenium
34
Se

−2, 2, 4, 6
Se isotopes
bromine
35
Br

−1, 1, 3, 5, 7
Br isotopes
krypton
36
Kr

0, 2
Kr isotopes
5 rubidium
37
Rb

1
Rb isotopes
strontium
38
Sr

2
Sr isotopes
yttrium
39
Y

3
Y  isotopes
zirconium
40
Zr

4
Zr isotopes
niobium
41
Nb

5
Nb isotopes
molybdenum
42
Mo

4, 6
Mo isotopes
technetium
43
Tc

4, 7
Tc isotopes
ruthenium
44
Ru

3, 4
Ru isotopes
rhodium
45
Rh

3
Rh isotopes
palladium
46
Pd

2, 4
Pd isotopes
silver
47
Ag

1
Ag isotopes
cadmium
48
Cd

2
Cd isotopes
indium
49
In

3
In isotopes
tin
50
Sn

−4, 2, 4
Sn isotopes
antimony
51
Sb

−3, 3, 5
Sb isotopes
tellurium
52
Te

−2, 2, 4, 6
Te isotopes
iodine
53
I

−1, 1, 3, 5, 7
I  isotopes
xenon
54
Xe

0, 2, 4, 6
Xe isotopes
6 caesium
55
Cs

1
Cs isotopes
barium
56
Ba

2
Ba isotopes
Lanthanides
*


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hafnium
72
Hf

4
Hf isotopes
tantalum
73
Ta

5
Ta isotopes
tungsten
74
W

4, 6
W  isotopes
rhenium
75
Re

4
Re isotopes
osmium
76
Os

4
Os isotopes
iridium
77
Ir

3, 4
Ir isotopes
platinum
78
Pt

2, 4
Pt isotopes
gold
79
Au

3
Au isotopes
mercury
80
Hg

1, 2
Hg isotopes
thallium
81
Tl

1, 3
Tl isotopes
lead
82
Pb

2, 4
Pb isotopes
bismuth
83
Bi

3
Bi isotopes
polonium
84
Po

−2, 2, 4
Po isotopes
astatine
85
At

−1, 1
At isotopes
radon
86
Rn

0, 2
Rn isotopes
7 francium
87
Fr

1
Fr isotopes
radium
88
Ra

2
Ra isotopes
Actinides
**


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rutherfordium
104
Rf

4
Rf isotopes
dubnium
105
Db

5
Db isotopes
seaborgium
106
Sg

6
Sg isotopes
bohrium
107
Bh

7
Bh isotopes
hassium
108
Hs

8
Hs isotopes
meitnerium
109
Mt

3
Mt isotopes
darmstadtium
110
Ds

0
Ds isotopes
roentgenium
111
Rg

3
Rg isotopes
copernicium
112
Cn

0, 4
Cn isotopes
ununtrium
113
Uut

1
Uut isotopes
flerovium
114
Fl

2
Fl isotopes
ununpentium
115
Uup

1
Uup isotopes
livermorium
116
Lv

2
Lv isotopes
ununseptium
117
Uus

1, 3
Uus isotopes
ununoctium
118
Uuo

2, 4
Uuo isotopes
8 ununennium
119
Uue

1
Uue isotopes
unbinilium
120
Ubn

2
Ubn isotopes
 
* Lanthanides  lanthanum
57
La

3
La isotopes
cerium
58
Ce

3, 4
Ce isotopes
praseodymium
59
Pr

3
Pr isotopes
neodymium
60
Nd

3
Nd isotopes
promethium
61
Pm

3
Pm isotopes
samarium
62
Sm

3
Sm isotopes
europium
63
Eu

2, 3
Eu isotopes
gadolinium
64
Gd

3
Gd isotopes
terbium
65
Tb

3
Tb isotopes
dysprosium
66
Dy

3
Dy isotopes
holmium
67
Ho

3
Ho isotopes
erbium
68
Er

3
Er isotopes
thulium
69
Tm

3
Tm isotopes
ytterbium
70
Yb

3
Yb isotopes
lutetium
71
Lu

3
Lu isotopes
** Actinides  actinium
89
Ac

3
Ac isotopes
thorium
90
Th

4
Th isotopes
protactinium
91
Pa

5
Pa isotopes
uranium
92
U

6
U  isotopes
neptunium
93
Np

5
Np isotopes
plutonium
94
Pu

4
Pu isotopes
americium
95
Am

3
Am isotopes
curium
96
Cm

3
Cm isotopes
berkelium
97
Bk

3
Bk isotopes
californium
98
Cf

3
Cf isotopes
einsteinium
99
Es

3
Es isotopes
fermium
100
Fm

3
Fm isotopes
mendelevium
101
Md

3
Md isotopes
nobelium
102
No

2
No isotopes
lawrencium
103
Lr

3
Lr isotopes
Maximum valences are based on the List of oxidation states of the elements

Maximum valences of chemical elements

  Zero      One       Two       Three     Four      Five      Six       Seven     Eight     Unknown

Color of the atomic number shows state of matter
(at standard conditions: 0 °C and 1 atm):
black=Solid green=Liquid red=Gas grey=Unknown
Border shows natural occurrence:
 
Primordial From decay Synthetic

Some consonant and vowel charts for Tolkien's constructed languages[edit]

info from Ardalambion

Adûnaic[edit]

  Labial Dental Alveolar Postalveolar Palatal Velar Glottal
Occlusive p b t d k g (ʔ)1
Fricative f (v)4 θ s z ʃ x (ɣ)1 h
Affricate p͡f t͡θ k͡x
Nasal m n ŋ
Rhotic r
Approximant l j w
  • ^1 Only occur in bases, not attested in actual words
  • ^2 Perhaps the h in yurahtam "broke" is [x]? It probably isn't [h], and it's unlikely to be [x], as that is written separately as kh.
  • ^3 see below
  • ^4 ardalambion's westron article describes [v] as being absent in Adunaic; as it occurs in spelling, might this just be a spelling variant for [f] or [w]? But then why have a new letter???

Ardalambion describes tth, kkh and pph as "aspirates", which would seem to indicate [tʰ], [kʰ], [pʰ]. But he then describes them as t + th, k + kh, and p + f (not written as ph here, interestingly), which seems to indicate affricates.

Front Back
Close i(ː) u(ː)
Close-mid
Open a(ː)

Diphthongs: ai, oi (the first element is longer), (ai, au - equal)3

  • ^3 Later became and respectively

Example:

Kadô Zigûrun zabathân unakkha
kadoː ziguːrun zabaθaːn unak͡xa
"And so the Wizard [Sauron] humbled he came"

Westron[edit]

  Labial Dental Alveolar Postalveolar Palatal Velar Glottal
Occlusive p b t d k g
Fricative f v θ s z ɬ ʃ h
Affricate (t͡ʃ)5
Nasal m n ŋ
Rhotic r
Approximant l j
  • ^5 Not attested in any known words ([e] is known, but not [eː]), but described as existing by Tolkien.
Front Back
Close i(ː) u(ː)
Close-mid e(ː)5 o(ː)
Open a(ː)

Valarin[edit]

  Labial Dental Alveolar Postalveolar Palatal Velar Glottal
Occlusive p b t d k g
Fricative θ ð s z ʃ x ɣ h
Nasal m n
Trill r
Approximant l j w

vowels: a, e, i, o, u, æ, ɔ

Periodic table
Group 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Alkali metals Alkaline earth metals Pnicto­gens Chal­co­gens Halo­gens Noble gases
Period

1

Hydro­gen
1
He­lium
2
2
Lith­ium
3
Beryl­lium
4
Boron
5
Carbon
6
Nitro­gen
7
Oxy­gen
8
Fluor­ine
9
Neon
10
3
So­dium
11
Magne­sium
12
Alumin­ium
13
Sili­con
14
Phos­phorus
15
Sulfur
16
Chlor­ine
17
Argon
18
4
Potas­sium
19
Cal­cium
20
Scan­dium
21
Tita­nium
22
Vana­dium
23
Chrom­ium
24
Manga­nese
25
Iron
26
Cobalt
27
Nickel
28
Copper
29
Zinc
30
Gallium
31
Germa­nium
32
Arsenic
33
Sele­nium
34
Bromine
35
Kryp­ton
36
5
Rubid­ium
37
Stront­ium
38
Yttrium
39
Zirco­nium
40
Nio­bium
41
Molyb­denum
42
Tech­netium
43
Ruthe­nium
44
Rho­dium
45
Pallad­ium
46
Silver
47
Cad­mium
48
Indium
49
Tin
50
Anti­mony
51
Tellur­ium
52
Iodine
53
Xenon
54
6
Cae­sium
55
Barium
56
Lan­thanum
57
*
Haf­nium
72
Tanta­lum
73
Tung­sten
74
Rhe­nium
75
Os­mium
76
Iridium
77
Plat­inum
78
Gold
79
Mer­cury
80
Thallium
81
Lead
82
Bis­muth
83
Polo­nium
84
Asta­tine
85
Radon
86
7
Fran­cium
87
Ra­dium
88
Actin­ium
89
**
Ruther­fordium
104
Dub­nium
105
Sea­borgium
106
Bohr­ium
107
Has­sium
108
Meit­nerium
109
Darm­stadtium
110
Roent­genium
111
Coper­nicium
112
Unun­trium
113
Flerov­ium
114
Unun­pentium
115
Liver­morium
116
Unun­septium
117
Unun­octium
118
Lantha­nides
Cerium
58
Praseo­dymium
59
Neo­dymium
60
Prome­thium
61
Sama­rium
62
Europ­ium
63
Gadolin­ium
64
Ter­bium
65
Dyspro­sium
66
Hol­mium
67
Erbium
68
Thulium
69
Ytter­bium
70
Lute­tium
71
 
** Acti­nides
Thor­ium
90
Protac­tinium
91
Ura­nium
92
Neptu­nium
93
Pluto­nium
94
Ameri­cium
95
Curium
96
Berkel­ium
97
Califor­nium
98
Einstei­nium
99
Fer­mium
100
Mende­levium
101
Nobel­ium
102
Lawren­cium
103
 
black=Solid green=Liquid red=Gas grey=Unknown Color of the atomic number shows state of matter (at 0 °C and 1 atm)
Primordial From decay Synthetic Border shows natural occurrence of the element
Background color shows subcategory in the metal–nonmetal range:
Metal Metalloid Nonmetal Unknown
chemical
properties
Alkali metal Alkaline earth metal Lan­thanide Actinide Transition metal Other metal Polyatomic nonmetal Diatomic nonmetal Noble gas

Transdecimal digits[edit]

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