User talk:CharlesHBennett

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Hearing impairment[edit]

Hi Charles and thank you for your edit to Hearing impairment. But could you please add a reference? Lova Falk talk 16:52, 10 July 2010 (UTC)

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Isotopes_and_half-life.svg[edit]

Hi, I just noticed that you requested a few months ago that 40Ca be recolored in this image. I can regenerate the whole image with a different color scheme if necessary. I started a thread about it at WT:WikiProject Chemistry#Isotopes_and_half-life.svg_–_colors. -- BenRG (talk) 21:27, 14 April 2011 (UTC)

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See new chem project proposal[edit]

See new chem project proposal

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia_talk:WikiProject_Chemistry/Participants#Proposal_for_project. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Meduban (talkcontribs) 22:03, 22 July 2012 (UTC)

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Has been fixed to point to entrainment (hydrodynamics) some time ago.CharlesHBennett (talk) 06:26, 3 January 2014 (UTC)

lattice energy and lattice enthalpy need to be distinguished[edit]

Hey, i am a german wikipedian and noticed an error in the german wikipedia. I had a look at the english article and noticed that the error is also there. Could you correct his one? I noticed that you re interested in physial chemistry, so you might be the correct person to address.--92.201.118.140 (talk) 10:22, 13 January 2013 (UTC)

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I enlarged the Radium-223 chloride article, about a particular form of this isotope used in cancer therapy, to cover other chemical forms of the isotope and other aspects besides medical uses. Accordingly I want to change the article's name (ie Move it) to be simply Radium-223. However I can't because the Radium-223 was already a redirect to one line of a big table on the isotopes of radium page. I changed it to point to the Radium-223 chloride article instead, but that still didn't allow me to Move Radium-223 chloride to the desired name Radium-223. So what I am asking is how to replace the redirect by an article which already exists, then change the name of the article to be the same as no-longer-needed redirect?CharlesHBennett (talk) 16:38, 7 December 2013 (UTC)

All you need to do is place {{db-g6|rationale=reason}} at the top of Radium-223 , replacing the word "reason" with a simple piece of text explaining the actual reason. A helpful admin should then appear and delete this page and, with any luck, also moving the existing article page to that location. Better still, you could use Template:Db-move with similar effect. Just let me know below if you have any questions. Ben MacDui 17:38, 7 December 2013 (UTC)

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Lattice energy for metalic solids[edit]

Hi! I've noticed your edits to Lattice energy and I want to ask if it is defined for metalic solids?--188.26.22.131 (talk) 14:15, 11 April 2014 (UTC)

Dear 188.26.22.131, You don't seem to have a user page, so I'm replying here. The lattice energy for a metallic solid is defined as the energy difference between the metal crystal and widely separated metal atoms. Because of the important contribution to the energy of a metallic crystal from the electron gas, the lattice energy of a metal is harder to calculate than that of an ionic solid.

Thanks for your answer! I'm wondering how is the case for the lattice energy of a covalent solid like sugar? How can the lattice energy be defined/determined in this case?--188.26.22.131 (talk) 15:55, 10 June 2014 (UTC)

Visible speech and IPA[edit]

You added mention of hangul, as another system "representing speech organs". I'm about to edit this, because I really do not think it is (quite) true; but the stunning example of hangul seems worth mentioning... in that it is a _systematic_ representation of (Korean!) phonetics, while the basis of IPA is a hodgepodge of European pronunciations of the roman alphabet. You might like to look at my wording, and if you can improve it, please do. Incidentally I just looked at the visible speech article, and it is full of odd wording ("aural acoustic sounds" etc) which could do with some work... Imaginatorium (talk) 06:23, 5 June 2014 (UTC)

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Thanks, Bot, but it's probably OK. The disambiguation page for Herding Cats is also where the idiomatic meaning of trying to control an uncontrollable situation is concisely presented, as the first of several meaningsCharlesHBennett (talk) 12:16, 10 January 2015 (UTC)