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I was wondering when someone would come asking about this!
For those not aware, polyphasic sleep means sleeping multiple times during one 24-hour period. Doing so generally lets people spend less time sleeping overall. Here are a few examples of polyphasic schedules:
The most extreme form of polyphasic sleep, Uberman, is comprised of six 20-minute naps, totaling only 2 hours of sleep every day. I currently sleep on an Everyman schedule—I take three 20-minute naps every day and a 3 hour core sleep. This is my old monophasic schedule compared to the Everyman one I use now:
So to answer those questions…
If you are trying to remember which is a alpha bond and which is a Beta bond
The Beta bond kind of looks like
and Dave is a Beta kid
Some molecules are Alpha or Beta depending where the OH is up or down
So I remember the Alpha kids are down with the Beta kids all up in their session
H for hot so…
Alpha is the Hot and on top…. >.~
While Beta is hot on the bottom… ^….^
How Can You Learn New Things Faster.
Step 1. Choose the concept you want to understand.
Take a blank piece of paper and write that concept at the top of the page.
Step 2. Pretend you’re teaching the idea to someone else.
Write out an explanation of the topic, as if you were trying to teach it to a new student. When you explain the idea this way you get a better idea of what you understand and where you might have some gaps.
Step 3. If you get stuck, go back to the book.
Whenever you get stuck, go back to the source material and re-learn that part of the material until you get it enough that you can explain it on paper.
Step 4. Simplify your language.
The goal is to use your words, not the words of the source material. If your explanation is wordy or confusing, that’s an indication that you might not understand the idea as well as you thought – try to simplify the language or create an analogy to better understand it
Should do this on Notability ;)
I’ve decided to write a little post about silicone because that is what we get the most questions about! I hope this helps everyone out a little bit.
For decoden, you should always be using 100% silicone. Not acrylic, not latex. The reason we recommend 100% silicone is because it…