I wouldn't mind installing extensions/changing any code as long as the ads disappear.
This is getting ridiculous twitch...
What is The Lab Finance?
✅🚀The Lab Finance ($LABO) is a Yield Farming and Staking Protocol built on the Binance Smart Chain with a unique characteristic, decisions, and protocol generated revenues are going to be distributed among LABO NFT's owners.🚀✅ The core vision of The Lab Finance is to become a relevant project in the BSC era. By sharing the revenues generated with the community through the NFT's, we aim to decentralize the platform and make it more sustainable through time. It is well known that those projects with less centralization have a higher degree of adoption by the community and manage to sustain themselves longer. We want to build such a platform that will be able to beat the test of time and become a useful Yield Generation Protocol. There will be in total 50 NFT's. The owners of these 50 NFTs will be eligible to:
3% of the deposit fee. If during a 3-month period $100,000,000 are staked in the platform and 60% comes from pools or farms non-related to LABO ( LABO pools/farms have no fees), the fees will be shared among the NFT holders. $60,000,000 * 0.03 = $1,800,000 will be distributed, $36,000 for each NFT just from deposit fees.
60% of the minting dev rewards. With emission rate of 1 LABO/Block, with a dev minting fee of 9,09%, NFT holders will be earning 60% of the dev minting fee, equivalent to ~0.0545 LABO/Block, distributed among the 50 NFT holders.
The NFT owners will be the managers of the farm as well and will guide the project to the best possible outcome. The decisions related to the project growth will be taken through a voting system.
NFTs can be exchanged and will be liquid, in case users want to resell their NFTs for a higher price or just to gain liquidity, they can always sell their tokens at an NFT Marketplace. This also helps the Community to always have the most engaged NFT owners. ——————————————————————
Farms & Pools
There will be 22 pools & farms at launch, easing the adoption of our platform and grow the community faster. Farms have a higher APY than the pools as they are riskier than Pools. Staking your tokens in the pools will allow you to not face the risk of Impermanent Loss.
Our Roadmap is experimental and will be changing according to our community feedback & requests from the NFT holders. At launch, users will be able to yield farm and stake on Pools & Farms to gain a high APY. Later on, the community will be managed by the NFT holders, decentralizing decisions on the platf... keep reading on reddit ➡
I was wondering about this for doing stuff with 3d printed objects for annealing them, but I don't know if it exists.
If possible can it not include using another site other than twitch.tv and the solution must avoid moving to a different browser
In my understanding, the transaction rate of crypto being so low is the biggest remaining hurdle before crypto can become mass-adopted. You can't have congestion and crazy fees if it is to be usable for the masses. Any crypto that solves this on layer 1, and ups the numbers by a factor of 64* or more will totally dominate the market and applications afterwards. Eth 2.0 aims to do this via sharding (is there any other way btw?) and has a fully fledged plan to actually do it. So my question now:
Has any other crypto come as far as Eth with regards to implementations for increased transaction rate?
*number taken out of thin air, but what Eth 2.0 aims for in the first implementation.
Here we report the subcomponent self‐assembly of a truxene‐faced Zn4L4 tetrahedron, which is capable of binding the smallest hydrocarbons in solution under ambient conditions. By deliberately incorporating inward‐facing ethyl groups on the truxene faces, the resulting partially‐filled cage cavity was tailored to encapsulate methane, ethane, and ethene via van der Waals interactions at atmospheric pressure in acetonitrile, and also in the amorphous solid state. Interestingly, gas capture followed a contrasting selectivity in solution and the amorphous solid state, in which an order of methane > ethane > ethene was observed for the former. The selective binding may prove useful in designing new processes for the purification of methane and ethane as feedstocks for chemical synthesis
Perovskite oxide–halide solid solutions have attractive features, such as highly mixed oxide–fluoride octahedrons with different elements and valences, uniform element distributions, and single‐phase crystalline structures. Perovskite oxide–halide solid solutions prepared by mechanochemical synthesis have great potential to surpass traditional perovskites as electrocatalysts.
The successful integration or hybridization of perovskite oxides with their halide cousins would enable the formation of both multi‐anionic and multi‐cationic solid solutions with unique metal‐ion sites and synergistic properties that could potentially surpass the performance of classic perovskites. However, such solid solutions had not been produced previously owing to their distinct formation energies and different synthesis conditions. Solid solutions combining perovskite oxides with fluorides were produced in this study by mechanochemical synthesis. The obtained perovskite oxide–halide solid solutions had highly mixed elements and valences, uniform element distributions, and single‐phase crystalline structures. The solid solution with an optimized combination of oxides and fluorides exhibited enhanced catalytic performance in the oxygen evolution reaction.
Hey guys, im writing my bachelor thesis about precipitation hardening in ferritic steels. One little part is about solid solution strengthening and i want to sort the different alloying elements by their contribution. I know that the atomic radius plays a big factor but i wonder if there is any literature table with all the elements and their contribution. I just cant find any good ones.
Help would be really appreciated
Ps: sorry for my bad english, its not my first language
I've recently wandered through the lab looking for n-BuLi, which I need for a synthesis. I found a 250 mL bottle in the fridge with a label from 2008. It was supposed to be a solution (can't remember the molarity), but instead it was a solid in there. Unfortunately, I don't have a photo nor could I clearly see the substance as the bottle was dark and quite dirty on the inside. I've read that n-BuLi can decompose to LiH, but is that enough to turn a solution into a solid?
Has any of you found a solid solution or workaround for Fatal Error Code 887A0005 (887A0006) (0xB93DE0A6)? It's only been happening to me during Zombies matches. I have an RTX2060, Windows 10, latest drivers.
I will withhold singing his praises. What we know is the following:
- The chest is no longer where it was left
- Jack is the one who ended up with the chest
- Jack and Forrest agreed to say it was found it Wyoming
- Jack is obviously a really smart dude
What we don't know is:
- If Jack actually solved the whole poem (it is entirely possible to find the chest by getting lucky)
- If it was actually found in the state that Jack and Forrest say it was. I understand this one is a stretch since Forrest confirmed it, but there certainly may be tax or legal motives to say it was found in Wyoming.
To assume any more than the above is naïve. Contrary to how it may seem, I am actually happy for the dude, and Occam's Razor suggests the find likely occurred legitimately and as he says it did (at least as far as his extremely vague and limited details can go), but I won't be the sucker that this sub is - eating up the whole story hook, line, and sinker like a fool.
Complex solid solutions (“high‐entropy alloys”) promise a paradigm change in electrocatalysis but expose the challenge of almost unlimited options in adjusting their compositions. We propose the utilisation of computational models, combined with high‐throughput experimentation for the verification of the model assumptions, which allows for model refinement in iterative loops, understanding of binding mechanisms, and discovery of the most active composition.
Complex solid solutions (“high entropy alloys”), comprising five or more principal elements, promise a paradigm change in electrocatalysis due to the availability of millions of different active sites with unique arrangements of multiple elements directly neighbouring a binding site. Thus, strong electronic and geometric effects are induced, which are known as effective tools to tune activity. With the example of the oxygen reduction reaction, we show that by utilising a data‐driven discovery cycle, the multidimensionality challenge raised by this catalyst class can be mastered. Iteratively refined computational models predict activity trends around which continuous composition‐spread thin‐film libraries are synthesised. High‐throughput characterisation datasets are then used as input for refinement of the model. The refined model correctly predicts activity maxima of the exemplary model system Ag‐Ir‐Pd‐Pt‐Ru. The method can identify optimal complex‐solid‐solution materials for electrocatalytic reactions in an unprecedented manner.
Im getting desperate. I have a Pioneer AVH4500NEX and I want my kids to be able to watch something I play from up front but I cant find a proper set of rear headrests to connect to. Everything I have found is either a low res DVD player without the input from the headunit or an HDMI monitor that required a converter and resulted in a cropped image.
Ive tried these two... WONNIE 9.5 Car Dual Portable DVD Players, 1024x800 Corkea 8.9 Inch 1920×1200 Resolution Portable USB Monitor IPS Display with Dual USB-C and HDMI Input
What does everyone recommend for Office 365 backup that backs up Emails, OneDrive, SharePoint and potentially Teams. Looking for something that's reliable and provides great monitoring/alerting when there are issues. Of course most important feature of backup - Ability to find and restore items is easy too.
We have used Skykick too with a lot of billing issues with them. Used StorageCraft but the solution got way too many bugs and backups "partially" fail without notification and no fix for it either. Anyone you guys recommend that's cost friendly and a good solution for MSPs?
If it sync alerts to Connectwise Manage and auto-close them once resolved, that would be fabulous as who like one-way email alerts these days
We are based in Australia so backing up within Australia/NZ data centers is important too but most major provides should have that option anyway .
DropSuite is something I have quickly checked and looks good but happy to consider other options as don't want to make a quick/wrong decision.
DECISION/UPDATE - Shortlisted Drop Suite, Barracuda and AvePoint. Dropped Barracuda straigth after the Demo. AvePoint and Drop Suite - both options were really impressive however we ended up going with Drop Suite as it suited our business model better, however I am sure choosing AvePoint, we would have been equally impressed
I do some great shots with my smartphone (S20 Ultra) that I wish to share as reels or IGTV, but before publishing them, I would like to do some color grading in the footage, but I was wondering if there's any solid solution of apps on Android.
I've seen this happen with the Daily Mix playlists but not with the Daily Drive playlist. The podcast portion of the playlist updates daily, but the songs dont. They have been exactly the same, in the same order even for over a week now. I have cleared the cache on my phone and even uninstalled it. Anyone find a working solution that's dependable?
The successful integration or hybridization of perovskite oxides with their halide cousins can realize both multi‐anionic and multi‐cationic solid solutions with unique metal ion sites and synergistic properties, potentially surpassing the performance of the classic perovskites. However, such solid solutions have not been achieved due to their distinct formation energies and different synthesis conditions. The solid solutions combining perovskite oxides with fluorides were produced here by mechanochemical synthesis. The obtained perovskite oxide‐halide solid solutions had highly mixed elements and valences, uniform element distributions, and single‐phase crystalline structures. The solid solution with an optimized combination of oxides and fluorides exhibited enhanced catalytic performance in the oxygen evolution reaction.