Nagy Sándor Hungary

For a more superficial picture about me, click on my photo on the right or on one of these flags: American flag British flag. As is obvious from the grammar of the previous sentence, I am a male. The picture here (by Mr. I.) also reveals that I am probably a human (or, maybe, a frog) and I was in a rather blue mood at the moment when the snapshot was taken. Most humans I know consider me their kin, so I'm most probably a human. (However, I know nothing about the views of frogs.) I am also Hungarian, so my first name is my last. As there are many NAGYs around here, I give you some keywords that may help to identify me: nuclear chemistry, bicycling, translations.

MRI of my head
Aki a mellékeltnél kevésbé mélyreható pillantást óhajt szerezni rólam, válassza ki a következők közül nemzeti lobogónkat, majd kattintson rá. Hungarian flag Hungarian flag reversed. Minthogy nagyon sokan vagyunk NAGYok, megadok néhány kulcsszót az azonosításomhoz: magkémia, bicajoskönyvek, könyvfordítások.
My Office Address (in case I should forget it :)
  • Laboratory of Nuclear Chemistry,
  • Institute of Chemistry, Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE)
  • H-1117 Budapest, Pázmány Péter sétány 1/A, Office #013
Munkahelyi címem (ha netán elfelejteném :)
  • ELTE, Kémiai Intézet, Magkémiai Laboratórium
  • H-1117 Bp., Pázmány Péter sétány 1/A, 013-as szoba


alpha button beta button gamma button nucleus table Al table B table C
NNDC logo
Particle Data Group logo
IUPAC Gold Book IUPAC Green Book cover SI logo
Webster's Online Dictionary logo Urban Dictionary
in Java:
Paul Falstad
Quantum Physics Online
PhET logo
Java logo TransLit
How to
a Bike:
ParkTool logo

Final comment: I should have filtered this file with Powered by HTML Purifier long ago but always chickened out at the end because my scripts got always spoiled whenever I tried to make these pages W3C conform. Now that IE 9 was not willing to interpret the old popups correctly, and I had to replace them with something else anyway, I gave it a try again. (You can see the result at the bottom of the page. Another inspiration was that the person, who wrote this article about UTF-8 impressed me with his/her extremely simple and useful explanations, which could be understood even by an idiot. Take me for example...

Absolutely the last comment: If you must know why I prepared the SER/BEER collection above, here is the answer. I have an enormous list of classified favorites in my browser. It is so huge that I can hardly find anything in it. So I have decided to collect some of them on this page. The icons can be confusing for you (which is, honestly, none of my problem), but they are great visual aids for me.

This is not a comment at all: Number of Visitors since February 1, 2008, is     Counters  according to   Free Web Counters. On June 24, 2011, the count was 10690. The count rate will probably drop now, because this page ceased to be the main page of my site. It is well hidden from the average visitor. So if you see this comment message, you must be a very alert person. Probably someone working for CIA.

She is Eve, a refugee from Webster's Online Dictionary: the only survivor of the Flash people.
She is not only beautiful, she is smart too, a linguist by profession.
She used to teach me how to pronounce English words.
Now she keeps an eye on my visitors.

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