Dice - Netflix
Dice tells the story of charismatic psychology teacher, Glenn Taylor, who manipulates people by teaching them how to live by the throw of a dice. When the small community is shattered by the death of student Sally Quine, Detective Patrick Styvesant finds himself drawn deeper into a bizarre world where decisions are ruled by the dice. As Taylor's influence over the community deepens, Patrick also has his own demons to contend with as he battles alcoholism and his repressed homosexuality, all of which make him a perfect target for Taylor.
Runtime: 34 minutes
Dice - Dication - Netflix
A dication is any cation, of general formula X2+, formed by the removal of two electrons from a neutral species. Diatomic dications corresponding to stable neutral species (e.g. H2+2 formed by removal of two electrons from H2) often decay quickly into two singly charged particles (H+), due to the loss of electrons in bonding molecular orbitals. Energy levels of diatomic dications can be studied with good resolution by measuring the yield of pairs of zero-kinetic-energy electrons from double photoionization of a molecule as a function of the photoionizing wavelength (threshold photoelectrons coincidence spectroscopy – TPEsCO). The He2+2 dication is kinetically stable. An example of a stable diatomic dication which is not formed by oxidation of a neutral diatomic molecule is the dimercury dication Hg2+2. An example of a polyatomic dication is S2+8, formed by oxidation of S8 and unstable with respect to further oxidisation over time to form SO2. Many organic dications can be detected in mass spectrometry for example CH2+4 (a CH2+2·H2 complex) and the acetylene dication C2H2+2. The adamantyl dication has been synthesized.
Dice - Divalent metals - Netflix
Some metals are commonly found in the form of dications when in the form of salts, or dissolved in water. Examples include the alkaline earth metals (Be2+, Mg2+, Ca2+, Sr2+, Ba2+, Ra2+); later transition metals (V2+, Cr2+, Mn2+, Fe2+, Co2+, Ni2+, Cu2+); group 12 elements (Zn2+, Cd2+, Hg2+); and the heavy members of the carbon group (Sn2+, Pb2+).