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  1. ...biology, like Calcium or Iodine. That stuff is then absorbed by your body and used - like Iodine in the Thyroid...

    5 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 29 Aug 21:05

  2. There will never be a "true" model. Models are useful when they predict behaviour. The problem with the Bohr model is that if an electron is orbiting it is undergoing acceleration. When something is...

    4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 01 Jan 14:35

  3. ... heat added I'm pretty sure you ment Isochoric. Define the specific heats Cv = degrees or freedom / 2 * R = 5/2...

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 12 Nov 08:42

  4. ...have gained kinetic energy. There are a few ways of defining temperature, such as in terms of the average kinetic energy of freely moving...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 25 Jan 14:44

  5. I think the definition of a pigment is that the colour is defined as the wavelength of light that it reflects. There is another...

    4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 05 Jan 13:28

  6. ...transparent media, the photons do not get absorbed because their energies are incompatible...c always because of all that dwell time. And we just define n = C/c > 1.0 as the refractive index for convenience...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 04 Jan 22:29

  7. ..., any heat energy transferred to the system externally will be absorbed as internal energy. An isochoric process is also known as an isometric...

    5 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 19 Nov 13:02

  8. ... that are absorbed stay absorbed . Many are re-emitted and..., which is where color is defined by the "reflected" light.

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 11 Oct 17:08

  9. ...090122/full/news.2009.50.html See: Do quantum jumps occur at well- defined moments of time? http://www.arthurzajonc.org/uploads/AJP%...

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  10. ...2609964.9 - 138992.2 = 2470972.7 J <=======(1) 2) work can be defined as the change in kinetic energy so we already know the work done. Power...

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