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What is Meant by the Nernst Equation?
What is Meant by the Nernst Equation?What is Meant by the Nernst Equation? ...
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At 100 degrees Celsius what happens to water?
At 100 degrees Celsius what happens to water?At 100 degrees Celsius what happens to water? ...
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How do we know what greenhouse gas and temperature levels were in the distant past?
How do we know what greenhouse gas and temperature levels were in the distant past?How do we know what greenhouse gas and temperature levels were in the distant past? ...
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Which measurement is more accurate: taking Earth’s surface temperature from the ground or from space?
Which measurement is more accurate: taking Earth’s surface temperature from the ground or from space?Which measurement is more accurate: taking Earth&amp;rsquo;s surface temperature from the ground or from space? ...
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How do we know recent warming is NOT caused by the Sun?
How do we know recent warming is NOT caused by the Sun?How do we know recent warming is NOT caused by the Sun? ...
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Does the fact that cities are warmer than the surrounding countryside affect the global temperature record?
Does the fact that cities are warmer than the surrounding countryside affect the global temperature record?Does the fact that cities are warmer than the surrounding countryside affect the global temperature record? ...
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A cup of coffee, cooling off in a room at temperature $20^{\circ} \mathrm{C}$, has cooling constant $k=0.09 \mathrm{~min}^{-1} .$
A cup of coffee, cooling off in a room at temperature $20^{\circ} \mathrm{C}$, has cooling constant $k=0.09 \mathrm{~min}^{-1} .$(a) How fast is the coffee cooling (in degrees per minute) when its temperature is $T=80^{\circ} \mathrm{C} ?$ (b) Use linear approximation to estim ...
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What is the reverse of freezing?
What is the reverse of freezing?What is the reverse of freezing? ...
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If the midnight temperature of Sutherland is -11°C and the midday temperature is 8°C, how much colder is it at midnight than at midday.
If the midnight temperature of Sutherland is -11°C and the midday temperature is 8°C, how much colder is it at midnight than at midday. If the midnight temperature of Sutherland is -11&deg;C and the midday temperature is 8&deg;C, how much colder is it at midnight than at midday. ...
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Do rises in carbon dioxide follow rises in temperature in prehistory?
Do rises in carbon dioxide follow rises in temperature in prehistory?Do rises in carbon dioxide follow rises in temperature in prehistory? ...
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How can you determine if it is a positive or negative relationship?
How can you determine if it is a positive or negative relationship?How can you determine if it is a positive or negative relationship? ...
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What is the boiling point of silver?
What is the boiling point of silver?What is the boiling point of silver? ...
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What is the name of the temperature at which water boils
What is the name of the temperature at which water boilsWhat is the name of the temperature at which water boils ...
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An induction coil is generally used to
An induction coil is generally used toAn induction coil is generally used to ...
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A house is supplied with a $240 \mathrm{~V}$ a.c mains. To operate a door bell rated at $8 \mathrm{~V}$, a transformer is used if the number of turns in the primary coil of the transformer is 900 .A house is supplied with a $240 \mathrm{~V}$ a.c mains. To operate a door bell rated at $8 \mathrm{~V}$, a transformer is used if the number of tu ...
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A $90 \mathrm{~W}$ immersion heater is used to supply energy for 5 minutes. The energy supplied is used to completely melt $160 \mathrm{~g}$ of a solid at its melting point. Calculate the specific latent heat of the solid.A $90 \mathrm{~W}$ immersion heater is used to supply energy for 5 minutes. The energy supplied is used to completely melt $160 \mathrm{~g}$ of a ...
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What term refers to the heat needed to change a unit mass of a substance at its melting temperature from a solid into a liquid?
What term refers to the heat needed to change a unit mass of a substance at its melting temperature from a solid into a liquid?What term refers to the heat needed to change a unit mass of a substance at its melting temperature from a solid into a liquid? ...
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As the temperature of the air increases from 0 degrees C to 20 degrees C, the wavelength of a sound made by a tuning fork of fixed frequency does which of the following? Does the wavelengthAs the temperature of the air increases from 0 degrees C to 20 degrees C, the wavelength of a sound made by a tuning fork of fixed frequency does whic ...
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Under which of the following conditions does the behavior of a real gas resemble that of an ideal gas? Is it:
Under which of the following conditions does the behavior of a real gas resemble that of an ideal gas? Is it:Under which of the following conditions does the behavior of a real gas resemble that of an ideal gas? Is it: w) under all conditions of temperature ...
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An increase in the motion of the molecules of a gas confined in a steel tank will be observed in one of the following ways. Will it be observed as an increase in:
An increase in the motion of the molecules of a gas confined in a steel tank will be observed in one of the following ways. Will it be observed as an increase in:An increase in the motion of the molecules of a gas confined in a steel tank will be observed in one of the following ways. Will it be observed as an ...
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A kilocalorie is equal to one of the following. Is it equal to:
A kilocalorie is equal to one of the following. Is it equal to:A kilocalorie is equal to one of the following. Is it equal to: w) 4.2 Joules x) 1000 Joules y) 4200 Joules z) 10,000 Joules ...
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A rise in temperature of 20 Kelvin degrees is equal to a rise of:
A rise in temperature of 20 Kelvin degrees is equal to a rise of:A rise in temperature of 20 Kelvin degrees is equal to a rise of: w) 20 degrees Celsius x) 36 degrees Celsius y) 68 degrees Celsius z) 293 degrees ...
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What is the Celsius temperature corresponding to 100 degrees Kelvin?
What is the Celsius temperature corresponding to 100 degrees Kelvin?What is the Celsius temperature corresponding to 100 degrees Kelvin? ...
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The amount of heat required to change a boiling liquid to a gas at the same temperature depends on one of the following properties of the liquid. Does it depend on the liquid's:The amount of heat required to change a boiling liquid to a gas at the same temperature depends on one of the following properties of the liquid. Does ...
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The first instrument used for measuring temperature was the gas thermoscope invented by:
The first instrument used for measuring temperature was the gas thermoscope invented by:The first instrument used for measuring temperature was the gas thermoscope invented by: w) Celsius x) Galileo y) Centigrade z) Fahrenheit ...
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What is the name of the temperature and pressure conditions at which water can be in the solid, liquid and gas phases simultaneously?
What is the name of the temperature and pressure conditions at which water can be in the solid, liquid and gas phases simultaneously?What is the name of the temperature and pressure conditions at which water can be in the solid, liquid and gas phases simultaneously? ...
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During the transformation of matter from the solid to the liquid state, the heat supplied does not produce a temperature increase because
During the transformation of matter from the solid to the liquid state, the heat supplied does not produce a temperature increase because During the transformation of matter from the solid to the liquid state, the heat supplied does not produce a temperature increase because &nbsp; ...
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In December of 2014, Sony released the movie The Interview online after threats to theaters cancelled the debut in theaters.
In December of 2014, Sony released the movie The Interview online after threats to theaters cancelled the debut in theaters.In December of 2014, Sony released the movie The Interview online after threats to theaters cancelled the debut in theaters. As originally reported in ...
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The temperature inside a jet engine in degree Celsius after $t$ seconds is: $T=3 t^{3}-27 t^{2}+400 t+22$
The temperature inside a jet engine in degree Celsius after $t$ seconds is: $T=3 t^{3}-27 t^{2}+400 t+22$The temperature inside a jet engine in degree Celsius after $t$ seconds is: \ T=3 t^{3}-27 t^{2}+400 t+22 \ (a) Determine the rate of increase aft ...
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The temperature inside a jet engine in degrees Celsius after $t$ seconds is: $T=4 t^{3}-72 t^{2}+500 t+50$
The temperature inside a jet engine in degrees Celsius after $t$ seconds is: $T=4 t^{3}-72 t^{2}+500 t+50$The temperature inside a jet engine in degrees Celsius after $t$ seconds is: \ T=4 t^{3}-72 t^{2}+500 t+50 \ (a) Determine the rate of increase af ...
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In April 2014, the population of the United States was about $308,000,000$ people.
In April 2014, the population of the United States was about $308,000,000$ people.In April 2014, the population of the United States was about $308,000,000$ people. The national debt was about \$17,547,000,000,000 . Write each numbe ... close 1 answer 77 views An electrician wants to find the average temperature in a free standing garage over the three winter months. He needs to determine the proper size heater to be installed to keep the garage at a comfortable temperature.An electrician wants to find the average temperature in a free standing garage over the three winter months. He needs to determine the proper size hea ... close Notice: Undefined index: avatar in /home/customer/www/mathsgee.com/public_html/qa-theme/AVEN/qa-theme.php on line 993 An electric drill rate$400 \mathrm{~W}$is used to drill a hole in copper of mass$400 \mathrm{~g}$in$20 \mathrm{~s}$. 0 answers 110 views An electric drill rate$400 \mathrm{~W}$is used to drill a hole in copper of mass$400 \mathrm{~g}$in$20 \mathrm{~s}$.An electric drill rate$400 \mathrm{~W}$is used to drill a hole in copper of mass$400 \mathrm{~g}$in$20 \mathrm{~s}$. Calculate the rise in temper ... close 1 answer 1.2K views At 300 K temperature, Beaker A containing 0.02 M solution of urea and Beaker B containing 0.002 M solution of sugar are separated by semipermiable membrane with repsect should be applied to prevent osmosis ?At 300 K temperature, Beaker A containing 0.02 M solution of urea and Beaker B containing 0.002 M solution of sugar are separated by semipermiable mem ... close Notice: Undefined index: avatar in /home/customer/www/mathsgee.com/public_html/qa-theme/AVEN/qa-theme.php on line 993 The following physical quantities can be either positive or negative. Which of these quantities are vectors? 1 answer 655 views The following physical quantities can be either positive or negative. Which of these quantities are vectors? The following physical quantities can be either positive or negative.$s:$displacement of a particle along a straight line$\theta :$tempera ... close Notice: Undefined index: avatar in /home/customer/www/mathsgee.com/public_html/qa-theme/AVEN/qa-theme.php on line 993 In Sweden a daytime temperature of$1^{\circ}C$can drop by$16$degrees during the night. What will the temperature be then? 1 answer 119 views In Sweden a daytime temperature of$1^{\circ}C$can drop by$16$degrees during the night. What will the temperature be then?In Sweden a daytime temperature of$1^{\circ}C$can drop by$16$degrees during the night. What will the temperature be then? ... close Notice: Undefined index: avatar in /home/customer/www/mathsgee.com/public_html/qa-theme/AVEN/qa-theme.php on line 993 In the United States, people use degrees Fahrenheit to measure temperature. Convert 67 °F into degrees Celsius (°C). Round off your answer to two decimal places. 1 answer 252 views In the United States, people use degrees Fahrenheit to measure temperature. Convert 67 °F into degrees Celsius (°C). Round off your answer to two decimal places.In the United States, people use degrees Fahrenheit to measure temperature. Convert 67 &amp;deg;F into degrees Celsius (&amp;deg;C). Round off your an ... close Notice: Undefined index: avatar in /home/customer/www/mathsgee.com/public_html/qa-theme/AVEN/qa-theme.php on line 993 James enters a lift. He gets out on the eleventh floor, but realises that it is the wrong floor. He then goes four floors down and three floors up. At which floor is he? 0 answers 178 views James enters a lift. He gets out on the eleventh floor, but realises that it is the wrong floor. He then goes four floors down and three floors up. At which floor is he?James enters a lift. He gets out on the eleventh floor, but realises that it is the wrong floor. He then goes four floors down and three floors up. At ... close Notice: Undefined index: avatar in /home/customer/www/mathsgee.com/public_html/qa-theme/AVEN/qa-theme.php on line 993 In Japan a daytime temperature of$10^{\circ}C$can drop by$6$degrees during the night. What will the temperature be then? 0 answers 115 views In Japan a daytime temperature of$10^{\circ}C$can drop by$6$degrees during the night. What will the temperature be then?In Japan a daytime temperature of$10^{\circ}C$can drop by$6\$ degrees during the night. What will the temperature be then? ...
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Is it true that thermometer had 100 for the freezing point?
Is it true that thermometer had 100 for the freezing point?Is it true that thermometer had 100 for the freezing point? ...
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What is a convection oven ?
What is a convection oven ?What is a convection oven ? ...
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How does increasing temperature affect matter?
How does increasing temperature affect matter?How does increasing temperature affect matter? ...
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Do physical conditions(like temperature, pressure etc.) play role in affecting both dielectrics and Capacitance ?
Do physical conditions(like temperature, pressure etc.) play role in affecting both dielectrics and Capacitance ?Do physical conditions(like temperature, pressure etc.) play role in affecting both dielectrics and Capacitance ? ...
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Does resistivity depend on temperature ?
Does resistivity depend on temperature ?Does resistivity depend on temperature ? ...
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Why does the temperature of a solid conductor increase when the conductor is carrying current?
Why does the temperature of a solid conductor increase when the conductor is carrying current?Why does the temperature of a solid conductor increase when the conductor is carrying current? ...
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The condition suffered by a person when the core body temperature is raised so much that body’s homeostatic control mechanism can no longer cope…
The condition suffered by a person when the core body temperature is raised so much that body’s homeostatic control mechanism can no longer cope…The condition suffered by a person when the core body temperature is raised so much that body’s homeostatic control mechanism can no longer cope… A. ...
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A liquid is a phase of matter that ____________________