H Volk lived in Niedershausen Germany, and was a gun smith. His family still lives in Niedershausen. He was the school teacher in Neidershausen for many years, he died about 15 years ago. His house is near the brewery, and I think his Dau. still lives there. At the end of the war while the town was …
A common cause of vibration at speed is unbalanced tires. Maybe you want to look into that and also check on the car wheel alignment if the steering does not stay on a straight path on a level road.
one possible answer is the belts in the tires may have slipped. …
Change the plugs ans wires. If it is still there have a wet and dry compression test done.
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No it's all gimmicks. For instance, after the ladder match at Wrestlemania X, Shawn Michaels and Razor Ramon were still really good friends even though on TV, they hated each other.
It depends really, some wrestlers will hate each other, when Andre The Giant had a rivaliry with Hulk Hogan, they …
There most definitely is a way to prevent the calcium like build up on your teeth particularly the lower inside front teeth. It is as simple as changing your tooth paste to one you will find at a health food store, one being Jason or Green beaver. These contain no fluoride which was actually used as…
One reason is if you are using a copper ionizer this can casue a black coating anywhere on the pool. If this is not the case it could also be your pH off balance. Other than that I do not know.MP email@example.com
I had black build up in the skimmer once. It was attributable to a forest …
Liquid shock is 12.5% sodium hypochlorite. Clorox bleach is 5.95% sodium hypochlorite. It's the same stuff, but a lower concentration. You would have to calculate how much shock is needed for your pool and make adjustments for the concentration level. It works just as good as high priced "pool shock…
A co-signer is most usually one of your parents, or close relative. They are not "bought" If somebody is telling you that one can be bought, there is a scam in the works. The reason for a co-signer is because the one who is actually making the purchase is not credit worthy enough in the lender's eye…
A proton is a part of an atom. The other parts of an atom are the
neutron, and electrons. It's an electrically charged particle. It
is positive. It is located within the nucleus of the atom, which is
about one ten thousandth of the diameter of the atom itself but
contains virtually all of the atom's…
An atom is a building block of matter.An atom is the smallest amount of a substance that we can have that will still retain all the features of that substance. Should it be subdivided any more, the qualities of the substance will be lost. The atom comes from an ancient Greek idea that stated exactly…
CARBON CYCLE:- Carbon is found in various form on the earth. It occurs in the elemental form as diamond and graphite. In the combined state, it is found as carbon di oxide in the atmosphere; as carbonate and hydrogen-carbonate salts in various mineral, while all life forms are based on carbon conta…
Less than 335,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 for every kilogram. We don't know how much mass is in the universe"Less than <insert large number here"? What does that even mean? 1? 10? 0.48932579032?
It is the valence shell that chemically reacts. This is the farthest out layer. Atoms try to fill it, no matter what charge it will give them. For hydrogen and helium only this shell holds two electrons, the rest eight. For an example take sodium(1 electron in valence) and chlorine(7 electrons in va…
An atom without a charge would be neutral because the atom
has an equal amount of protons and electrons.
ANSWER Ernest Walton and John Cockroft (1932) were the first to split the nucleus in a completely controlled manner. This was under the direction of Rutherford (see below) who, whilst at the Cavendish laboratory, Cambridge had done so but not by entirely artificial means. In doing so Walton and Coc…
There are several types of bonds possible. There are hydrogen
bonds, covalent bonds, ionic bonds, and metallic bonds.
Atoms form compounds by sharing electrons to create full-levels
which keeps them balanced and uniform. The first level is 2
electrons, the second is 8, the third is 18, and it keeps…
no, normally those vehicles last longer because maintanence is done on a more regular basis. the owners of European vehicles follow the service schedule more accuratly than American car owners. as a mechanic for 10 years i have seen this first hand.
yes. European cars and Japanese cars hav…
The proton was discovered in 1918 by Ernest Rutherford. He noticed that when alpha particles were shot into nitrogen gas, his scintillation detectors showed the signatures of hydrogen nuclei. Rutherford determined that the only place this hydrogen could have come from was the nitrogen, and therefore…
The nucleus of an atom contains protons and neutrons. Hydrogen-1 is the lone exception. It has a single proton in its nucleus. Protons and neutrons, when they make up an atomic nucleus, are called nucleons. Links can be found below for more information.
Number of protons = Atomic number
Number of electrons = Atomic number minus the charge (if it is ion)
Number of neutrons = Mass number minus Atomic number
Number of Protons:
Look at the periodic table. Each element is assigned a number
called the atomic number -- it is usually written in large …
A thick, pale yellow liquid, C3H5N3O9, that is explosive on concussion or exposure to sudden heat. It is used in the production of dynamite and blasting gelatin and as a vasodilator in medicine
an ion is basically a charged atom or group of atomsAn ion is any atom that has a positive or a negative charge. A positively charged ion will seek a negatively charged one to unite with, have a glorious 'coupling' and then turn into something totally new and available.So why do we rave on so much a…
Although this question has been considered for years, no one really knows for sure how the world was made. Some say God made it, and others say it made itself (as did the rest of the universe after the Big Bang). We, as human beings, will know soon enough.
There have been several theories pre…
Clinical laboratory technologists perform complex chemical, biological, hematological, immunologic, microscopic, and bacteriological tests. Technologists microscopically examine blood and other body fluids. They make cultures of body fluid and tissue samples, to determine the presence of bacteria, f…
If you haven't already, try racer back bras or halter bras and/or tops. Also try a good push-up bra with side padding might pull your boobs together and show cleavage.
There are 28.35 grams in one ounce. Which works out to 454 grams in a pound.
More Opinions 500 grams to 1 pound, 16 ounces to 1 pound, equals 31.25 grams to an ounce. 1 ounce = 28.3495231 grams. 1 pound = 453.59237 grams. 1 cubic centimeter of water weighs 1 gram. 28.35 grams. There are …
There are about 5 million teachers in the United States, or roughly one out of every 60 people. This is from kindergarten through university, both public and private. It does not include corporate trainers or those who teach part time private workshops, etc.
The electron is a fundamental subatomic particle that was identified and assigned the negative charge in 1897 by Sir John Joseph Thomson (J.J. Thomson) and his team of British physicists.
In the 5th cent. B.C. the Greek philosophers Democritus and Leucippus proposed that matter was made up of tiny, indivisible particles they called atom, or in Greek "a-tomos". The reason why they assumed this is because nothing can come from nothing. Around 1803, John Dalton (1766-1844) developed the…
Atoms were inferred to exist from the observation of "Brownian motion," which is the jittering of dust particles in air or water or some medium as seen through a microscope. The jitter is supposed to be caused by random collisions of atoms or molecules with the dust particles. If the medium were…
No, water is a compound of two elements: hydrogen and oxygen. It
has the formula H2O, meaning that each molecule of water
contains two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen.
There is one electron per hydrogen atom, and two atoms per molecule of hydrogen. So if you mean hydrogen gas, there are two electrons in it.
For all intents and purposes, the electron is virtually massless, particularly when compared to protons and neutrons, which are the primary constituent particles responsible for the mass of an atom. The contribution of electrons to the mass of an atom is negligible.
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Electron was discovered in 1897 by J.J. Thomson.
3 Atoms in a Water MoleculeThere are 3 total atoms in water, which is H2O. There are 2 hydrogen atoms (H), and 1 oxygen atom (O). See the Related Questions to the left for more information about the structure of water.Three; one oxygen and two hydrogen, thus H2O
Atom Energy Levels
It depends on what element the atom is. For example if it is Hydrogen it has one ring or energy level. The higher the element's atomic number is on the periodic table the more energy levels it will have.
Actually, every atom has an infinite number of energy levels. Yes, …
An atomic explosion but you have to split a nuclar atom
Yes. They can be made through either fusion or fission.
Through fusion, atoms with lower molecular numbers can combine to make one atom of a higher molecular number. This process occurs in stars when hydrogen is fused into helium.
In nuclear fission, an atom with a high molecula…
Numbers go to 99. Average team has 125 - 135 players, so 4th - 5th teamers get a repeated number. Sometimes they'll get on the field at a home game.
No, everyone who has legs has femoral arteries.
Yes and No. The primary influences of karate can be traced back to a single area, but as it 'travelled' from country to country, local skills were mixed in to create something different. Karate originated on the island of Okinawa, now a part of Japan. It was created by combining the local Okinawan a…
Most of the older 410's were 2 3/4 length shells.........they were not chambered for 3" magnum.
Yes. Different isotopes of an element always have the same number of protons because the number of protons determines the elemental identity of the substance. It is the number of neutrons that changes to make up the different isotopes of a given element.
Protons and Neutrons
Protons don't really relate to electricity. Electron do because electricity is the flow of electrons through a wire.
Protons don't really relate to electricity except in some nuclear physics applications. Electrons do because electricity, by definition, is the flow…
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One theory is, that it will continue to expand forever because the velocity at which it is expanding will over come the gravitational effect of the galaxies on each other. Another Theory is that due to Gravitational pull, the galaxies will start to pull each back towards a central point and start o…
The number of protons is equal to the number of electrons and the atomic number.
Benzene has 42 electrons. With chemical formula C6H6: 6 electrons for each carbon 1 electron for each hydrogen... 6(6) + 1(6) = 36 + 6 = 42 electrons Each carbon has 3 'sp2' orbitals: -one of which overlaps the 's' orbital of H -and the remaining 'sp2' orbitals constitute the sigma bonds betwe…
Not all oxygen atoms have the same number of neutrons. However, the very large majority have 7 neutrons (some have slightly more or less than that).
Number of neutrons = Atomic mass of an isotope - atomic number (number of protons)
The most important stable isotope of oxygen is 16O (…
53 protons and 54 electrons
A predatory subprime mortgage lending practice that occurs when monthly payments do not cover the interest due on the loan. The unpaid interest is then added to the mortgage balance causing the overall amount of the loan to increase.
The answer to this question depends on the oxygen concentration that you are using and, to a degree, your body chemistry. Hal Watts has reportedly made many "bounce" dives on "air" (21% oxygen 79% nitrogen) in excess of 400 feet in sea water. Discounting the narcotic effect of nitrogen, ambient O2 o…
they are small animals or brown spots on your skin!!!!! For living things the answer could be: Any of various small insectivorous mammals of the family Talpidae, usually living underground and having thickset bodies with light brown to dark gray silky fur, rudimentary eyes, tough muzzles, and stron…
* The atomic nucleus (chemistry, physics) - Ernest Rutherford * The cell nucleus (biology) - Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
AtomsThe charge on a proton is +1. Its location is the nucleus, and its mass is 1.67262 x 10-27 kg. Protons have an effective size of about 1.2 x 10-15 m, and the nucleus is roughly the cube root of the number of nucleons (protons and neutrons) times that typical proton size, usually still on the or…
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A standard chemical reaction always and only involves a change in the electron configuration of the atom (either the number of electrons or their energy configuration).
If the nucleus is affected (either the number of protons or electrons), then it is designated as a nuclear reactio…
Neutrons A neutron is a subatomic particle; it is one of the building blocks of the atom. As such, it is found in the nucleus of an atom. The neutron has an atomic mass of about 1.00865 u, and a mass of about 1.675 x 10-27 kg. Its spin is +1/2 and that makes it a fermion. Additionally, it has no ele…
That depends upon what it is you wish to determine.
If you wish to determine only its mass (or weight), you can use a scale. Or for greater masses, like that of stars you can measure its gravitational effects on light passing it, because gravity bends light; the amount the light is …
The periodic table is divided into 4 divisions: s-block, p-block, d-block, and f-block. The key to understanding the shape of the periodiv table is to examine the electron configurations" now i'm sure there is a simpler way of saying that but i dont have one-- s-block elements (in all periods) ran…
Ionization EnergyIonization energy is the amount of energy required to remove one electron from an atom, molecule or ion. You can also measure the 2nd IE, which is the energy required to remove the second electron, and so on. IEs of atoms are strictly positive numbers as it always requires energy to…
The atomic number of lithium (Li) is 3. The atomic weight of Li is 6.941 amu, and the molar mass 6.941 grams per mole. See the Web Links to the left of this answer for a periodic table with more information about this element!
The atomic number of carbon (C) is 6. The atomic weight of C is 12.011 grams per mole. The atomic number of an element is the number of protons in the element. Carbon has 6 protons and therefore has an atomic number of 6 (See the Related Links below this answer for a periodic table with more info…
The atomic number of nitrogen (N) is 7. The atomic weight of N is
14.00674 grams per mole. Nitrogen gas exists as a diatomic
The atomic number of neon (Ne) is 10.
The atomic weight of Ne is 20.1797 grams per mole.
See the Web Links to the left of this answer for a periodic table with more information about this element!
The atomic number of vanadium (V) is 23. The atomic weight of V is
50.9415 grams per mole.
The atomic number of iron (Fe) is 26.
The atomic weight of Fe is 55.847 grams per mole.
See the Web Links to the left of this answer for a periodic table with more information about this element!
The atomic number of Cobalt (Co) is 27.
The atomic weight of Co is 58.9332 grams per mole.
See the Web Links to the left of this answer for a periodic table with more information about this element!
The atomic number of Copper (Cu) is 29. See the Web Links for more information about copper to the left of this answer.
As you go down a group on the periodic table, atoms increase in
size because additional electron shells are being occupied, which
are further from the nucleus.
Due to the shielding effect from electron shells beneath the
outermost shell (between it and the nucleus), there is an
The Number of Electrons
When an ion is formed from an atom, electrons are either added or removed from it, changing the total number.
Electrons carry a negative electrical charge. In S.I. units, the electron's charge is -1.602 x 10-19 Coulomb (to four significant figures).
Lewis Structure of Methane (CH4)H | H--C--H | H or H ..H : C : H..H
In neutral atoms, yes. But remember that atoms often loan out or borrow electrons, and can also be ionized, where in one or more of their electrons can be stripped off. The atom will always have the same number of protons, but its electron count can vary depending on the circumstances.
By doing so, both end up having a noble gas configuration, with 8 valence electrons (known as an octet). They do this to become chemically stable. They become stable as they have filled their outer shell of electrons.Atoms of groups 1 elements have only 1 electron in their outer shells, which means …
how many neutrons there are in a phosphorus atom?
The normal isotope of phosphorus is P - 31, which has 15 protons and 16 neutrons. Unstable isotopes are P-32 and P-33 which have 17 and 18 neutrons respectively.
The answer you are probably looking for is the periodic table, which arranges the elements. The periodic table can help predict properties of an element based on the element's location. All the elements in a veritcle collum (also known as family or group) will have the same number of va…
Subatomic particles are smaller than atoms. Subatomic particles are found inside the nucleus of an atom and include protons, neutrons, quarks, and gluons. Protons carry a positive electrical charge while neutrons carry a neutral charge. Inside these protons and neutrons are quarks which are held tog…
There are 13 protons in an atom of aluminum, regardless of the isotope. If it didn't have 13 protons, it wouldn't be aluminum, it would be something else. There are 14 neutrons in an atom of aluminum 27, its only stable isotope. See the Related Questions for how to count the number of protons, neutr…
This all depends on the element's atomic number (number of protons). Since atoms have the same number of protons as they do electrons, the atomic number is essentially equal to the number of electrons as well.
For example Aluminum atomic There are lists, but you can just tell anyway accor…
Describes bonding in molecules
A Lewis dot structure tells chemists a great deal about the structure and bonding in a molecule. It is used to understand what types of bonds exist in the molecule (whether there are single, double or triple bonds, for instance). It can also be used to determine how…
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If coulombs constant (Kc = 10^7.c^2) times the square of the charge (e) is Kc.e^2 = mp.lp.alpha.c^2 than e = 270,1361244 times the squareroot of (mp.lp) where mp and lp are Plancks mass and length = 1.602176535.10^-19 kg1/2.m1/2. The dimension of coulomb must therefore be kg…
Atoms are the smallest unit of an element that maintains
the properties of the element.
a proton. not an electron.
Manganese (Mn) has 7 valence electrons. These are the electrons, the 4s2 3d5 electrons, in its outer or valence shell. A link can be found below.
Different principal energy levels have different numbers of
sublevels. There are the same number of sublevels as the number of
the principal energy level.
The 1st level only has an s-orbital
The 2nd level has an s-orbital and a p-orbital
The 3rd level has s-, p- and d-orbitals.
The 4th level has…
the C is in the center and the H's are on all four sides with only single bonds
It is called strong force
Molecules are atoms that are held together by what are called chemical bonds. The strength of the bond(s) will vary depending on the chemical nature of the atoms involved in creating the molecule. But it is the term chemical bonding that is used to name…
In the presence of a strong enough oxidizer, almost anything will burn.
Secondary electron images show morphology and topography of a sample. The more the number of electrons reaching the detector, the brighter the image is. Back scattered electron images show difference in composition - or more exactly, difference in atomic number over a sample. The higher the atomic n…
If the 3He target has its spin polarized along the axis of the neutron beam, you may consider that the protons' spin will be canceling out and the spin will be more-or-less carried by the one neutron. Thus it will prefer to absorb neutrons polarized in the opposite direction, ie negative helicity.
If the atom's outer boundary is established by the "mean radius of
the outermost electron orbital" or something like that, the atom is
waaaaaaaaaaay over 99% free space. The hydrogen atom has a diameter
over 100,000 times the diameter of the proton in it's nucleus.
When it comes to mass number and atomic number, there is no unit. For example, carbon has a mass number of 12, with no units on the end - it is just given as the number.
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we are doing this project right now. we went to an art supplies store and bought some styrofoam balls - 12 in a pack is all you need. some poster paint and string. also a coat hanger to hang them. first we are painting 6 pr…
1.007 atomic mass units, or about 0.938 GeV.
In theory yes. As long as you don't try to run them in dual-channel configuration it should work. But ram can be picky sometimes, its not too uncommon for instability to occur even using the same brands. If possible it would be best to buy the same ram speeds that you have. That way you also elimina…
On the surface, it sounds like the application is for a bushing or for a bearing surface for the axle. Which acetal compound is being investigated or considered? If it's polyoxymethylene (POM), which is a common thermoplastic (as are acetals), it will work well at temperatures far into subzero. The …