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Every day we neutralize things inside and outside of our bodies without even knowing. When we suffer acidity we take milk of magnesia. Even your body alone neutralizes, diges…tion is the best example of acid- base neutralization. However, even when an ant stings the skin and baking soda is applied on the skin for relief, neutralization takes place. Ant sting is acidic and baking soda is basic. Wasp stings on the other hand are basic and vinegar is used for relief on wasp sting, we are still neutralizing. In baking, Use of baking soda in cooking may be for the leavening effect (release of CO2) but it needs a neutralizing reaction to release the CO2. The list is endless.
Objects that use magnets: CompassesSpeakersRefrigeratorsFridge MagnetsLaptopsElectro-MagnetsMotorsComputer Hard DrivesBank and Credit Cards
Hard drives Refrigerators Stereo speakers TV sets Phones Microwave Cars
It's most commonly used in photography in Xenon flash units as its a noble gas and doesn't react with other chemicals or get used up- when a high voltage is put through the ga…s it emits a bright white light- the charge is stored in a capacitor the quickly dumped through the tube containing the gas in a quick burst - most mobile phones now have this type of flash as well - previously it was done by a high band (high blue colour ,almost white) LED (light emitting diode) most red eye reducing cameras have both -LED for anti red eye then a Xenon flash for the picture! Of course its used in neon signs as well! - The effect is related to plasma discharge were the electrons in the voltage field are excited and release photons ( bit of light) which we see. If you have a look at the Periodic table ( the list off elemental chemical (it's in every chemistry book) it will be on the far right side with the other Nobel gases the list runs downwards and includes Argon etc.. all of these do the same thing and light up when a voltage is put through them- but they all give off a different colour- this is what gives you all the different colours in Neon signs!
We use wheels for: Transportation: Cars, Trucks, motorcycles, bicycles, buses, trains, etc.Making heavy machinery mobile: Cranes, loaders, bulldozers, backhoes, etc.Making we…apons mobile: Tanks, canons, multi-tube rocket launchers, etc.To help aircraft take to the sky and land again.Fun: Roller coasters, dodgems, etc.
One example of everyday use of a database is the telephone directory. Another is your own personal address book. You might also refer to the contents page or index of a book…, or use a dictionary to look up the meaning, pronunciation or origin of a word; these are everyday databases, as are encyclopedias. Schools keep a list - a database - of all students attending, and of students attending each individual class, as well as of all staff employed by the school; all employers keep databases of their employees.
Magnets are found in many thousands of devices. The most historically used magnet would probably be the compass where a suspended magnetised needle points to magnetic north. A…lternators, dynamos, electric motors etc. all use permanent or electromagnets and of course so does the magnetron in your microwave oven or the loudspeakers in your hi-fi. The most important recent use of magnets are in the MRI scanner now used in most hospitals to give very highly detailed pictures of the inside of the human body. The extremely powerful magnetic field is produced by coils cooled by liquid helium making them super conductive. From this to the simple handbag closure or fridge magnet, magnets are all over our homes and workplaces.
Magnets are used in computer hard drives, recording tapes, cabinet door latches, electric motors, certain types of bearings, MRI machines, and stereo speakers. In addition, th…e operating principle of compasses that guide people in navigation is based on the magnetic field of the earth. Everyday uses for magnets include: to pick up small objects that react to a magnetto post decorations or important mementos on a refrigeratorto keep kitchen drawers and cupboards closedto entertain or teach your childrenfound in certain household devices
let's see where do we begin. The lawn mower, riding or push uses magnets to keep the engine running. Almost any household appliance with a wound motor uses magnets. Everything… from can openers to refridgerators has to have a magnet to keep it going. Also ANY speaker, in a car, TV set, stereo, has a magnet.
One of them is to hold up notes and stuff on your fridge or whatever.
These are some examples of magnets: Fridge magnet Toys door hinges computers credit cards jewellery ........ etc...... hope this helps :) xx
Magnets are in places you usually don't think about. Remember that magnets can be roughly broken down into two types - permanent magnets and electro-magnets (sometimes "hard" …and "soft" magnets). In any case without good magnets, life as we know it would be a whole lot different. Speakers almost always have permanent magnets in them. And motors, too. Many motors have electromagnets as part of their means of operation in place of the permanent magnets we find in other motors. Computer hard drives have their data stored on them in the form of tiny magnets (or areas on the ferromagnetic coating of the platter) that are created when the read/write head applies a magnetic field for an instant over a particular location on a particular track. Magnets have been formed on the "magnetic stripe" on bank cards and other transaction or identification cards. Certainly there are plenty of toys and gadgets in which magnets play an integral part. Magnetic fields in transformers, like those in motors, make them work. Poor magnet design or lack of quality materials would increase the size and decrease the efficiency of tons of stuff. Laptops would be the size of a suitcase. All motors would get really big. Our power grid, which is operating near capacity on many occasions, would be overwhelmed. In fact, if the electromagnetic action in transformers didn't work, the power grid itself wouldn't work. Wikipedia has more information, and a link is provided. some things that use magnets are televisions . Magnets also enable the fan motto to let the fan blades to move. well you use them in your clocks, televisions, cars and a lot more
some applications are; "Separations of inks, amino acids" from a mixture , blood and urine anlysis, from a mixture
Hydrogen is found in water, carbohydrates, fats and proteins which is contained in the food we eat.
5 places: Magnets on fridge credit card floppy disk fridge door magnetic board thx .....
Answer . Electric motors (washing machines to computer fans), (automobile engine) starters, electric clocks ( both old analog and newer digital), compass, broadcast TV and …cable use electromagnetic waves, radio and radar, as well as remembering where I spent my last vacation and keeping the next bill that must be paid on the refrigerator.