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What is the difference between a phosphorescent source and a fluorescent source?
phosphorescent is glowing in the dark;reusing old light it has stored, like a glow in the dark keychain fluorescent is something that glows when energy is applied to it, such as the fluorescent lightbulb Answer As the name implies, phosphorescent comes from the element phosphorus. Many other substances which are not phosphorus can fluoresce at certain wavelengths of light. I agree phosphorous like sea waves sometomes.
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The source is the text you pulled facts or ideas from for your paper. The citation tells your reader which sources you used for the paper. To put it another way, citations are… a list of sources.
Fluorescent material immediately glows when exposed to ultraviolet radiation, that is it fluoresces. Phosphorescent material slowly absorbs and re-emits the radiation it a…bsorbs. This enables phosphorescent material to absorb visible light spectra to "glow in the dark" at a later time.
Source is a place where one can obtain any valuable thing, for example 1. Well/Waterfall is a source where one can obtain water. 2. The Sun is the source for light to live… animal and trees. 3. School is a source to obtain knowledge. Resource is anything which is valuable that one consume to perform a function, for example 1. Teacher is a resource when a student learns 2. Petroleum is a resource in may aspect 3. Computer RAM,Processor and Disks are resources when a program runs
Well, a mobile source is a source that is capable of moving. And a stationary source is a source that stays still or doesn't move (or stationary in other words).
Source is a place where one can obtain any valuable thing, for example 1. Well/Waterfall is a source where one can obtain water. 2. The Sun is the source for light to live… animal and trees. 3. School is a source to obtain knowledge. Resource is anything which is valuable that one consume to perform a function, for example 1. Teacher is a resource when a student learns 2. Petroleum is a resource in may aspect 3. Computer RAM,Processor and Disks are resources when a program runs K.M. Anura Wijayasingha
Fluorescence is light energy produced by a process where high-energy radiation (such as ultraviolet or X-ray) is absorbed by electrons surrounding an atom and is re-emitte…d as light energy. Phosphoresence is light energy produced by a particular type of chemical reaction where the excess chemical energy of the reactants is given off as light energy.
source is the origin of somthing where it has come from and sauce is somthing that you might put on food . EG: i like tomato sauce on my food.
A relevant source is information that has to do with the subject at hand. If you are writing about seniors in society, an article written about global warming would not be rel…evant. A current source is a source that is up to date on the material - it is the most recent information available.
The basic idea of a source is as follows: A source produces something (a spring is a source). A sink consumes something (a hole in the ground that water pours into is a si…nk hole). But in biology, the terms have more specific meaning. That "something" is referring to carbohydrates. "The movement of carbohydates occurs from where carbohydates are made or have been stored, called a source, to where they will be stored or used, called a sink."
Sources may be someone's personal viewpoint of what happened, and may be made up by the person. Evidence expresses facts about the past - meaning what really happened; the tr…uth; the reality of an event, situation or person.
In open source software, the source code is disclosed to te public while in closed source it is not.
Electrical energy- Energy is then absorbed by mercury particles-ultra violet energy-energy absorbed by phosphor particles-visible light energy. This is what I found in my scie…nce textbook hopefully it helps.Thumbs up if it did.
Only experience can tell you that. A source whose information checks out when compared to reality (e.g. other sources) is usually reliable, while a source whose data turns out… not to match reality would be considered unreliable.
The difference between Source and Reservoir is that source is a major thing from which we receive a product or necessities.It is a direct way of getting our daily needs.EXAMPL…E:The fishes we get from rivers,the water we get from waterfalls,were reservoir is a area where we can store and use the products from sources.it is an indirect way of getting our needs.EXAMPLE:The fish we get from markets, the water we get from Dams..
A "source" tends to be an article which has been directly copied or cited from. A "reference", however, refers to a work which has been used to verify information.
Primary sources were either created during the time period being studied or were created at a later date by a participant in the events being studied (as in the case of memoir…s). They reflect the individual viewpoint of a participant or observer. Primary sources enable the researcher to get as close as possible to what actually happened during an historical event or time period. A secondary source is a work that interprets or analyzes an historical event or phenomenon. It is generally at least one step removed from the event and is often based on primary sources. Examples include scholarly or popular books and articles, reference books and textbooks.
A source is some type of original material such as diaries or artifacts that gives you information. Evidence is information that is relevant in proving a disputed fact for… a legal proceeding.