Results for: Decomposition

Where is decomposition in the forest?

rotting Or   decomposition
Thanks for the feedback!
In Physics

Decomposition of glass in landfills?

In the natural environment, glass takes approximately 1,000,000 to decompose. Due to the anaerobic conditions and keeping water out of landfills, the decomposition rate of gla (MORE)
In Biology

Does air and light affect decomposition?

Environmental conditions affect decomposition. A body that is exposed to air will decompose more quickly and exhibit more insect activity. A buried body will decompose eight t (MORE)
In Science

What is the difference of fermentation and decomposition?

Decomposition uses cellular respiration to break down dead plant  matter--this means that oxygen is involved in the process.  Fermentation is another word for anaerobic deco (MORE)

Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)

What does decomposition and synthesis mean?

They're both types of chemical reactions. In a decomposition reaction one compound is broken into two parts. Ex) HCl yields H + Cl In a synthesis reaction the opposite happe (MORE)

What is the decomposition reaction?

A decomposition reaction is where one single compound breaks down into two or more simpler chemicals. An example of this is the decomposition of zinc carbonate, represented by (MORE)

Decomposition of plastic?

Sunlight can break down plastic. Overtime exposing a large piece of  plastic to the sun will cause it to turn into little pieces of  plastic. Warm salt water and sun can deg (MORE)