Absolutely; if no quarters are available (unlikely) they can be assigned to the next lower rank quarters if available. That happens aboard ship a lot when an Admiral comes aboard and the highest rank onboard is an O-6.
Either O5 or O6... depends on the specific job.
a carbohydrate. For example, pentoses are C5, H10, O5, and hexoses are C6, H12, O6 <- glucose.
that's wrong, you got 6 O on left but 12 O on right.
Commander is a rank exclusive to the Navy. It is the equivalent of an Army/Air Force/Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel (O5). A Navy Captain is equivalent to an Army/Air Force/Marine Corps Colonel (O6), whereas a Captain in the Army, Air Force, or Marine Corps is O3. A Navy Captain outranks a Commander, but a Commander outranks an Army, Air Force, or Marine Corps Captain.
Colonel is O6 in the USAF, USA, and USMC. In the Navy, 06 is Captain.
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This all depends on which branch of the military you are talking about. In the Army, Air Force, & Marines the term "Captain" is typically interchangeable with the term "Commander." A Captain typically commands a company-sized element. Of course, there are also Battalion, Brigade, and Division Commanders as well who are much higher in rank than Captain. Army/A.F./Marines Navy Rank/Grade: Rank/Grade: 2LT/O1 = 2nd Lieutenant ENS/O1 = Ensign 1LT/O2 = 1st Lieutenant LTJG/O2 = Lieutenant Junior Grade CPT/O3 = Captain LT/O3 = Lieutenant MAJ/O4 = Major LCDR/O4 = Lieutenant Commander LTC/O5 = Lieutenant Colonel CDR/O5 = Commander COL/O6 = Colonel CAPT/O6 = Captain In the Navy a Captain outranks a Commander as described above.
A chain of hexagonal glucose molecules (C6 H12 O6). When 2 glucose molecules bind, a water molecule is released, making cellulose a chain of C6 H10 O5 (It loses an H2 O).
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Depending on time in service a US Navy Captain (O6) makes from $6,897 to $9,910 per month in base pay. in year 2009
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O3 in the Army, Marine Corps, and Air Force; O6 is the Navy and Coast Guard (a Navy and Coast Guard Captain is equivalent to an Army/Marine Corps/Air Force Colonel).
C6 H12 O6(s) + H2O gives C6 H12 O6(aq) MECHANISM-C6 H12 O6(s)---->(L.E or H sublimation)C6 H12 O6(g)---------->(H hydration)C6 H12 O6(aq)
Photosynthesis. The formula is, 6H2O + 6CO2 + cholrophyll -> C6 + H12 +O6= glucose (sugar) The waste left over is what we breathe, oxygen (O6)
Yes, in all branches of service. The Navy uses a different structure for officers than the Air Force, Army, and Marines. In the Navy, a Captain is O6, equivalent to a Colonel in the remaining branches. A Navy Lieutenant is O3, equivalent to Captain in the other branches, and a Navy Lieutenant Junior Grade is O2, equivalent to a First Lieutenant in the other branches.
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There is no rank V6 in the US Navy. You might mean one of the following: - E6 > Enlisted, Paygrade E-6, Petty Officer First Class (PO1) - O6 > Officer, Paygrade O-6, Captain (CAPT)
A Navy or Coast Guard Captain outranks a Navy or Coast Guard Commander... however, a Navy Commander outranks and Army, Air Force, or Marine Corps Captain. Captain in those three branches is O3 - the Navy/Coast Guard equivalent is Lieutenant. In the Navy and Coast Guard, Captain is O6 - the equivalent rank in the Air Force, Army, and Marine Corps is Colonel.
This is filed under US ARmy and US Navy, so let me clarify.. A Captain in the Army is pay grade O3, whereas a Colonel in the Army is pay grade O6. Colonel is the higher of the two. The Navy has a different rank structure for officers than the other branches. A Captain in the Navy is 06 - equivalent to Colonel. The rank of Colonel does not exist in the Navy.
Helium has two valence electrons. O6+ ion (a hypothetical ion) will also have 2 valence electrons.
C6 H12 O6 + O2 ----> CO2 + H2O + ATP C6 H12 O6 + O2 ----> CO2 + H2O + ATP