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Which term explains whether an object's velocity has increased or decreased over time

Which of these is a characteristic of nonmetals

What is the only factor needed to calculate change in velocity due to acceleration of gravity 9.8 ms

What term is used to describe splitting a large atomic nucleus into two smaller ones

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What angle is between 90 and 180

What condition has symptoms that include ringing buzzing or roaring in the ears or head

What is the transfer of energy as electromagnetic waves called

V-cube 7 or megaminx

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Causes of fires

What angle is between 90 and 180

What condition has symptoms that include ringing buzzing or roaring in the ears or head

What is the transfer of energy as electromagnetic waves called

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How can you investigate absorbance versus time and not concentration versus time like you normally do for any kinetic investigation?

Too many words


What is the concentration of oxygen in the lungs normally compared to carbon dioxide?

what is the concentration of oxygemnin the lungs normally compared to carbon dioxide


Which type of transport normally goes from a low concentration to a high concentration?

active transport


What role does a special agent do?

The role of a Special Agent is to investigate crimes etc for the federal government. Special Agents are normally armed and can investigate federal law violations.


Definition of credit investigation?

A credit investigation is the process of investigating whether a person's credit has been compromised. This normally happens when a person reports and unauthorized transaction.


What is the difference between FBI and police?

The main difference is FBI agents have federal jurisdiction (within certain limits) but police generally have jurisdiction only within their home city or state. Federal agents normally investigate federal crimes such as bank robbery, but do not normally investigate local jurisdiction crimes.


Will a doctor check for marijuana in your blood?

No. Not normally. Not unless it's a criminal investigation or something.


Where did the people who escaped from concentration camps go to?

Those who escaped concentration camps normally became partisans, or hid the remainder of the war.


The rate of a chemical reaction normally?

increases as reactant concentration increases


What does the rate of a chemical reaction normally do?

increases as reactant concentration increases


Can a judge give you a longer sentence than you plea bargained for because of something they find in the presentence investigation?

Actually, no presentence investigation is normally ordered when a plea offer is been presented and both sides agreed to the offer. However, the judge could refuse the plea offer and send the case to trial. A presentence investigation is normally ordered after defendant has been found guilty at trial.


Is alcohol normally found in the blood of a person who doesn't drink and what is the normal blood alcohol concentration?

No it is not , the normal blood alcohol concentration is 0.000000


The concentration of oxygen in the lungs normally compared to carbon dioxide is about?

30 to 70


The concentration of carbon dioxide in the lungs normally compared to oxygen is about?

100 to 40


What is a mathematical investigation?

A mathematical investigation might be demonstrated by a situation where someone gets a math problem and tries to sort it out. Normally a mathematical investigation has a question to answer or a problem to solve. The field of statistics is populated largely by mathematical investigation. And a link is provided to the excellent Wikipedia on that topic. Surf on over and read just the first paragraph....


What is the difference between relative concentration and precise concentration?

Relative concentration gives you a comparison of two or more solutions, telling you which has a higher concentration of some solute than the other. Precise concentration would normally be expressed in terms of moles per liter, and it tells you the actual amount of a solute that is present in a given volume of solution.


What does increasing the concentration of a reactant do the rate of reaction?

Increasing the concentration of a reactant normally increases the rate of reaction. However, if the reaction rate is controlled under the conditions considered by the concentration of a different reactant, the reaction rate may not change when the concentration of some other reactant is increased.


What scale is used to use acidity?

Normally pH or pOH, what means the concentration of hydrogen in the solution.


How is the code of Ethics intended to be enforced?

Normally, a business with have an ethics committee that monitors business ethics. If there are any concerns, the committee will have a meeting to investigate the problem.


How do you quantitatively measure the colour intensities of different solutions?

This is kind of a tricky question. But if you're wanting to skip to the end, the answer is spectrophotometry. Remember that, when we speak of the intensity of a color, we are talking about the intensity of some beam of light. This intensity is just a measure of the energy deposited by this beam of light on a given area in a given time (normally measured in watts per meter squared). The problem is, when we speak of the "intensity" of the color of a solution, we use "intensity" in its colloquial sense. This "intensity" actually arises from the solution ABSORBING light. Solutions will absorb particular wavelengths of light much more than they will other wavelengths of light. Let's introduce some terms, the definition of which will become clear from the upcoming context. We have some color: A and its complementary color: B Let's say that a solution appears to be A-colored. This is because light passes through the solution, and the solution very effectively absorbs B-colored light. The extent to which the solution absorbs this B-colored light (or the absorbance) depends on the concentration of the solution, and the amount of the solution through which the light travels (path length). these relationships are governed by the Beer-Lambert Law, which is as follows. A=ebc with variables: A=absorbance (unitless) b=path length (units of length) c = concentration and e=extinction coefficient. (normally units of 1/length * concentration) The extinction coefficient is experimentally determined for a given solution at a given wavelength. Spectrophotomers are machines that find the wavelength of peak absorbance and measure that absorbance. They don't come cheap, but you can probably see why this is such an extremely powerful tool.


Normally when the concentration of glucose in the blood falls below a certain level stored glucose reenters the blood until the original concentration of blood glucose is part of the process known as?

homeostasis


Where were Jews forced to go before entering a concentration camp?

They were normally sent to labor camps were they worked but, if anyone committed a serious crime they were sent right away to the concentration camp.


What are the limitations of UV Spectrophotometer?

1.Any stray light will affect the linearity of the calibration graph. 2.Any electronic noise will affect the absorbance values. 3.Conduct normally in the liquid state.


Compare active transport to passive transport?

Active transport requires energy, whereas passive transport does not. Passive transport is normally something moving from an area of high concentration to low concentration (with the grain). Active transport is something moving from an area of low concentration to an area of high concentration(against the grain).


What is a special form of diffusion where water moves from an area of high water concentration to an area of low water concentration?

This is not special at all, it is what happens normally. You can also think of it as water moving down a solute gradient (from low solute concentration to high solute concentration, till the concentrations are the same. The name for this process is osmosis.