How do you find out if your future husband is married to another woman because he was in the air forces in Italy for 10 years then another 5 years in Texas?
Just write vital statistics in Italy and Texas. You can find the website by going on www.google.com and typing in: Vital Statistics for ______________Italy and repeating your question for Texas. You will have to pay for this info, but you'll get it. Good luck Marcy
How do you address a wedding invitation to a married couple where the woman is a doctor and the husband is a captain in the armed forces?
It is because the intermolecular forces(the attractive forces between the molecules of a substance) differ from one substance to another. The chemical with the stronger intermolecular forces will have higher melting and boiling points, and vice versa. This is because more energy is required to separate the molecules to melt or boil the substance, if the forces are strong. The factors that determine the size of these forces are : the type of bonding in…
What characteristics would a molecule have to have to exhibit dispersion forces and no other intermolecular forces?
If a thing just sits there and doesn't move, then all the forces on it are a balanced group of forces. If you're pushing on it and it's not starting to move, then there must be another force from somewhere that's canceling yours, because if it's not starting to move, then you know that the group of forces on it is a balanced group of forces. A group of forces can be a balanced or…
Ionic compounds have the highest intermolecular forces, because the positive sides of one molecule will be attracted to the negative sides of another, and vice versa. Because of the strong forces keeping them together, it takes a large amount of energy, and therefore a high temperature, to break them apart (melt them).
If the forces are balanced, that means they cancel out one another - their vector sum is zero. This can't happen with two forces of unequal magnitude (strength), but it is possible to have three or more forces of unequal magnitude cancel one another; for example (in a one-dimensional example), forces of 3, -2, and -1.
Hi! I've also been reading a Tale of Two Cities for school. Your question is in Chapter 12 of Book III. From what I have gathered, it seems that Mme Defarge's big secret is the fact that she holds some meetings without her husband and forces those in the meetings to swear not to tell him. She does this because she believes her husband is too soft.