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Asked in Biology
What is the difference between turbidity and absorbance?
Turbidity measures the degree of light is scattered by suspended particulate material and soluble colored compounds in the water. Absorbance measures the amount of light absorbed by the constituents in the water with a specified wavelength. ...
Asked in Earthquakes
Which scale measures the amount of damage after an earthquake?
The scale that measures the amount of damage after an earthquake is the Modified Mercalli intensity scale. ...
Asked in C Programming
What amount by which the counter variable is incremented in a for loop is known as what?
The amount by which a given counter variable is incremented in a for loop is determined by the type of program. ...
Asked in Chemistry
What measures the amount of one material that will dissolve in another material?
The question refers as to what measures the amount of one material that will dissolve in another material. The answer is solubility. ...
Asked in Science, Units of Measure, Physics
What are SI units and their importances in the world?
There is the meter, that measures distance. There is the kilogram, which measures mass. There is the candela, which measures luminous intensity. There is the second, which measures time. There is the mole, which measures amount of substance. There is the Kelvin, which measures temperature. And there is the ampere, which measures electrical current. ...
Asked in Chemistry
Which particle does not change in amount in an atom?
The particle in an atom that cannot change is the number of protons. If that changes, it is no longer the same element. ...
Asked in Meteorology and Weather
What are the 4 weather tools and what do they measure?
barometer-measures air pressure anemometer- measures wind speed thermometer- measures/tells temp. rain gauge- measures the amount of precipitation ...