yes. Diesel is a very stable fuel . it wont even react much when put to a flame!
As a blind guess, the ECM is basing the Air/fuel mixture with incorrect data from a bad sensor or vacuum leak. Check the Idle air control actuator, It's responsible for allowing more or less air to bypass the throttle plate to stabilize the idle. It gets commands from the ECU based on information from various engine sensors.
It will affect it by the building shaking and sliding if it doesn't have a stable base. If it has a stable base, it might be smashed by another building, so be concious of your surroundings in these situations.
stable electronic configuration
Hard rock masses are the most stable founding materials during an earthquake.
it happens because it helps to keep the beaker stable with no shaking
its electronic configuration
Stable electronic configuration is when the valence shell of an element is completely filled (8 electrons) whereas unstable electronic configuration is when the valence shell of an element is not completely filled
outermost electronic level
Benzene is very stable because of presence of delocalized electronic cloud and high resonance energy.
it is a transverse wave, it can be demonstrated by tying a rope to a stable object and shaking the rope up and down like a snake.
[Ar] 3d10 4s2 4p3
No. Noble gases have completely filled orbitals / energy levels. They generally have 8 valence electrons (helium has only 2) and have stable electronic configuration.
No. Noble gases have completely filled orbitals. They generally have 8 valence electrons (helium has only 2) and have stable electronic configuration.
An element becomes stable when it gains noble gas electronic structure. that is when it have 8 electrons in its outermost shell
Due to stable electronic configuration in helium (it has completely filled s orbital)
The stability of an atom is determined by its electronic configuration that is a full last shell makes the atom of an element stable.
Helium has two valence electrons, it has completely filled s orbital and has stable electronic configuration. Hence it is chemically inert
Helium - it is a noble gas! Helium has completely filled s orbital and thus has stable electronic configuration
electronic configuration is important for the matter to be stable or octet to be complete
The number of electrons needed to be lost/gained to gain a stable electronic structure. For example, Sodium needs to lose just 1 electron to make its electronic structure stable, so the ion it forms is Na+ .
This is because in nitrogen the 2p subshells are filled by 3 electrons which is half filled electronic configuration. But oxygen has to lose an electron to attain the half filled electronic electronic configuration. Hence nitrogen is more stable than oxygen.
Noble gases have completely filled orbitals. They generally have 8 valence electrons (helium has only 2) and have stable electronic configuration.
Noble gases are chemically stable because they have completely filled electron orbitals. They generally have 8 valence electrons (helium has only 2) and therefore have a stable electronic configuration.