Thin strips of metalic foil used as decorations?
Thin strips of metalic foil can be used as decorations on a Christmas tree (it is called "lamenta"). It can be draped over the branches of a Christmas tree and looks quite nice when the lights reflect of it.
I think it's "lametta".
That would be tinsel.
Chaff. It's called chaff.
The word for the thin foil strips is "tinsel" (often used on Christmas trees). The adjective relating to materials is "tensile" (stretching strength).
A foil is a very thin sheet of metal, paper, plastic material.
Aluminum foil is made of the metal aluminum, pressed into a long, thin sheet.
Gold foil is a very thin sheet of gold used for art and craft projects. It is so thin that it breaks if you handle it too roughly. Aluminum foil is made to seal or cover items and is thick and bendable.
blister foil is special used for drugs package,we are manufacture of super thin aluminum foil of verious specification.
Aluminum foil gets holes in it because it is extremely thin. Aluminum foil is not supposed to be able to last forever.
Kitchen foil despite sometimes being called tin foil is actually made of aluminium. Kitchen foil is simply very thin sheets of aluminium.
It is a thin sheet of aluminium.
Aluminium is a metallic element, with the symbol Al. Aluminium foil is simply very thin sheets of this metal.
Aluminium foil can be reused in school in art lessons as it can be some decorations for the artwork. It can also be recycled with aluminum cans as it is just a thinner form of aluminum.
"Foil" can be any thin flexible sheets of metal- but the foil you use in the kitchen is made of aluminum. Carbon, being a nonmetal and generally rather brittle, would not make a good foil.
90 minutes at 325 degrees (loosely covered with foil).
A thin aluminum foil can float on water if placed carefully flat on the surface because of the surface tension of water. If you were to submerge it, the foil will sink.
Cooking foil is made from tin. Sometimes it is made from very thin sheets of aluminum. This is because it is cheaper.
An aluminium foil is a thin piece of Al. It is made of Al atoms. Al is an element.
'Foil' has 3 meanings - to fool somebody, a very thin sheet of metal, or a practice weapon in fencing.
by an iron worker who cut sheet medal to thin
Crisp Packets are made out of thin metal foil.
it's a physical change.
both thin and flexible
Absolutely. It's very thin and not too tough.
What most people refer to as tin foil is aluminum foil. However, real tin foil can still be purchased. In both cases, the metal is rolled and pressed by tons of pressure on rollers until it is paper thin.
Aluminium is frequently used in foils. From these foils are made packagings.
if i am not mistaken, foil just turns black and starts to shrivel after some time when in contact with fire. Since foil is a thin sheet of aluminum, aluminum does not catch fire.
Aluminum foil is pure elemental aluminum in very thin sheets. It's a 100%, or, to be more precise, 99.99% aluminum.
Any conducting material. Thin metal foil is common.
As a noun- a very thin sheet of metal- "I wrapped the baked potatoes in aluminum foil". It can also be a type of thin sword used in the sport of fencing- "I grazed his knee with the tip of my foil". It can also be a verb, meaning to disrupt "The plans of the thief were foiled when a police officer walked around the corner."
Actually, aluminum foil does get hot while in the oven. But, when you take it out, it cools very quickly because it is such a thin sheet of metal foil, especially compared to the heavier metal pan.
The critical thing in a battery is not how much electrolyte (potato) is used but the area of the electrodes in contact with the electrolyte. A high current "potato battery" could be constructed by pureeing a few potatoes in a blender and coating long foil strips of the two different metals with a thin layer of this damp potato paste and cover the potato paste with tissue paper as an insulator to prevent short circuits… Read More
Because he bombarded the alpha rays on thin foil of gold and alpha rays can not pass through air or gases.
I believe they are called the Alpha particles and yes, they did pass through a sheet of gold foil.
It can kill you, but its easy to shield ... a thin layer of foil will block it completely.
malleability malleability is the ability of a substance to be rolled or pounded into thin sheets aluminum can be rolled into sheets to make foil
Neutrinos can pass through any material. Also gamma radiation can pentrate a thin foil of lead.
The definitions of foil are: To mess with. Destroy plan, or something good. A thin flexible leaf or sheet of metal. A light fencing sword having a circular guard.
No, foil is a very thin metal, usually aluminium. When it's all used up there's no more, so it's not renewable, like sunlight.
Aluminum foil is pretty much aluminium, with a thin coating of aluminium oxide. It doesn't give off any chemicals to speak of.
Thin pieces of metal, like aluminium foil will heat up very quickly. The sharp creases can cause sparking and a fire.
The results of the gold foil test was that the alpha particles in the beam began to spread out as they passed through the foil. This reaction became known as Rutherford Scattering.
Rutherford shot beta particles at gold foil to discover protons, but i have never heard of an aluminum foil experiment.
A foil paper is a thin coating of shiny Mylar on a paper or clear plastic backing. It resembles gold and silver leaf but it is more durable and much less expensive.Ê
minimal R-value with foil faced bubble wrap, but does cut down on radiant heat alot....BUT you must install it with some dead air space on one side of it. Like put wood slat strips on the ribs with glue/screws then place thin paneling or FRP skin over it with the bub-wrap spray glued onto the metal first. IMHO
Yes, they can. Even better is to make a temporary shield of cooking foil or an old foil pie plate to reflect the light forward. You can also use a good hairdryer to bend thin plexi.
Aluminum foil is made from extremely thin aluminum. Aluminum pop cans are considerably thicker than aluminum foil, and are made from an aluminum alloy containing small amounts of manganese and magnesium.
A thin sheet of metal. One of the three types of sword used in fencing (also Sabre and epee) Dramatic foil: a character that emphasises another character's qualities by acting as a counterpoint to them.
A very thin sheet or layer of almost pure gold. Gold foil is often used to make a very inexpensive item, such as a commemorative coin, appear valuable.
It's a thin sheet or foil made of metal. Which metal precisely is an open question. At one time it actually was made of tin; now aluminium is much more likely.
Window was a term used for chaff. Chaff was thin strips of aluminum foil that was dropped from aircraft in order to foil the enemy's radar. This term was not an acronymn. Answer Window was the code name for the system developed by the British just prior to WWII, with aluminium strips being half the wavelength of the targeted radar in length. Window/chaff was dropped in large volumes from the bomb bays of aircraft and… Read More