many kind of bettels
Thermal energy at the molecular level is a reflection of how fast their random motion and how "agitated" they might appear were you able to view them. In more detailed terms their nett thermal energy U is the sum of U(rot), how fast they are spinning, + U(trans) - how fast they are moving in one particular direction, and + U(vib) - where the atoms in the molecule would seem to bounce back and forth in their bonds with respect to the position of other atoms. Increasing the thermal energy would increase the speed of these motions.
Yes fats are the main building blocks of tissues and organs because the emmporizionsteolein is what keeps the abodellion running in the carbohydrates chamber and calories chamber of the abdomen. Without the fats the tissues and organs would shut down and your body would eventually start to rot.
* thermal energy * chemical energy * nuclear energy * mechanical energy * magnetic energy * electrical energy * radiant energy * elastic energy * sound energy * luminous energy * gravitational energy
here are some: -Linear Kinetic energy -Rotational Kinetic energy -Heat energy -Atomic energy -Electrical energy -Sound energy -Solar energy -Wind energy -Tidal energy -Wave energy -Hydro energy -Nuclear energy -Succesive ionization energy
Kinetic Energy. Potential Energy . Mechanical Energy . Thermal Energy . Electromagnetic Energy . Electric Energy . Nuclear Energy . --Chemical Energy .
All acidic liquids can rot tooth enamel.
Yes, it Does rot your teeth.
rot your teeth until nothing left
no it is only a substance that you eat to have in immediate energy.
because energy keeps it from rotting
Energy drinks have high sugar content, which can rot teeth or damage the enamel on teeth.
Rot an der Rot Abbey was created in 1126.
red = rot in German Rot, as in "rot in hell" = faulen, vergammeln
If you eat sugar it will increase your energy but if you eat to much of this your teeth will Begin to rot and you will become fat.
Yes, rot is a proper word.The word rot is a verb (rot, rots, rotting, rotted):Paper money will rot if you bury it in the ground without moisture protection.The word rot is a noun (uncountable, mass noun):The potatoes show some rot so we should throw them out.Some compound nouns for the noun rot: root rot, dry rot, brown rot, black rot, boll rot, etc.The noun 'rot' is sometimes used as slang for 'nonsense'.
"rot" for example: Vegetables easily rot
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