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Yes, matter exists in discrete amounts that equal some whole number of atoms.
Albert Einstein. He came up with the famous equation E=mc2 which explains that energy and mass are 2 different forms of the same thing and massive amounts of energy can be released from tiny amounts of matter.
In study island its Plasma
Lome is contained by equal amounts of sand, silt, clay, and organic matter.
Summer soltice 21 June, and winter soltice 21 December.
An Equation is a number sentence stating that two amounts are equal
It is true that nuclear reaction produce huge amounts of energy by transforming tiny amounts of matter.
The two amounts were equal. In the eyes of the law both claims were determined to be equal. She mixed equal amounts of rice and water.
Large amounts of energy.
The amount of matter in an object is equal to its Mass.
An expession has NO equal sign, a equation are to amounts that are equal
In pigments: Equal amounts of red and blue are used to make purple. Mixing equal amounts of red, blue, and yellow (the three primary colors) will yield brown. In light: Equal amounts of red and blue make magenta (a lighter, more reddish shade of purple). Equal amounts of magenta and yellow make white.
Hydrogen, helium, small amounts of lithium. No heavier elements. Lots of the mysterious dark matter.Hydrogen, helium, small amounts of lithium. No heavier elements. Lots of the mysterious dark matter.Hydrogen, helium, small amounts of lithium. No heavier elements. Lots of the mysterious dark matter.Hydrogen, helium, small amounts of lithium. No heavier elements. Lots of the mysterious dark matter.
Different objects contain different amounts of matter.
Well, they can all have equal amounts off kinetic energy of they are moving, but if you're talking about the kinetic energy of the particles, then gasses have the most
Equal amounts of mass will weigh more than equal amounts of liquid. When an egg is boiled the yolk and white of the egg become mass.
An equal amount "matches" each other. So, if you are told to combine milk and water in equal amounts, with the total amount specified as "one cup", the milk would be 1/2 cup and the water 1/2 cup. There are many situations in life where you'll need to know what to do to combine substances in "equal amounts".