What is the section of the atmosphere that has electrically carged particles?
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What are positivey and negativey carged atoms called?
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89 prelude shut off while driving but started after jumped but didnt keep running for long?
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Why does a glass rod become positively charged when rubbed with silk?
when a glass rod is rubbed with silk cloth, some of the electrons are removed from the atoms of the glass rod and deposited on the silk leaving negatively carged and glass positively charged Different materials have different electron affinities, meaning electrons will tend to gravitate towards certain materials over others. When silk is rubbed against a glass rod, the atoms of the rod and the atoms of the silk interact, and the silk atoms pull electrons from the rod's atoms. Thus, the silk winds up negatively charged and the rod becomes positively charged. Source: http://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/estatics/u8l2a.cfm
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How do you reset the service indicator lights on an E34 1995 BMW 525i Touring?
You can buy a proper tool that will reset service lights and inspection light giving you all the green lights from Ebay price £12:99 plus p/p realy simple tool to use, cuts out all the guess work, and getting the right connector. I have been using mine not just on my 525 but it will also do 92 -2000 models even carged my mates £5:00 a time, tool has paid for it self over and over time and time again. Just go in to Ebay motors car accessories and enter reset tool for BMW. Money well spent.
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Trees - How do you calculate board feet?
Understanding board feet is to know that: A 1" thick board that measures 12" wide, or 1 foot wide, and measures 12" long, or one foot long, is equal to one board foot. (1" x 12" x 12") The measurements for true board feet are measured and calculated by the true end size and length of the material. In construction, there arises a dichotomy, often causing confusion with understanding board feet and calculating board feet. For example, most dimensional lumber including 2 x 4's and 2 x 6's used to frame a conventional house do not measure end size at a full 2" x 4" or, 2 x 6". Rather, they measure 1 1/2" x 3 1/2" and 1 1/2" x 5 1/2" respectively.. As an another example of this dichotomy is, the flooring Contractor who will usually measure in square feet for the job but is faced with ordering 3/4" x 3 1/2" oak tongue and groove flooring that is supplied by the board foot, in this case 3/4" thick material is usually made starting with a 1" thick board. Hence, you are carged for 1000 board feet when the actual measured board feet of the finished material totals something more like 850 board feet. I can work through the formulae with you if you are working with material that is 3/8" thick, or 2 3/4" thick. Basically it is thickness times width times length with consideration for the true end size and length measures.
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Is there a limit to how much a lawyer can charge for personal injury case my lawyer charged 33 percent but when i got my settlement for 160.000 he carged an additional 50.000 for paper work?
Your attorney's fees should be spelled out precisely in the contract (retainer) you signed with them. If the paperwork fee is allowed, it must be "reasonable." What one considers "reasonable" is not usually the same as what attorneys consider "reasonable." $50,000 extra for paperwork on a $160,000 case is definitely not reasonable, especially on a "settlement" which didn't go to trial. Such excessive fees should be challenged. Definitely get some legal advice. The trick here is to see if you are willing to go through the time and trouble (and expense) to get your $50,000 or the allowable portion of it. Yes, you are worn out and tired of the legal system by now, but if the $50,000 is yours, then you will recover it if you do your work. Best of luck. This sounds like the type of thing one hears about, but really never see's. If true, it is unbelievable and certainly wrong. The US Bar and most State organizations limit the amount of a percentage basis fee, in most all circumstances, to right at what yours charged. So, he went to the upper end no matter what. They can sometimes charge for certain hard costs, filing fee's, expert witnesses, that type of thing too. Especially as you didn't go to court, it's reasonable, (but not absolute) to say that not many of these were incurred. I absolutely suggest you pursue what happened...on several levels. NOW!!! FIRST: Start organizing every document, write down every thing you recall of every contact you had with him...to make a record...otherwise you will forget. It may be needed. Then you should take at least one if not both of these two steps: Send the information, and your complaint to your States Bar Association. Yes, they will be interested. Also, you could well contact another attorney...but you need to get one that really works in the area of suing other lawyers. You may find a heading for Lawyers Referral Service in your yellow pages, which would be a good place to start. (Especially if there is one established by the local Bar Association). Finally - you really need to do this...as something is entirely amiss...and it is highly likely that an attorney that did this to you DID NOT REALLY NEGOTIATE IN YOUR BEST INTERESTS and your settlement should have been for much more...but he was blinded, or driven, by his need of $ now.
What layer of atmosphere contains electrically charged particles?
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What state of matter consits of electrically charged particles?
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Energy produced by the vibration of electrically charged particles?
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What type of electrically charged particles move from one material to another?
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What does an electrically neutral atom have equal numbers of?
How are the northern lights aurora borealis created?
the proximity to a global pole,because the earth's magnetic field acts as a huge magnet and attracts electrically charged particles to both the north and south poles and since the auroras are made up of electrically charged particles,the earth attracts such therefore causing that whch is visible imidiately the aurora particles hit the upper atmosphere.
What energy produced by the vibrations of electrically charged particles?
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What state of matter does not have a definite shape or volume and consists of electrically charged particles?
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Does Jupiter have Aurora?
Yes Jupiter does have aurorae. This is because Jupiter has a magnetic field that can attract the electrically charged particles emitted from the Sun, as well as the charged particles given off by Jupiter's volcanic moon, Io. The auroral emission is caused by electrically charged particles striking atoms in the upper atmosphere from above. The particles travel along Jupiter's magnetic field lines. This is the same mechanism that causes auroras on Earth