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What is the smallest amount of energy required by reacting particles for a chemical reaction to begin?
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What is the smallest amount of light?
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What is meant by quantization of energy?
The term quantum is taken from Latin and simply means amount or quantity. In the field of quantum mechanics it has been determined that there is a specific amount of matter, energy, space, or time, which is the smallest possible amount. In other words, energy comes only in certain packages. It cannot be subdivided without limit, into ever smaller amounts. This is not unlike the fact that there is a smallest amount of any given chemical element. The smallest amount of oxygen you can have is one oxygen atom. You can cut it in half, but if you do, it isn't oxygen anymore. However, you can't cut one quantum of energy in half. One quantum of energy is the smallest amount of energy that you can have. No smaller amount is possible. Physicists will express this idea by saying that energy is quantized.
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What electromagnetic waves have the smallest amount of energy?
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What is the relationship between appliances power rating and the amount of heat it produce?
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The disappearance of a small amount of mass in a nuclear reaction produces?
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How much energy does tidal energy produce in one day?
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The rays of solar energy striking the earth that distribute the greatest amount of energy over the smallest area are what rays?
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How much energy can radio waves produce?
Radio waves are energy. Electromagnetic energy to be exact. The amount of energy a radio wave has will depend on the amount of power the transmitter has, the amount of amplification, the quality of the cable connecting it to the antenna and finally the antenna. The amount of energy is usually measured in watts.
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Which color of light does the smallest energy drop of an electron produce?
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How do the properties of a gas differ from the properties of a liquid or solid?