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Everyone is smelly, it's a natural byproduct of life.

The emergence of our protective eyelid was a byproduct of natural law. "natural law" is a phrase, not a word.

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No. Natural gas is largely methane. Propane is a byproduct from the production of natural gas and petroleum refining.

It is a component of natural gas and also is a byproduct of petroleum refining.

The first law of thermodynamics is often called the ''Law of Conservation of Energy''. This law suggests that energy. can be transferred from one system to another in many forms. Also, it can not be ''created'' or ''destroyed''. Thus, the total amount of energy available in the Universe is constant.Second Law of ThermodynamicsAs a result of this fact of thermodynamics, natural processes that involve energy transfer must have one direction, and all natural processes are irreversible. This law also predicts that the entropy of an isolated system always increases with time. Entropy is the measure of the disorder or randomness of energy and matter in a system.Third Law of ThermodynamicsThe third law of thermodynamics states that if all the thermal motion of molecules kinetic energy could be removed, a state called absolute zero would occur. Absolute zero results in a temperature of 0 Kelvins or -273.15° Celsius

what two natural processes affect air quality

Methane is the main component of natural gas and the simplest alkane. Ethane is a byproduct of petroleum refining and is colorless and odorless. Propane is a byproduct of both petroleum refining and natural gas processing.

The type of conversion that is taking place when natural gas is burned to heat water is referred to as chemical conversion. In this conversion thermal energy is produced.

The natural processes of water and wind erosion tend to wear down mountains.

Food have high natural sugars because it is the byproduct of photosynthesis. Natural sugars are plentiful in fruits that give them their sweet, appealing taste.

There are many different theories about the relationship of God and science, or the relationship of God and natural processes as described by science. We could easily claim that it was God who created those natural processes. Or, we could claim that since natural processes explain how the universe works, God becomes an unnecessary hypothesis. You get to choose your own theology.

Yes of course.Bacteria can utilise natural sugar as food and secrete acids as a byproduct. causing damage to teeth's enamel

Tannin is a natural byproduct of wine, and is found in all red wines.

The molecules are the natural byproduct of the cellular respiration process.

The second law is often represented as declaring that all natural processes cause an increase in disorder. This is a convenient shorthand way to discuss it for some situations as long as all those involved understand the broader meaning that natural processes increase the entropy of the UNIVERSE even if they decrease the entropy on a local scale and what entropy actually means. Someone with an imperfect understanding of the 2nd law may think that evolution contradicts it because evolution is supposed to be a natural process but can make things more complex on a local scale. This is a misunderstanding of the 2nd law.

they combine by the fact that artificial wetlands are man-made with the use of technology, but go through the same natural processes as natural wetlands.

Natural processes in geography are things like erosion, tides, and the melting of the glaciers. Rain is also a natural process in geography that influences erosion and the melting of the glaciers.

The understanding of the laws of thermodynamics (natural phenomena) made it possible for engineers to design and build air conditioners (technological products).

Evaporation is a process of conversion from the liquid phase to the gas phase. Boiling is a more rapid process of conversion from liquid to gas, which would normally be used in distillation. Condensation is the conversion of the gas phase to the liquid phase. This works the same way, whether rain is falling from the clouds, or water is being distilled.

some natural processes that shaped the land in North America wind,water,ice,and slabs of crust.

Green tea has fluoride in it, and green tea is very natural, and is a healthful tonic. I agree, industrial byproduct fluoride is complete garbage and is bad for your body.

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