Bones? Eggshells, sea shells...
Copper(II) carbonate is insoluble in water and doesn't react with sodium sulfate. A green product, visible on ald objects made from copper or copper alloys, is a mixture of copper carbonate and copper hydroxide.
sugar fizzy drinks and some soaps
Some objects that contain electromagnets are doorbells, speakers, printers, and calculaters
Two common objects which contain electromagnets are a calculator and a compass.
The pearl produces within the soft tissue of living shelled mullosk. Pearl is made of calcium carbonate in minute crystalline form which has been deposited into concentric layers. Finest quality, pearls have been highly valued as gemstones and objects of beauty.
Yes, the grasshopper's compound eyes see motion. Yes, the grasshopper's compound eyes see motion. Yes, the grasshopper's compound eyes see motion. Yes, the grasshopper's compound eyes see motion.
There are many objects in the world that contain carbon. Some items are seashells, pencils, fabrics, wood, carbonated sodas, and water.
Heat is the vibration of the atoms or molecules that make up things. As all atoms can vibrate and all objects are made of atoms, all objects contain heat energy.
A compound microscope is used to magnify small objects such as algae, bacteria, diseases, etc.
A compound microscope, like the common optical microscope is used to study objects too small to see with the naked eye. The difference between a common optical microscope, and a compound microscope is the number of objective lenses. A compound microscope will contain several lenses. This reduces distortion, and gives one multiple lenses with which to adjust magnification.