Where does the slogan 'You do not win silver you lose gold' come from?
It was certainly used as part of an Olympic advertising campaign, but the actual origins are somewhat unsure. It was a part of Nike's ad before the Olympics.
Silver is more electrically conductive then gold and is in fact the most conductive of all metals. However in some cases where price is not object gold is used instead as silver can tarnish and lose some if its conductivity while gold does not. The issue of corrosion is even more pronounced in high frequency signals so often gold is the most cost effect option in situations that demand high signal integrity.
Explain Why metals such as gold and silver are found naturally as elements whereas most other metals are found in compounds?
962 medal were won for the 302 events in the 2012 Summer Olympics. 302 Gold, 304 Silver Medals because 2 ties resulted in 2 Silver medals being won instead of a Silver and Bronze for each event. 356 Bronze Medals because in 56 events both Semi Finalists get the Bronze Medal if they lose the match. The winners go on to complete for the Silver and Gold Medals
if you make it to the end a trainer named red who is supposed to be ash will be waiting to battle you and inside there is also a moltres waiting for you to lose win run or catch it if you some how make it die you will have to beat the elite four again for it to re appear and also red will come back if you beat the elite four again.
As the US Civil War progressed, the Confederate dollar began to lose its value. Thus more bills and government notes were issued and there was no gold or silver to back them up . Inflation became a serious problem for the South. In the North, the government ran up many costs to fund the war, however, they had gold and silver reserves to back up the dollar. There was less monetary problems in the North…
Well, it really takes a hands on diagnosis to assess this, and it would help to know more about what exactly happens. For example, how much of a voltage loss are you experiencing? If you're going from, say, 14.6 to 13.6 when you slow the engine down to idle, that's quite normal, and the alternator's output is affected by the speed of the crankshaft, being that it is belt driven off of the crankshaft. If…