Which glows more tonic water or highlighter?
Neither of these two examples glows of their own right. Both materials reflect light waves that impinge on them. [hint. consider looking at them in a dark room.]
These two materials fluoresce due to their component matter fluorescing under ultra violet light. Thus they appear to be reflect more light than is incident.
You can easily demonstrate this by putting an UV absorber between the light source and the object.
And as to the question - the highlighter is designed to draw attention to the mark - an important property. So we would expect the fluorescence of tonic water to be rather unimportant, whereas it is a design property for the highlighter.
There are a couple of ways you get science projects to glow in the dark. You can use glow-in-the-dark paint, which is phosphorescent and glows anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours. Glowing paint or powder tends not to be very soluble, so it is good for some projects and not others. Tonic water glows very brightly when exposed to black light and is great for edible projects. Fluorescent dye is another option… Read More
Maybe if you find some way to empty the highlighter and then pour the lipgloss into it, and then wait for the lipgloss to harden a bit more, it would work. Read More
You could pour a little bit of tonic water into your morning drink every day. Because female mosquitoes prefer sweet blood, they will be more attracted to you not those who have sour. Tonic water makes your blood more sour, so then it would repel mosquitoes. But remember that you have to do it every day or the tonic wont work. It might take a few hours before it starts to work though. Read More
The tonic of the D major scale is D. The tonic is the first note of a diatonic scale. The tonic is more commonly called the "root." Read More
There is a chance that even small amounts of quinine, the bittering agent in tonic water, can cause side effects from diarrhea, to blindness, and in rare cases--pulmonary edema, possibly resulting in death. While casual consumption of tonic water seldom results in more than the mildest of side effects, prolonged and heavy consumption can build to intolerable levels resulting in renal failure. It should be noted that levels of quinine in tonic water are minute… Read More
Not much. The FDA limits it to 83mg per liter. You can also get quinine by prescription if you need more. Read More
i did a lab at school and i found that sticking a glow stick in cold water makes it glow less in hot water it glows more! hope this helped -PEACE Read More
Gins and Tonic. Could mean more than one drink or you are using more than one type of gin in it! Read More
I have stopped drinking alcohol for over 20 months (wasn't a regular drinker previously) but I have to go into pubs for meals, etc.. So for the last 20 months I drink tonic water with my pub meal. However, I find that EVERY time I drink 2 or more tonic waters I get a headache akin to a hangover (main reason I stopped alcohol) the next day. I definitely think there is a connection as… Read More
The first note in a scale is called the root or tonic. Tonic is a more precise musical term for it. Read More
If the salt solution is Isotonic, that means 0.9 %(Means 9 gram/liter.) then nothing will happen to them. If Hypo tonic(Means salt is less salt than this,water will enter the cells and they will swell up.) If solution is Hyper tonic,(Means, salt is more than this.)then cells will shrink. Read More
There is no chemical reaction. Alcohol (in the form of gin) has long been mixed with quinine (tonic) water as a more palatable way of medicating for malaria. Read More
No. If anything, the effervescence may speed up disintegration of the pill and get it in your blodstream slightly more quickly, but that's about it. Read More
Hypo- tonic is a state in which the amount of solute (essentailly ions) inside a cell is less than the amount of solute outside a cell. In this situation a cell will take in water in order to take in more solute and eventually reach a state of equilibrium, or isotonic. Hyper- tonic is a state in which the amount of solute inside a cell is more than the amount outside the cell. The cell… Read More
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A hypertoinic environment to human cells means there is more water and less solute inside the cell. Thus water will move out of the cell because the of the concentration gradient. The cell will shrivel and die. Read More
As with any metal, the atoms within the metal begin to take on heat, giving off blackbody radiation (heat, etc). As the atoms vibrate more and more quickly, the wire glows red hot. Read More
This was quite hard to answer but after a while i got it, the answer is a glow stick when you break it it glows haha Read More
more than likely you are talking about tech tonic plates Read More
There are several tonics you can add. Apple cider vinegar at a rate of two tablespoons per gallon is good for loosening up mucus in sick birds. It also helps prevent respiratory disease. Stress tonic is available with extra vitamins Many tonics are available with specific anti-biotic added. You would need to be more specific about why your chickens need the tonic. Read More
No it is more likely the result of dehydration or salts depletion. A quick cure is to have some tonic water with quinine in it on hand for almost instant relief. if the problem persists see a doctor about it. Read More
I believe you're asking about the comparative form of adjectives ending in 'ic'. If this is the case, then it's a bit of a trick question; they don't work. Chic becomes 'more chic', toxic becomes 'more toxic', tonic becomes 'more tonic' and so on. Read More
An angler fish has a lure on its head that glows. There are more, but what they are called, I know now! Read More
in the tonic key. Read More
Most likely it is a respiratory ailment. Try adding two tablespoons of cider vinegar to each gallon of water. This will help loosen up mucus. A water soluble tonic with Tetracycline is probably indicated. Do not use the vinegar treatment for more than three days. Read More
Yes you can. Myself, I suffer from Tonic-Clonic seizures, Nocturnal Seizures which are also Tonic-Clonic and Absence or Partial Complex....it's one of those two...pretty sure it's the Absence type. Read More
It depends what type of exam, you have . if you have a language paper like English or you have your history exam then you should use a highlighter it will help in fetching you extra marks whereas if you are having technical exam like maths or science then you need not waste your time in using it because the examiner would give you marks according to your answers rather then your presentation It would… Read More
as in parallel circuits potentialdifference is same the bulb that is having least resistance glows more brighter Read More
(Previous answer) : No Updated on March 5, 2010: I'd like to see an expansion of this unique question. From August, 2009 until October 2009 I had the most severe gout inflammations I had ever experienced. My gout first appeared in the winter of 2003. After switching to a vegetarian diet my gout had all but disappeared by the fall of 2004. I started to eat meat again in the fall of 2008. I did… Read More
Tonic syllable is the last prominent syllable in the tone unit where the tone change begin. Tone unit is a sequence of accented syllables, one or more of which are prominent. Facts on Tone unit & Tonic Syllable: # Each tone unit contain only one tonic syllable. # Each tone unit carries one change of tone. # We mark Tone unit boundaries by placing a " rectangle " at the beginning of the Tone unit… Read More
Why does the exhaust manifold on a 89 maxima goes hot to the point it glows after driving it for over 20 min?
more than likely a plugged cat. converter Read More
Generally, it's a I (tonic) chord but this doesn't always have to be the case, especially in more modern music. Read More
When the concentration of solutes is more, it becomes a hyper-tonic solution. Salt can act like a solute in this case. Read More
Your chicken looks like it cant breathe but it can and looks like she is sneezing is this the bird flu?
Not likely the bird flu. More like a respiratory ailment and treatable. Check with your local feed store for a water soluble tonic with medication. There are several available. If you cannot find this product then treat your chickens water with two tablespoons of cider vinegar per gallon of fresh water...Do not add more than this amount. This will help clear mucus buildup. This should be done for no more than 4 days. Read More
There is no way to force a hen to lay. You can bump up their nutrition by feeding more layer feed. You can add a tonic to their water to increase vitamin intake. But if they are just starting to become old enought to lay, have patience is all you can really do. Read More
If you spray Hairspray on the dried stain then rub it around, it should come out... but wear rubber gloves because it gets all over your hands and that is a little more difficult to get off. Read More
Bird's Nest is a kind of restorative tonic that the Chinese regards as the best tonic for all ages, as there are lots of nutrient factors to aid recovery from injuries and open wound. Well to do ladies like to drink bird's nest as part of their beauty regime. (see link for more information) Read More
I would say a 75 because they use them for spotlights but I'm not always correct but i think its 75 Read More
You have to use anti venom or stomach tonic, you can buy these from stores, find them in abandoned wagons or do mini games and do the mini game Look around. Then theres one more way, use snake weed, get it the same way as anti venom and stomach tonic. Read More
When a bulb is attached to a battery or a cell as scientists call it, the bulb glows. If you want a bulb to glow more and more brighter, it depends on how many batteries you attached to the bulb. If you attach a lot of batteries at the same time, the bulb might even explode or burn out. The wires that hold the interaction between a light bulb and the battery is electricity. The… Read More
They are seen a bands of light in the sky. In the polar regions these bands are usually bright green in color and at lower latitudes more frequently seen as reddish glows. Read More
You usually reserve copic markers for covers of the manga or posters. The thin part of it is for coloring in more narrow or detailed areas and the other way around for the think side that looks like a highlighter. Read More
The condition is known as Tonic immobility. See related link for more information.. Read More
If the concentration of solute molecules outside a cell is lower than the concentration in the cytosol is the external solution hypotonic hypertonic or isotonic to the cytosol?
HYPOtonic- Less molecules outside than inside. HYPERtonic- More molecules oustide than inside. so... the answer is, hypotonic Read More
The 100-W bulb because it transforms electrical energy at a faster rate than a dimmer bulb. Read More
HYPOtonic solution is one that contains more liquid than solid on the outside of the cell. Example, water is a HYPOtonic solution because it's just water. The water goes into the cell and causes it to expand, because if you have a HYPOtonic solution the water will go into the cell ,and the cell will either increase in size or burst because the membrane is not big enough. HYPERtonic solution is one with more solid… Read More
We generally use the term "tonic" when referring to the effects of osmosis across a real biological membrane. Osmosis is the movement of water across a membrane. We usually have osmosis when the concentration of solutes on each side of the membrane are different so water diffuses from the side with lower solute concentration to the side with higher concentration and this usually continues until we have equilibrium and no more water diffuses across. This… Read More
Carbon dioxide. They are also referred to as pop, sodas, tonic waters and soft drinks. See the related link for more information on fizzy drinks. Read More
Yes, probably. More detail: Sometimes leg cramps are caused by a lack of potassium. If you are taking a diuretic (fluid pill), this can deplete the body of potassium. Try foods that are high in potassium, which should help with the leg cramps. Bananas and orange juice are both high in potassium. Dehydration can also cause leg cramps, so be sure to drink plenty of fluids - any kind of fluids except alcohol and caffeine… Read More