Which phase solid or liquid contain a greater amount of energy when in equilibrium?
the liguid phase wil contain more energy when in equilibrum as liquid molecules wil have latent heat
Looking at a free energy diagram for an equilibrium reaction what scenarios will favor the formation of more product?
Looking at a free energy diagram for an equilibrium reaction which of the following scenarios will favor the formation of more reactant?
Heater is energy. Energy transfers from the higher energy unit to the lower energy unit, until they reach equilibrium. Equilibrium is when both objects contain the same amount of energy, therefore it is impossible for any to transfer between each other. The basic conditions for no heat transfer between two objects is for them to be the same temperature. To keep them at that same temperature, they would have to be floating in a perfect…
Which has greater total amount of energy available the duckweed cattails and other producers of pond ecosystem or the frogs minnow and othe consumers of the ecosystem?
This can be answered by observation and physics: Quarks are matter and matter does not contain all energy as there is free energy available in the universe as heat, radiation and gravity etc. The theory of relativity relates the amount of energy in any given amount of matter by the equation E=mC2. As a consequence, as the mass of all quarks or any quark is finite, it cannot contain infinite energy.
In a solid, the particles (atoms or molecules) have bonded together, which is why they remain in a fixed shape, unlike liquids. It takes energy to break those bonds. That is why solids have to be heated in order for them to melt. Heat energy is being added to the substance. Consequently, the liquid form has more energy than the solid form.
The amount of energy released from a fission reaction is much greater than the energy released from a chemical reaction because in a fission reaction?
Inertia is a measurement of the amount of energy needed either to start the object moving, or to slow down or stop its movement. This depends upon the mass (weight) of the object, but more particularly its change of speed. The greater the mass (weight) of the object the greater the amount of energy needed to move it and stop it.
The larger the force pulling on a spring, the greater the length in the spring and the more energy that is stored in that spring. When looking at a spring there is a gradient that determines how much force much be used to sqeeze or stretch a spring a given amount. When a spring is stretched, the greater the force that is applied, the greater the change in length of the spring and the greater…
Converted from potential energy to kinetic energy during the fall, then a small amount of energy is converted into sound and pretty much everything else is converted to heat. If the floor was soft (carpet for example) there would be a small amount of energy converted back to potential energy as the fibres were compressed and then this would be converted into kinetic energy and the cycle would repeat until equilibrium was attained.
In physics there are two common types of equilibrium: static equilibrium and neutral equilibrium. Equilibrium usually is related to potential energy, for a system to be at equilibrium it must maintain the balance between the two types of mechanical energy: potential and kinetic. The first equilibrium: static means that the system is in a relatively low (relatively means that there could be lower energy but the current states is a local minimum), thus small disturbances…