Asked in US Civil War
US Civil War
Who was in charge of the fleet that ferried Grant's troops across the river near Vicksburg?
Asked in Credit and Debit Cards
I don't have credit cards and I am looking for a way to apply for grants with no charge but even the ones that claim they are free want a credit card number for one kind of charge or another. Are there any grants I can apply for with absolutely no charge?
dont have the money to pay for a grant. is there any help out there to get a free grant with no money. ...
Asked in Physics
What will be the charge if you scrape electrons from your feet while scuffing across the rug?
What will be the charge if you scrape electrons from your feet while scuffing across the rug? ...
Asked in Electrostatics, Batteries, Circuits
What happens to the charge if you double the voltage across a capacitor?
In order to double the voltage across a capacitor, you need to stuff twice as much charge into it. ...
What was the outcome of the Battle of Vicksburg during the US Civil War?
July 4,1863, the day after Pickett's Charge, at the Battle of Gettysburg, General Grant captured Vicksburg after a three month siege. It gave the Union complete control of the Mississippi River. Vicksburg had resisted at least three previous Union attacks. ...
Asked in Periodic Table
Does nuclear charge increases as you move from left to right across the periodic table?
Yes nuclear charge increases across a periodic table. This lead to reduction of atomic radius. ...
Asked in Science
Walking across a carpet is an example of a charge being transferred by contact?
One way of people getting a static electricity charge is to walk across a carpet wearing woolen socks ...
Asked in Student Loans and Financial Aid
Is it costly to apply for pell grants for college?
There are no or negligible costs (e.g. a stamp or finding internet access) to applying for the Pell Grants. Applications are made through the FAFSA, which is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, and there is no charge. ...
Asked in Car Electronics and Lights, Home Electricity, Electronics Engineering, Electrical Engineering
How do you charge a capacitor?
You charge a capacitor by placing DC voltage across its terminal leads. Make sure when using a polarized capacitor to place positive voltage across the positive lead (the longer lead) and negative voltage across the negative lead. Also make sure that the voltage you charge the capacitor to doesn't exceeds its voltage rating. ...
What is the trend in atomic size across the period from sodium to argon?
across a period, the atomic size decreases as the effective nuclear charge increases. ...