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Is glucose solution a homogenous mixture

Who were scalawags and carpetbaggers

What other ocean floor feature is formed by movement of earths plates

Properties that describe the appearance of matter are known as what properties

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The length of a rectangular floor is 2 feet more than its width The area of the floor is 168 square feet Kim wants to use a rug in the middle of the room and leave a 2 foot border of the floor visib

The perimeter of a rectangle is 18 feet and the area of the rectangle is 20 square feet what is the width of the rectangle

The sum of two numbers is 19 and their product is 78 What is the larger number

A rectangular garden has a perimeter of 48 cm and an area of 140 sq cm What is the width of this garden

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What is the abstract noun for admire

38 ounces would equal how many pounds

What is the noun for add

What are the comparative and superlative words of little

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Why does a faster moving particle collides with a slower moving particle the slower moving particle gains energy?

the slower one has more energy because it does not use it all moving.


When faster moving and slower moving particles collide which particles gain energy?

It depends upon the mass of the particles also. Assuming equal mass, then the slower moving particle gains some energy, and the faster moving particle loses energy. However, if the slower moving particle had greater mass, it could transfer energy to the faster moving particle.


Which is the heaviest and slow moving particle in nuclear instrumentation?

The heaviestis the alpha particle.


Consider a particle moving with constant speed such that its acceleration of constant magnitude is always perpendicular to its velocity?

Such a particle is moving in a circular path.


A particle is moving along the x-axis. The line graph shows the velocity of the particle over time. When is the instantaneous acceleration of the particle equal to 0?

5. A particle is moving along the x-axis. The line graph shows the velocity of the particle over time. When is the instantaneous acceleration of the particle equal to 0?


What is an alfa particle?

An alpha particle is also considered a ray. It is a fast moving particle containing two protons and two neutrons.


How does the Earth's magnetic field deflect charged particles?

A charged particle naturally changes direction in a magnetic field. This is because any charged particle produces a magnetic field when it is moving. And if the charged particle is moving through a magnetic field, the two fields (in this case the Earth's and the one created by the moving particle) interact to deflect the particle. The particle will be deflected "to the side" or laterally, and positively charged particles will be deflected in the opposite direction of negatively charged one.


Why is vacuum the best insulator?

In order for heat to be conducted, there have to be collisions between atoms or molecules, in which energy is transferred from a faster moving particle to a slower moving particle. In a vacuum there are no particles, hence, no particle collisions and no heat conduction.


What happens when an air particle pushes against another air particle?

The air particle with the greater force moves the other air particle in the general direction it was moving


What is the fastest moving particle in an atom?

electron


What has the slowest moving particles?

The cell is the slowest moving particle because of its weight and its size.


What relation does the Brownian movement have to Thermometry?

In thermal equilibrium each degree of freedom of a physical system (like position x) has an expectation value for its energy of <E>=1/2 kB T, where kB is Boltzmann's constant and T is temperature. If you now measure the energy of the Brownian motion (e.g. <E>=1/2 k <x^2>, if it is a particle connected to a spring k with only degree of freedom x), you can calculate the temperature T=2<E>/k or T=k <x^2>/kB. In other words, the temperature can be determined from the Brownian motion x of the particle if the potential in which the particle is moving is well known. You could call this Brownian motion thermometry.


What effect does a magnetic field have on a charged particle?

A magnetic field alters the direction a charged particle is traveling. This is true if the charged particle is moving "across" and not "along" the magnetic lines of force of the field through which it is moving. The particle is said to be deflected when it (the particle) passes through magnetic field lines. The reason for the observed deflection is because a charged particle that is moving creates a magnetic field, and this field will react with the magnetic field through which it is moving. The result will be lateral deflection, and positively charged particles will be deflected one way and negatively charged particles will be deflected the other.


Does an alpha particle would be affected by magnetic field?

Sure, like any moving and charged particle.


A magnetic field is created by a charged particle that is?

moving.


Which state of matter has the slowest moving particle?

Solid


Which state of matter has the fastest moving particle?

Gas.


What is the difference between a wave and a particle?

A wave is a a moving oscillation that transfers energy through a medium. A particle is an object.


When you add energy to matter where does the particle move?

That depends a lot on how the particle was moving in the first place, and how the energy is added.


What is moving your hip to a 90 degree angle?

There are many things that could happen when moving your hip to a 90 degree angle such as dislocation. Moving this way is not healthy.


Why the particle is not moving toward negative x-direction?

Why the partical is not moving toward negative x-direction?


According to the Heisenberg uncertainty principle if the position of a moving particle is known what other quantity CANNOT be known?

According to the Heisenberg uncertainty principle if the position of a moving particle is known velocity is the other quantity that cannot be known. Heisenberg uncertainty principle states that the impossibility of knowing both velocity and position of a moving particle at the same time.


What particle moves around an atoms rapidly?

This particle is the electron moving in it's orbital " around " the nucleus.


Is a electron a particle?

Yes. the electron is a particle, with a charge q, mass m and momentum P and energy cP when moving.


What's the difference between a wave and a particle?

A wave is a a moving oscillation that transfers energy through a medium. A particle is an object.