The depth is important because of the effect it has upon the diffusion. Thick agar slows the lateral diffusion and thus produces smaller zones than than plates held to the 4 mm standard.
The plates nearest to it. But it might have been an ancient plate
You might as well since you'll be pouring it over ice anyways.
No, but since you're going to be pouring it over ice anyways, you might as well.
Not per se; however, depending on the circumstances, it might constitute assault.
No, but you might as well since you'll be pouring it over ice anyways.
Can someone answer this
those are cooling fins to transfer the heat of operation to the air, preventing overheating damage to the device. in very high power applications that might not be enough and a liquid cooling system might be used instead.
Converging tectonic plates tend to produce mountain ranges.
It is done
There is a line, "standing on a backstreet in the falling rain" from a Foghat song titled "I'll Be Standing By" from 1977. Might be what you're thinking of...might not.
You don't need to, but since you'll be pouring it over ice anyway, you might as well.
Plasticity means that there is enough movement in the asthenosphere to allow thelithospheric plates to move.
tectonic plates pushing sgainst each other
Some adjectives to describe 'sand falling' might be spilling, trickling, or pouring.
because you don`t know what it is and it might be very harmful if it gets in to your eyes.
Th last I heard: all the plates are going to form another Pangea eventually.
You might try Hobart
they are greater
Near the tech-tonic plates of the earth.
It creates a mountain that might turn into a volcano.
to understand why mountains and trenches formed
what reason might a farmer have for using bioligical control instead of chemical pesticides