Polymer chemistry has contributed to clothing technology by providing man-made polymers to replicate or replace natural polymers such as silk, cotton, wool, etc. Dr. Wallace Hume Carothers (et al.) invented most of the synthetic polymers used in clothing today, including neoprene (wet suits), nylon (panty hose), and polyester (you name it), while working for DuPont … Read more
Seriously?! You can't be this stupid.
Just look around you, metals and nonmetals are all around.
Glucose is the simplest form of carbohydrate i.e. Energy. In a healthy body, after eating, food breaks down into smaller form in order to release energy. But in unhealthy body especially patients, this breakage process gets slower as digestion affected due to illness
Since many inorganic compounds contain some type of metal (alkali, alkaline, transition, etc.), they tend to be able to conduct electricity. For example, while in the solid state, inorganic compounds are poor conductors of electricity. However, in the liquid phase, inorganic compounds are highly conductive. In this phase, inorganic compounds' electrons are able to move … Read more
The radius of a single atom of a generic element X is 187 picometers (pm) and a crystal of X has a unit cell that is a simple cubic. Calculate the volume of the unit cell.
According me water has higher freezing point and lower boiling point than other thermometric liquids.
Carbon dioxide would evolve .
Read this so you understand the process. H2O is not in the equation.
Iron + moisture = rust.
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I have a theory I tell my kids...... The bubbles are killing the germs. When it stops bubbling, the germs are dead. LOL! :0)
Now scientifically...... I am not sure. Great question though. :0)
If you add different reaction rates of multiple reactions, divide the total by the same multiple and you will have average.
Cell-Penetrating Peptides (CPPs), also known as protein transduction domains (PTDs) or membrane transduction peptides (MTPs) have been widely used for the intracellular uptake and delivery of various macromolecules, or "cargo", which are associated with the peptides either via covalent bond or through non-covalent interaction, such as TAT family peptides. As an attractive … Read more
You cannot ionize and electron. Ionization is the effect of removing or adding an electron to a molecule or atom. It is the molecule or atom that is ionized.
You will need tremendous amount of energy to get to the electrons (-ve) as you get closer to the nucleus (+ve) , as you remove electrons , other electrons gets closer to the nucleus so more attraction will take place , and it's difficult to ionise , that's why .