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Last answer by DeviPriya Maharana 67 months ago +1 votes:
Excellent explanation....Thanks Jaz for this well-explained answer. Both sulphur dioxide(SO2) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) are highly reactive and readily form sulphuric acid and nitric acid when come into contact with water. Acid rain is very likely to occur in densely industrilized areas. more
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Last answer by Vincent Summers 67 months ago +0 votes:
These answers are nice, but not for this question. The question refers to internal electrons, deep within the electron system - not valence electrons. See, for instance: http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v421/n6923/abs/nature01316.html more
Last answer by roytanay 67 months ago +2 votes:
In one sentence, spin is a fundamental intrinsic property of elementary particles (and also of composite systems) characterised by spin quantum number "s". Spin has no classical analogue. It can have both integral and hlf intgral values, integral for Bosonic systems and half integral for Fermionic systems. Since electron is a fermion, it is a spin half particle. By convention, when an electron has... more
Last answer by Vincent Summers 67 months ago +0 votes:
Heat is, indeed energy. Atoms and molecules that are heated move about more rapidly. In the case of boiling water, molecules move so violently they break free from each other and escape as vapor into the atmosphere. more
Last answer by vishal sharma 74 months ago +1 votes:
the oil is running the show. And the money they earn is used to fund terrorism. more
Last answer by deleted 76 months ago +0 votes:
There needs to be the ability for a short circut to be made, which is impossible with  the distance that the lines are sperated at. If, say, it were possible, the next problem for the rain drop would be the insulating wrap on the lines. more
Last answer by deleted 76 months ago +1 votes:
You can observe it as a form of energy in many ways. For example, the law of conservation of energy states that the energy at the start is the same as the total energy at the end. In a light bulb, you can see electrical energy is transferred into light, but not all the energy is light. Heat is also created and if you were to take the total energy from both, then it would equal to the initial energ... more