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electrical power put in is equal to the heat per second carried out by the fluid. The experiment was given up without effecting the purpose of our research project. Ideal gas behavior can be achieved if the molecules are separated sufficiently. The scientist was doing the experiment in his laboratory day and night to accomplish good research. 11. 7  XX equal equal be beequal equalto to be YY beidentical identicalto to be beequivalent equivalentto
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distinguishbetween between XXand andY. Y. make makeaadistinction distinctionbetween between It is necessary to distinguish between the energies of single bonds and those of double and triple bonds. What makes a distinction between the two cases? unlike unlike X, X, as asdifferent differentfrom fromY, Y,~~.. as asopposed opposedto to as asagainst against
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source in series with a resistance. Since capacitance can oppose a changing voltage, this resistance to AC is known as capacitive reactance. x = a sec and y = b tan can be regarded as the parametric equations of the hyperbola. 11. 7  depend dependon on(upon) (upon) XX be bedependent dependenton on depending dependingon on be beindependent independentof of Y. Y. Japan is dependent on her hydroelectric resources for electric power.
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thefunction functionof ofY. Y. The principle of electrometer is to measure the potential difference across a known large capacitor which effectively takes all the charge. The duty of professor is to teach special subjects and make academic researches. Batteries have the function of changing chemical energy to electrical energy. The function of an electic microphone is to change sound vibrations into electric vibrations. 12. 6  2 serve serveto to serve serveas asaameans meansof of XX act Y. actas asaamethod
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Y. be beused usedas as 12. 6  2 An electric motor serves to change electrical energy into mechanical energy - either kinetic or potetial or both. Internal combustion engines act as a method of changing chemical energy into mechanical energy. A fluorescent tube is used as a way of producting more light and less heat than a filament bulb. The dynamo is used for generating electricity. Clinical thermometers are specially designed for finding the temperature of the human body. Lead chloride is sparingly soluble and serves as a test for Pb2+ ions. Ammonia can act as a reducing agent. 12. 6  3 be beaadevice devicefor fordoing doing be
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of Y. have havethe theability abilityto to have havethe thecapacity capacityto to You were better able to go through the hardships than I was. The short-sighted eye can see clearly objects closer than 25 cm but distant objects are blurred. He is capable of neglecting his duty. The eye has the ability to see objects at different distances, which is called accommodation. 12. 6  XXenable enable~~to toY. Y. XXcause cause~~to toY.
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takeaccount accountof of take takeinto intoconsideration consideration Taking Takinginto intoaccount account Assuming Y, Assumingthat that Y, X. X. Using Using 12. 6  It is important to regard the problem from every point of view. Many chemical reactions can be considered to be reversible. Taking into account Kirchhoff's first law, we can find the cuurent in the circuit. Assuming that the acid is weak, the concentration of water will be constant and need not to be considered.
Consider a particle moving round a circle of radius, a, with constant angular velocity, . A number of factors must be taken into consideration in operating the laser equipment. Using the electrometer to measure the capacitance of two large flat metal plates, it can be shown by varying the overlapping areas that the capacitance is proportional to the area. 13. 3  1 IIthink think IIconsider consider IIcontemplate contemplate IIdeliberate deliberate IIagree agree IIdisagree disagree IIcontend that contend that~~.. IIclaim claim
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Look at the light emitting diode this way. The LED is a particular type of semiconductor diode that emits visible light when forwardbiased. 14. 4  2 for forexample example for forinstance instance for forone onething thing as asfollows follows as asproof proofof ofthat that as asan anillustration illustration according
accordingto tostatistics statistics according accordingto tostatistical statisticalevidence evidence 14. 4  2 Atoms of elements are each represented by a symbol, for example, iron by Fe, sodium by Na, etc. The symbols in each case represent one atom of the substance for which they stand. For instance, Fe denotes one atom of iron. For one thing, the molecules acquire heat energy and increase speed in conduction process, for another, they strike molecules next to them. The main differences between physical and chemical changes are summarized as follows. Bromine is a volatile gas. As proof of that, the air will be filled with brown bromine vapor. Non-metals burn in air to form oxides. As an illustration, sulfur burns in air to form sulfur dioxide. According to statistics, the output of crops increased year by year. 14. 4  3
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teachers by using computers efficiently. I recommend that the potentiometer should be either linear or logarithmic. I urge that one of the most rapidly developing area of modern technology is that of information technology. I demand that digital logic system should produce output dependent on the particular combination of input signals. I advocate that resistance is the tendency of a material to resist the passage of an electric current. 15. 5  We Wemust must It's It'shigh hightime timethat thatXXdid did The Theonly onlysolution solutionisisto to~~ There Thereisisno
noalternative alternativebut butto to~~ We Wesee seeno noother otheralternative alternativebut butto to~~ We must process and transmit all information in digital form which has high immunity to noise. It's high time that more students were encouraged to go abroad. The only solution is to make the electric circuits more reliabe by using ICs. There is no alternative but to modulate a carrier signal with information when the information is transmitted elecrically from one point to another. We see no other alternative but to regulate the output of a voltage supply by using the Zener diode. 15. 5  How Howabout aboutdoing
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toyou? you? 15. 5  What about giving special training of computer literacy to school teacher? If I might make a suggestion, the inductive reactacne should be measured in kiloohms. Wouldn't it be possible for more practical method to be used? One solution would be to take advantage of the cathode ray oscilloscope that could give a graphic representation of an alternating voltage. It might be a good idea to use the capacitor that would store electric charge and would allow AC to flow. Surely it could be a good idea if the government gave more money for agricultural development. 15. 5  IIplan planto to~~ IIpledge pledgeto to~~ IIappeal appealto
to~~ IIplead pleadfor for~~ IIpropose proposeto to~~ I plan to connect the two resistances in series across a potential difference to divide up the voltage in the ratio of the values of the resistance. I propose to teach more practical subjects at the university. 15. 5  ItItisisfeasible feasibleto to~~ ItItisisprofitable profitableto to~~ ItItisisexpedient expedientto to~~ ItItisisimperative imperativeto to~~ ItItisisdisastrous disastrousto
to~~ ItItisisbeneficial beneficialto to~~ It seems feasible that German scientists will succeed in the production of superconductive materials operating at room temperatures. It is expedient to state that inductance is a measure of the ability of an inductor to oppose a charge in current. It would be beneficial to use the semiconductor diode which consists of a single p-n junction. 16. 5  as as since since because because due dueto to owing owingto to because becauseof of
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Water changed into vapor. This is mainly (partly) because it was heated to the boiling point. This is the reason why the number of photons per second will decrease as the intensity of the light decreases in a photoelectic experiments. 16. 5  in inshort short in inbrief brief in insummary summary eventually eventually on onthe thewhole whole to tosum sumup up to
toreview reviewbriefly briefly to tobe bebrief brief 16. 5  In short, heat is a form of energy which can be measured in terms of our normal energy unit, the joule. In brief, vacuum flasks are a good example of prevention of all three types of heat transfer. Eventually, the capacitor is a device which can store electric charge. On the whole, the rectifier changes AC to DC. To sum up, the iris is a variable shutter that alters the sizes of the pupil. To review briefly, energy gained by the system is given by the product of heat capacity and temperature rise. 16. 5  by byway wayof of~~ in inorder
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withthe theobject objectof of~~ 16. 5  In oder to induce constructive interference, two waves of the same frequency should be in phase. For this purpose, we must measure the heat capacity which is required to raise the temperature of the body by 1 C. For the purpose of raising the temperature of the body, the random motion has to be increased. With the aim of observing the intensity of ultraviolet waves, we need a photodetector sensitive to higher frequency than that of visible light. 16. 5  and and besides besides furthermore furthermore now now meanwhile
meanwhile afterwards afterwards in inthis thisway way in inaddition additionto to in inthis thiscase case during duringthis thisprocess process this thisisis(to (tosay) say) 16. 5  In this way, Lissajous figures can be displayed. If, in addition to this, the operation is commutative, it is called a
commutative or Abelian group. In this case, eddy current is a disadvantage and has to be minimized. In the case of the square of a number less than 1, the following square should be appreciated: 0.12 = 0.01. Optical fibers can carry much more information than electrical cables. Besides, there is no crosstalk when using optical fibers. 16. 5  so so thus thus hence hence therefore therefore accordingly accordingly consequently consequently as asaaresult result as asaaconsequence consequence consequent
consequentupon upon in inconclusion conclusion in inconsequence consequenceof of 16. 5  The metal conducts heat well. So, it is used for radiators. The glass is transparent. Thus, it is used for windows. Only short-wavelength infrared waves will pass through the glass. Therefore, heat energy from the sun passes through the glass. A piece of metal is placed in a changing magnetic field. As a result, eddy currents are produced in the metal. In conclusion, we observed a new effect in quantum electronics, although this was theoretically predicted by German scientists. 17. 2  Let Letme mesummarize summarizethat that~~..
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the electric cell? What factors affect the conversion efficiency from heat to electricity? 3. 6  Sure Sure(Surely). (Surely). Certainly. Certainly. Yes, Yes,I'd I'dbe bedelighted delightedto. to. I'll I'llrespond respondto tothat thatquestion questionbriefly. briefly. My Myanswer answerto tothat thatquestion
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seeit. it. IIdisagree disagreecompletely. completely. IIwouldn't wouldn'tagree. agree. IIwouldn't wouldn'tsay saythat. that. IIthink thinkyou're you'rewrong. wrong. IIdisagree. disagree. 3. 6  That's out of question. It's easy to understand that binary coded decimal is very useful when large number need to be represented in binary in electronic systems. That's ridiculous! I can't stand on that. I disagree completely. Because this value varies slightly from place to place. I wouldn't agree with you there. You see the whole point is that we
must measure the precise volume. 3. 6  I'd I'dagree agreeup upto toaapoint, point,but but IIsee seeyour yourpoint, point,but but IItake takeyour yourpoint, point,but but IIsuppose supposeyou're you'reright, right,but but IIaccept acceptwhat
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I accept what you say, but wouldn't you agree that enzymes work with optimum effects at a particular temperature and pH. Maybe so, but surely you must admit that enzymes will effect only one reaction. Thank you very much indeed for your kind atttention. Have a nice weekend!