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Gold can be formed from other elements. But the process requires nuclear reactions, and is so expensive that you currently cannot make money by selling the gold that you create from other elements.All regular matter is made out of atoms. ...
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Fluorescent highlighter markers are so bright because they are literally fluorescent. When used to describe highlighters, the word "fluorescent" is not a vague term that means "extra bright". Rather, this word is an exact, scientific term indicating that the highlighter ...
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There is only one significant force at work in chemical reactions: the electromagnetic force. There are four fundamental forces in the universe: gravity, the electromagnetic force, the weak nuclear force and the strong nuclear force. Gravity is too weak to ...
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Plastic materials are used in several ways in home construction. Plastic has useful properties such as water resistance, corrosion resistance, electrical insulation, and durability. Here we are using the common meaning of the word "plastic": a synthetic moldable solid. Among the uses ...
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On its own, ice is not slippery. When you step onto an icy sidewalk, you do indeed feel a slippery surface. But the slipperiness is caused by a thin layer of liquid water and not directly by the solid ice ...
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It's mostly due to a process called nucleation, where the carbon dioxide in the soda is attracted to the Mentos (they are awfully cute). ... After a lot of debate, scientists are now saying that the primary cause of Coke & Mentos geysers is a physical reaction, not a chemical reaction.After a ...
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Crystals are in fact very common. Take a look around you when you sit down to dinner. Your metal knife is a crystal, as are your spoons, forks, and metal serving bowls. The ice in your cup is a crystal, ...
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