By: Daniel Cloud
The upper atmosphere of the sun ejects a charged particle stream known as solar wind. Solar wind is energy in the form of electrons and protons that average around 10 and 100 keV or electronvolts. The particles have such a high temperature and high kinetic...
By: Shawn Wells
Cyclic voltammetry is a type of potentiodynamic electrochemical measurement, a technique used to measure potential at an electrode in an electrochemical cell. Cyclic voltammetry is based on a linear potential waveform where potential is changed as a linear function of time. The potential range of...
By: Joshua Horn - 257112
When thinking of the effects of heat on aerosol cans and inflated tires, it is clear that pressure and temperature are somehow related. This relationship is fairly straightforward and is most well-known, in its simplest form, as Gay-Lussac's Law. This simple formulation makes intuitive sense...
By: Ernest Capraro
For any wave, the speed or velocity (v) at which the wave travels is the product of the wavelength (λ) and frequency (f) of the wave. This is true for light waves, sound waves, seismic waves, or even waves made by shaking a clothesline...
By: Joshua Horn - 257112
In 1662, following research to understand the properties of air, Robert Boyle published some work that challenged the alchemical views of the the time period. Instead of seeing air as one of four mysterious "elements", he saw it as a physical entity with knowable properties...
By: Daniel Cloud
The link between photosynthesis and cellular respiration is an inverse relationship, both are opposites of each other. Photosynthesis is the process by which carbon dioxide is converted into organic compounds from sunlight. The most frequent compound is sugar. Photosynthesis occurs in plants, algae, and some...
Could time travel be possible in the future
By: Russell Adams - 571341
Is time travel possible? The answer to this question is undoubtedly and unequivocally, yes! In short the truth is that time travel is not only possible but it has been done before, on numerous occasions; you've actually experienced it at some point in your life...
By: Omar Salvador
Ionizing and Non-ionizing Radiation: Their Difference and Possible Health Consequences Radiation is a type of energy that is everywhere anytime. It can be in the form of waves or particles and may come from sources that are either natural or man-made. Radiation is further classified...
The relationship between meridional plasma flow and sunspots
By: Nigel Holmes
Sunspots are dark patches that appear from time to time on the surface of the sun. Despite their distance from the Earth, they have a significant impact on daily life, influencing weather, disrupting air travel and even damaging orbiting satellites. Scientists believe that if they...
What is space junk?
By: Johnnie D Williams
The Earth faces an unprecedented polluted condition. Junk and debris exists on almost all the areas of the Earth, even in the seas vast swathes of pollution exists as mini-continents of plastic floating undetected. What better continuation of humanity’s ability to pollute than the...

 

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