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Chemistry
Chemistry Thermochemistry Answer Key Assignments 1- 8 Page 1. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Answers to Energy Assignment 1 1. Indicate whether the following scenarios illustrate matter possessing mainly potenial energy, or kinetic energy. a) There are 30 liters of fuel in the tank of a stationary automobile. •Potential energy (chemical energy in fact) b) A large rock is perched at the edge of a 40m cliff. •Potential energy (of the gravitatio
Nernst bio
Nernst bio
Nernst bio Walther Hurmann Nernst was born in Briesen, West Prussia, on June 25, 1864. His father, Gustav Nernst, was a district judge. He spent his early school years at Graudentz, and subsequently went to the Universities of Zurich, Berlin and Graz, studyin physics and mathermatics, before proceeding to Wurzburg, where he graduated in 1887 with a thesis on electromotive forces produced by magnetism in heated metal plates. He joined Willhelm Ostwald at Leipzig University, where van\'t Hoff and
Nuts about energy
Nuts about energy
Nuts about energy To find what common nut is the best heat source when burned. In todays world, almost everything we do needs power from fossil fuels or waterfalls. This obviously presents a problem for our limited natural resources and our atmosphere. Many alternatives have been proposed and some used. Most, like solar power and wind power, require certain weather conditions not common in many locations. Others, like nuclear power, create waste problems. Scientists consider this impending Ene