So, after all that pulverizing and crushing and weighing and firing, what we're left with is this? All of these combustion reactions are essentially the same, the only difference is speed.
Hundreds of pounds of solid explosive, transformed, in a millionth of a second, into an infernal ball of superheated gas, expanding at more than 10 times the speed of sound: You can read an article about the ongoing study by clicking here.
So this crazy high-tech thing began as a glorified farmer's market?
So this looks like a finished bell. And is this the only column like that? Theo gives me a refresher. Well, what's wrong with that? This column all has one too few.
Too much tin, and the copper atoms can't move at all. And I wouldn't mind taking a look at these under your magic microscope. The pattern that it orders into, that is the crystal structure, directly. The microscopic structure of metals is not uniform. I mean, I'm seeing the entire circle like I'm just wearing a pair of reading glasses or something.
That's a, that's a mixture, actually, of 80 percent copper and 20 percent tin. That is, it went in the popcorn. And if you think about it, the name of each element is the least important piece of information you could possibly have.
Some say it should be called "Dr. The site also offers online guidance. There's nothing in here except that little tiny piece of dust. In fact, this exchange, in New York, started as a butter and cheese exchange, on Harrison Street. Is it, is it touchable? I, I guess that's okay for a rookie.
I need an area about the size of a farm, and you've given me the whole of the United States. And reactivity is a shell game. By bombarding samples with x-rays they were able to create shadowy images of that crystal structure, but the idea that we might one day see actual atoms was beyond imagination.
Social networking connections are also available. Do they bring this? But two rows above gold is another metal of antiquity that looms large in our lives: And it's more determined than almost any other element on the table.
Those are acoustic blankets. But, to me, there's something even more amazing: What are we looking at? If it goes over 70 pounds, it's a reject.
It's called the periodic table, why do people keep putting them on the wall? Just another day in the gold refinery.Hunting the Elements.
A two-hour special from the producers of "Making Stuff" Airing April 4, at 9 pm on PBS Aired April 4, on PBS. What’s the fastest growing group of online daters? If you’re thinking men in their 30s, think again.
Bowling Green State University professors of gerontology, Dr. Wendy K. Watson and Dr. Charlie Stelle, have been researching the landscape and found that people over 60 represent the most rapidly growing demographic in online dating.Download