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What is the molecular orbital diagram for b2?

What is the molecular orbital diagram for b2? As discussed in class the MO diagram for B2 shows that it has two unpaired electrons (which makes it paramagnetic) and these electrons are in bonding molecular orbitals resulting in the equivalent bond strength of one bond. As discussed in class it is not a bond. What […]

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What exactly does an engineer do?

What exactly does an engineer do? Engineers – What They Do. Engineers apply the principles of science and mathematics to develop economical solutions to technical problems. These engineers supervise production in factories, determine the causes of a component’s failure, and test manufactured products to maintain quality. How has technology improved engineering? Digitization is changing the […]

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What are the types of questions in English?

What are the types of questions in English? In this friendly guide, I’m going to cover three main types of questions in English that you can use again and again in real life. Yes/No questions. This type of question is usually the easiest to ask and answer. ‘ Wh-questions. Indirect questions: How do you start […]

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Why is SF6 used to insulate gas?

Why is SF6 used to insulate gas? SF6 gas is extremely chemically stable, non-flammable and highly electronegative, with an excellent dielectric property of approximately 2.5 times more than air. Therefore, it is commonly used in electrical switchgear, transformers and substations as an electrical insulation, arc quenching and cooling medium. Why is SF6 used in transformers […]

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What type of air do air brakes use?

What type of air do air brakes use? Terms in this set (50) What type of air do air brakes use? Compressed air. Air brakes use compressed air for operation and are a safe way to stop large and heavy vehicles if maintained properly. What maintains air pressure in the air brake system? air compressor. […]

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What is the difference between want and need?

What is the difference between want and need? Wants are desires for goods and services we would like to have but do not need. Many wants may seem like needs. Needs are a special kind of want, and refer to things we must have to survive, such as food, water, and shelter. What is the […]

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What are the long term effects of dietary supplements?

What are the long term effects of dietary supplements? Taking an excessive dose of a diet supplement or combining supplements can be extremely hazardous. An overdose of stimulant products could raise your blood pressure to dangerously high levels, putting you at risk of a heart attack or stroke. Which dietary supplements are effective? Common supplements […]

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What is lithium used to treat?

What is lithium used to treat? About lithium Lithium is a type of medicine known as a mood stabiliser. It’s used to treat mood disorders such as: mania (feeling highly excited, overactive or distracted) hypo-mania (similar to mania, but less severe) Does lithium prevent manic episodes? Lithium helps reduce the severity and frequency of mania. […]

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What are the ways of summarizing data?

What are the ways of summarizing data? The three common ways of looking at the center are average (also called mean), mode and median. All three summarize a distribution of the data by describing the typical value of a variable (average), the most frequently repeated number (mode), or the number in the middle of all […]

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How do body systems interact to perform all life functions?

How do body systems interact to perform all life functions? Your circulatory system carries oxygen, water, and nutrients to cells throughout your body. Wastes from the cells are eliminated by your respiratory system, your excretory system, and your skin. Your nervous system controls all these activities with electrical impulses. What are the functions of the […]

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