What is the fastest train in France?

The French train with the highest top speed is the LGV Est high-speed line with a top speed of 574 km/h, making it the world's fastest train. The LGV Est's normal speeds are closer to 320 km/h.

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What effects the distance a car takes to stop?

The speed; the quality of the braking system; the mass of the car; the time it takes the driver to notice a danger. The speed is especially important; other things being equal, braking distance is proportional to the square of the distance. That means that at twice the speed, the car will move 4 ...

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How do forces and Friction affect the motion of virtually everything around you?

The "feel" of the wind on your face is actually caused by friction. The fact that you can stand without you feet slipping (like they do on an icy surface) is caused by friction.

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What is hybrid support system?

A hybrid support system is a system that shows discrete and flowing dynamic behavior. This is a support system that integrates all the essential aspects into one comprehensive system.

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Do gasoline lines still freeze with E10?

YES! Like 1979, in 2014 it was 5° to 10° F for over 40 hours and my little car's gas lines or filter kept me from starting. Even on E10 from SUNOCO WALDORF MD & EXXONMOBIL MORNINGSIDE MD. Ad a bottle of Gas dry from the Auto store and shake the back if you can. (Mine was Methanol stored for 1...

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A man was driving in the rain then the truck began to skid out of control what happend between the road and the tires?

A layer of water formed to cause the tires to hydroplane, causing no traction on the road surface.

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What do coal plants use to get rid of the carbon dioxide?

coal plants have tall chimmneys that contain scrubbers that actually scrub the air as it passes over them, reducing the output of co2 and brings it down to 2 % from say 50 %. Even though co2 has NOT been proven to cause green house gases and global warming. The real culprit is the huge volano in ...

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What is best to do when blinded by an approaching motor vehicle?

A quick flash of your high beams to remind the other driver his/her high beams are on may help. Same goes for their fog lights if they are adjusted wrong and blinding you. If that doesn't work try to focus on the right side of the road until they pass by. Many drivers these days use the fog light...

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Does gabba on frofen nugen exist?

Maybe, if you try to put hoppinjugen on totalican you could topugen the reflugen on the roof of your nugerflabber.

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Why does a compass needle line itself up with the magnetic field?

a compass points the magnetic north pole,because the earth is tilted on an axis of 23 degrees, while spinning on this same axis.that is why a compass points to magnetic north and not true north.

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How does aerodynamics affect the speed of a car?

It changes the air resistance of the car -which is the controlling factor of top-speed.

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How do you calculate the size of a car power inverter to power a small space heater?

Regardless of the size needed by the heater, the car's alternator will be the limiting factor. If you oversize the inverter to more than the alternator can handle you may burn out the alternator. Heaters consume allot of amperage.

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How does a car run on fossil fuels?

Crude oil is split into many different fractions, called hydrocarbons. Hydrocarbons are of different chain length, one hydrocarbon is petroleum, in an internal combustion engine petroleum vapour is mixed with air, when combusted in cylinders the chemical energy is converted into kinetic energy wh...

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What are 5 uses of cabon?

Carbon is found in pretty much everything around us. All organic molecules includes carbon. Carbon also has some isotopes with medical uses.

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What event happened in the last 100 years in science?

There are so many things that have happened in the past 100 years, but here a just a few: modern medicine, the first man on the moon, the first satellite (sputnik) put into orbit, the first jet-engine airplanes, the first atomic bomb, the first hydrogen bomb, armoured tanks, and various forms of ...

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Does diesel burn or explode?

Diesel burns when in an open container, it is not as volatile as gasoline. If you flick a match into diesel fuel, it will typically go out unless it is hot enough to vaporize due to the temperature.In a diesel engine, the fuel explodes when it gets to the right temperature, caused by pressure.

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How can I amplify a toy car antenna signal?

Most toys have a very poor antenna so simply making it bigger may give you an improvement. What actually are you trying to achieve? Is it a greater distance between transmitter and receiver ?

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Why make lemon as a soap rather than any fuits?

itsmells nd it has some acid in it

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Why do you have to turn your car off at the gas station?

A car engine runs by burning gasoline. It is essentially a controlled explosion. Loose wires, high heat and sparks can set gasoline vapors on fire.Gas stations are full of gasoline fumes and the danger is very real. Just go to YouTube and check out the 'gas station explosion' and 'gas station fir...

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What is the chemical on hot wheels color shifters?

Thermochromic paints change as the temperature changes. As the temperature goes up, the pigment becomes colorless, revealing the base coat or graphics underneath.

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What materals are used in F 1 cars and why are they used?

Mainly composites and alloys. Carbon fibre, kevlar and titanium are used throughout the body, chassis and drivetrain.It is used because it is very light yet very strong.

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What is the weight of a car that has a mass of 1400 kg?

If the car is on or near the Earth's surface, then it weighs 3,086.5 pounds. (rounded)

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What are the mechanisms of heat transfer which are necessary to consider while designing the car radiators?

There are three methods of heat transfer, conduction, convection and radiation. Of these, the two which are important are conduction and convection. Convection is the heat transfer method as cooler air passes between the fins of the radiator, and conduction is the transference of heat from the ho...

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How did cars change american life?

It put America on wheels and allowed for more travel and more leisure time.

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What is differences between ecological niche and habitat?

Technically, a habitat is where a specific species lives, and describes the location in physical terms (ocean, salt marsh, sandy beach). A "biome" is a type of habitat unassociated with a species. For example, you will find the "boreal forest" biome in two continents, but only one of them is habi...

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What is the difference between bench vise and machine vise?

A bench vise is used for general work for a typical home owner. A machinist vise is used for precision machine work not to be abused.

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What gases are in a car?

There are quite a few, All i know of is Gasoline/Deisel and oil.

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Why do scientist consider any hypothesis valuable?

A hypothesis is basically a rough draft, which then goes through a process to find any faults in the hypothesis. When faults are found, they are corrected and the process continues. I think your question is a bit misleading and you are possibly a bit misled.

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Should you use separate ac gauges for separate freons?

Yes, in fact it's a legal requirement. All AC equipment needs to be dedicated to the type of refrigerant being used. You can find out more about the legal requirements and the newly enacted standards at www.macs.orgdon't need gauges at all. go to walmart get 134a can with charging hose and begin ...

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Who is the creator of airplane?

It was created by the the zaz team who also made the naked gun

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What can you add to diesel to improve performance and ecconomy?

try bio fuel,it improved my dodge a whole lot.it gave me more horse power,plus better fuel milage,plus your engine will last longer because it is more lubricated and cleaner witch is better for your pistons.i know a guy that knows more about this than i do you can try to look him up at lone star ...

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Can you change your car's MPG?

Yes, you can increase it with tune-ups and by upgrading the engine.

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What is full-fielding?

Full fielding is a diagnostic test of the alternatorYou make the alternator work full out and measure the voltage and amperage output to test it against a published specification.

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How do you improve accelaration of a rocket in space?

Increase the thrust. F = M A whence A = F/M . Acceleration is directly proportional to the force applied to the rocket, and inversely proportional to the rocket's mass. If you need to increase the acceleration, you have two choices . . . either reduce the rocket's mass, or increase the force app...

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Biological science from physical science?

Physics and chemistry is the base of all other sciences. Physics is the study of the properties of matter and energy and how they interact with each other, and chemistry is the study of how matter interacts with each other, how the combine, or how they change. So when it comes to biology it is a ...

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Where is the obd2 socket on Renault grand scenic?

in my Renault scenic (2,0 16V, 2003) (not grand scenic) the obd2 socket is under the movable middle console. Move the console backwards and lift a plastic lid which appears under the console and you see the 16 hole obd2 socket.Eberhard

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How much does a spaceship weigh?

In space, nothing: it has mass but no weight.On a planet or moon it depends on the gravity of that planet or moon as well as the mass of the spaceship.

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List down conditions when friction occurs to retired or resists motion?

conditions when friction occurs to retired/resist motuio

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How fast did the first spaceship go?

The Soviet Union launched the first "spaceship" or satellite, Sputnik, back in 1957. It orbited the earth every 90 minutes. This, of course, depends upon what you mean by "spaceship." Sputnik weighed 18 lbs, it was not very large. The next thing the Soviets launched into orbit was a small dog na...

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What will happen if the world runs out of oil?

We will have to move onto more sensible energy resources, like we should have done years ago when hydrogen became an obvious choice that was kept rather quiet.Our best option will be nuclear fusion. We are going to run out of oil globally eventually.Nuclear fusion has so many benefits that it is ...

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What problems do petrol and diesel cause and how can we reduce them?

Burning by products of fossil fuels such as diesel and petrol gives off unburnt carbon particles. This in turn rises up in the atmosphere are react with other atmospheric gases. Sometimes this reaction produces harmful radicals which contributes to global warming. This can be minimized by install...

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How can you make your electric bike go about 45 mph and where do you find a mechanic to do said work for you?

That could be a very expensive project to accomplish. Probably cheaper just to buy an electric or gasoline powered bike that goes that fast.

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Where is carbon fiber used?

Carbon fiber is used in a lot of applications, including automotive body panels, bicycle frames and wheels, aircraft, boats, rifle barrels, rifle receivers, and many other uses.

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What is the standard diameter of a diesel fuel dispenser nozzle?

how pictures of the different size diesel nozels

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How much oil does the world consume?

A lot of oil has been taken since we found out what it can be used for. When we did we started to use it for machinery, motorized vehicles, etc. For all of these components we have used about 662 billion tons of oil that has been taken from the earth.

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Which would experience more air resistance -a streamlined car travelling slowly or a lorry travelling fast?

A lorry travelling fast.

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What is the largest two stroke engine built?

http://people.bath.ac.uk/ccsshb/12cyl/Could be bigger somewhere, but hey its got to be on the list of the big boys.

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How does the speed of a car affect how much gas it uses?

Because the faster you go the higher RPM your vehicle will be running at. Meaning that your engine is turning faster, and there will be more combustion strokes per minute, and each combustion stroke the engine has to dump fuel into the appropriate cylinder.

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How much money do race car drivers make?

The more they win, the more money they make.

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What is static compression?

it is the compression ratio just figuring area of all engine components.head chamber vol.+head gasket thickness+piston to deck height+piston volume cc+cylinder volume.

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What are friction materials?

friction materials are the one which help in inducing friction to a friction-less object, like brake lining on the brake shoe is used for inducing friction between the brake shoe and the inner rim of the wheel.

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What are similarities and differences between science and technology?

Technology is a method of performing some act.Science is understanding why it works.

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How fast does a spaceship go?

The highest speed ever achieved by a manned vehicle is 39,895 km/hr (24,790 mi/hr). It was set by Apollo 10 in 1969.

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What were the scientific discoveries for1965-1998?

finding a big stick and than shoving it up uranus

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Why does an object expand when heated?

Because when something heats it starts to develop into gas and the particles/atoms expand.

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What is the biggest Hybrid?

Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid

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Worlds slowest thing?

Question is not clear , which things nonliving or living , natural or man made .Among motile animals snails phylum Mollusca are slowest .

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Did crime rates go up during the black death?

Yes, due to the farmers dying because of the plague, marketers were forced to raise their prices, and the poor could not afford these high prices. Therefore, they had to steal food to survive and that's how crime rates got higher.

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What information do you need to calculate its speed?

Change in position and the time taken for the change in position.

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What are four types of biomass that can be converted into alternative fuels?

We use four types of biomass today: 1) wood and agricultural products; 2) solid waste; 3) landfill gas; and 4) alcohol fuels.

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What are the examples of solid liquid and gas present in a car?

Steel, Coolant, refrigerant.

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Does air friction affect airplanes?

Any and every object that's moving through air at speed is affected by air friction.

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Why does the hull of a ship contain a large volume of air?

The shape of the ships hull causes the ship to displace a greater volume of water then a solid piece of steel with the same mass. A ship displaces a volume of water equal in weight to the submerged portion of the ship. Hope this helps!

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Put cold water on hot engine why is there water coming out of tailpipe?

you could have a hole in one of your pipes or hoses that the water went throw.

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Is nuclear energy converted into electricity before used?

yes it is..or else it couldn't be used

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1989 Suzuki Vitara fuel type?

can run any type of fuel. no less than 91 octane unleaded and i think 86 octane leaded. also can run higher octane and a fuel mixture of 10% ethanol or 5% methanol.

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How much did a gallon of gas cost in 1978?

Anywhere between .48 and .63 cents per gallon

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How does a two stroke engine combine the four strokes of a typical internal combustion engine?

A two stroke engine combines the four strokes of a typical internal combustion engine into two strokes instead of four.

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How do accident reconstruction specialists apply physics to their job?

well there is not alot of rconstruction after an accident. they only tow the cars away and pick up debris. and after they destroy the wrecked carTo elaborate on the above incorrect answer, Accident Reconstruction Specialists spend hundreds of hours in classroom training taking courses such as App...

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Why is streamlining important?

It saves fuel and gives your vehicle better peformance

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What are the examples of concave lens?

the simplest example would be the side mirrors in a car

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What is an example of a frame structure?

Examples of some frame structures are scaffolding, a skeleton of an animal or the eiffel tower.

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How do hydraulic brakes impact society?

I do not think they have a direct impact on society; however with the improvement to road safety (much better stopping distances for vehicles), they may have had an effect on society. One other aspect; they have allowed people to travel faster (because of the better safety); but this is not just ...

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Why did people make cars?

pepole made cars so they dont half to walk and walk every day they made buses so pepole that didnt have cars can get on a bus and other pepole made cars so they could get rich and every thing else so ya pease homies

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What would be the appropriate measure to record the lenght of a car?

from one bumper to the other bumper

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What you find when you scratch a mineral over a tile?

Usually the mineral deposits a certain color or colors that you wouldn't see otherwise.

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What is friction and what effects does it have on motion?

Friction is the sum of resistance to motion and as for resistance, it slow down the motion.

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Pictures of objects that produce loud or soft sounds?

cars airplane,radio,televetion

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How does surface of car affect car speed?

If the surface is rough/bumpy , the vehicle cant safely go as fast as it can on a smooth road. Also if the car is bouncing, it's aerodynamics will be disturbed causing more drag. Ground clearance also has to be increased on rough roads, causing more drag.

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How do air bags protect us in collisions?

When the crash sensor in the car detects a collision, it sends a signal to the control module which deploys the airbag. There are various types of crash sensors, like the older ones which were placed in the front of the car (in the crash zone area), and the latest micromachined accelerometers tha...

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What is benjene?

Benzene is a colorless volatile liquid hydrocarbon. It is present in coal tar and petroleum during chemical synthesis. It is flammable and has a sweet smell.

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How do you write on a rubber tire?

you need white chalk or wax pencil

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How efficient is gas?

Not very because its a fossi fuel and they are not ad never will be renewableSources:Worked at Npower for 10 years as a senior gas official.

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What weighs 200 kg?

two large men will weigh about 200 kilos

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A car is driving at constant speed...... explain why the car will eventually reach a new higher constant speed?

because your going downhill

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How much water does it take to move a building?

The building would float when the water weight being displaced equaled the weight of the house, but the house may move due to absorption of the water's kinetic energy before it floated. A river or flood for instance.

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What is the process of Indane Gas Dealership in District level?

Human source requirements full fil

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What is the force that is caused by the water taken up by these vacuoles?

your mamas asscheeks spreading across the ocean

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When that car entered the driveway the cat went under the porch. What feature of life is this?

Perhaps a conditioned reflex. Cats do not like noisy items that may interfere with their hearing ability.

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The is the unit of measure for the frequency of wavelengths per second?

Hertz, condensed as "hz" when written.

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How do you calculate the dilemma zone or likewise for a curved road?

There is controversy among several whether or not there is a formula able to be used to calculate the dilemma zone distance for a curved road. The goal is to find a safe approach speed (u) to allow the driver to stop before crossing the stopline. Thanks!

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Why was the car created?

To help transport people and things faster.

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How is science related to pollution?

Pollution impacts our ecosystem in everyway. The study of pollution would logically fall into the category of climate science or climatology which studies climate patterns, how they change over time and their impact on the environment.

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Air is a mixture of what?

air is a mixture of several gases: N2 78.5%, O2 21%, CO2 .3% and several gases in trace ammount

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What does nest stand for?

A nest is a place of refuge to hold an animal's eggs or provide a place to live or raise offspring. They are usually made of some organic material such as twigs, grass, and leaves; or may simply be a depression in the ground, or a hole in a tree, rock or building. Human-made materials, such as st...

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What is aerodynamic in scientific?

the more aerodynamic a car is the less drag it generates. The less drag the faster the car goes becaues it has less wind resistance.

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Are cars a part of science?

In a general sense, yes. Cars are an invention and a kind of technology, and those advances were made through science.

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How do you check if a composite contains carbon fiber?

its when fahim, naeem and hamza shag each other and their mums pop out.

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What is the meaning of percent of carbon dioxide in auto emissions?

Auto emits carbon monoxide(CO), carbon dioxide(CO2) and some other gases and particles which pollute the environment. the amount of CO2 compared to total amount of emission in percentage is called as percent of carbon dioxide in auto emissions. %CO2=(Volume of CO2 emitted/Total volume of emission...

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Does water float on perol?

NO! Gasoline and oil will float on water. Also: add ethanol or methanol and the water will be suspended in the fuel and be burnt without any problems. alcohol is good for the car too.

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