The bessbug was able to carry 6 weights which has the mass of 18.85 grams, while ten times the mass of a bessbug is 17.6 grams. The maximum amount of weights the bessbug was able to pull was 10 weights which is equal to 31.46 grams. The data shows the strength of the bessbug and how much the bessbug is able to carry in all. The data occurred because the capacity of the bessbug allows the bessbug to carry 10 weights. The data supports the hypothesis because the bessbug was able to lift ten times the weight of the bessbug which is 17.6 grams, and much more because the total amount the bessbug was able to pull was 31.46 grams.
One property that affected the diffusion of the three substances is the molecular weight. Potassium permanganate with a molecular weight of 158 g/mole diffused at a faster and bigger rate because it has less diffusible molecules allowing the substance to diffuse faster. Since Methylene Blue has the biggest molecular weight, it has more diffusible molecules making it hard for the substance to move resulting to short distance and slow diffusing rate. Time (minute) Distance (mm) Potassium permanganate (MW 158g/mole) Potassium dichromate (MW 204g/mole) Methylene Blue (MW 374g/mole) 0 5 5 5 3 7 6 5 6 8 7 5 9 10 9 6 12 11 10 6.5 15 12 11 7 18 13 12 8 21 16 14 10 24 18 16 11 27 20 16 11 30 20 18 12 Figure 3 shows the relationship of the partial rate of diffusion of the three substances. Figure 4 presents that among the three substances, potassium permanganate had the highest rate of diffusion of 0.57 mm/min, followed by potassium dichromate with a rate of diffusion of 0.43 mm/min, and with the least rate of diffusion of 0.23 mm/min, methylene
The density of a medium is an example of an inertial property. The greater the inertia (i.e., mass density) of individual particles of the medium, the less responsive they will be to the interactions between neighboring particles and the slower that the wave will be. As stated above, sound waves travel faster in solids than they do in liquids than they do in gases. However, within a single phase of matter, the inertial property of density tends to be the property that has a greatest impact upon the speed of sound. A sound wave will travel faster in a less dense material than a more dense material.
Lift is generated by an aircraft wing. The path over a wing 's curved top is longer than the path along the flat bottom of the wing. This causes the air to move faster over the top than it does along the bottom. With all other factors being equal, faster moving air has lower pressure than slower moving air, according to Bernoulli 's principle. This difference is what allows the slower moving air to push up against the bottom of the wing with greater force than the faster moving air is pushing down against the top of the wing.
It maintains a permanent shape when moving at a constant speed and when it collides with another soliton, it emerges with the same speed and shape. However, a soliton’s extreme stability does not match the observations of some rogue waves which appear spontaneously and fade shortly after. The Peregrine soliton remedies this inconsistency. Unlike the usual soliton, it does not maintain the same shape. Instead the Peregrine soliton’s gets progressively taller and more narrow.
Raising the concentration of the NaCl solution, it is also increased the osmolarity of the solution becoming less hypotonic compared to the egg. This is why it was observed a decrease in mass change with the increase of concentration of the NaCl solution. It can be stated that the osmolarity of the egg is higher than the osmolarity of a 15% NaCl solution. We will need higher concentrations of the NaCl solution in order to assess
The results obtained are mostly consistent and support the hypothesis stated at the start of the experiment. The time taken for the car with the magnet will take more time to travel the distance on the aluminium strip compared to the car on the plastic strip as the magnet will cause friction and deviations on the path. More amount of trials and precision and a better range of distances could have been more accurate and constant which would lead to a better result. I could have also used better instruments to make it more efficient and realistic. Along with that, maybe a change of variables could help come to more of an accurate decision and prove the hypothesis
When Te = 15 °C, the cooling capacity decreased first and then increased with the generating temperatures ranging from 40 °C to 70 °C. This variation tendency is similar to that when Te = 10 °C. The worst performance occurred when the generating temperature was 65 °C, which was 720.3 W. In Fig. 5, it also can be seen that the critical condensing temperature when Te = 15 °C is a little higher than that when Te = 10 °C in most cases. The maximum difference between the two conditions is 3.7 °C when Tg = 55
This reduces the energy that the engine moving the tube has to expend, so the tube can move faster. The faster the tube moves, the more air enters the front, causing temperature and pressure to rise inside the tube, causing the gasses to escape at higher speeds at the rear, resulting in greater
The force exerted on the projectile and the cannon, by the gunpowder explosion is the same. However, there is a major difference in the mass of the two objects and therefore, the acceleration experienced by the smaller object, the projectile due to this force has to be of a much greater intensity to balance the above equation. This makes it travel hundreds of metres as compared to the cannon, which moves a fraction of a metre due to the recoil (White). This recoil caused a problem for large calibre guns and when a gun was fired, the heavy projectile exerted a stronger backward force. As a result, the castings would end up exploding due to recoil near the breech.
The 4 atoms form a tetrahedron with the foreign atom at the center. This tetrahedral place has a wall to the movement of the interstitial atom. The tetrahedral formation is the actuated state for the jump, and the structure necessity acquires activation energy to cross the energy barrier. Question # 2: Part C In general carbon diffusion in iron is much “faster” than aluminum diffusion in aluminum.
I get 0.2- 2= -1.8 divide by 0.02- 0.16= -0.14 and get a slope of 12.8. This means that the slope is going to be an upward positive slope. Since Fg=m*g, and acceleration due to gravity (g) (9.8m/s^2), the more mass there is the more weight there will
This should play the most major role in your decision making process. A general rule of the thumb is that the higher the amount of cubic centimeters displaced by the engine (cc) the more powerful the product is. The 391 operates at 64.1 cc whereas the 461 operates at 76.5 cc. The cc positively correlates to the engine power output commonly shown as kw. The MS391 has an output of 3.3 kw compared to the MS461 with an output of 4.5 kw.
The Four stroke has good long lasting parts however they are more expensive. The two stroke parts are more easily to break or wear but are much cheaper than the four stroke. The two stroke also has a simpler process than the four stroke which is much more complicated. This means that replacing any parts that break or mess up will be easier to fix yourself unlike the four stroke. The reason that the two stroke is faster is because of the revolutions.