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University College London (UCL)
Physics - 1st
2012 - 2016
ASKED BY SARAHGEOGRAPHY 🗺
How do the pollutants that cause acid rain get into the air?
Acid rain comes about due to emissions of SO2 and NOx emissions. Major sources include burning dinosaurs (fossil fuels) and exhausts from vehicles....
ASKED BY LIAMCHEMISTRY ⚛️
What happens when the temperature goes below the dew point?
At the dew point the air becomes saturated with water vapor. If the temperature is further cooled the air can no longer hold the moisture and water ...
ASKED BY LIAMPHYSICS 🚀
How is most of a star's total life spent?
The lifespan of a star depends on its mass. Stars spend around 90% of theirs lives burning (fusion) hydrogen into helium. The more massive stars req...
ASKED BY TIMGEOGRAPHY 🗺
Why do clouds usually form at the leading edge a cold air mass?
Warm tends to contain more moisture than cold air. When the cold front meets the warmer air the excess moisture condenses. Further mixing leads to n...
ASKED BY JAMESGEOGRAPHY 🗺
Why are wind speed and direction important for understanding changing weather?
Wind speed and direction will allow us to know where the weather is coming from and where and when it will be in the future. Assuming a geostrophic ...
ASKED BY SELINABIOLOGY 🌱
How does caffeine keep me awake?
A chemical produced by the brain called adenosine binds to adenosibe receptors in the brain. This binding slows down nerve cell activity causing dro...
ASKED BY RICHARDPHYSICS 🚀
What is the composition of the Earth's core?
The Earth's inner core is made of an iron-nickel alloy. The inner core's surface is around 5700 Kelvin which is comparable to the temperature of the...
ASKED BY TIMGEOGRAPHY 🗺
Why are coal power plants good?
Coal power is fairly reliable. It can provide power during peak or off-peak times which is why they are designed to support the grid system in provi...
ASKED BY MAXGEOGRAPHY 🗺
Why is the water cycle important to all life on the earth?
The water cycle is extremely important because it means water is available for all living organisms and regulates weather patterns on our planet. Wi...
ASKED BY MICHEALGENERAL 🏛
What are Korotkoff sounds?
These are sounds that medical personnel listen for when they are taking blood pressure using a non-invasive procedure. They are named after Dr. Niko...
ASKED BY CARMENPHYSICS 🚀
Theory of relativity for startups - how does that work?
Special relativity: This is based on two assumptions. 1. Laws of physics are the same in all inertial frames. 2. Speed of light is the same for all ...
ASKED BY ADVIKAGENERAL 🏛
What is 4+4?
4+4 is equal to 8.
ASKED BY NEVAGENERAL 🏛
Can you give me information about the galaxy for kids?
A galaxy is a group of stars, clouds of gas, and dust that move together. There are billions of galaxies in the observable universe and billions of ...
ASKED BY DEEPESHPHYSICS 🚀
What is chemical effect of electric current? Describe it briefly?
So electrical energy can be used to produce chemical reactions. The best example for this is electrolysis. When an electrical current flows through ...
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