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What are chloroplasts filled up with?

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Why does a down filled sleeping bag keep you warm?

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Why does my ice maker make a loud noise after the ice tray is filled up with water?

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What would happen if you filled a basketball with helium?

[ad_1] How long does a basketball last? around 2 1/2 hours How pumped up should a football be? (For those of you who don’t know, a regulation ball is one that has been granted a certification by FIFA for use in official matches.) The majority of footballs, however, have an air pressure value of 8.7 […]

What is special about half and fully filled orbitals?

[ad_1] What happens when 2 atoms are too close? Covalent bonds If two atoms get close enough together then the electrons of each atom will be attracted to both nuclii. If the atoms get two close then the nuclii will repell each other. Single sided arrows represent attraction. Double sided arrows represent repulsion. What is […]