Correct! Stess/strain can also be represented as . Your turn.
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Young's modulus measures the elasticity of an object. The formula for Young's Modulus is stress/strain, or F/A/(delta(L)/L). A stands for the cross sectional of the object, and F is forced applied. L stands for the original length of an object, and delta L stands for change in length of the object.Short Event Description: Teams will answer a series of questions or complete tasks involving the science processes of chemistry focused in the areas of materials science.
What is Young's modulus a measure of, and what is its formula?
Avogadro if I'm not mistaken, LDF's rely upon dipoles to form, right? Isn't LDFs between two induced dipoles for example maybe water molecules where electrons are shifted? I actually looked back and I realize that maybe the dipole-dipole could happen too since the dipoles are still there.
And a question: Explain why CH4 is a gas at room temperature but C10H22 is a liquid.
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Definitely B: Size. This is because the crystal structure of a given material is dependent on the radius of its atoms. Isomorphism means that two materials of different chemical composition have the same crystal structure. Ratio wouldn't really make sense because there is no hint at what the ratio would be comparing. The shape is more or less what isomorphism is, and color can be discarded immediately. This question has weird wording because it doesn't say what are the things that are compatible, but nevertheless, a worthwhile question to know the answer to.MY question (if I got it right):
Isomorphism is possible because of compatible
I googled some info but I'm not sure what name you are referring to- most of the sites I found just called the process "firing".What is the name of the process by which a clay ceramic hardens under firing? Describe the microstructural changes of the ceramic during this process.
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