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Really into computers, just started to program.


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comment Using CO2 to air condition a room
What temperature value should I use for step 1. STP or the temperature of liquid nitrogen? Also (step 1) "its mass" refers to the mass of one mole? (Links are to WolframAlpha.com quries.)
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revised Using CO2 to air condition a room
clarify, and want to add to Q again
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accepted Equation for finding electrical resistance
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accepted What material can a lens be made from?
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accepted Using CO2 to air condition a room
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revised Using CO2 to air condition a room
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asked Using CO2 to air condition a room
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comment Equation for finding electrical resistance
Can you please try to clarify temperature's involvement in this formula (or in practicality) if any?
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asked Equation for finding electrical resistance
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comment What material can a lens be made from?
Not a clue... Would I be able to use something like Borosilicate glass?
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comment What material can a lens be made from?
Is there an online calculator with explanations online? (I'm taking AP physics B, we haven't gotten up to that part yet).
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comment What material can a lens be made from?
(+1) Sure. I'm trying to get a clear picture from within my fireplace (I lost a bet). I know my fireplace doesn't reach 1000 F, however I'd like to be well on the safe side plus, the materials we use to start the fire can reach 3000 C, but because I doubt the spark would hit the lens head on... I use something like this to start my fire.
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asked What material can a lens be made from?
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revised Why do we test electric fields with positive charges and not negative ones?
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accepted Why do we test electric fields with positive charges and not negative ones?
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