• Are there other fluids that dont include water that cause rusting.?

    I am looking for NON WATER environments where rusting could occur.. and whether you could rust with CHLORINE gas instead of oxygen.. I was just curious what is absolutely necessary for rust to occur
    I am looking for NON WATER environments where rusting could occur.. and whether you could rust with CHLORINE gas instead of oxygen.. I was just curious what is absolutely necessary for rust to occur
    3 answers · Chemistry · 1 year ago
  • Annoying dialogs on lg g4 on power off how to disable?

    When you press the power off you get the question buttons to power off or restart or whatever thats fine.. then when I choose one i get a second annoying dialog do I wish to do this ..if the display is dark its impossible to answer this second one I WANT TO TURN IT OFF.. IS THERE A WAY
    When you press the power off you get the question buttons to power off or restart or whatever thats fine.. then when I choose one i get a second annoying dialog do I wish to do this ..if the display is dark its impossible to answer this second one I WANT TO TURN IT OFF.. IS THERE A WAY
    1 answer · Cell Phones & Plans · 2 years ago
  • A magnetic field force question?

    2 answers · Physics · 3 years ago
  • Is driving a forklift drunk a DUI offence in ONtario Canada?

    I am wondering if driving a FORKLIFT under the influence is a CHARGABLE offence in ONTARIO or if its just handled by the labor board of Ontario. Or is it only a crime if the vehicle is driven in public road. I was wondering because I think some of our drivers come in rather intoxicated..by the odor.
    I am wondering if driving a FORKLIFT under the influence is a CHARGABLE offence in ONTARIO or if its just handled by the labor board of Ontario. Or is it only a crime if the vehicle is driven in public road. I was wondering because I think some of our drivers come in rather intoxicated..by the odor.
    4 answers · Law Enforcement & Police · 5 years ago
  • How to clear a flooded motorcycle?

    When I bought the bike it had a carberator problem so I got sloppy using too much throttle then when i got it fixed one night I accidently hit the throttle like before the fix and It flooded the engine . I dont want to open the starter case if I dont have to so I am thinking If I pop the sparkplugs out and then put it in second and roll it a bit... show more
    When I bought the bike it had a carberator problem so I got sloppy using too much throttle then when i got it fixed one night I accidently hit the throttle like before the fix and It flooded the engine . I dont want to open the starter case if I dont have to so I am thinking If I pop the sparkplugs out and then put it in second and roll it a bit this should clear out the fuel ... is there any drawback to this method of fixing the flooded engine.. when I checked the sparkplugs they were wet so they are getting fuel and the battery is fine ... I have tried various levels of choke and have also tried it with full throttle starting and nothing.. should I maybe cover the cylinders with a bag to keep out dust ... any help would be appreciated ... the bike was working great after the fix so I am thinking it is this boneheaded flooding that caused it to stop starting...
    3 answers · Motorcycles · 5 years ago
  • Is there a drain hole on Noma 5200 air conditioner?

    can I take off one of the caps on the bottom of the NOMA AIR CONDITIONER TO LET WATER OUT ... some seems to be coming in the inside of the window and this is annoying it is installed properly and should go out the back .... not the front... there seems to be a few caps that I may be able to snap off the bottom are THOSE drain hole caps
    can I take off one of the caps on the bottom of the NOMA AIR CONDITIONER TO LET WATER OUT ... some seems to be coming in the inside of the window and this is annoying it is installed properly and should go out the back .... not the front... there seems to be a few caps that I may be able to snap off the bottom are THOSE drain hole caps
    1 answer · Do It Yourself (DIY) · 5 years ago
  • Iron 833 motorcycle security?

    I am getting a motorcycle and wondering what kind of security precautions I should take. I will likely get the Harley 833 Iron and its hands free security system. that will stop the ignition but I assume it wont keep the bike from being rolled or lifted onto a pickup or flat bed. Would some chains be adequate for most situations or am I just... show more
    I am getting a motorcycle and wondering what kind of security precautions I should take. I will likely get the Harley 833 Iron and its hands free security system. that will stop the ignition but I assume it wont keep the bike from being rolled or lifted onto a pickup or flat bed. Would some chains be adequate for most situations or am I just over thinking this and the theft is not as big a problem as I am thinking.. Is the security system pretty noisy when or is it a silent just no ignition type system.. Any information would be greatly appreciated..
    3 answers · Motorcycles · 6 years ago
  • First motorcycle either Honda Rebel or Harley 833 iron?

    I'm tending toward the harley thinking that its slightly higher engine size will allow me to use it for a few years. I have driven standard vehicles and bicycles so I have good knowledge of manual transmissions. And riding the bicycle long distance I do know the dangers of a small vehicle on the road. I am planning on taking a course at the... show more
    I'm tending toward the harley thinking that its slightly higher engine size will allow me to use it for a few years. I have driven standard vehicles and bicycles so I have good knowledge of manual transmissions. And riding the bicycle long distance I do know the dangers of a small vehicle on the road. I am planning on taking a course at the local community college the Honda looks like a nice bike but the Harley seems a bit more sturdy and would be nicer bike for daily running around town or short haul road trips. does anyone have any pro and con opinion on which bike I should go for
    8 answers · Motorcycles · 6 years ago
  • Proof lim s^n/ n! as n -> infinity is 0?

    can someone show the proof I know its simple I got it down to s^n = s*s *s*s*s*s...s*s*s for n s's and n! = 1*2*3*4*5*... (n-2)(n-1)n now this means will have number smaller than s * s/n if i take the limit of s/n or even s^2/n of n->infinity i get 0 so this should be adequate should it not...
    can someone show the proof I know its simple I got it down to s^n = s*s *s*s*s*s...s*s*s for n s's and n! = 1*2*3*4*5*... (n-2)(n-1)n now this means will have number smaller than s * s/n if i take the limit of s/n or even s^2/n of n->infinity i get 0 so this should be adequate should it not...
    4 answers · Mathematics · 6 years ago
  • What is responsible for horrendous gas smell?

    In a coworker at work he has horrendous smell when he passes gas is there a specific organ that is responsible for some of this odor ... like the spleen maybe ...( saw that on MYSTERY MEN... movie) just curious if that is the case or is it always just a dietary thing..
    In a coworker at work he has horrendous smell when he passes gas is there a specific organ that is responsible for some of this odor ... like the spleen maybe ...( saw that on MYSTERY MEN... movie) just curious if that is the case or is it always just a dietary thing..
    2 answers · Medicine · 6 years ago
  • What is the hybridization of Carbonate Ion?

    CO3 charge 2- I know there are 3 Oxygens so the Carbon is Sp2 hybridized.. giving a sigma bond to each oxygen and then one electron in the left over p orbital that pi bonds with one of the OXYGENS.. do the oxygen molecules hybridize too the one with the double bond would need sp2 hybridization i think.. and then the p orbital will... show more
    CO3 charge 2- I know there are 3 Oxygens so the Carbon is Sp2 hybridized.. giving a sigma bond to each oxygen and then one electron in the left over p orbital that pi bonds with one of the OXYGENS.. do the oxygen molecules hybridize too the one with the double bond would need sp2 hybridization i think.. and then the p orbital will pi bond for the double bond... or am I incorrect and they stay in the normal orbitals and just bond directly.. one p orbital bonding in sigma bond and one in the pi bond.. I am leaning toward the standard orbitals with the Oxygen just bonding via the lone electrons..
    3 answers · Chemistry · 6 years ago
  • Do insects feel physical pain?

    I mean when they loose a limb do they experience the electrical impulses like we do that would signify excrusciating pain when the limb is removed.. thanks in advance
    I mean when they loose a limb do they experience the electrical impulses like we do that would signify excrusciating pain when the limb is removed.. thanks in advance
    6 answers · Zoology · 6 years ago
  • Magnetic fields and current?

    18-4. (18.2.1) The magnetic flux density at the center of a sunspot The Zeeman effect observed in the spectra of sunspots reveals the existence of magnetic fields as large as 0.4 tesla. These fields are associated with pancake-shaped current distributions in the plasma near the surface. In effect, one has a disk of electrons, with a radius of,... show more
    18-4. (18.2.1) The magnetic flux density at the center of a sunspot The Zeeman effect observed in the spectra of sunspots reveals the existence of magnetic fields as large as 0.4 tesla. These fields are associated with pancake-shaped current distributions in the plasma near the surface. In effect, one has a disk of electrons, with a radius of, say, 107 meters, rotating at an angular velocity of the order of 3 x 10-2 radian/second. The thickness of the disk is small compared to its radius. (a) Calculate the surface density of electrons required to achieve a B of 0.4 tesla at the center. (b) Calculate the current. I can calculate the surface density I use a small area of a disk dA = rdrdY take dY as the derivative of angle Y since its a surface this would be a surface charge dQ = sigma * dA since the disk is rotating this charge must leave the area in a small time dQ/dt = sigma * rdrdY/dt now since Y is an angle dY/dt = w the rotational speed I = sigma * w* r * dr ============== we use this in the formula for B calculating B at the center of the disk for a loop radius r dBz = (u/(4*pi))* I * dl x r1/r^2 dl will always be 90 degs to r1 by definition of cross product dl x r1 = | dl | sin pi/2 = | dl | I solve this to 2.12 coulombs surface charge my only problem is finding the current I cant figure out how to do that ... Probably something stupid that I just am overlooking... the current is supposed to be something around 3x10^12 amperes
    1 answer · Physics · 6 years ago
  • Electrostatics integration question?

    I have a question regarding electro statics given a charged conductor with a surface charge of sigma there is a SMALL diameter hole in the surface where the surface charge is.. calculate the E field near the surface inside the hole.. I tried this with gauss's law cant seem to work the problem that way I think because the Efield from... show more
    I have a question regarding electro statics given a charged conductor with a surface charge of sigma there is a SMALL diameter hole in the surface where the surface charge is.. calculate the E field near the surface inside the hole.. I tried this with gauss's law cant seem to work the problem that way I think because the Efield from the other side interacts with the efield on the side you are measuring .. I am trying to formulate the question in cylindrical coords in integral form but am having a little difficulty is it easier to formulate by integrating a infinite line charge first then rotating the line charge around the cylindrical shape or to take individual cylindrical area and then integrate that around whole surface.. seems to me the first approach would be easiest but i cant seem to figure out the equation for integrating around the circle I got the E field of an infinite line charge close to the line as E = k * L* pi/ a where a is the distance from the line by definition small compared to the length of the line and L is the lines charge /m and k = 1/4*pi*e the constant for all E fields and force calculations of electrostatics any assistance would be appreciated
    2 answers · Mathematics · 6 years ago
  • Possibly an application of gauss's law?

    I have a question in an Electromagnetics book that has me a bit puzzled this is from a section on static fields so the charges are not moving therefore i think the e field will be perpendicular to all surfaces It says there is a conductor with a uniform surface charge density of sigma and that there is a small hole near where the... show more
    I have a question in an Electromagnetics book that has me a bit puzzled this is from a section on static fields so the charges are not moving therefore i think the e field will be perpendicular to all surfaces It says there is a conductor with a uniform surface charge density of sigma and that there is a small hole near where the surface charge is somehow I am to prove that the E field is sigma/2e inside the hole where e is epsilon not permitivity of free space my quandry is that when i try to apply gauss's law for the conductor surface that part of the gausian surface is inside the conductor so it will have 0 flux there as the E field is 0 inside a conductor so where does the 2 come from ... personally since I have found about 2 other typo's in the book I suspect this is a third but I cant be completely sure im thinking the side veiw of the problem is like this -------....-------- ++++|..|+++++ .......+|_|+ ...........+ im thinking it looks something like that where the plus's are surface charges and they form around the cylinder because the cylinder is small near the surface and the top view would look like a cup from the top view
    3 answers · Engineering · 6 years ago