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For Marty1.Name the three kinds of strength used to characterize

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1.Name the three kinds of strength used to characterize materials AND give an example of a material that are strong in each of these modes.

2.What kinds of bonding occurs in each of the three materials you listed in question #1?

3.Explain how atoms can be arranged in such a way to create a permanent magnet.

4.Identify 10 objects in your home that use semiconductors. What other kinds of materials with special electrical properties are found in all of these 10 objects?

5.Research the status of magnetically levitated trains like the one now operating in China. How does it operate? How fast might it go?

6.How does a nuclear reactor work?

7.What types of researchers and scientists use carbon-14 radiometric dating? What type of researcher would use the other isotopes such as uranium-238?

8.Use the periodic table to identify the element, its atomic number, mass number and electrical charge of the following:
# XXXXX # XXXXX# XXXXX;Element Symbol;Atomic Number;Mass;Electrical Charge
1 0 1
8 8 8
17 18 18
36 50 36

9.Potassium-40 decays into argon-40 with a half-life of 1.2 billion years. A particular mineral grain is known to have had a million potassium atoms in its crystal structure when it formed. When the grain was ground up, scientists discovered 750,000 atoms of argon-40. When did the grain form? (Hint: Use Figure 12-10 on page 272 to obtain a qualitative estimate).

10.What are the half-lives of the following common isotopes:

o Carbon-14:
o Uranium-238:
o Uranium-235:
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How much time you can allow to reply these questions? Kindly indicate word count for q 5 and 6.
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Need answers by Sunday, 21 Jul 2013. There is no word count for questions 5&6.
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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

As copy and paste doesn't always work the way we want it, do I need to send question 8 again? If you have any confusion, the first row (top to bottom i.e. 1, 8, 17, 36) of numbers fall under Protons, the second row under Neutrons, and the last row falls under Electrons. I have never submitted questions to this site so if I receive more than one response, how do I deal with choosing one other than what appears to be the most correct answers?

OK, thanks, I've got the idea for question 8 now.

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Could you tell me the exact deadline (date, time and timezone)? Thanks
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The deadline is Tuesday at midnight eastern time, but I would like it Sunday so I can compare it to what I already have. I don't plan to submit your work as mine own. I use as reference and to find answers in the text book or try and understand what the text book is trying to tell me. It usually takes me a couple of days to work on it. Hope that answers your question.
Yes, that's fine. I will have your answers complete by Sunday. Thanks!

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