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Awesome! do yo know what happened in this reaction ? leave a comment below! #Repost from @sciencelover212. Beautiful 🔥 . A classic chemistry class demonstration is to hold bubbles filled with methane gas or propane gas and light the bubbles on fire. Flames shoot from the girl's hands and, magically, the girl is not burned by the flaming inferno in her hand. But don't try this at home! *Propane Combustion Reaction - Balanced Chemical Equation Propane + Oxygen -> Carbon Dioxide + Water C3H8 + 5O2 -> 3CO2 + 4H2O *Methane Combustion Reaction - Balanced Chemical Equation Methane + Oxygen -> Carbon Dioxide + Water CH4 + 2O2 -> CO2 + 2H2O . . . . . #chemistry#calculus#organicchemistry#chem#math#biochemistry#molecularbiology#science
Follow the adventures of six fish-tailed kids- Molly, Gil, Oona, Deema, Nonny, and Goby as they learn earn about topics such as science, math and literacy through original music. Watch Bubble Guppies on the ejunior app.⠀
تابع مغامرات ستة أطفال لهم ذيل سمكة؛ مولي وغيل وأونا وديما ونوني وغوبي وهم يتعلمون بعض المواد، مثل: العلوم والرياضيات والأدب من خلال مقطوعات موسيقية أصلية. شاهد سمْك الفقاعات على تطبيق ejunior
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💥 Yeni konuya geçmeden çocuklarıma eğlenceli bir 'Genel Tekrar' hazırlayayım, dedim. 💥 Şifreli ve ödüllü olunca istek baya artıyor. Şablon olarak tahtayı çektim. Karalama kağıdına ilk hazırlarsanız daha kolay olur. Ben 2 tane 47 yapmışım. Aynı olmamasına dikkat edin 😉
😇 Yardımsever olalım, mesajını da vermek istedim. Çünkü yardımlaşma sınıfımızda gittikçe azalmıştı. Sizler de farklı şekillerde hazırlayabilirsiniz 😊
I was recently reading about some rather peculiar characteristics of the event horizon of a black hole. The event horizon, as many of you may know, represents the gravitational point of no return. Once past the event horizon, the gravitational pull of a black hole reaches a strength that is inescapable, and not even light can reemerge from the enigmatic prison of the singularity. Another way of thinking about the event horizon is as the finite point in space where the escape velocity is exactly equal to the speed of light. Some very interesting geometrical properties arise from this point in space. To an outside observer, the horizon is believed to appear as a static, unmoving spherical surface (as portrayed in these images). In reality, the event horizon is actually moving outward at the speed of light, and it is this outward movement that does not allow light to escape. Since the horizon is moving away from the singularity at the speed of light, it would be necessary to exceed light-speed to escape, which as far as we know is impossible. The aforementioned motion of the event horizon may not make sense, and that is because it doesn’t in our normal understanding of how things move through space. The movement of the horizon is similar to Alice having to run as fast as she can just to remain stationary in “Through the Looking-Glass”.
Once past the event horizon, all matter is doomed to fall towards the singularity (center of the black hole). The extreme distortion of spacetime near the center of a black hole has interesting mathematical consequences regarding general relativistic time. As the radial distance (r) from the singularity decreases, Einstein’s mathematics tell us that the time coordinate (t) grows larger and larger (as r↓, t↑). Eventually, all matter inevitably reaches the singularity (r=0), theoretically sending time to infinity. Time stops.
Ah, the wonders of the cosmos!
Photo credit: NASA/ESA; LIGO #astronomy#blackhole#physics#math#education#astrophysics#space#science#learn#philosophy#think#read#nasa#gravity#school
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One of the Laws Of Nature is the ability survive after Compression. This is why when we observe the counter rotating field of the sunflower floret, where there are 21 spirals going clockwise and 34 spirals going anti-clockwise ie: 21:34, the seeds do not fall out of their arrangement due to their intelligent, sophisticated and compact arrangement. Nature abhors midpoints and equality, you will never see a sunflower having an equal spin arrangement of 21:21.