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Why is the mass of a nucleus always less than the sum of

Why is the mass of a nucleus always less than the sum of

Answers (1) During the formation of the nucleus certain number of neutrons and protons are brought together, the energy will be released during this process. is called the binding energy of the nucleus. This energy is spent by the nucleus at the expense of their masses. Therefore, the mass of the nucleus formed is less than the sum of the ...

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Why is there a change of mass after combustion? - Answers

Why is there a change of mass after combustion? - Answers

Apr 23, 2012 Best Answer. Copy. there is no change in mass because according to antoine l lavoisiers theory mass of reactants is equal to the mass of products and if we do combustion without letting the gas ...

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Compressor Mass Flow - Some Thought Experiments

Compressor Mass Flow - Some Thought Experiments

Aug 12, 2021 When you drop the suction pressure entering a typical compressor, you drop the mass flow rate because the mass entering the compressor is reduced; a lower mass flow rate means moving fewer lbs of refrigerant, which (by itself) means lower capacity. Now, let's move to the second part, which is re-expansion. This one applies more to reciprocating ...

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How and why is mass lost gained or conserved in a

How and why is mass lost gained or conserved in a

burning and why? 2 Record the mass of the glass Petri dish. 3 Record the mass of the Petri dish + a marshmallow (before burning). 4 Subtract the mass of the Petri dish from the mass of the Petri dish + the marshmallow to obtain the initial mass of the marshmallow. 5 Set the Petri dish with the marshmallow on the desk away from any pieces of paper.

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Why is My AC Evaporator Coil Freezing Up? Grove

Why is My AC Evaporator Coil Freezing Up? Grove

Clogged air filters are one of the main reasons why AC evaporator coils freeze up. Replacing the air filter could solve the issue. Make sure your air conditioner is draining properly. If there is a drain pan, see if ice accumulation on the coil extends beyond …

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Evaporators Dairy Processing Handbook

Evaporators Dairy Processing Handbook

Evaporator design. It takes a large amount of energy to boil off water from a solution. This energy is often supplied as steam. To reduce the amount of steam needed, the evaporator is normally designed as a multiple-effect evaporator. Two or more effects operate at progressively lower vacuums and thus with progressively lower boiling points.

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Why is it important to have fat mass and fat free mass?

Why is it important to have fat mass and fat free mass?

Fat-Free Mass (FFM), also called Lean Body Mass (LBM), is the total amount of nonfat (lean) parts of the body. It consists of approximately 73% water, 20% protein, 6% mineral, and 1% ash. To convert body fat percentage to kilograms, multiply the body fat percentage by total body weight. If you weigh 80 kg and are 20% body fat, this means that ...

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The Essentials of Continuous Evaporation AIChE

The Essentials of Continuous Evaporation AIChE

Figure 4 shows the mass flows in a three-effect evaporator. The vapor from the first effect (M V1) becomes the heating source for the second effect (M S2). This is possible because the second effect’s boiling temperature has been lowered to 68C (at 29 kPa), which is less than the saturated temperature of the first effect, 82C (at 51.8 kPa).

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atoms - Why is the atomic mass unit less than the mass

atoms - Why is the atomic mass unit less than the mass

Jan 02, 2021 The atomic mass unit is $1.6605 \times 10^{-27}$ kg. This is less than the mean of the masses of 6 protons and 6 neutrons. How do we account for the lower mass ? My understanding is that some of the mass is in the form of energy somewhere, in the bonding maybe or in the kinetic energy. Can someone clarify where this mass is please ?

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What Is a Refrigerator Evaporator; Why Is It Important?

What Is a Refrigerator Evaporator; Why Is It Important?

Jan 12, 2021 The refrigerator evaporator is one part of the refrigeration cycle that makes the inside of your refrigerator cold. After the refrigerant gas has gone through the condenser coils located at the back of the refrigerator, it starts to cool down and turn into a liquid. It’s at this liquid stage that the refrigerant reaches the expansion valve.

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What Happens as Refrigerant Flows Through the Evaporator?

What Happens as Refrigerant Flows Through the Evaporator?

Jan 28, 2020 When refrigerant flows into a direct exchange evaporator, it is mostly saturated liquid, with some vapor. As refrigerant travels through the evaporator, it absorbs heat from the air. As it absorbs heat, it vaporizes. If the system operates according to design, the refrigerant will be 100% vapor as it nears the exit of the evaporator.

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Why mass is additive? - Physics Forums

Why mass is additive? - Physics Forums

Jul 15, 2013 The additive property of mass is simply an observed property of nature. As has been pointed out, it applies only to mechanical interactions between bodies in which the energy of the bond between masses divided by c 2 is much less than the rest masses of the separate bodies. AM. Jul 15, 2013. #22.

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Why Rotary Evaporation Is More Efficient Than Standard

Why Rotary Evaporation Is More Efficient Than Standard

Jul 19, 2018 For an at-a-glance look, the factors that can help speed up evaporation are: Decreased pressure within the system. Increased temperature of the solvent. Rotation of the flask. While the first two factors can be changed with both rotary evaporation and standard distillation, only rotary evaporation has the added benefit of rotating the sample ...

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Evaporation: Heat and Mass balance

Evaporation: Heat and Mass balance

Jun 15, 2021 Heat and Mass balance on a single effect evaporator. The capacity of an evaporator like any heat transfer process is given by. q = U A ∆tm [ q is the rate of heat transfer, U is overall heat ...

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Find your mass!

Find your mass!

m = your mass in slugs (English unit) Convert mass in slugs to Kilograms (standard metric unit) with the conversion factor: 1 slug = 14.59 kg (In order to convert, multiply the answer you got in step 3 by 14.59 kg/slug so that the slug units cancel and your mass is in kg.) So, if I weigh 98 lbs on Earth, then my mass is 3.04 slugs or 44 kg.

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Why is it that object of more mass attains less velocity

Why is it that object of more mass attains less velocity

Mar 08, 2012 The momentum change is equal to the Force applied times the time, for which it is applied. So, for a certain Force times Time (Impulse) you have a trade-off between Mass and velocity change - small mass/big velocity change or large mass/small velocity change. That's a perfectly reasonable argument - if you are prepared to accept it.

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Why do refrigerator evaporator coils freeze? -

Why do refrigerator evaporator coils freeze? -

Mar 29, 2020 Subsequently, question is, what causes a fridge to freeze up? 4 Reasons a REFRIGERATOR will FREEZE FOOD and items in it: 1 – The temperature for the refrigerator has been set TOO LOW or Set warmer. Most common reason. 2 – If the coils on your fridge are dirty or dusty, then the compressor needs to work harder and longer to keep the freezer ...

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15 Reasons Why You're NOT Building Muscle!

15 Reasons Why You're NOT Building Muscle!

May 08, 2008 7. You’re not focused on progression. Progression builds muscle, without it you won’t grow. Progression is the constant increase of weight, stress and intensity required to tell your body that it needs to grow more muscle. You should aim to improve at least one aspect of your workout every week.

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Work done by evaporator condenser expansion valve

Work done by evaporator condenser expansion valve

May 23, 2013 3. Technically, there is no work done by the condenser or evaporator. Work is the exchange of mechanical energy wheras heat is the exchange of thermal energy. In a condenser or evaporator, heat transfer is occuring, thus thermal energy is being exchanged. Probably no need to worry about the terminology but just know the difference between them.

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Why is my PCR band size less than expected? - ResearchGate

Why is my PCR band size less than expected? - ResearchGate

Most recent answer. Probably the PCR primers is amplifying a smaller segment spanning your target region in the gene. As you mentioned if you extract and sequence the PCR band of 500 bp you will ...

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Why is the mass of KCl recovered less than the starting mass ... - Answers

Why is the mass of KCl recovered less than the starting mass ... - Answers

Nov 02, 2017 The MASS of the Moon is far less than the mass of the Earth, which is why the gravity of the Moon is less. How does mass effect the pull of gravity? Yes i affects. More the mass the more the ...

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Things To Know about Why AC Evaporator Coil Leak

Things To Know about Why AC Evaporator Coil Leak

Sep 10, 2021 The evaporator coil can be weakened by erosion. The coolant that flows through the spindles of the evaporator wears away over time the inner lining. It makes the spindles weaker. The spool develops troughs and breaks in a fragile state. It causes the coolant to leak.

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