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S. Nicole, Web Content Writer Answered 2 days  ago

Problemsoccur from burning coal are as follows:

Water pollution, Acid rain, Air pollution, Health-issues, Climate changes etc. Basically, coalis a carbon-rich compound that releases airborne toxins and pollutants (including sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, particulates, and various other heavy metals)whenever it gets burnt.

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S. Nicole, Web Content Writer Answered 2 days  ago

It's option A.Abstinence. It is the only 100% way to not to contract a sexually transmitted disease.

Abstinence means avoiding or not having any kind of sex. Different people have different opinions about it. Some also use it as a prevention of pregnancy.

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That program is coppied into the hard disk

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Focuses on the objectives of society

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Involves an attempt to anticipate customer or client needs

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Protons are stable because the proton is the lightest baryon. The neutron is nearly the same mass as the proton (about 0.1% difference in mass), and when you put conglomerations of protons and neutrons together, neutrons become stable (these are called nuclei).

All other baryons must decay into the proton. The beneficial fact is that we don't know how long the proton lives, but that it ...

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E. Good Answered 2 days  ago

Protons, along with neutrons, are made of tiny particles called quarks, permanently combined after the universe cooled for a few moments from the big bang. Atoms are made of protons, neutrons and electrons. All three of them were once thought of being fundamental particles, which cannot be broken up into anything smaller.

It was discovered, after the invention of the particle ...

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M. Porter, Senior Executive Answered 2 days  ago

Not bound to nucleons or electrons, the free proton is a stable particle that hasn’t been known to break down spontaneously to other particles. Free protons are found naturally in many situations in which energies or temperatures are high enough to separate them from electrons, for which they have some attraction.

They exist in plasmas in which temperatures are too high to allow ...

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M. Porter, Senior Executive Answered 2 days  ago

Nucleons are either protons (positively charged subatomic particles) or neutrons (uncharged subatomic particles) , in the practices of chemistry or physics. They are known for their role as making up an atomic nucleus. The number of nucleons in a nucleus defines an isotope's mass or nuclei number.

Nucleons were thought to be elementary particles, until the 1960s, not made up of ...

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M. Porter, Senior Executive Answered 2 days  ago

Free protons will bind to electrons at sufficiently low temperatures. However, the character of such bound protons does not change, remaining the same. A fast proton moving through matter will slow down while interacting with electrons and nuclei, until it is captured by the electron cloud of an atom.

The result is a protonated atom, which is a chemical compound of hydrogen. When free ...