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Coulomb Explosion

Typically, an explosive reaction occurs when an alkali metal like sodium or potassium is added to water as a result of heat release, steam formation, and ignition of the hydrogen gas that forms. 128 more words

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Coulomb

Coulomb’s law talks about the conditions an electron faces as it leaves an atom, and it has three main points. 1. Coulomb’s law states that protons have a positive charge and electrons have a negative charge. 306 more words

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Coulomb

Coulomb’s law talks about the conditions an electron faces as it leaves an atom, and it has three main points. 1. Coulomb’s law states that protons have a positive charge and electrons have a negative charge. 306 more words

Amp it up, Andre!

Typical day in a classroom in Southern Adelaide a few years ago, when I was still teaching Science:

~”How many electrons are needed to make a cup of tea?” 603 more words

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