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The anomalous electron configuration of palladium (Pd) is $[Kr] \, 4d^{10} \, 5s^0$, where it achieves stability through a fully filled 4d subshell.

· Chemistry · Anomalous Electron Configuration · Stability Of Fully Filled Subshells

Author Johnathan Clark 15 Aug, 2024

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**Volume** is used to measure the concentration and strength of hydrogen peroxide.

· Chemistry · Concentration Measurement · Volume Unit

Author Johnathan Clark 15 Aug, 2024

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**Integral membrane proteins are usually transmembrane proteins**, possessing complex tertiary structures and diverse functions beyond structural roles.

· Biology · Transmembrane Proteins · Tertiary Structure

Author Rebecca Green 15 Aug, 2024

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To evaluate the integral in Gauss's Law, choose a Gaussian surface that matches the charge distribution’s symmetry, compute the electric flux $\oint_{\partial V} \mathbf{E} \cdot d\mathbf{A} = E \cdot A$, and set it equal to $\frac{Q_{\text{enc}}}{\epsilon_0}$ to solve for the desired quantity.

· Mathematics · Symmetry Of The Charge Distribution · Choice Of Gaussian Surface

Author Emily Rosen15 Aug, 2024

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The color arrangement in the visible light spectrum from low to high frequency is **Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet** ($R < O < Y < G < B < I < V$).

· Physics · Relationship Between Frequency And Wavelength · Color Sequence In The Visible Light Spectrum

Author Richard Hamilton15 Aug, 2024

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**Radio waves** and **X-rays** can transmit energy through a vacuum because they are forms of electromagnetic radiation and do not require a medium.

· Physics · Electromagnetic Radiation · Wave Propagation In A Vacuum

Author Richard Hamilton15 Aug, 2024

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The resistance of a wire depends on its **material** (resistivity, $\rho$), **length** ($L$), **cross-sectional area** ($A$), and **temperature** ($T$).

· Physics · Material Resistivity · Length Dependency

Author Richard Hamilton15 Aug, 2024

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The four main types of resistance forces are **mechanical resistance** (e.g., static and kinetic friction), **air resistance** $(F_d = \frac{1}{2} \rho v^2 C_d A)$, **fluid resistance** $(F_f = 6 \pi \eta r v)$, and **electrical resistance** $(V = IR)$.

· Physics · Friction (Static · Kinetic

Author Richard Hamilton15 Aug, 2024

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