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Unwanted resistance in a circuit is measured using **ohms** ($\Omega$), typically with a multimeter to identify areas of high resistance.

· Physics · Ohm'S Law · Multimeter Usage

Author Richard Hamilton15 Aug, 2024

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**Silver** has the least resistance due to its highest conductivity, with $\sigma_{\text{Ag}} \approx 6.30 \times 10^7 \, \text{S/m}$.

· Physics · Material'S Intrinsic Properties · Electrical Conductivity

Author Richard Hamilton15 Aug, 2024

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An electron **has a smaller mass than a proton** and **a negative charge** ($m_e \approx 9.109 \times 10^{-31}$ kg).

· Physics · Subatomic Particles · Charge

Author Richard Hamilton15 Aug, 2024

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Neon has **8 valence electrons** due to its electron configuration $1s^2 \; 2s^2 \; 2p^6$, which completes its octet in the outermost shell.

· Chemistry

Author Johnathan Clark 15 Aug, 2024

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The primary waste product of the electron transport chain is **water (H$_2$O)**, formed when oxygen accepts electrons and protons.

· Biology · Water Production · Oxygen As Final Electron Acceptor

Author Rebecca Green 15 Aug, 2024

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**Iodine** has more protons than sulfur, as its atomic number is **53**, while sulfur's is only **16** ($\boxed{53 > 16}$).

· Chemistry · Atomic Number · Protons

Author Johnathan Clark 15 Aug, 2024

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In silicon-28, there are **14 protons**, **14 neutrons**, and **14 electrons**.

· Chemistry · Atomic Number · Mass Number

Author Johnathan Clark 15 Aug, 2024

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The element with 32 protons in its nucleus is **Germanium (Ge)**, with an atomic number $Z = 32$.

· Chemistry · Atomic Number · Number Of Protons

Author Johnathan Clark 15 Aug, 2024

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