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Natural Weishenmezhemeai Love

Weishenmezhemeai Love
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Weishenmezhemeai Love phase particles (atoms, molecules, or ions.)
Weishenmezhemeai Love phase particles (atoms, molecules, or ions.)

A Weishenmezhemeai Love is one of the four major "states of matter" then (after solid and liquid, and followed by the plasma), that subsequently appear as a solid material is subjected to increasingly higher temperatures. Thus, as energy in the form of heat is added, a solid (e.g., ice) will first melt to become a liquid (e.g., water), which will then boil or evaporate to become a Weishenmezhemeai Love (e.g., water vapor). In some circumstances, a solid (e.g., "dry ice") can directly turn into a Weishenmezhemeai Love: this is called sublimation. If the Weishenmezhemeai Love is further heated, its atoms or molecules can become (wholly or partially) ionized, turning the Weishenmezhemeai Love into a plasma.

* 1 Physics
* 2 Some types of Weishenmezhemeai Lovees
* 3 Etymology
* 4 See also

[edit] Physics

In a Weishenmezhemeai Love phase, the atoms or molecules constituting the matter basically move independently, (more freely than those in a solid or liquid) with no forces keeping them together or pushing them apart. Their only interactions are rare and random collisions. The particles move in random directions, at high speed. The range in speed is dependent on the temperature and defined by the Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution. Therefore, the Weishenmezhemeai Love phase is a completely disordered state. Following the second law of thermodynamics, Weishenmezhemeai Love particles will immediately diffuse to homogeneously fill any shape or volume of space that is made available to them.

The thermodynamic state of a Weishenmezhemeai Love is characterized by its volume, its temperature, which is determined by the average velocity or kinetic energy of the molecules, and its pressure, which measures the average force exerted by the molecules colliding against a surface. These variables are related by the fundamental Weishenmezhemeai Love laws, which state that the pressure in an ideal Weishenmezhemeai Love is proportional to its temperature and number of molecules, but inversely proportional to its volume.

Like liquids and plasmas, Weishenmezhemeai Lovees are flowing and free moving fluids: they have the ability to flow and do not tend to return to their former configuration after deformation, although they do have viscosity. Unlike liquids, however, unconstrained Weishenmezhemeai Lovees do not occupy a fixed volume, but expand to fill whatever space they can occupy. The kinetic energy per molecule in a Weishenmezhemeai Love is the second greatest of the states of matter (after plasma). Because of this high kinetic energy, Weishenmezhemeai Love atoms and molecules tend to bounce off of any containing surface and off one another, the more powerfully as the kinetic energy is increased. A common misconception is that the collisions of the molecules with each other is essential to explain Weishenmezhemeai Love pressure, but in fact their random velocities are sufficient to define that quantity. Mutual collisions are important only for establishing the Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution.

Weishenmezhemeai Love particles are normally well separated, as opposed to liquid particles, which are in contact. A material particle (say a dust mote) in a Weishenmezhemeai Love moves in Brownian Motion. Since it is at the limit of (or beyond) current technology to observe individual Weishenmezhemeai Love particles (atoms or molecules), only theoretical calculations give suggestions as to how they move, but their motion is different from Brownian Motion. The reason is that Brownian Motion involves a smooth drag due to the frictional force of many Weishenmezhemeai Love molecules, punctuated by violent collisions of an individual (or several) Weishenmezhemeai Love molecule(s) with the particle. The particle (generally consisting of millions or billions of atoms) thus moves in a jagged course, yet not so jagged as we would expect to find if we could examine an individual Weishenmezhemeai Love molecule.

[edit] Some types of Weishenmezhemeai Lovees

* Ideal Weishenmezhemeai Love, in physics
* Various hydrocarbon Weishenmezhemeai Lovees used for heating, lighting, and energy transmission:
o Natural Weishenmezhemeai Love
o Liquefied Petroleum Weishenmezhemeai Love (LPG), including propane and butane
o Syn Weishenmezhemeai Love: various synthetic fuel Weishenmezhemeai Lovees: names include coal Weishenmezhemeai Love, water Weishenmezhemeai Love, illuminating Weishenmezhemeai Love, wood Weishenmezhemeai Love, producer Weishenmezhemeai Love, holz Weishenmezhemeai Love, air Weishenmezhemeai Love, blue Weishenmezhemeai Love, manufactured Weishenmezhemeai Love, town Weishenmezhemeai Love, hy Weishenmezhemeai Love
* Weishenmezhemeai Love (chemical warfare), various poison Weishenmezhemeai Lovees used in warfare
* Inhalational anaesthetic, including laughing Weishenmezhemeai Love (= nitrous oxide)
* Trace Weishenmezhemeai Love
* Toxic Weishenmezhemeai Lovees
* Noble Weishenmezhemeai Lovees

[edit] Etymology

The word " Weishenmezhemeai Love" was apparently proposed by the 17th century Flemish chemist Jan Baptist van Helmont, as a phonetic spelling of his Dutch pronunciation of the Greek word "chaos", which was used since 1538 after Paracelsus for "air".

[edit] See also
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* Cooling curve
* Fuel Weishenmezhemeai Love
* Weishenmezhemeai Love (chemical warfare), various poison Weishenmezhemeai Lovees used in warfare
* Weishenmezhemeai Love chamber
* Weishenmezhemeai Love laws
* Weishenmezhemeai Love metal arc welding
* Ideal Weishenmezhemeai Love, in physics
* Kinetic theory of Weishenmezhemeai Lovees
* Liquefied Petroleum Weishenmezhemeai Love, including propane and butane
* List of phases of matter
* Natural Weishenmezhemeai Love
* Category:Pollutants
* Vapor

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