Is neon a metal nonmetal or metalloid ?
Neon is a chemical element with symbol Ne and atomic number 10. It is a noble gas. Neon is a colorless, odorless, inert monatomic gas under standard conditions, with about two-thirds the density of air. It was discovered (along with krypton and xenon) in 1898 as one of the three residual rare inert elements remaining in dry air, after nitrogen, oxygen, argon and carbon dioxide were removed. Neon was the second of these three rare gases to be discovered, and was immediately recognized as a new element from its bright red emission spectrum. The name neon is derived from the Greek word, νέον, neuter singular form of νέος (neos), meaning new. Neon is chemically inert and forms no uncharged chemical compounds. The compounds of neon include ionic molecules, molecules held together by van der Waals forces and clathrates.
So, Neon is a NONMETAL.
- 1 Uncovered lightbulbs may expose food to which type of hazard ?
- 2 A phrase expressing the aim of a group or party ?
- 3 Excretion rates of drugs vary greatly depending upon ?
- 4 Chilling is most commonly practiced by ?
- 5 Which of the following should you expect while guarding detainees ?
- 6 What rhetorical strategies are used by Jonathan Edwards to convince his audience to join the Great Awakening movement?
- 7 For whom do members of the jvc work ?
- 8 Hch3co2 name ?
- 9 Describe how the flower is attached to the stem ?
- 10 What do rfc 349 and rfc 1700 have in common ?
- 11 Which of these helps qualify beowulf as an epic poem ?
- 12 You can trace the lineage of the nco back to ?
- 13 Which of the following statements about walden is not true ?
- 14 In which core leader competency is the warrior ethos exemplified ?
- 15 Southerners who were for redemption wanted which of the following ?
- 16 Which is the best definition of contrapposto ?
- 17 A yellow element that stinks when burned ?
- 18 Biped quadruped ostrich ?
- 19 Rule of occupation definition ?
- 20 What are three to nine chain carbohydrates called ?
- 21 What is another name for 23 ten thousands ?
- 22 The smoot hawley tariff had the direct effect of ?
- 23 Write the ions present in solution of pb c2h3o2 2 ?
- 24 Performed during the locate phase of the pr execution ?
Uncovered lightbulbs may expose food to which type of hazard ?
If it is CFL light bulb it can expose food to toxic mercury vapour.
All glass bulbs and tubes must have an unbreakable protective covering any where food is prepared. Whither standard bulb or florescent tubes.
So I guess the answer would be broken glass.
“Which” type of hazard? Generally, it’s a broken bulb sprinkling food with broken glass.
A phrase expressing the aim of a group or party ?
• the mission or purpose of the group – what business they are in
• the vision or direction they are headed – often expressed as the impact they want to have distinct from their purpose
• the strategies for how they will get from where they are today to where they are headed; these are broadly stated, like a 50,000 foot overview, and are typically few in number, usually no more than 3-5 key areas of focus
• the goals and objectives for how the strategies will be implemented; these are sometimes referred to as tactics or operational plans; there is usually no specific limit on the number of these, and they are more specific and not so far out in the future, often 1-2 years or less.
Slogan, a credo, War Whoop, or a motto.
Agenda” and “platform.
Primary goal” or “organizing principle(s)”.
Excretion rates of drugs vary greatly depending upon ?
Excretion rates of drugs vary greatly depending upon__________________.
A. How much of the drug was taken
B. The type of drug involved and medical condition of the person
C. The age and weight of the person
D. The type of drug and length of time since it was ingested
Chilling is most commonly practiced by ?
Food production industry.
Which of the following should you expect while guarding detainees ?
Anyone guarding a detainee in either a military or a prison environment needs to expect potentially hostile working conditions and the possibility of violence, according to GlobalSecurity.org. Constant vigilance is necessary to prevent an escape, per Army Study Guide.
Strict protocols help maintain the safety and security of detainees without compromising the safety of the guards. The number of guards in an area and the type of restraints used are determined by a supervisor or person of rank based upon a risk assessment, per the Seattle Police Department. Military detainees are frequently prohibited from speaking with each another to help prevent an escalation of violence or the possibility of escape, reports Army Study Guide.
Observation is an important responsibility for guards supervising detainees, per Army Study Guide. Any unusual or suspicious activity needs to be immediately reported to a supervisor. Detainees who are deemed dangerous to themselves or others are frequently segregated from the rest of the prisoners.
Guards also need to accept responsibility for the health of detainees in their care, states GlobalSecurity.org. This includes providing proper nutrition on a daily basis and medical care as needed. While guards do not issue medical care directly, they are responsible for making sure medical care is received once an injury or medical need is observed.
What rhetorical strategies are used by Jonathan Edwards to convince his audience to join the Great Awakening movement?
Edwards uses many rhetorical devices in “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” to convince his listeners to repent and join the Great Awakening. For example, he uses several figures of speech, including metaphors. In one example, he compares God’s enemies to “Heaps of light Chaff before the Whirlwind; or large Quantities of dry Stubble before devouring Flames.” In other words, God’s enemies are as weak and helpless as pieces of wheat before a large wind or dry tinder before a fire. Metaphors create visual images in his audience’s mind and help emphasize his message.
Edwards also makes use of the repetition of words and phrases to drive home his ideas. For example, he writes, “As he that walks in slippery Places is every Moment liable to fall; he can’t foresee one Moment whether he shall stand or fall the next; and when he does fall, he falls at once, without Warning.” These lines repeat the word “fall” to emphasize that one who is not saved by God is liable to fall into damnation at any moment, and the repetition of this word serves to emphasize the precarious nature of the unredeemed.
He also uses repeated sounds, or alliteration (starting words that are close together with the same sounds). An example is “Fire is made ready, the Furnace is now hot, ready to receive them, the Flames do now rage and glow.” The repeated use of the “f” sound at the beginning of words drives home the vision of a fire-filled furnace with flames that awaits the sinner.
Finally, Edwards uses an appeal to the audience’s emotions through techniques such as cataplexis, which is predicting doom for sinners. For example, Edwards says, “And you Children that are unconverted, don’t you know that you are going down to Hell, to bear the dreadful Wrath of that God that is now angry with you every Day, and every Night.” He prophecies damnation for those who do not join his movement.
For whom do members of the jvc work ?
“The Jesuit Volunteer Corps (JVC) is an organization of lay volunteers who dedicate one year or more to voluntary community service working with people in need–the homeless, abused women and children, immigrants and refugees, the mentally ill, people with HIV/AIDS and other illnesses, the elderly, children, and other marginalized groups.” [Wikipedia]
“Jesuit Volunteers are called to the mission of serving the poor directly, working for structural change in the United States, and accompanying people in developing countries.” [JVC site]
Hch3co2 name ?
HC2H3O2 or HCH3CO2 is acetic acid
Describe how the flower is attached to the stem ?
The receptacle is the axis (stem) to which the floral organs are attached. The receptacle or torus (an older term is thalamus, as in Thalamiflorae) is the thickened part of a stem (pedicel) from which the flower organs grow. Flowers attached to a main stem (peduncle) by stemlets (pedicel).
A pedicel is a stem that attaches a single flower to the inflorescence. In the absence of a pedicel, the flowers are described as sessile. Pedicel is also applied to the stem of the infructescence.
The stem or branch from the main stem of the inflorescence that holds a group of pedicels is called a peduncle.
What do rfc 349 and rfc 1700 have in common ?
Both RFC 349 and RFC 1700 have an Assignment number and both have wide standard functions. They also offer applications that offer link, socket, port, and protocol.
Which of these helps qualify beowulf as an epic poem ?
A. It was originally written in Old English
B.It describes true events.
C.It reflects both Christian and Pagan influences.
D. It describes supernatural monsters.
a. the protagonist escapes harm for most of the tale
b. reflects both pagan and christian values
c. not correct
d.it is written in a lofty serious style
D. It describes supernatural monsters.
A. the protagonist escapes harm for most of the tale
You can trace the lineage of the nco back to ?
You can trace the lineage of the NCO back to the french revolution
Which of the following statements about walden is not true ?
A. Walden includes Henry David Thoreau’s observations about nature and himself.
B. Walden models descriptive writing with strong, specific details and sensory words.
C. Walden led to Henry David Thoreau’s arrest.
D. Walden was written by the shores of a pond on property that belonged to Thoreau’s mentor, Ralph Waldo Emerson.
In July of 1846, while on his way to Concord to run an errand, Henry David Thoreau was arrested by the local sheriff for failure to pay a poll tax.
Thoreau, who believed this poll tax supported the Mexican-American war and the expansion of slavery into the Southwest, had stopped paying this tax in 1842 but the sheriff, Sam Staples, failed to take action against him for several years.
Not true: C. Walden led to Henry David Thoreau’s arrest.
In which core leader competency is the warrior ethos exemplified ?
Leads others The Warrior Ethos was articulated to reflect the values and beliefs that encompass the service men and women in the American military. The primary competency is a dedication to the service of our nation’s values and people.
Southerners who were for redemption wanted which of the following ?
They wanted to be in power, and have the Republicans be a minority group
Southerners who were for redemption wanted to return power to the white Democrats
Which is the best definition of contrapposto ?
A. an active pose
B. an s-shaped pose
C. a block-shaped pose
An asymmetrical arrangement of the human figure in which the line of the arms and shoulders contrasts with while balancing those of the hips and legs.
I think the answer is A. an active pose.
Contrapposto (Italian pronunciation: [kontrapˈposto]) is an Italian term that means counterpose. It is used in the visual arts to describe a human figure standing with most of its weight on one foot so that its shoulders and arms twist off-axis from the hips and legs. This gives the figure a more dynamic, or alternatively relaxed appearance. It can also be used to refer to multiple figures which are in counter-pose (or opposite pose) to one another. It can further encompass the tension as a figure changes from resting on a given leg to walking or running upon it (so-called ponderation). The leg that carries the weight of the body is known as the engaged leg, the relaxed leg is known as the free leg. Contrapposto is less emphasized than the more sinuous S Curve, and creates the illusion of past and future movement.
Contrapposto was an extremely important sculptural development, for its appearance marks the first time in Western art that the human body is used to express a psychological disposition. The balanced, harmonious pose of the Kritios Boy suggests a calm and relaxed state of mind, an evenness of temperament that is part of the ideal of man represented.
From this point onwards Greek sculptors went on to explore how the body could convey the whole range of human experience, culminating in the desperate anguish and pathos of Laocoön and His Sons (1st century CE) in the Hellenistic period.
A yellow element that stinks when burned ?
Sulfur smells like rotten egg and is yellow.
Biped quadruped ostrich ?
Biped : quadruped :: ostrich :
“Biped” means using 2 legs and “quadruped” means using 4 legs.
So we have: using 2 legs: using 4 legs.
Ostriches do in face use 2 legs.
Now we have to choose the 4-legged animal from the set of:
snake human kangaroo cat
And the answer is cat!
Snakes don’t have legs, and humans and Kangaroos have 2 legs each
Rule of occupation definition ?
Rule of occupation refers to a set of temporary rules that created by domestic armed forces when an area of a nation is taken over by the force of others.
During this situation, the usual law/constitution will not be applicable and the civilians will be required to wait for further instructions from government officials (usually because they’re used as a token for agreements)
What are three to nine chain carbohydrates called ?
What is another name for 23 ten thousands ?
Two hundred and thirty thousand
The smoot hawley tariff had the direct effect of ?
A.) providing loans to help banks and businesses.
B.) shantytowns being built across the country.
C.) Bonus Army demonstrations in Washington, DC.
D.) foreign countries refusing to buy American goods.
D.) foreign countries refusing to buy American goods.
Write the ions present in solution of pb c2h3o2 2 ?
Pb2+ and 2 C2H3O2-
Lead (II) and Acetate
Performed during the locate phase of the pr execution ?
Performed during the locate phase of the personnel recovery execution ?
1. transmit the report of an IMDC event
2. receive the report
3. validate the report
4. record IMDC event information
5. disseminate event information to all concerned
6. establish communication with IMDC
7. request support as required
8. start the pr incident folder
9. alert units