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Homeostasis

Homeostasis

Homeostasis. Chapter 9. http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/science/add_aqa_pre_2011/homeo/homeosts.shtml. Homeostasis . Physiological state of the body Internal physical and chemical conditions are maintained within a tolerable range Includes

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6.3 Heat Capacity

6.3 Heat Capacity

6.3 Heat Capacity. If you were to heat up a pot of water on your stove top it would take a considerable amount of time. However, if you were to heat up the same amount of vegetable oil, under the same conditions , the oil would heat up more quickly.

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Thermal Energy Exchange between Carbon Nanotube Arrays and Air

Thermal Energy Exchange between Carbon Nanotube Arrays and Air

Integrated Carbon Nanotube Microfin Architectures Kordás K et al ., 2007. Factors Affecting Thermal Energy Transfer at Nanotube-Air Interface. Molecular Simulation of Heat Flow between of CN and Air. Schematic of CN & air system with heat source & heat sink.

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