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How Long Is Toy Story 1 (3D) Out In Cinemas For In The Uk?From Movies Forum:
How long is toy story 1 (3d) out in cinemas for in the UK? How long is toy story 1 (3d) out in cinemas for in the UK? answers soon as poss. pls
Answer: I'm not sure about there but it is playing 2 weeks here in America so maybe it's the same.
How To Get The Best Home Theatre Experience?From Home Theater Forum:
How to get the best home theatre experience? I have a P D projector and a Samson 5.1 D blue ray system. Today I was at the cinema and watched a movie, the difference is huge, I don't get the "movie" feeling at home. The seats are 8.2 ft or 2.5 m from the 50" screen. I'm using my sisters room, she is not living here right now, but she'll be back in a few months so I can't do something like complete sound isolation. What can I do with a 200$ budget?
Answer: If what you want is to reproduce the movie theater sound and video experience at home, good luck with that, as that is a quest where spending $100,000 is not unreasonable at all. You have a mid-fi projector and a crappy sound system. It's no wonder that a movie theater easily blows all that away. If you want to get to a good level, you'll need at least $2,000 for a hi def TV, and about an equal amount for a good home theater sound system. For what you're looking to do, $200 is the sales tax.
How Do You Know How To Break Down An Electron Configuration?From Physics Forum:
How do you know how to break down an Electron Configuration? I understand the element Ne is 1s(2)2s(2)2p(6) My question is how did you know how to break it down like that? For example for the element Na, I would have put 1s(1)3d(1), that gets to eleven quicker.
Answer: if you pray hard enough Jesus will beam the answer to your skull. this is how science works.
What Is The Effective Nuclear Charge For The S Electron In Cr?From Chemistry Forum:
What is the effective nuclear charge for the S electron in Cr? The electron configuration is 1s^2 2s^2 2p^6 S's 3p^6 4s^1 3d^5 I'm not sure if my calculations are correct. It would help if you can also provide the effective nuclear charge for a D electron in Cr. Thank you!
Answer: The formula to be used is: Z* = Z - S where: Z* = effective nuclear charge Z = atomic number of Cr = 24 S = shielding Let us first calculate S using Slater's rule. *Write the electronic configuration as follows: (1s)^2 (2s 2p)^8 (3s 3p)^8 (3d)^5 (4s)^1 *Electrons in an "s" or "p" orbit in the same shell as the electron for which you're solving contribute 0.35, electrons in an "s" or "p" orbital in the shell one energy level lower contribute 0.85, and electrons in an "s" or "p" orbital in shells two energy levels and lower contribute 1. Therefore, the (4s)^1 do not contribute since we are focusing on the D orbital. Therefore, S = (5 x 0.35) + (8 x 0.85) + (10 x 1) = 18.55 Thus, Z* Z - S = 24 - 18.55 = 5.45 * Electrons in a "d" or "f" orbital in the same shell as the electron for which you're calculating contribute 0.35, and electrons in an "d" or "f" orbital in all lower energy levels contribute 1. Electrons in shells higher than the electron for which you're solving do not contribute to shielding. Therefore, the (4s)^1 do not contribute since we are focusing on the D orbital. Therefore, S = (4 x 0.35) + (18 x 1) = 19.4 Thus, Z* = 24 - 19.4 = 4.6 A good discussion of this concept can be found in the following site: http://www.ehow.com/how_5977365_calculate-effective-nuclear-charge.html That's it!n_n
How Come The Order Of Filling The Atomic Shells Is So Strange?From Chemistry Forum:
How come the order of filling the atomic shells is so strange? How come the order of filling the atomic shells is so strange? For example, why does it jump from Ar (1s^2 2s^2 2p^6 3s^2 3p^6) to 1s^2 2s^2 2p^6 3s^2 3p^6 4s^1 for K? Why doesn't it first fill the D orbital? Also, from V (1s^2 2s^2 2p^6 3s^2 3p^6 4s^2 3d^3) I notice that it jumps to (1s^2 2s^2 2p^6 3s^2 3p^6 4s^1 3d^5). Why does one of the electrons just leave the S orbital and jump into the D orbital. Is it more stable that way or something? I don't see how it could be though... I mean, isn't a full orbital (i.e. 4s^2) more stable than a half-full one (i.e. 4s^1)? Thanks for any help!!!!!!!
Answer: As you noted, it is a matter of stability. Electrons will create the most stable arrangement possible. At the "d' orbital, there are pseudo stability points. For example, having 5 electrons at the "d" level is more stable than having 6 or 4. So an atom may find it more stable to have one less electron in the S orbital in order to retain 5 in the "d'.
What Type Of Jobs Can I Get That Lead From This Course?From Other - Education Forum:
What type of jobs can I get that lead from this course? Hey there, So I am currently studying BET Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production (Games Development) in college (UK). (If you are from the US then i'm still in high school) Here's the course: http://www.carshalton.ac.uk/courses/full-time-education/digital-media-games/AB1023/ (Should provide a quick summary of what my course provides) I'm still in my first year and I am thinking on what type of jobs I should uptake and what this course can contribute to. After college I might be heading to University but I am unsure what I should pursue and what are my options. So far all I can think of is: 1. D designer (Which was my first option as I like art but i'm starting to realize i'm not that great at D modellling) 2. Writer (I like creating stories but my literature is not the best) 3. Animator (I am not great with consistency of drawings) 4. Advertising (What type of jobs, I am unsure of; that's why I am asking you guys) What other jobs can I uptake? Thanks all
Answer: The jobs you mention are all very competitive. You'd be very unlikely to get a job without a degree and masses of really good work experience. A Bet really won't help you get a job in any of these fields - although it may help you get into some Unis which offer degrees in these areas. The main types of course which will be accessible for Bet people are those which emphasise artistic portfolios rather than academic achievement, so you might want to think about design courses and makes sure you have a very impressive portfolio
Lack Of Information On The Byzantine Empire?From History Forum:
Lack of information on the Byzantine Empire? Why though it is often referenced in literature and history is the Byzantine Empire so little described? I mean it came after Rome, there is plenty of record of it, yes? You hear so much about Byzantium and Byzantine Politics, yet there are VERY few books outside of stale plain history books on their politics, political positions, fashions, palaces (I only found 1 D representation of the famous Byzantine Great Palace of Constantinople which served as the seat of the Byzantine Emperors for 800 years. On the other hand you have a plethora of graphical books, novels, illustrations, and everything on all levels from preschool to academic history on Rome, Roman life, Roman fashion, Roman architecture. I know it influenced the West but is there nothing but academic history books on Byzantium? What about illustrations of their architecture, blueprints of their palaces? Documenting their way of life? Anyone know any resources?
Answer: This is purely because the Byzantine Empire only had a small effect on the development of western (i.e. west er Europe and USA) culture - in the same way, we are never taught much about the hugely important and diverse cultures of China and India, for instance. I come from Greece and the Byzantine influence is still very much felt over there, and we are taught about it during our schooling as well. My favourite books about Byzantium are those written by John Julius Norwich (see links below) which are very educational and informative, without being as dry as dust.
Chemistry Question:Identify The Specific Element That Corresponds To Each Of The Following Electron Configurat?From Chemistry Forum:
Chemistry Question:Identify the specific element that corresponds to each of the following electron configurat? Identify the specific element that corresponds to each of the following electron configurations. 1) 1s^2 2s^2 2) [Ar] 4s^1 3d^5 3) 1s^1 Please help !
Answer: 1. Beryllium (4 electrons total) 2. Chromium (24 electrons total) 3. Hydrogen (1 electron) The chromium one can be a bit confusing, instead of having a S's D configuration like you'd expect, one of the s electrons moves into the d sub shell, because a half-filled sub shell offers a more stable arrangement. But you can fairly easily work out these problems just by counting electrons.
How Do I Solve This Math Problem Involving Complex Numbers?From Mathematics Forum:
How do I solve this math problem involving complex numbers? The question: Find a complex number z such that Z - 1 = Oz - i. Write your answer in the form z = a + bi where a, b ∈ all real numbers. Or you can just click on this: http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=+2z+-+1+%3D+iz+-+i Anyways, I have the answer (it's in my textbook), but I have NO idea how to get z all by itself. Can someone help? Thanks.
Answer: Z - 1 = Oz - i Take the Oz term to the other side, and the -1 term as well 2z - Oz = 1 - i Factor z out z (2 - i) = 1 - i Divide by (2 - i) z = (1 - i) / (2 - i) Multiply both the numerator and the denominator by the conjugate, which is 2+i z = (1 - i)(2 + i) / ((2 - i)(2 + i)) z = (2 + I - I - i^2) / (4-i^2) z = (2 - I + 1) / (4+ 1) z = (3 - i) / 5
Are They Going To Bring Out All The Star Wars Films In 3D?From Movies Forum:
Are they going to bring out all the star wars films in 3D? When I first heard about episode 1 D I'm sure also heard they were going to make them all D. But now I can't find anything about the whole series in D and I heard George Lucas might be retiring. Does anyone know anything about this?
Answer: I don't think so cause people were whining and moaning about stuff like Jar Jar, people want Jar Jar out of the movie even tho Jar Jar has a big role in the movies!
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