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E=MC2 (squared) Jeff Stewart page 3c graphite surfaces semi conduction metals atom bonds water molecules GAS

November 12, 2015

E=MC2 (squared) Jeff Stewart page 3c graphite surfaces semi conduction metals atom bonds water molecules GAS

see notes and sketches for page 3c here

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the idea girl says

the book E= MC2 (squared) by Jeff Stewart, Page 3c notes, see pages 1,2,3a,3b

notes say

____________________________ graphite surfaces

there’s two lines drawn each is a graphite surface.

FLUIDS + WATER + Plasma ————————-> Flows Through the two graphite surfaces

___________________________graphite surfaces

in between the two graphite surfaces < friction is reduced by keeping surfaces apart

DOWN ARROW  = LESS FRICTION

< HEAT = DOWN ARROW < HEAT

semi conductor, metals

< FRICTION —-> plasma +/- (O particle) = CHARGES = ELECTRONS

page 50 of the book notes

o <– WATER MOlecules are drawn

OOOOOO

compressed close together = ICE

OOOOOOO

O  0   o   0  O  = WATER molecules

(not compressed together)

on the right is a diagram of particles going in different directions as a GAS

and how it turns to WATER Vapour and then (O> = <0) Spin (right side clockwise, left side counter clockwise)

Gas water molecules

O <–O

AToM + BONDS

UP ARROW to ATOM = SOLID + H2O (water)

a box with up and down arrows in the middle

compress = stable gas

compress gas in water in a vacuum

375 gal water (1500l)

+ HEAT + GAS = 125 gal (500)

loses 2xs it’s weight

L/500 /500 500 = 2xs Hs weight

Hooke’s LAW

500 = Volume of Gas + water + Vapor (see 500 above in equation)

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