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Question: Microwaves have wavelengths around 10-6 m. X-rays have wavelengths around 10-10 m. Approximately how many X-ray crests could fit between two consecutive microwave crests?




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Benjamin Franklin

1706 - 1790

Benjamin Franklin was an American scientist, politician, statesman, publisher, author, inventor, philanthropist, and economic theorist. He was a founding father of the United States, and a symbol of the Enlightment and scientific revolution.

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Nitrogen

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Nitrogen is involved in both biotic and abiotic processes: fixation, ammonification, nitrification and denitrification.

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