gases nobles

Somali Astronomical/Astrological terms

Astronomy/Astrology;
Space = Fagaagga
Space and Time = Fagaagga iyo Semen
Solar System = Iskujoogga qorraxda
The Solar System = Isku-joog qorraxeed
Galaxies = Diillimo-caanoodyo


Planets = Meerayaasha
Planet = Meere
Planet = Malluug

The Sun = Qorraxda
Moon = Dayax
Mercury = Dusaa
Venus = Waxaraxirta(Sugra) ama Bakool
Earth = Dhulka
Mars = Farraare
Jupiter = Cirjeex
Saturn = Raage
Uranus = Uraano
Neptune = Docay

Saturn rings = Garaangaraha Raage ama Saxal
Dwarf planet = meere-cillin ah
Nebulae = Ciiryamada xiddigaha
Crab Nebula = Ciiryaamada
Super Nova = Xiddig dhimanaaya


Asteroids = Dhadhaabyo
Comets = Dibdheeryo
Meteorider = Burburka jibinta ama xiddigaha ridma
Meteor = Jibin
Meteorites = cir-kasoo-dhac ama shiidmadoobe

Light Year = If-sanadeed
Black holes = Dalool-madowbaha
Open Universe = Koonka Furan
Closed Universe = Koonka Xiran
Expanding Universe = isbaahidda Koonka
Light = ifka
Speed of Light = Xawliga ifka
Cosmos = Koonka
Color Spectrum = shucaaca ilayska-ifka

Lunar Eclipse = Dayax-madoobaad
Solar Eclipse = Qorrax-madoobaad
Calendar = Shintiris-sanadeedka
Leap Year = Sanad shindhalad ah

Astronomy = Xiddiga'aqoonta
Astronomers = ogaalyahannada xiddigo-aqoonta
Satellite = Dayaxgacmeed
Navigation Satellites = Hagidda dayaxgacmeedyada
Space Exploration = Sahminta fagaagga sare adduunka
Earth-based observatories = Rugaha kuurgalka fagaagga dhulkaku Saldhigan
Research Centres = Rugo cilmibaaris
Spacecraft = Gaadiidka Cir-maaxidda
Spaceships = Maraakiibta cir-maaxidda
Robot Vehicle = Alaadaha dadoobisan
Telescope = Doorbin
Mirror = Biladdaye
Lenses = Quraarada cadaska
Zoom = Waxweyneynta
Observatories = Rugo-kuurgal


Spherical = Ugxan
Rotation = meerwareeg
Rotate = udub-wareeg
North Pole = Qudbiga waqooyi
South Pole = Qudbiga konfur
Northern Lights = Wirwirka Qudbiga woqoyi
Southern Lights = Wirwirka Qudbiga koofureede
Equator = dhulbaraha

Core = Bu’
Inner core = Bu’da gudo-xigeenka
Sulfuric Acid = aashitada kibriidka
Greenhouse effect = kulaylkaydinta

Astronomical unit = Halbeegga xiddigaha
Diameter = Dhexroorka
Formula = Hab-xisaabeed

Particles = bitaanbitooyin
Anti-Particles = lidka-bitaanbitooyinka
Particles = iniino
Nuclear reaction = iskushubmidda bu'aha
Magnetic Field = Birlabta
Charge electricity = Cabbeynta Shixnadaha Jacda

Gravitational Forces = cuf-isjiidashada ama xoogga-jiiddada
Gravity = Cuf-jiiddada
Circuit: Mareegta
Current= Qulqulka
Forces = Xoogag
Earth’s gravity = Xoogga-jiiddada dhulka

Inertia Law = Xogta qaynuunka nuuxsi wax-negaadsan
Acceleration = Xowli
Response Act = Qaynuunka falka iyo falcelinta
Theory of Relativity = Fikriga isudhiganka
Quantum Theory = Fikriga imisada ama meeqada
Mass = Jir
Energy = Tabarta
Relative = Hadba Rogmada
Electromagnetic wavelengths = Dhererka hirarka ku danabeysan birlabta

Pyramids = Taallo-tiirriyaadyo
Zodiac = Cutubka Meecaad
Constellations = Cutubyada xiddigaha


Aries = laxo
Scorpion =daba-alleele ama dib-qallooc
Cancer = naaf
Gemeni = mataanaha
Virgo = afaggaal
Sagittarius = dameerajoogeen
Pleiades =Urur
Leo = Libaax


Capacitor = Madhxiye
Resistor = Caabiye
Diode = Laba Qotinle
Transformer = Dooriye
Socod Karaarsan = Accelerated Motion
Samaan = Time
Barobax = Displacement
Fogaan = Distance
Karaar = Acceleration
Keynaan = Velocity
Xawaare = Speed
Celcelis = Average
Socod Winiin = Circular Motion
Barobax –xagleed = Angular Displacement
Gacan = Radius
Karaar –xagleed = Angular Acceleration
Keynaan –xagleed = Angular Velocity
Xoog = Force
Culeys = Weight
Xoog –cuf –isjiidad = Gravitational Force
Xoog –dilaac = Shear Force
Xoog –giigsan = Tensile Force (tension)
Xoog –islis = Frictional Force
Xoog –ligan = Normal Force
Xoog –taab = Tangential Force
Xoog –urrur = Compressive Force (compression)
Xoog –xudumeed = Centripetal Force
Weheliyaha isliska = Coefficient of Friction
Daafad = Momentum
Daafad –xagleed = Angular Momentum
Gujo = Impulse
Gujo –xagleed = Angular impulse
Kalka = Period
Maroojin = Moment
Maroojinta Wahsiga = Moment of inertia (Angular mass)
Walhade = Pendulum
Tamar = Energy
Hawl = Work
Awood = Power
Tamar-keyd = Potential Energy
Tamar-socod = Kinetic Energy


Speed = Xawaare
Velocity = Kaynaan
Acceleration = Karaar (I think this is more appropriate than xowli and this is how i remember it from Fiisigiska)
Deceleration = Karaar-jab


Average Velocity: Kaynaan Celcelis
Momentum: Daabadayn
Diffusion: Saydhin
Capacitor: Madhxinta
Capacitance Capacitor: Madhxinta madhxiye
Radio Activity: Kaah
Infrared: Casaan Dhiimeed
Decay: Qudhmis
Decay series: Qudhmis isdaba Joog
Resistance: Iska caabin
Concave Mirror: Bikaaco Golxeed
Convex Mirror: Bikaaco Tuureed
Virtual Image: Humaag Beeneed
Real Image: Humaag runeed
Displace Ment: Baro bixin
Noble gases: Hawooyinka Wahsada
Vector: Leeb
Hir = Wave
Daryan = Echo
Itaal = Intensity
Tooxda maqalka = Range of audibility
Danan = Pitch
Isku duba-dhac = Resonance
Ileys = Light
Noqod = Reflection
Daahfurran/gudbiye = Transparent
Falaar abaareed = Incident ray
Golxo = Concave
Tuur = Convex
Xagasha qiirqiirka = Critical angle

Xisaab - Maths

Tiro = Number
Tiro tirsiimo = Natural number
Tiro idil = Whole number
Abyoone = Integer
Jajab/Tiro lakab = Rational number
Mutaxan = Prime
Farac = Composite
Tiro maangal ah = Real number
Tiro maangad ah = Imaginary number
Tiro kakan = Complex number
Wadar = Sum
Faraq = difference
Taran = Product
Qeyb = Quotient
Urur = Set
Hormo-urur = Subset
Hormo-urur quman = Proper subset
Dhextaal = Intersection
Isutag = Union
Duleedin = Complement
Aljebro = Algebra
Doorsoome = Variable
Tibix = Term
Hawraar = Expression
Tibxaale = Polynomial
Heer = Degree
Hawraar lakab = Rational expression
Isirayn = Factorization
Isir = Factor
Isle’eg = Equation
Isle’eg toosan = Linear equation
Isle’eg wadajira = Simultaneous equation
Sunsun = Sequence
Dareerimo = Series
Faansaar = Function
Wanqar = Symmetry
Tikraar = Intercept
Made = Asymptote
Tiirada = Slope
Weydaar = Inverse
Qiime sugan = Absolute value
Xididshe = Radical
Saabley = Quadratic equation


Joomitiri - Geometry

Bar = Point
Xariiq = Line
Xagal = Angle
Fool = Bearing
Barbaro = Parallel
Qoton = Perpendicular
Sallax = Plane
Goobo = Circle
Gacan = Radius
Dhexroor/Dhexfur = Diameter
Qaanso = Arc
Fatuuq = Sector
Labojibaarane = Square
Dhinac = Side
Laydi = Rectangle
Joog = Length
Balac = Width
Saddex-xagal = Triangle
Sal = base
Dherer = Height
Gundho = Centroid
Barbaroole = Parallelogram
Koor = Trapezoid
Qardhaas = Rhombus
Gunbur = Pyramid
Toobin = Cone
Dhululubo = Cylinder
Gabal Toobineed = Conic section
Goobo = Circle
Saab = Parabola
Gees = Vertex
Jeedshe = Directrix
Kulmis = Focus
Qabaal = Ellipse
Kulmisyo = Foci
Dhidib weyne = Major axis
Dhidib yare = Minor axis
Labosaab = Hyperbola
Dhidib-wadaaje = Transverse axis
Dhidib-xisti = Conjugate axis
Taxaneyaal = Matrices
Taxane = Matrix
Jiiftax = Row
Joogtax = Colunm
Suge = Determinant
Leeb = Vector
Itimaal = Probability
Abnaqan = Factorial
Raaboqaad = Permutation
Racayn = Combination
Waqdhac = Event
Xigidda = Differentiation
Xad = Limit
Xigsin = Derivative
Lid-xigsin = antiderivative
Abyan = Integration
Abyane huban = Definite integral

anonymous asked:

I was wondering if you knew if Helium was a major component of clothing and/or human poop. What I want to know is, how come I weigh myself in the morning, then take off my bed clothes and go to the bathroom (for the usual reason one goes to the bathroom) and then on a whim I weigh myself again and I weigh MORE than I did the first time??? I mena, how is that possible?

It is more likely to be your flatus than the fecal material that is throwing your weight off. Human flatus (farts) are 43% argon, 39 % helium and the 18%, other noble gases. 

So, when you fart, you actually gain weight. This is one of the reasons why people with high-fiber diets, tend to lose weight - they are literally being lifted from the inside. 

Either that - or household scales are imprecise and not a very good tool to measure your progress. 

Estoy muy aburrida y quiero hacer algo. Publicaré algunos estados de whatsapp que he puesto y ustedes asocien un signo a cada uno de ellos. O si quieren, digan con cual se sienten identificados y digan su signo.

1. En realidad no me importa nada y lo culpo en que soy joven.

2. La persona de mis sueños soy yo, pero con más dinero.

3. No sabemos la religión de nuestro gato, así que no podemos obligarlo a celebrar navidad.

4. Seguro tienes menos vida social que los gases nobles.

5. Sólo porque no pueda vivir de fideos, no significa que no viviré de fideos.

6. Quiero estar contigo en una cama de rosas. Todas las rosas tienen espinas. Te odio.

7. Si tus panes se enojan, ponles mantequilla para que se calmen.

8. Pedirme que me ponga un pantalón talla 12 es como pedirle a un dinosaurio meterse a una caja de zapatos.

9. Okay, pero es raro ver a la gente ponerse “filosófica” y que cometan errores de ortografía. Como que lo arruinan todo.

10. Dormir es uno de mis mejores talentos. O sea, lo puedo hacer con los ojos cerrados.

11. No, no te prestaré mi lápiz. Porque luego querrás mi calculadora, Austria, Checoslovaquia y terminarás invadiendo Polonia y no quiero eso.

12. Amo las weas románticas, pero luego recuerdo que mi vida amorosa es como un unicornio rosa que vomita arcoiris. Inexistente.

13. Quiero publicar un estado… OMAIGA MI SUEÑO SE ESTÁ CUMPLIENDO. ES BEIO. HOLA MAMI.

14. Todo lo que podría desear lo encuentro en las profundidades de mi corazón… Excepto el dinero.

15. Las pruebas de lenguaje son como la ruleta rusa: no sabes si saldrás vivo o morirás.

16. No me molestaría conocer a un alíen y que me diseccionaran. Al menos contribuiría a la ciencia extraterrestre.

17. Las papas me hablan a un nivel espiritual.

18. (҂⌣̀_⌣́) “Ki ti pa con la Brittani” Grandes pensadores contemporáneos - El Brayatan.

19. Yo sobreviviré a lo que sea con tal de cumplir mi meta de la dominación mundial.

20. Le he declarado la guerra al pollo congelado.

21. Yo me sentiría sexy si usara un disfraz de calamar.

22. Debo inventar una frase creativa para esta tontera, pero ni modo con esta flojera.

23. Malditos mayas, arruinaron a los mayas.

24. Si me pagaran por cada vez que me dijeron que soy genial, le debería dinero al mundo.

25. ¿Cómo sería si los hongos tuvieran patas y conquistaran el mundo?

26. Cuando termine de dar un consejo, siempre diré “Pero no sé”, porque yo no me haré cargo de la cagada que te mandaste por escucharme.

27. La única forma en que pueden sacar romance de mi, es si me piden escribir un poema sobre mi comida favorita.

28. Mi forma de comunicarme se resume en dar discursos sobre cómo ayer comí un choripan.

29. Sabes que la humanidad está jodida, cuando “otubre” es una palabra en la RAE.

30. Eres 68 kilos de ira. Utilízalos bien.

31. Tratar de entender la teoría de cuerdas es como explicarle a una planta el sentido de la vida.

Let’s all start posting about Suiso-chan no Bōken, the four panel slice-of-life comedy manga about Hydrogen-chan, a rather simple but loveable girl who bonds with everyone but the snooty Noble Gases, her rich, oujo-esque senpai Goluda and Siluba, her hilariously toxic best frend Oxygen, her accident prone classmate Tungsten, and her cold and aloof, white-haired older sister Osmium.

I was reading this Chemistry book by Oliver Sacks and in the footnote, he talked about how he as a child wanted Xenon, a noble gas, to bond with another element cause he thought noble gases were lonely since they rarely bond with other elements. He wanted Fluorine to bond with Xenon cause Fluorine was dangerous and chaotic. And then in the 1960s, someone discovered a compound of Xenon and Fluorine occurring naturally. And he was so happy talking about it and then I started crying because his otp was canon and

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Plasma ball demonstrations Part II

Top row: Helium, krypton, and neon noble gases are ionized in their glass tubes. The plasma globe’s strong electric field rips the electrons off their atoms and as they return to their various orbitals (levels around an atom) they give off light in that element’s characteristic spectrum.

Bottom row: The plasma ball provides a safe source of high voltage that allows the use of cathode ray tubes (you can also find them in a plasma television screen) to explore how electrons are deflected by magnetic fields. 

Part I here.

Elemental Profile: Neon

Neon is the tenth element on the periodic table. It has ten protons and electrons, and, though fairly common in the universe, is very rare on Earth.

On the periodic table, it falls into the group of noble gases, the right most column, or group. The noble gases are all odorless, colorless gases that are extremely nonreactive or chemically inert. This is because the outer valence electron shells of these gases are already filled and neon doesn’t need to bond with other atoms to get a full set of electrons.

Neon is a monoatomic gas, meaning it usually exists as individual neon atoms. This is especially true because it is a noble gas and does not bond easily with other molecules.

The reason for neon’s rarity is that it doesn’t form compounds to fix it to solids, and is highly volatile.

Source.

anonymous asked:

I have this headcanon that Enjolras gets so distracted??? So easily??? Like he's super driven and focused when he's in The Zone tm but if he's not, or if he's doing something he isn't really passionate about because he has to, he's just ??? So easy to distract??? And then Grantaire of course uses this to his full advantage

Holy shit, anon, you’re speaking my language here! Let me try and do this justice. 


“Grantaire, for the last time, please stop touching my hair.” Enjolras sounded desperate, and, by this point, he sort of was. He had a chemistry exam to study for, no Ferre for help, and the periodic table was quickly becoming a blur of colors in his eyes instead of anything close to usable information. The gentle tug of Grantaire’s fingers in his hair was driving him to further distraction, and the numbers and letters on the page kept swimming away from him instead of staying put and making sense like they were supposed to.

Grantaire dropped his hands away at the half-command, abandoning the partly finished braid. He took two steps back and fell onto the bed they definitely did not share more nights than not with a heavy whmph. “You didn’t mind it yesterday,” he said, feigning hurt feelings.

Enjolras tapped out a rhythm with his pencil eraser, frustratingly more focused on the specific spot than the words. “Yesterday it was history. History makes sense. It all fits together, and I understand it,” he muttered, adding a secondary beat with his heel. “Human nature I get, but this? I can’t understand the motivations of carbon atoms or heavy metals or noble gases.” He pulled a face at the word noble. “It’s all nonsense.”

Grantaire barked a laugh. “Only you could find the human condition an easier thing to comprehend than basic chemistry, Apollo.”

Enjolras turned, scowling, and chucked a spare eraser at his head. “Are you going to lay there and mock me or actually try and be helpful?”

“I’m good with mocking, thanks. Especially if you’re going to start throwing things at me.”

Enjolras turned back to the pages, despair in his eyes. “Why do I have to take this?” he asked, though whether that was directed at Grantaire or whatever deity oversaw his class assignments was unclear. “I’m doing two full courses here. History and law. Why, by everything that is good in this world, would I ever need chemistry?”

Grantaire pushed himself back up to sit, legs crossed. “How the hell should I know?” He tossed the eraser back; it pinged off the back of Enjolras’ chair and bounced away across the floor. “Maybe because great minds like yours and simple ones like mine are simply not allowed to dwell only on what they enjoy. It’s that ‘expanding horizons’ part of college kicking in.”

Enjolras swiveled his chair around. “Don’t call yourself ‘simple,’” he said flatly. “You’re in this class, too?”

Grantaire rolled his eyes. “Failed it twice.” He scooted to the edge of the bed and stretched far enough to hook his foot around the support of Enjolras’ chair. “I think I know what you need.”

“Coffee?”

Grantaire pulled the chair over and away from the desk. Enjolras floundered for his book but only managed to keep hold of his pencil and a few note pages. He whined, staring forlornly at his now distant assignment until Grantaire’s calloused hand grazed over his jaw and drew him away.

“Definitely not coffee.” The artist combed the fingers of his free hand through Enjolras’ hair, undoing his work on the braid. “Different kind of distraction.”

“Grantaire, please-”

Grantaire started an exaggeratedly slow chain of kisses at the base of his partner’s neck.

“-I really need to-”

A thumb grazed over Enjolras’ lips, catching an accidental kiss as they formed an o.

“This test is in the morn-”

A gentle nip under the edge of his jaw, and Enjolras came undone. He shifted from the chair to the bed in one quick motion, forgotten papers fluttering to the floor. He settled astride Grantaire’s lap and nibbled at his earlobe, teasing at that sensitive little space behind the artist’s ear until he drew out a heady, wavering groan.

“Ten minutes.” Enjolras spared a glace to his alarm clock while Grantaire nuzzled into the crook of his neck, one hand wandering along the curve of his spine. “Just ten. Clothes stay on. Then we go get dinner-”

“Dinner?”

“-and I finish studying when we come back. Deal?”

Grantaire barely managed to choke out “deal” before Enjolras tipped him back to the mattress and kissed him breathless.

noble gases

a miasmic myriad

of uncharted breaths

haunt my lungs

escaping my

blood are

these

witless words

i’ll write them

i’ll write them

until i am

breath

once

more

a word

uttered by

divine lips


becoming


fertile

fruitions

flowering


spiration

variation

of

oxygen

nitrogen

anonymous asked:

hello hello! what are the common properties of elements in the same group/family?(it's my exams tomorrow ahh >.<) This is probably really basic,but I'm confused on what to answer.

So I got all the information below from this website!

Five Elemental Families

  1. Alkali Metals - Group 1, 1 valence electron, +1 cation
    1. Highly reactive elements due to single valence electron
  2. Alkaline Metals - Group 2, 2 valence electrons, +2 cation
  3. Transition Metals - valence electrons vary + their charges
    1. Al: +3 cation, Zn: +2 cation, Ag: +1 cation (usually) 
  4. Boron Group/Earth Metals - Group 13, 3 valence electrons
  5. Carbon Group/Tetrels - Group 14, 4 valence electrons
  6. Nitrogen Group/Pnictogens - Group 15, 5 valence electrons
  7. Oxygen Group/Chalcogens - Group 16, 6 valence electrons, -2 anion
  8. Halogens - Group 17, 7 valence electrons, -1 anion
    1. Highly electronegative
  9. Noble Gases - Group 18, 8 valence electrons
    1. Stable elements that don’t usually react due to full shell

These are the most basic properties I can find that would be asked on a quiz. If you feel unsure still, just google up common properties in each periodic group!