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    Examples of Specific, sensible and latent heat

    Specific heat, sensible heat, and latent heat are physical quantities: Specific heat The specific heat of a substance is the amount of heat that must be supplied to a unit of mass of that substance to raise its temperature by one unit. That amount varies so much depending on the temperature of the substance before […] More

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    15 of Applications of electromagnetism

    The  Electromagnetism  is a branch of physics that deals with a unifying theory from the fields of both electricity and magnetism, to formulate one of the four fundamental forces of the universe known so far: electromagnetism. The other fundamental forces (or fundamental interactions) are gravity and strong and weak nuclear interactions. Electromagnetism is a field theory , that is, based on vector or tensor physical magnitudes , which […] More

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    20 Examples of Scientific revolution

    A scientific revolution is an epistemological term that has been used by Thomas Kuhn. Although the scientific revolutions are believed to have taken place at a certain time, the term scientific revolution implies an evolutionary leap in the human being. In this, science has a central or fundamental place. This is known as a scientific paradigm shift and implies that scientific […] More

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    Examples how to Calculate acceleration

    In physics, acceleration is the name given to a vector magnitude (it has direction) that indicates the variation in speed of a moving body as time passes. It is normally represented by the letter a and its unit of measurement, in the International System it is meters per second squared (m / s 2 ). The origin of this concept […] More

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    Adaptations of mammals with examples

    To understand the different adaptations of mammals, one must go back to their origins. It is very likely that the appearance of mammals on Earth occurred at the beginning of the Mesozoic era. At this time there was a group of reptiles that had mammalian characteristics; They were very frequent from the Permian to Triassic […] More

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    Examples of geothermal energy

    Geothermal energy is an energy source more or less renewable , volcanic type, which involves the use of internal heat margins planet Earth. Since the recorded temperature increases as we approach the Earth’s core, there are many groundwater layers under the surface in which the water is heated and subsequently emerges as large jets of […] More

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    Have you heard about geothermal energy but you don’t know what it is? Are you interested in alternative forms of energy? In this article we are going to tell you all about geothermal energy , both its advantages and its disadvantages . WHAT IS GEOTHERMAL ENERGY? Basically, geothermal energy is that energy that is obtained by extracting and harnessing heat from the Earth’s […] More

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    The grasshopper adaptations

      Some confuse them with crickets, but the grasshoppers make up a group of different insects. These small animals receive their common name by their form of displacement: by means of jumps. There are about 11,000 species of caeliferous species , but, depending on the region where they live, they can be named differently. Those caelifers of the […] More

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    Adaptations of turtles

    Turtles, which are often called chelonians, are animals that belong to the order of reptiles, as are snakes, crocodiles and lizards. As part of their classification, turtles are divided into two types: aquatic and terrestrial, and according to the investigations carried out, it is known that these animals exist on the earth since the Triassic […] More

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    Cow adaptations

    The cow is one of the most popular mammals that exist in the animal kingdom. It is herbivorous, that is, it feeds on herbs and plants, so it is a common landscape to observe cows in large fields feeding in this way. It is also recognized for being the female of the bull and an integral part of the so-called cattle. Meanwhile, […] More

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    Examples of money laundering

    Currently, criminals use different ways to carry out illegal activities that are associated with money laundering and terrorist financing in this article we will give examples of the methods of money laundering. Drug traffickers, smugglers or people who are associated with criminal organizations use different modalities to launder money and prove their profits as legal to evade the authorities. […] More

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    Stages of money laundering

    What is money laundering? To put it simply, money laundering is the process of making dirty money look clean. The purpose of these crimes is to generate profits for the individual or group that performs the criminal acts. Money laundering is the processing of those criminal funds to hide their illegal source. It is of crucial importance, […] More

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    The effects of money laundering

    The following section contains excerpts from the article “The consequences of money laundering and financial crime,” by John McDowell and Gary Novis, which appears in the US State Department publication. “Economic Perspectives” in May 2001, and the publication “Reference Guide on Money Laundering (AML) and the Fight against the Financing of Terrorism (CFT)” of the World […] More

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    Advantages and disadvantages of renewable energy

      What are renewable energies? Renewable energy is understood as any source of energy obtained through virtually inexhaustible natural sources, either because of the immense amount of energy they contain (sun, geothermal energy, etc …) or because they are capable of regenerating by natural means ( biomass, hydraulic, etc.). Renewable energies are clean resources available […] More

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    Advantages and disadvantages of biomass

    What is biomass? Biomass is that organic matter of vegetable or animal origin, including organic waste and waste, which can be used as energy. Plants transform the sun’s radiant energy into chemical energy through photosynthesis, and part of this energy is stored in the form of organic matter . The following is currently accepted as the […] More

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    Importance of rain

    What is rain ? Rain is a natural phenomenon, it appears in the form of drops of water coming from the clouds and falling towards the ground. It is one of the most common forms of precipitation on Earth. There are two types of precipitation: Stratiform precipitation  : it covers a large area, lasts a long time […] More

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    Advantages and disadvantages of international trade

    What is international trade ?   Generally under the name “international trade” when we search we find everything concerning the organization of trade between two or more countries: international logistics, customs techniques, financing solutions (method of settlement of international operations), management of risks linked to this type of exchange (exchange, tax, legal, political risk, etc.).So […] More

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    Benefits of nature based education

    How Nature affects the brain ? In the evolutionary development of our species, the brain has increased its size and improved its functioning in order to adapt to the environment and ensure our survival. This evolution over millions of years has occurred in open spaces, in direct contact with nature, and this has generated brain […] More

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    The importance of art in education

    What is art ? The concept of art encompasses all creations made by humans to express a sensitive vision about the world, whether real or imaginary. Art allows us to express ideas, emotions, perceptions and sensations. It can be classified into : architecture , dance , sculpture , music , painting , poetry ( literature ),cinema , photography and comic   Why is art important in education ? Art is […] More

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    Advantages and disadvantages of oral communication

    What is oral communication? Communication between people has taken many forms, but the most important and those that still predominate are included in verbal and non-verbal communication. Nonverbal communication is one in which we use visual signs that are not words, such as gestures or the use of writing. Verbal communication represents that in which we […] More