Subject: How fast the water molecules move during resonance frequency absorbtion?
Date: Sat Nov 6 11:26:45 2004
Posted by arun
Grade level: undergrad
School: skcet college
City: coimbatore State/Province: tamilnadu
Area of science: Physics
Its been answered for my previous question that water molecules move random and
bump with each other when they absorb energy matching their natural frequency.I
want to know how fast is the relative velocity between the molecules.And what
will be the exact natural frequency of water bcos each source gives me
different answers for this question..... thank u for ur patience.
Re: How fast the water molecules move during resonance frequency absorbtion?
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