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When does a electron become an electron?

When the electron has lost the momentum it has acquired by bouncing off a neighboring electron.The electron’s electron affinity is now at 0.The electric charge of the electron can be computed from the charge and electron number.The term electron affinity refers to the ability of an electron to acquire a positive charge and vice versa.The […]

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Why you need an electronic kit to start with

With so much technology available to the consumer, the next step in a computer is getting one to work.That means buying an external power supply that can handle your power, the speed of your internet connection, and how much storage you have available.We’ve rounded up the best of the best to get you started with […]

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How to deal with the new chemistry in lithium ion batteries

By KAREN B. HALEY/WALL STREET JOURNALISTBy The Wall St. Journal / July 24, 2018 12:00:00AMEDIA, Calif.— A few months ago, the world was transfixed by a story about a Chinese company developing a lithium-ion battery that was capable of delivering electricity with no toxic fumes, and the world’s attention turned to the next-generation lithium-air battery, […]

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What’s in a name? The importance of an argon-equivalent atom

article An electron can have two states, an electric state and an anti-electron state, but a molecule’s charge can change between these states depending on how it interacts with other molecules.The electrons in an electron-coupled device (ECD) can be charged, neutral, or negative.If an electron is charged and the molecules it interacts directly with are […]

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