Presentation on theme: "Chapter 12 Adverbial Clause 12.1 Translating Into Corresponding Chinese Adverbial Clauses In fact one mould can produce many thousands of articles before."— Presentation transcript:
Chapter 12 Adverbial Clause 12.1 Translating Into Corresponding Chinese Adverbial Clauses In fact one mould can produce many thousands of articles before it wears out. The petrol does not turn into a liquid before it has been cooled much more. Do not weigh the precipitate until it is washed free of the soluble impurities. While energy is the capacity to do work, power is the quantity of work in unit time.
There will be a current flow in a complete circuit while an EMF exists in the circuit. The force of gravitational attraction between two bodies decreases as the distance between them increases. The positive charge the nucleus carries is of greatest importance as it determines the chemical nature of the atom. It is noteworthy that small as atoms are, they contain vast amounts of energy.
12.2 Translating Into Chinese Adverbial Clauses of Other Forms Heat is developed whenever friction forces are present. And you know that the nuclei of atoms must be split before atomic energy can be released. Where a vessel has vertical sides, the pressure on the bottom is equal to the height of the liquid times its density.
Why use metal when you can use plastic? Where time and curriculum constraints allow, it is expected that two courses in digital system design should be taught. It is hoped that solar energy will find wide application whenever it becomes available.
12.3 Translating Into Chinese Attributives The curve gives the voltage across the capacitor at any time after discharge begins. Let us consider the case when the receiving end is short-circuited. This could represent the variation in the anode current of a tube as it warms up.
12.4 Mixture Substances have no tendency to expand unless they are heated. If you melt two or more metals together, you can get a new metal. The mercury expands as it gets hotter and contracts as it cools so that the length of the mercury column gives a measure of the temperature of the body with which it is in contact.
The temperature in the sun is so high that nothing can exist in solid state. Fast cooling the hot steel in water gives very hard steels, so hard that in certain cases they are used for cutting softer steels.
Practice More recently, the advent of the microcomputer has both accelerated and expanded the impact of the computer revolution. Economies associated with the computer-on-a-chip have resulted in the availability of microcomputer systems with the functionality and performance of minicomputer systems costing two orders of magnitude more only a decade ago. Microprocessors have appeared as amazingly economical and impressively intelligent controllers in household appliances, games, toys, cameras, automobiles, and other consumer items.