Thermodynamics, chemistry, chemical reactions, kinetics, chemical reaction safety, dust explosion technology, static electricity. General science.
Over 40 years experience as a practicing thermochemist in industry. Head of the fire and explosion laboratory of a major European chemical company (Ciba-Geigy). Now retired.
Institute of Chemical Engineers. Royal Society of Chemistry.
Chartered Chemist, Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry (C.Chem MRSC). Msc Sheffield.
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Hi Prashant, Metal corrosion is a vast and complex field of study and occupies much of the work in a degree in metallurgy. As a general rule metals that react with oxygen from the air (e.g. iron)
Hi Prashant, Yes we can. Sports that are played under artificial lighting, both indoor and out door, have minimum illumination standards. These are measured at pitch or floor level and are an average
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Hi Keisar, Thats a very good question. I think not, because reflection and absorption of light sepends on the colour of the materials used to make the room. The colour would have to change with temperature