Characteristics Name: Lime Latin name: Citrus Ч aurantiifolia Number of species:? Family: Rhombic crops Production area: worldwide Orig. Distribution: probably Iran Harvest time: August - September Height: 2 - 4m Age: perennial plant Calories: approx. 25kcal per 100g Color of fruit: yellow to green Weight: approx.
Atomic mass, symbol and atomic number Americium is an artificially created element with the element symbol Am and atomic number 95. In the periodic table it belongs to the actinoids with an atomic mass of 243.061 u. The chemical element discovered by Glenn T. Seaborg in 1944 is radioactive and is in a solid state of aggregation at room temperature.
Characteristics Name: Meerkat Other names: Surikat Latin name: Suricata suricatta Class: mammals Size: 20 - 30cm Weight: 500 - 1000g Age: 5 - 10 years Appearance: greybrown Sex Dimorphism: yes Nutrition Type: carnivore Food: amphibians, insects, Small Mammals Distribution: Southern Africa Sleep / wake cycle: diurnal Habitat: semi-desert and savanna Natural predators: birds of prey, wild dogs, wild cats Sexual maturity: after about 10 - 12 months Mating season: all year Tragzeit: ca.
Profile: Name: Limestone Other Names: Calcium Carbonate Mineral Class: Carbonates and Nitrates Chemical Formula: Ca [CO 3] Chemicals: Calcium, Carbon, Oxygen Related Minerals: Calcite, Aragonite Color: Pure Limestone with White Coloration Gloss: Matt Crystal Structure: / Bulk Density : approx.
What is biodiesel? Definition, history and production: Biodiesel describes a fuel made entirely from oil plants. In Europe, it is obtained in particular from sunflower or rapeseed (see picture) with the addition of alcohols. Biodiesel produced from vegetable oil is also known as FAME, the short form for Fatty Acid Methyl Esther.
Description: Name: Rubin Other names: Korund Mineral class: oxides and hydroxides Chemical formula: Al 2 O 3 + Cr Chemical elements: aluminum, oxygen, chromium Similar minerals: sapphire Color: red Gloss: diamond luster possible Crystal structure: trigonal Mass density: approx , 0 Magnetism: non-magnetic Mohs hardness: 9 Stroke color: white Transparency: transparent to opaque Use: gemstone About Ruby: The ruby describes a variety of corundum, which is unmistakable by its red color.