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  • can be used to separate isolate and protect such as the cling film that is used to wrap food The film can be bought in a roll but it can also be created in situ paint is just such a useful thin film Site Menu Home Top Settings Tools All Definition Ideation Selection Implementation Full Book Articles Quotes Quoters Links Settings Contact About Students Feedback Changes Settings Computer layout Mobile

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  • undesirable elements As with mops they also can be used for absorbing and collecting liquids or gases which can subsequently be released in a controlled manner as required Where porosity is an undesirable effect then you may want to clog up the pores rather than utilise them Site Menu Home Top Settings Tools All Definition Ideation Selection Implementation Full Book Articles Quotes Quoters Links Settings Contact About Students Feedback Changes

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  • as signalling danger It can also be used as a detection mechanism such as the use of litmus paper to determine acidity levels You can also change the transparency of colours such as in optical filters Site Menu Home Top Settings Tools All Definition Ideation Selection Implementation Full Book Articles Quotes Quoters Links Settings Contact About Students Feedback Changes Settings Computer layout Mobile layout Small font Medium font Large font

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  • if you used all the same material The principle of homogeneity can also be used in other areas such as the behaviour of parts of the system In an electronic system all plugs could be the same to reduce costs or they could be different to prevent accidentally plugging things into the wrong place Site Menu Home Top Settings Tools All Definition Ideation Selection Implementation Full Book Articles Quotes Quoters

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  • what do you do with it Typically you either throw it away restore it or recycle it somehow Whichever approach you use you will probably need to include some system to cope with this Site Menu Home Top Settings Tools All Definition Ideation Selection Implementation Full Book Articles Quotes Quoters Links Settings Contact About Students Feedback Changes Settings Computer layout Mobile layout Small font Medium font Large font Translate And

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  • of the chemical composition of the substances What is the relationship between the atoms and molecules Are they tightly bound together do they slide around or come apart easily Look at the effects on flexibility load bearing chemical reactions and so on Site Menu Home Top Settings Tools All Definition Ideation Selection Implementation Full Book Articles Quotes Quoters Links Settings Contact About Students Feedback Changes Settings Computer layout Mobile layout

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  • cooling or changing shape Think about how this happens and how you can start stop or otherwise control the change Is the effect reversible Can you use a simple catalytic effect Site Menu Home Top Settings Tools All Definition Ideation Selection Implementation Full Book Articles Quotes Quoters Links Settings Contact About Students Feedback Changes Settings Computer layout Mobile layout Small font Medium font Large font Translate And here s our

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  • can be a tool to solve problems The bimetallic strip is a simple example where two connected metal strips each of which expands at a different rate resulting in a device which bends when it is heated thus giving the basis of many thermostats and thermometers Site Menu Home Top Settings Tools All Definition Ideation Selection Implementation Full Book Articles Quotes Quoters Links Settings Contact About Students Feedback Changes Settings

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