How did Nathan Stubblefield construct the polished metal plate heater?
Answer . Yes. Go to any jewelry store in the Mall and ask them for a silver cleaning rag. They come wrapped in plastic and they work on silver chains, rings, etc. They are fantastic!
Introduction . This simple recipe makes a great metal polish that helps prevent rust and cleans most metal surfaces.. Instructions . Difficulty: Moderately Easy. Things You'll Need . Extra Fine Powdered Pumice . Fine Silicas . Citric Acid . Oxalic Acid . soft, clean cloths . Steps … . 1. Step One . Mix 4 tbsp. very fine pumice powder (yes, pumice is an abrasive) with 1/4 c. citric acid. 2. Step Two . Add 1 tbsp. finely ground silica and mix thoroughly. (Silica will help resist moisture.) 3. Step Three . Wet a soft cloth with water and rub the polish onto the metal with it. 4. Step Four . Buff to a shine with a clean, dry cloth.. Tips & Warnings . You can substitute oxalic acid for the citric acid, but cut it back to 1/3 cup and be sure to label the container - oxalic acid is poisonous. . Introduction . This simple recipe makes a great metal polish that helps prevent rust and cleans most metal surfaces.. Instructions . Difficulty: Moderately Easy. Things You'll Need . Extra Fine Powdered Pumice . Fine Silicas . Citric Acid . Oxalic Acid . soft, clean cloths . Steps . 1. Step One . Mix 4 tbsp. very fine pumice powder (yes, pumice is an abrasive) with 1/4 c. citric acid. 2. Step Two . Add 1 tbsp. finely ground silica and mix thoroughly. (Silica will help resist moisture.) 3. Step Three . Wet a soft cloth with water and rub the polish onto the metal with it. 4. Step Four . Buff to a shine with a clean, dry cloth.. Tips & Warnings . You can substitute oxalic acid for the citric acid, but cut it back to 1/3 cup and be sure to label the container - oxalic acid is poisonous. (MORE)
The best thing metal plating can be used for is preventing corrosion because if you choose a suitable metal, then hardly any water or air gets in and it is extremely effective.
Nathan stubblefield is my great great great grandfather's best friend's great grand father. It was between 1880-1900 when this man invented the so called "wireless telephone" we have today.which is famously known as CELL PHONE.he first applied the term"Cave Radio"for this.and later was changed. Mart…in Coper was the one who continued the patent.He is known for inventing Cellphone,But remember that it was Nathan stubblefield who had the idea. (MORE)
It is considered to be 'constructive,' because new crust is beingformed and added to the ocean floor.
You're probably asking about the ironclads. . The ships with metal plates on their side were introduced in the20th century. They can take on heavier payloads and that makes thefit for merchant and warfare purposes. In warfare, they are harderto sink than the predecessors which had wooden hulls.
\n. \nYes. I have a metal plate in my head and have never had an issue with getting through security or flying around the world. I live a normal life.\nThe only thing is to never have an MRI. The magnet could kill you. Doctors are mixed as to if this is really an issue but best not to ever chance i…t. (MORE)
Probably some person that decided to get his name put on here to see what would come up. So this goes out to you Mr.James Stubblefield. Congratulations.
The key to plating metal is electrochemistry. Plating is electrodeposition . Connect the negative lead of a DC supply to the part to be plated, and connect the positive lead to an electrode in a tank of the plating solution. Stick your part in, turn on the juice, and wait for your results.. The pl…ating solution is basically a metal salt, and the metal in the metal salt is the one you're going to be plating onto your part. Yes, the part has to be super clean and free of any contaminants, but you knew that. Let's look at an example.. Copper sulfate, which has CuSO 4 as it's chemical formula, is in solution in the tank. The copper sulfate separates into Cu ++ and SO4 -- ions, which float around in solution. Your part is connected to the negative electrode. The power supply gives electrons to the copper ions that touch the part, the Cu ++ ions we mentioned, and they become electrodeposited on the part as copper atoms.. There are a number of different chemical compounds that can be used in electroplating. Our example was a sulfate. There are arsenides, carbonates and other chemical compounds available for use in electroplating that have the desired metal in them.. Whether it's chromium, nickel, silver, gold or just about any other metal you can think of, you can plate it. Note that some precious metals are plated on with a sponge-tipped wand that is connected to a wire and then dipped in the electroplating solution. Gold is frequently plated on an object in this way because of the high cost of filling a tank with a solution of a gold salt.. Wikipedia has more information, and a link is provided. (MORE)
Wax, a "Mothers" powerball, & microfiber towel. Put wax on powerball, buff toolbox using light pressure till no wax is seen. Use micro towel to wipe any access wax that may be left. This does not work so well on "Silver" diamond plate. Hope this helps!
At a constructive plate boundary two plates move apart. As they move apart the magma from the magma chamber flows up to fill the gap. This causes a volcano. However, as the magma can escape easily it flows down the volcano with only a little bit of force. So it has a gentle erupt.
Constructive Plate Boundaries make Volcanoes. The Oceanic Plate (Sea) is in between two Continental Plates (Land). Both Constructive Plates are being pulled in their respective directions and the Oceanic Plate is stuck in the middle. It forms a crack in the centre and this then allows the magma from… under the Earths Crust to rise up through the crust to form a cone shaped structure of magma. The magma cools and is left as rock, therefore having a volcano. (MORE)
41 MAYFIELD CLOSE!! thats where i live!! hehe anyway they are when the tectonic plates move and push upwards together relesing magma xx hope that helped!! my name is sara citozi btw!! xx
The surname Stubblefield is of English origin. The first referenceto the name dates back to the year 1240 in Norfolk, a county inEngland.
ABS is acrylonitrile-butadiene styrene. It is a type of plastic commonly used to build things. It is both lightweight and hard, and is typically used for injection-molding. It's everywhere if you look for it.
Constructive plate margins are when two plates move away from each other, creating more ocean floor.
They are diverging plates, which typically feature a central spreading ridge. (Converging plates usually result in subduction, which is a destructive process.)
Constructive Boundaries, are zones of interaction between plates, involving their movements away from each other, thereby creating an opportunity for new plate/crust to emerge/be formed.
Duraglit metal polish has been on the 'go' for some time. I have a tin of the duraglit brass wadding polish with the 'war time tin' written on the side. So it was around during 1940 and same size tin although it has a slightly different design. Reckitt and Colman owned Duraglit and Brasso and they a…re still available many factories where around now merged and under the Reckitt Benckiser plc http://www.answers.com/topic/colman-s was founded in 1814, Reckitt & Sons started in 1840, and In 1938 Reckitt & Sons merged with J&J Colman Reckitt Benckiser plc was formed by a merger between http://www.answers.com/topic/united-kingdom's Reckitt & Colman and the http://www.answers.com/topic/Netherlands company Benckiser NV in December 1999. http://www.answers.com/topic/reckitt-benckiser#cite_note-7 Dura-Glit factory near Agecroft in Kersal during the 1950's on Whit Lane. really good for ttaking off the tarnish and polishing the metal. Comes in different types, Brass Polish and Silver Part off the COSHH list for Brass Polish; COMPOSITION /INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS This product contains the following components: Ammonia (26%) 1-5% C, R34, R37 White Spirit 150/200N 50-75% R10, R51/53, R65 Flash Point of white spirit > 39C Key to Risk Phrases R10 Flammable R34 Causes Burns R37 Irritating to the respiratory system R51/53 Toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.. R65 Harmful: May cause lung damage if swallowed. (MORE)
lol, im dong that exact same tutorial right now. Do you go to north Glasgow college?
the question makes no obvious sense, but it is a characteristic of all metals that they are good conductors of electricity.
lead and silver is the best. This is because Lead is best for waterpipes. Iron is also good as it can be used for hammers and nails.Silver is the best heat conductor.
The metal grille on top a heater has a few purposes. One reason issafety, to prevent you from touching the heater directly. Anotherpurpose is that the grille acts as a shield to prevent things fromburning or melting around the heater.
If your question is about the structural frame of the building then it is steel
You pour coca cola on the plate and use a cloth to rub the plate.
The two plates move away from each other and this means the magma rises, forming volcanoes. These volcanoes can sometimes cause earthquakes from the eruptions
the metal used in building most planes is alumiun as this type of metal as it can expand as the pressure in side the aircraft is greater than the pressure outside the aircraft. it is also the lightest suitable metal although boeing's 787 has been constucted with acompisite material.
a framing member (2x4 or similar), attached to a wall, upon which, sits the top (high end) of a "pitched" rafter. Placement of the plate determines the pitch of the roof, hence the name. . ---------------------------------------. It is more commonly called a ridge board, or if it is designed to… transfer load, it is called a structural ridge. . Pitching plate is colloquial, and not a common term in the US. . (MORE)
At a constructive plate boundary, new land is created. This happens because two plates crash into each other. One plate goes down and the other goes up. Not both plates go up. This creates mountains. When one plate is at the top, the top plate brakes of to create new land. Sometimes some lands are c…onnected to the core of the earth. (MORE)
I've had metal in my head for years, and it actually has made me a lot more prone to headaches.
Electric Heaters contain a heating element that reaches a high temperature. The element is usually packaged inside a glass envelope resembling a light bulb and with a parabolic reflector to direct the energy output away from the body of the heater. The element emits infrared radiationthat travels th…rough air or space until it hits an absorbing surface(parabolic reflector), where it is partially converted to heat and partially reflected. This heat directly warms people and objects in the room, rather than warming the air. (MORE)
You have to rub from inside of disk to outside for 15 min and keep doing it till the scratches are gone.:)
General purpose flooded lead acid batteries have positive and negative plates made of lead. This is commercial battery grade lead consisting of lead-antimony alloy. A further development is calcium-lead alloy in the lead plates said to give better charge retention, reduced outgassing, higher curre…nts and reduced water loss. Special batteries may use silver-lead alloy batteries for superior charge retention, deep cycling, longer life and better performance in wide temperature range. Deep cycling batteries with long shelf life, capability to deliver sustained currents for long periods may use pure 99.9% lead in the plates. (MORE)
at a constructive plate margin two plates move away from each other, magma rises and solidifies in the gap creating a new area of crust. e.g The island of Surtsey.
Mostly aluminium alloys, but some aircraft have used steel, titanium and more recently, composite materials.
Yes. It is believed to have erupted in 2010 twice because of the constructive margin. The plates were pulled apart by convection currents then because of this basalt lava seeps in to form a new crust beneath the sea and existing volcano. Much of the magma was intruded as dolerite dykes (thin sheet…s of igneous rock.) New lava and dykes then added extra crust at each side of the spreading ridge. (MORE)
the 12-story Home Insurance Building, in the mid-1880s. Jenney used an iron framework for the first six floors to carry the weight of the building into the foundation. He used steel beams for the top six floors.
Steel and aluminium are the commonest materials for construction. Many buildings are made with thin steel 2 x 4 and 2 x 6 studs in the walls. Most window frames are aluminium.
If you want the half metal face you'll have to go back in time at 2009 in the time tangled island because at that time there was a creator account that dressed as the freaking binary bard that could be customized. He he.
Previously, the food pyramid had been designed to form a base of essential foods and a second layer for those foods required for complete inclusion of all six basic nutrients (protein, carbohydrates, fat, vitamins, minerals, and water). The design of the food pyramid attempted to show that a healthy… diet included larger amounts of foods in the lower levels in relation to foods in the higher levels. In 2005, the food pyramid was completely revised with the food groups represented as color-coded wedges of the pyramid running from bottom to top. In 2011, My Plate was released to replace the food pyramid and displays the five main food groups. The plate visually shows approximate proportions of the different food groups. These sections of My Plate show the types and how much of each food group one should eat to maintain a healthy diet. Five are labeled on the diagram. However, there are two groups that are not included on the plate, but deserve some mention - oils and empty calories. The new image does not display physical activity, but it is included as an important part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle (MORE)
"It is best to take your car to a local car mechanic. They have much experience, and it would be safer if they construct a metal carport. They have the necessary tools for the job."
Plate Tectonics is a destructive force because it contributes to disintegration or the earth lithosphere,however this theory explain why earthquake and volcano occur. for further answers ask question to Ygoulbourne1212@yahoo.com
At constructive boundaries, magma from the earth's interior rises to the surface and forms mostly fissure volcanoes, but a few other tyopes as well, and forms new crust which pushes away older crust At destructive boundaries, in a process called subduction, an oceanic plate slides into the earth's …mantle, where it melts. The molten roick then rises to the surface and fornms a chain of volcanoes, mostly stratovolcanoes, but a few of other types as well (MORE)
A charged metallic plate is a thin rectangular (or square) sheet that carries a surface charge. Because metal is a conductor, you can assume that the surface charge is spread uniformly over the area of the plate.
a metalic sheet can be charge by induction and conduction to keep it on insulated stand
Bronze is an alloy that is not metal plated. It is composed of copper and tin.
Niether. Kilauea is in the middle of the Pacific plate, thousandsof miles from the nearest plate boundary. The volcanic activty isdue to a hot spot.
metal react to the molecules in the air and they break down the outer layers of the metals into other compounds. polishing the outer layer breaks up those compounds.
Construction heaters can be found by heading to many local companies such as H P K Heating and Air, Ron the Plumber Inc, Noland, and many others! If one wishes to find out more information online, the website Grainger is a perfect place to start.
Metal buildings might be found in many places, including one's own backyard in the form of a metal shed. More often though, they are used for industrial purposes. Metal building construction specialists include Meuller Inc. and Allied Buildings.