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What can undersea earthquakes cause

An undersea earthquake is a sudden fracture of underground rocks and a sharp movement The relative movement and interaction of lithospheric plates along the boundary are the main causes of submarine earthquakes So what will an undersea earthquake cause?Undersea earthquakes can cause tsunamis Tsunamis are destructive waves generated by submarine earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, submarine landslides or me ...

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What are the applications of Nanotechnology?

Nanotechnology is a science and technology that uses a single atom and molecule to make materials It studies the properties and applications of materials with structural sizes ranging from 1 to 100 nm What are the applications of Nanotechnology?Clothes Adding nanoparticles to textile and chemical fiber products can remove odor and sterilization Although the chemical fiber cloth is strong, it has ...

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How do rainbows form?

Rainbows are caused by the dispersion and reflection of small spherical water droplets when sunlight shines into the air When sunlight enters the water drop, it will enter at different angles at the same time, and reflect at different angles in the water drop Among them, the reflection of 40 to 42 degrees is the strongest, resulting in the rainbow we see When this reflection is caused, the ...

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How does rain form?

Rain is a natural precipitation phenomenon, which is produced by atmospheric circulation disturbance When the water on the earth is irradiated by the sunlight, it becomes water vapor, which is evaporated into the air When the water vapor meets the cold air at high altitude, it condenses into small water droplets These small water droplets are very small, with a diameter of only 0 01 ~ 0 02 m ...

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How does the wind form?

Wind is an air flow phenomenon on the earth, which is generally caused by solar radiant heat Sunlight shines on the earth& 39;s surface, raising the temperature of the earth& 39;s surface, and the heated expansion of the air on the earth& 39;s surface becomes lighter and rises After the hot air rises, the low-temperature cold air flows laterally, and the rising air falls due to the gradual cooling and weighting Due to the high surface temperature, it will heat the air to rise This kind of air flow is wind ...

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Who found electricity?

Electricity is a natural phenomenon, which refers to the physical phenomenon generated by static or moving charges It is an attribute of repulsion and attraction between subatomic particles such as electrons and protons Lightning in nature is an electrical phenomenon Electricity has developed modern power industry and electronic technology Let& 39;s see who found electricity?The concept of electricit ...

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Who invented the mobile phone?

Mobile phone, fully known as wireless phone, was originally just a communication tool and a portable telephone terminal that can be used in a wide range Mobile phones are divided into smart phones and non feature phones Who invented the mobile phone?The mobile phone was first developed from the battlefield mobile phone manufactured by Bell Laboratories in 1940 In 1958, Leonid, a Soviet engineer Kuprijanovic invented ЛК- Type 1 mobile phone In 1973, American Motorola engineer Martin Cooper invented the world& 39;s first commercial mobile phone ...

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