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 The Difference Between Hot & Cold Molecules?

Answer Temperature is ultimately a measure of molecular movement. The higher the temperature, the more the molecules of a body agitate and move. Some bodies, such as gases, are ideal to observe the impact... Read More »
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The Difference in Polar & Non-Polar Molecules?

Molecules form when atoms join together by sharing electrons. A molecule sometimes has an excess of negative charge on one end and positive charge on the other. When this happens, it possesses what... Read More »
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What it means with 'cold rice and cold tea are bearable but cold words and cold face are not?

Methadone is simply a narcotic anlegesic, or in other words it is a pain killer that is similar to morphine, oxycodone, codeine ect... It is a very effective pain killer because it has a very long ... Read More »
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What is the difference between a cold and the flu?

They are caused by different viruses and have slightly different symptoms. See related question below for the symptoms of the A-H1N1/09 "Swine Flu". The symptoms of the cold and flu can be hard t... Read More »
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Difference between Hay fever and cold?

Hay fever is caused by a reaction to allergens.A cold comes from a virus.
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