Is density a chemical or physical property?

Answer Density is a physical property of a substance. Density is used to measure the mass of the substance per unit of volume. The more dense a substance is, the more it weighs.Source:Elmhurst College: Wh... Read More »

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What is the difference between physical and sole custody?

ANSWER: There is no difference. "Sole" is a type of physical custody. There is sole custody, primary custody, and joint custody. There is also legal custody, being sole or joint. Physical custody... Read More »

What is the difference between physical dependence and addiction?

Physical dependence is a result of your body becoming dependent on a medication (or substance), where slowly tapering off the substance is necessary to prevent withdrawal symptoms. Addiction is ent... Read More »

What is the difference between a physical therapy aide and an assistant?

The work of both physical therapy assistants and aides helps patients gain strength, mobility and flexibility after an injury, surgery or illness or despite a disability. In general, assistants mus... Read More »

What's the difference between Installed Physical Memory and Total Physical Memory?

That's weird... Vista may need to update it's virtual memory/paging file settings now that you've installed more RAM, but physical memory shouldn't still be reported as 1gb, if the additional RAM ... Read More »