So air actually maintains the same amount of total energy regardless of height, it’s just a question of how much of that energy is tied up in gravitational potential (being up high) or kinetic energy (moving fast).
When a vertical column of air has the same amount of energy, then “bubbles” of air are free to move up and down, and those bubbles will have the same temperature of the surrounding air when they arrive. Temperature drops as you go up, but hot air still rises through cold air.
– A team of scientists has successfully identified the age of 120,000-year-old Antarctic ice using radiometric krypton dating – a new technique that may allow them to locate and date ice that is more than a million years old.
The ability to discover ancient ice is critical, the researchers say, because it will allow them to reconstruct the climate much farther back into Earth’s history and potentially understand the mechanisms that have triggered the planet to shift into and out of ice ages.
The Dev Ops movement brings application development and infrastructure operations together to increase efficiency and deploy applications more quickly.
All pertain to and are useful for a full understanding of historic bottles.
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If you’re not familiar with the ideal gas law (compression heats, expanding cools), then here’s a better way to think about it.
Gases (which includes air) can be though of as a hell of a lot of perfectly bouncy rubber balls.