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  SongMeanings | lyrics | Modest Mouse - She Ionizes And Atomizes
The song is about a guy who is apparently with a girl he doesn't feel love toward and is probably just using her for sex.
Then he notices this girl (who ionizes and atomizes), falls in love with her blah blah and notices how empty his relationship is. Fluorescent lights are just a part of real light and that's what his relationship is, part of real love, etc.
"she ionizes and atomizes then turns into sunlight"...."the real lights will make you heavy but never really empty flourescent light will always equal empty" hes saying shes the real thing, shes the sunlight and everything else is the flourescent light, empty.
www.songmeanings.net /lyric.php?lid=15906   (2028 words)

  Common Acids
Acetic acid is classified as a weak acid since it ionizes weakly in water.
It is used for the "pickling" of steel to retard corrosion, in the refinement of petroleum, and in the manufacture of fertilizers.
Citric acid, found in citrus fruits, is classified as a weak acid since it ionizes weakly in water.
hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu /hbase/chemical/acidcom.html   (269 words)

 Ion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A negatively charged ion, which has more electrons in its electron shell than it has protons in its nucleus, is known as an anion, for it is attracted to anodes, and a positively charged ion, which has fewer electrons than protons, is known as a cation (pronounced cat-eye-on), for it is attracted to cathodes.
The process of converting into ions and the state of being ionized is called ionization.
The recombining of ions and electrons to form neutral atoms is called recombination.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ion   (511 words)

 Ionized Stones - Uses
Ionized water is a powerful cleanser that aids digestion and metabolism, and energizes the entire body.
By placing Ionized Stones (preferably pebbles with rounded surfaces) under the soles of the feet, while the feet are immersed in water, the body begins to break down toxins and waste materials into harmless organic substances.
Holding an Ionized Stone or Ionized Crystal in the middle section of the spinal column for about one-half minute balances all of the chakras, or cenergy centers, and tends to keep them in balance for several weeks, or even months.
www.ener-chi.com /uses.htm   (651 words)

 Ion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
In chemistry, an ion is an electrically charged molecule or atom that has gained or lost electrons from its normal complement in a process known as ionization.
In physics, completely ionized atomic nuclei, such as those in alpha radiation, are more commonly called charged particles.
Ionization is usually performed by the application of high energy to atoms, in the form of electrical voltage or by high-energy radiation.
www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/ion   (542 words)

 United States Patent Application: 0040090235
An enclosure with a removable cover is connected to the intake port of the sensor, and the enclosure is constructed and arranged to receive a flavored cigarette filter to be analyzed.
An enclosure with a removable cover is constructed and arranged to receive a flavored filter, and the enclosure is in fluid communication with the intake port of the sensor.
A gaseous sample from a filter 10 within the enclosure is ionized and the signal is converted into current.
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 CHP - Mass Spectrometry Ionization Methods
ESI is particularly useful for large biological molecules that are difficult to vaporize or ionize.
MALDI is a LIMS method of vaporizing and ionizing large biological molecules such as proteins or DNA fragments.
A UV laser pulse ablates the matrix which carries some of the large molecules into the gas phase in an ionized form so they can be extracted into a mass spectrometer.
www.chem.vt.edu /chem-ed/ms/ionizatn.html   (722 words)

 Chapter 38: Chemical Equilibrium III   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The weakest acid is the least ionized and has the smallest Ka (b).
The weakest is the least ionized and the smallest Kb (c).
Thus, the HC is less ionized in the buffer then it would be in a solution of HC alone [i.e.
www2.hawaii.edu /~voyce/Chap38/Voyce_Chap38.htm   (1441 words)

 CHEMTUTOR ACIDS AND BASES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
When the acid ionizes, the hydrogen ion is the acid and the rest of the original acid is the conjugate base.
Incompletely ionized acids are called weak acids, because there is a smaller concentration of ionized hydrogens available in the solution.
The concentration of a monoprotic acid is equal to the concentration of hydrogen ion.
www.chemtutor.com /acid.htm   (6282 words)

 Ionizes And Atomizes Tab by Modest Mouse @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com
Song: Atomizes and Ionizes Artist: Modest Mouse Album: This is a Long Drive for Somemone With Nothing to Think About by: jharp.
VERSE 1 She ionizes and atomizes then she turns into sunlight.
VERSE 3 She ionizes and atomizes then she turns into sunlight, for as sun lightbulbs will make an absence of dark but the light just ain't there still, and she said, "I am feeling emp-ty-he-he-he, the real lights can make you hea-vy-y-y.
www.ultimate-guitar.com /tabs/m/modest_mouse/ionizes_and_atomizes_tab.htm   (239 words)

 Chapter 16, Section 6   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
In almost all cases the hydrogen atoms bonded to carbon do not ionize in water; the acidic behavior of these compounds is due to the hydrogen atoms attached to oxygen atoms.
Note from the Lewis structure of acetic acid, shown in Table 16.2, that the hydrogen that ionizes is the one attached to an oxygen atom.
Notice that in diluting the solution by a factor of 10, the percentage of molecules ionized increases by a factor of 3.
cwx.prenhall.com /bookbind/pubbooks/blb/chapter16/medialib/blb1606.html   (2295 words)

 Solar Panels Solar Cells Solar Power Australia
This ionizes the atoms causing the outer electron to break free - the free movement of electrons is electric current.
When the current flows to the consuming item such as a battery, the electrons are de-energised and flow back to the original solar panels ready to be re-energized.
When the current flows to the consuming item such as a battery, the electrons are de-energised and flow back to the original solar cells ready to be re-energized.
www.suntechaustralia.com.au   (616 words)

 Acid/Base Strength   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Strong acids and strong bases are those that ionize almost completely in a dilute aqueous solution.
When a strong acid of a given concentration in a dilute aqueous solution ionizes, the resulting concentration of hydronium ions and the resulting concentration of the conjugate base are equal to the original concentration of the acid.
Since strong acids and bases ionize so completely, any ionization from the water itself may be neglected in cases of ordinary concentration of the acid or base.
www.scientia.org /cadonline/Chemistry/acidbase/strength.ASP   (682 words)

 Positive Ions
The Sun gets its energy by combining protons (some of which convert to neutrons in the process) into helium, deep in the Sun's core; since the helium nucleus is an unusually stable combination of particles, energy is released in the process.
The completely ionized helium atom He++, missing both electrons, is also known as the "alpha particle" (see history section).
If a mass of barium is vaporized in space, producing a barium cloud, much of the barium becomes ionized by sunlight within less than a minute.
www-istp.gsfc.nasa.gov /Education/wposion.html   (881 words)

 pnie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
A strong electrolyte is a solute that ionizes extensively; a weak electrolyte is one that ionizes only slightly.
A solute that does not ionize at all is known as a non-electrolyte.
On the other hand some substances are difficultly soluble, but to the extent that they dissolve are highly ionized, but would still give a solution that is a weak electrolyte because of the small number of ions.
colossus.chem.umass.edu /chandler/ch111/pnie.htm   (2129 words)

 Neon and fluorescent lights explained
A voltage, related to the distance between the electrodes (small in the first case, large in the second) "breaks down" (ionizes) the neon[1].
Ionized gases had negative resistance (really), so without a limiter, they would destroy themselves or the supply.
Once it's ionized a lower voltage will keep it ionized and keep current flowing through the lamp.
www.epanorama.net /documents/lights/neonlamps.html   (1540 words)

 1)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The degree of ionization/dissociation, or the amount that the compound separates into its constituent ions, is affected by the several factors, but for now we will focus on the compound itself.
Electrolytes are any compound that ionizes or dissociates in water and will carry an electrical current.
A nonelectrolyte will dissolve due to its polar nature, but does not ionize and does not carry any electrical current.
hal.lamar.edu /~sessumga/electrolytes.html   (729 words)

 Ionization and Plasmas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The loss of electrons, which is the more common process in astrophysical environments, converts an atom into a positively charged ion, while the gain of electrons converts an atom into a negatively charged ion.
We also show the standard chemist's notation for such ions, which consists of placing a right superscript on the element symbol indicating the net electrical charge on the ion (in the neutral case the superscript "0" is usually omitted).
If most of the atoms or molecules in a region are ionized, the resulting state of matter corresponds to a gas that is electrically neutral on a global scale, but composed microscopically of positively charged ions and the negatively charged electrons stripped from the atoms to form the ions.
csep10.phys.utk.edu /astr162/lect/light/ionization.html   (329 words)

 pH, Acidity, and Basicity   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Water ionizes - The oxygen atom in water is not strong enough to completely take electrons from the hydrogens that it bonds with, but does pull the electrons close to the oxygen nucleus.
(water ionizes to hydroxyl ion and hydrogen ion).
When the pH increases, the carbonic acid ionizes and gives up hydrogen ions, increasing the concentration of hydrogen ion in solution and lowering the pH to its original level.
www.park.edu /bhoffman/courses/bi225/recaps/ph.htm   (486 words)

 NASA/Marshall Astronomy: MIXE2 instrument
An X-ray passing down the tube ionizes the gas, and the circuit is completed to the wires.
The electronics detect where on the X-Y grid it hit, and one more spot is painted on the growing portrait of a star or galaxy.
This means that every X-ray arriving from the target star will be detected twice: once when it ionizes the gas, a second time when the gas emits an X-ray with a unique energy.
science.nasa.gov /newhome/headlines/balloon/mixe2.htm   (1081 words)

 Dr. Thomas Wiese
A reaction between and acid and a base, resulting in the generation of a conjugate base and a conjugate acid.
A carbon atom that is covalently bonded to four different groups and thus may exist in two different tetrahedral configurations.
An isotopic form of an element with an unstable nucleus that stabilizes itself by emitting ionizing radiation.
www.fhsu.edu /chemistry/twiese/glossary/chemglossary.htm   (5238 words)

 Mixing Developers
A broader definition of an acid is any substance which ionizes in water to yield positive hydrogen ions; or any compound which can transfer a proton to another compound.
A broader definition of a base is any substance which ionizes in water to yield negative hydroxide ions; or any compound which can accept a proton from another compound.
In the presence of this ionized developing agent, a cascade effect is induced around the sensitivity specks, wherein nearby molecules of silver halide are ionized and split into their components, allowing ever more silver ions to combine with electrons, and liberating bromide, chloride, and iodide.
unblinkingeye.com /Articles/Developers/developers.html   (5858 words)

It ionizes to form equal concentrations of hydronium ions and hydroxyl ions.
Buffer systems consist of weak acids or bases dissolved with one of their completly ionized salts.
For a weak base with one of its completely ionized salts, e.g., ammonia in the presence of ammonium chloride, after a similar development the final equation is
www.tannerm.com /ph.htm   (456 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
To the hundredths place, which is all we have in 0.10, it is 0.10 M, same as the original concentration.
Only a very small amount of the acid ionized, and the remaining concentration is almost all of what we started with.
Since some of the acid is ionized and some is not, then the sum of the two forms, [CH3COOH] + [CH3COO-], must total the original amount (0.10 M).
webdisk.berkeley.edu /~bbruner/dl/acidwk.doc   (1593 words)

 CHM 1046   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Acids are substances that are able to ionize in aqueous solutions to form H
Acids and bases that ionize completely in solution are strong electrolytes, and are therefore known as strong acids or strong bases
Likewise, acids and bases that only partially ionize in solution are weak electrolytes, and are known as weak acids or weak bases
wine1.sb.fsu.edu /chm1046/notes/AquaRxns/Acidsetc/Acidsetc.htm   (518 words)

 MUNU home page
When a neutrino interacts with an electron from the gas, the electron recoils and ionizes the gas, leaving a track behind it.
This track then drifts in a uniform electric field to the anode, a plane with wires of 20 micron diameter.
The electron ionizes more at the end of the track, which can thus be identified.
www.unine.ch /phys/corpus/MUNU/MUNU2.html   (853 words)

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