Readers ask: What Is A Platyrrhine Nose?

having a broad, flat-bridged nose. belonging or pertaining to the subdivision of simians that comprises New World monkeys, characterized by noses flatter than those of other simians and with widely separated, side-facing nostrils. What primates have a platyrrhine nose? New World monkeys are the platyrrhines (“flat-nosed”), a group comprising five families. As their taxonomic names … Read More

Question: How Do I Know If Isomers Are Identical?

If two molecules have the same molecular formula, the next question is whether or not they have the same connectivity or not. Constitutional isomers have the same molecular formula and different connectivity. Stereoisomers have the same molecular formula but the same connectivity. How can you tell if an isomer is identical? Structural (constitutional) isomers have … Read More

FAQ: How Do You Bypass A Frontpoint Sensor?

Open the Frontpoint App or website and login to see your system. From the drop-down menu select, “Security System.” Tap the “Bypass Sensors” link and you will see a list of the sensors you can bypass. Tap the circle button to the right of the list item you’d like to select. How do you disable … Read More

Often asked: How Does Plutonium React With Carbon?

Plutonium reacts with carbon to form PuC, nitrogen to form PuN and silicon to form PuSi2. Pu3+ and Pu4+ oxalates are important intermediates that are calcined to form oxides as a step in plutonium processing. Other important compounds in reprocessing are fluoride, peroxide, acetylacetone, carbonate and hydroxide. What can plutonium react with? Plutonium is chemically … Read More

Often asked: Do Gophers Carry Disease?

Gophers are also carriers of other serious diseases, such as the plague, hantavirus, and monkeypox. Monkeypox is one of the more common diseases found in gophers. The disease starts out with flu-like symptoms, such as body aches, extreme fatigue, and swollen lymph nodes. Are gophers harmful? Are gophers dangerous? As mentioned above, gophers are a … Read More