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VSEPRIn H2O, H2S and CH4 the difference was small (0.52⁰ for H2O, 1.88⁰ for H2S and 0.03⁰ for CH4).
Because of these differences between the bond angles observed using Lewis structures and equilibrium geometry

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Static equilibrium and the requirements of this principleThe objectives for carrying out the static equilibrium experiment are:

1. To examine the static equilibrium of a system of forces of different magnitudes acting at different angles.

2. To compare the experimental results with those obtained by computing the resultant force.

3. To compare the experimental result and the calculated result with those obtained by the graphical method.

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TRussAlso, the critically buckling load for the trusses is calculated theoretically.
The laboratory project’s main objective was to become familiar with the operation and application of electrical resistance wire strain gages to measure stresses

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Physics lab reportWhen forces that are acting on an object are equal, the resultant effect is said to be at equilibrium; they add up to zero and has no acceleration. It is at rest for an indefinite

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Hydrostatic Pressured used in lab, results obtained therein, discussion regarding errors and possible improvements and conclusion regarding the utility of Hydrostatic pressure in general and experimental procedure followed in particular.
Hydrostatic pressure is “the pressure exerted by a fluid

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