Discussion in 'Physics' started by powerspan, Mar 1, 2009.
Does anyone know if Liquid Oxygen and Liquid Hydrogen have a Resonant Frequency ???
The shape of the container and the acoustic properties of the contents would determine any resonant audio frequency.
If you are looking for some magical radio frequency to make water fall apart into Brown's gas, the answer is here: Resonant Disassociation Frequency of Water
Yes, they both absorb infrared:
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Where, in the Van der Waal's bonds, or in the HH or OO bonds, or in the outer orbital electrons? They would all have one or more resonance associated with them.
Honestly, it is hard to tell the difference between R. Hoagland and C. Howard. Nyuk nyuk.