• Can I go into the Air Force ROTC program after I already have my bachelor's degree?

    I am 23 years old and I recently graduated with a bachelor's degree. I'm really interested in going into the Air Force though, especially due to the difficulty i'm having finding a job in my field. Is it possible for me to still participate in the ROTC program or get any sort of stipend or scholarship to go back to college and train... show more
    I am 23 years old and I recently graduated with a bachelor's degree. I'm really interested in going into the Air Force though, especially due to the difficulty i'm having finding a job in my field. Is it possible for me to still participate in the ROTC program or get any sort of stipend or scholarship to go back to college and train to be a commissioned officer? If so, where can I get started and what are the requirements? Any help is appreciated. Thank you
    2 answers · Military · 6 years ago
  • When is the Gibbs Free Energy Change = 0?

    For a particular reaction the enthalpy change = -9.8 kJ and the entropy change = -12.3 J/K. At what temperature will the change in Gibbs Free Energy = 0?
    For a particular reaction the enthalpy change = -9.8 kJ and the entropy change = -12.3 J/K. At what temperature will the change in Gibbs Free Energy = 0?
    1 answer · Chemistry · 6 years ago
  • Which statement is TRUE regarding molar entropy at a particular temperature? Question 3 options: 1 mol He(g?

    Which statement is TRUE regarding molar entropy at a particular temperature? Question 3 options: 1 mol He(g) at 3 atm has a greater molar entropy than 1 mol He(g) at 1 atm. 1 mol Ar(l) and 1 mol Ar(g) have the same molar entropy. 1 mol of Ne(g) in 15.0 L has a greater molar entropy than 1 mol of Ne(g) in 1.50 L 1 mol of... show more
    Which statement is TRUE regarding molar entropy at a particular temperature? Question 3 options: 1 mol He(g) at 3 atm has a greater molar entropy than 1 mol He(g) at 1 atm. 1 mol Ar(l) and 1 mol Ar(g) have the same molar entropy. 1 mol of Ne(g) in 15.0 L has a greater molar entropy than 1 mol of Ne(g) in 1.50 L 1 mol of H2O(g) at 100oC and 1 atm has the same molar entropy as 1 mol of H2O(l) at 100oC and 1 atm
    1 answer · Chemistry · 6 years ago
  • What is the second cheapest and most widely available type of handgun ammunition?

    I am aware that .22LR is by far the cheapest type of ammo but I'm having a great deal of difficulty finding it anywhere, even online. I'm in the market for another pistol and I would like to buy one that is fairly inexpensive to shoot. What is the next cheapest caliber or type of ammo on the market?
    I am aware that .22LR is by far the cheapest type of ammo but I'm having a great deal of difficulty finding it anywhere, even online. I'm in the market for another pistol and I would like to buy one that is fairly inexpensive to shoot. What is the next cheapest caliber or type of ammo on the market?
    5 answers · Hunting · 6 years ago