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Liquid

Liquid

A liquid is a form of matter. It is settled between solid and gas. It has a defined volume but can change state. An example is a liquid water. Liquid has an almost-fixed volume, but no set shape. It is a sample of matter that conforms to the shape of a container in which it […]

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Basic Terminologies of Accounting for Hire Purchase System

Basic Terminologies of Accounting for Hire Purchase System

The hire-purchase system is a special system of purchase and sale of goods. It is a special system of purchase and sale of goods. Under this system, the purchaser pays the price of the goods in installments. The installments may be annual, six-monthly, quarterly, monthly fortnightly, etc. Basic T.....

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Tiffany Stone

Tiffany Stone

Definition – “Tiffany stone” is a crystal with a sweet high vibration, that is helpful in a number of areas in life, and it is a trade name used for a purple, blue and white gem material that can be cut and polished into beautiful beads, cabochons and tumbled stones. The alluring vibes of t.....

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Lipid

Lipid

A lipid is a type of organic molecule found in living things. It is oily or waxy. Fats are made from lipid molecules. Sources of lipid can be found in algae, seeds, meat, cheese, butter, and fish. They are an important component of living cells. In the human body, these molecules can be synthesi.....

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At Premium

At Premium

At Premium It means more value of shares and debentures i.e. higher value than the face value of shares or debentures. “At a premium” is a phrase attached to a variety of situations where a current value or transactional value of an asset is above its fundamental value. If you buy or .....

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Sonora Sunrise

Sonora Sunrise

Definition – Sonora Sunrise is a gem nugget that is formed by the combination of bluish-green and black tinted Chrysocolla and copper-red Cuprite. It occurs naturally as a rock composed mainly of bluish-green chrysocolla and bright red cuprite. That color combination can be cut into beautiful c.....

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Le Châtelier’s Principle

Le Châtelier’s Principle

Le Châtelier’s principle is a principle used in Chemistry and Physics to describe how a system at equilibrium reacts to external changes. It can be used to predict the behavior of a system due to changes in pressure, temperature, or concentration. This is very important, particularly in in.....

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Angular Velocity – in Physics

Angular Velocity – in Physics

In physics, the angular velocity specifies the angular speed at which an object is rotating along with the direction in which it is rotating. It applies to objects that move along a circular path. It is less common than linear velocity because it only applies to objects that are moving along a ci.....

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Accounting Methods of Recording Hire Purchase Transactions

Accounting Methods of Recording Hire Purchase Transactions

Accounting Methods of Recording Hire Purchase Transactions Hire purchase is an agreement between two parties in which one party purchase any asset from other parties. Because he has no money to pay, so he pays per month hire charges. For the accounting point of view, both hire purchase and instal.....

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Moldavite

Moldavite

“Moldavite” (Czech: Vltavín), also called Bouteille Stone or vltavin, which is a natural glass that is thought to have formed in the heat of an asteroid impact. It is a forest green, olive green or blue greenish vitreous silica projectile rock formed by a meteorite impact probably in souther.....

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Antedated Check

Antedated Check

Antedated Check Antedated means the date entered on any legal contract which is earlier than the actual date of occurrence of contract. An antedate is a date entered on a legal contract or check that is prior to the actual date of occurrence. A cheque bearing a date prior to the actual date of si.....

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Wonderstone

Wonderstone

Definition – “Wonderstone” is a welded-vitric tuff with a composition similar to rhyolite. It forms during explosive eruptions when molten rock material is ejected and sticks together upon landing. If it is buried by overlying ejecta while still hot, it will become compacted into a solid gl.....

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