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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    It hit me right there *points to chest*
    Lol I can only apologise .... *offers fertiliser* peace offering!


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    (Original post by Bodgy)
    You're paying for my neck surgery...
    LOOOL why?!


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    (Original post by Jina)


    I don't know what that even means. Here's a picture of the spectrum:

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    If that helps at all...


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    Oh right that's easy

    I've not formally studied spectrometry so I'll be with you in a moment after looking up which is the emission spectrum and which is the absorption spectrum :lol:

    I'll be honest, I may end up explaining it in too much detail thanks to my tendency to not take GCSE Science's bull****.
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    Well that would probably be fine, but it wasn't even a bit funny :lol:

    Have a pretend argument with a black man and call him (in jest) a "****** buttmunch" and he might not take kindly to it (personally I wouldn't be offended by it if the meaning behind the words were jolly :dontknow:)
    I don't know the word behind the asterisks. Loool or i'd use it... Generously.


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    (Original post by Jina)
    I don't know the word behind the asterisks. Loool or i'd use it... Generously.


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    It's the N word! :mmm: :lol:
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    Oh right that's easy

    I've not formally studied spectrometry so I'll be with you in a moment after looking up which is the emission spectrum and which is the absorption spectrum :lol:

    I'll be honest, I may end up explaining it in too much detail thanks to my tendency to not take GCSE Science's bull****.
    Omg... Thanks so much! I'd really appreciate that... And could you please phrase it in baby talk for me... I hate physics and you're like a genius. :/


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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    It's the N word! :mmm: :lol:
    I use the N word a lot... am I bad?
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    I use the N word a lot... am I bad?
    Yes.

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    (Original post by Jina)
    Lol I can only apologise .... *offers fertiliser* peace offering!


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    When I offer people fertiliser all I get is a slap in the face.
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    (Original post by Bodgy)
    When I offer people fertiliser all I get is a slap in the face.
    Good thing trees are immobile*. Loool

    Why am I paying for your neck surgery btw?! I'm a poor person!


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    (Original post by Jina)


    I don't know what that even means. Here's a picture of the spectrum:

    Attachment 226067

    If that helps at all...


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    Right so:

    In an atom, there are electrons of various energies, etc. etc. basic stuff.

    These electrons can move up or down in energy levels.

    When they move down an energy level, they release a photon (a particle of light) to expend the energy required to move down. Each element releases a different wavelength of light (and often several wavelengths of light can be released, but only one at a time, so you get a spectrum). These wavelengths of light are what form the emission spectrum.

    The absorption spectrum is the opposite; the same wavelengths of light are absorbed by an element to transition its electron to HIGHER energy levels, and we measure which wavelengths of light are absorbed to conclude what a substance consists of, element-wise (how else would we know the composition of the Sun? ).

    I hope that's not too confusing.
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    I use the N word a lot... am I bad?
    I feel that has a highly subjective answer There are people who find words offensive rather than their meaning (by which I don't mean the definition of the words - I could say "Table cockroach pencil-****" and have it mean something that the language obviously does not communicate, even if other people would not know that meaning :lol:).
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    (Original post by Jina)
    Good thing trees are immobile*. Loool

    Why am I paying for your neck surgery btw?! I'm a poor person!
    You posted the photo portrait, silly. TSR freaked out and rotated it, much to the displeasure of my twisted neck.
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    (Original post by Bodgy)
    You posted the photo portrait, silly. TSR freaked out and rotated it, much to the displeasure of my twisted neck.
    LOOOL oh... Thought only mango would look at it. I shall from now on post landscape photos, just in case you happen to want to look at the photo.


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    Anybody watch apprentice here?


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    wut I think my post count is wrong, apparently I've done like 110 posts today, that's cant be right :|


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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    I feel that has a highly subjective answer There are people who find words offensive rather than their meaning (by which I don't mean the definition of the words - I could say "Table cockroach pencil-****" and have it mean something that the language obviously does not communicate, even if other people would not know that meaning :lol:).
    Basically, there's a Russian guy in my house who thinks he's black. So he calls everyone the N word. And then some of the year 9s in house came up with random names. There's a guy called Daniel, and this guy called him <N word> D. And then I took this, and now I sometime call my friends <N word> + 1st letter of first name xD

    Apart from that, the Russian guy is the only one I regularly call the N word. But I introduced him to anime and he's watching so much that he's more Asian than me now.
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    (Original post by Jina)
    LOOOL oh... Thought only mango would look at it. I shall from now on post landscape photos, just in case you happen to want to look at the photo.


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    I didn't mean it like that! You can post it however you like.

    I thought I might be able to help so I took a look. Next time I'll be more useful rather than complaining. :laugh:
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    (Original post by PriyaPaul)
    Just one more exam to go
    I have 3


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