Chork's Puzzles

Welcome to Chork's Puzzles (Revived)! Feeling inspired to create my own puzzles again, I've decided to set new challenging puzzles to boggle you all once again! (:

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Happy solving! (:

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Chork's Puzzle 37

Difficulty Rating: 5

Actually, Chork lied in the previous puzzle. He doesn't take Biology so that could not be his notes. This looks more like his notes: (He's not lying to you this time! He really is trying so hard to remember these facts! And Chork has checked to make sure the information in his notes is correct!)

---------------Chork's REAL Science Notes---------------

Electric potential of a point is the work done by external force in moving a unit positive charge from infinity to that point.
Reduction of a primary amide using LiAlH4 in dry ether gives a primary amine.

Condensation polymerisation is the combination of monomers with the elimination of small molecules.

For an object undergoing uniform circular motion, speed of the body is constant but velocity is not.
Diffraction is the bending of waves through an aperture or around an obstacle
When charging a capacitor, the energy does not increase instantaneously.
Eddy currents are induced currents circulating in solid conductors when there is a change in flux linkage.

Metals emit electrons when electromagnetic waves of sufficiently high frequency are incident on their surfaces.

Chlorine is a stronger oxidising agent than iodine.
Inertia is the property of a body that resists change in its state of rest or motion.

Simple harmonic motion is the motion of a body whose acceleration is directly proportional to its distance from a fixed point, and is always directed towards that point.
Le Chatelier's Principle states that when a system in equilbrium is disturbed, the equilibrium will shift to annul the effect of the change.


Chork thinks that Chemistry notes are long and draggy while Physics notes are to the point. *hint* (:

Anyway, back to the puzzle. Chork gives another grin and tells you to work out the names of 2 Greek goddesses from his notes this time.

Which Greek goddesses are he referring to?
If you know the answer, post it in the comments section of this post.


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