Copper affects the bacteria in two ways: first by interacting with bacteria outer membrane. Second, the holes of the outer membrane of bacteria are weakened by copper by removing its water and nutrients.
#3 Graphite can be transformed into diamond by applying a temperature of 3000°C and pressure of 100,000 atm. - Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The process of creating synthetic diamonds is so expensive, that it's only used for creating hard coatings for industrial equipments.
#4 Chalk is made of trillions of microscopic skeleton fossils of plankton (a tiny sea creature.) -Sam of Los Angeles, California, United States
Chalk is made from lime mud that is formed from the microscopic skeletons of plankton, which rain down on the sea floor from the sunlit waters above.
#5 A rubber tyre is actually one single giant molecule - Moi of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Unless physically shredded or worn down, a tire cannot be melted down or turned into something else. Most garbage dumps no longer accept tires because they cannot be buried or truly disposed.
#6 Dynamite contains peanuts as an ingredient. - Manaal of Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Peanut oil can be processed to produce glycerol. Glycerol is a part of nitroglycerine, which is an ingredient of explosives.
#7 Honey does not spoil. - Ashalaya of Racine, Wisconsin, United States
Spores of Clostridium botulinum make honey immortal. Over time honey form these spores, which developed intestinal tract can deal with.
#8 Twenty percent of Earth's oxygen is produced by the Amazon forest. - Jassim of Salem, India
Sixteen percent of the world's water flows in the Amazon delta, and the largest percentage of biodiversity happens in the same forest. It's not surprising that the Amazon forest is called the "Lungs of the Earth".
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