slow loris

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  1. Let's suppose that I have certain modes previously determined for a tube that is open/closed, how do you find the equivalent modes but for a tube that is open/open? EDIT: I was thinking that I could use the formula of L=n x lambda/2, then isolate n and find the answer like that; however the only issue would be that I don't know the L of the new tubes
  2. You could use wolfram alpha. It's probably one of the most detailed apps/websites you'll ever find on chemical formulas and atoms etc
  3. The question states 0,00007%, and the answer says 0,7ppm. Sorry I did a typo earlier and typed 0,0007 instead of 0,00007. Thanks for your help so much though!
  4. Thank you so much! I haven't thought of that kind of method. That will help me with a whole bunch of upcoming stuff, I really appreciate it.
  5. Hello! I have this question in my textbook, in which I know the answer, yet I cannot figure out how to obtain it: The air has helium 0,0007% (m/m). Convert this concentration into ppm. The answer should be 0,7ppm. Thank you for reading this!