# The anticodon is the three-base code on the tRNA molecule that binds to the codon on mRNA. What is the associated codon for the anticodon CUA?The anticodon is the three-base code on the tRNA molecule that binds to the codon on mRNA. What is the associated codon for the anticodon CUG?

Answer: so it would be the complimentary base pairing, meaning that the codon must have been:
GAC
(Which is the codon for aspartic acid)
Answer: It would be GAT for the first one and GAC for the second.

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My hypothesis of a volcano is that it'll explode when it reaches it's maximum temperature

MgCl2 +?g
Ll2CO3 →
75g
MgCO3 +
135g
LiCl
34g

solve this

MgCl₂ = 94 g

Explanation:

Law of conservation of mass:

According to the law of conservation mass, mass can neither be created nor destroyed in a chemical equation.

Explanation:

This law was given by french chemist  Antoine Lavoisier in 1789. According to this law mass of reactant and mass of product must be equal, because masses are not created or destroyed in a chemical reaction.

For example:

Chemical equation:

MgCl₂ + Li₂CO₃  → MgCO₃ + 2LiCl

?        +    75 g  =    135 g + 34 g

The mass of reactant and product must be equal. That's why,

135+ 34 = 169 on product side

94 + 75 = 169 on reactant side

MgCl₂ + Li₂CO₃    →    MgCO₃ + 2LiCl

94    +    75 g     =    135 g + 34 g

169 g             =        169 g

The picture below shows a warm air mass caught between two cooler air masses, What is this type of front called?

An occluded front forms when a warm air mass is caught between two cooler air masses.

A force that keeps objects in motion from going on forever

It's called "inertia". Inertia keeps an object from going by using friction.
First off, most subjects relating to 'force' is usually physics.
Secondly, There is no force that acts forever.

However, because of the law of inertia (I know, stupid and long name), if you make something move and you just leave it (without anything like oxygen, friction, etc.,. trying to stop the object), it will move forever.

How can you tell just by looking whether a mixture in water is a solution or a suspension?

A solution is usually colourless and we do not see its constituent particles.

We can easily see constituent particles in a suspension.

you can easily see constituent particles in a suspension

Explanation:

The concentration of a solution can be expressed in(I ) milliliters per minute
(2) parts per million
(3) grams per Kelvin
(4) joules per gram

(2) parts per million

Explanation:

Concentration of a solution can be expressed in terms of parts-per-million (ppm).

ppm is usually used in the context of measuring very small concentrations particularly the amount of contaminants. It represents 1 part of the contaminant in 100000 parts of the total.

It is expressed as:

1 ppm = 1 mg / L

1 ppm = 1 mg/ Kg

(I ) milliliters per minute
(2) parts per million
(3) grams per Kelvin
(4) joules per gram