1 milliliter of water = 1 gram of water
yes it does!!! Actually the rotational axis of the earth is inclined 23.15' from the vertical to the ecliptic. It is this inclination that produces the seasons on earth so the deviation is not trivial.
No, it is definitely not a "death sentance".
It would depend on the nature of the abnormality. Generally speaking - a ventricular problem would be much worse because of the amount of work they do in pumping blood to the lungs and around the body. The atria on the other hand just fill the ventricles, so they do not work as hard.
Certainly not but it depends on the abnormality. I have atrial fibrillation and it is an inconvenience by itself but I have an additional heart problem which means the irregular beats can be dangerous. I'm in and out of hospital, see my doctor weekly or sometimes more often to check my heart, and can't over exert myself because the poor heart can't cope! Having said that I live a normal working life, but I just have to be aware of my heart. Of course not! No way! You need to find out the reason why you have the abnormality (is it genetic? damage to the heart?). Then you can work out what is the best way to manage your condition. A doctor can tell you more in depth.
Only if it's mitral valve failure. That can cause many things from which you could die of if not fixed by surgical procedure. Left heart failure is FATAL.
Pyrocatechol indicator is used as an end point indicator for titrating nickel metal in a sulfamate nickel cobalt plating bath. It may also be used for other chemical analysis titrations.
Professor EarningsNot sure about now but in 2000 it was $72,500.
well my dad is a math professor at Brock U and he's paid somewhere around 130 000 a year, but he's been doing it forever. oh and you need a P.H.D. which takes like 10 years