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As the jets disintegrate, they form about 100 daughter droplets that collectively carry away one-third of the original droplet's charge but just 0.
A helicopter and two ambulances were called to carry away the injured.
Meanwhile, there is a fascinating twist to the story of water with activated hydrogen: Every day, five to ten thousand people travel to a spring in the Central Mexican village of Tlacote to carry away containers of its water which has been found to improve the health of people suffering from a wide range of illnesses, from AIDS to diabetes, and from respiratory disease to osteoarthritis.
Crews are making use of front-end loaders, bulldozers, vacuum trucks, skimmers and dump trucks to carry away the excess oil.
Since the air flow can carry away less water vapor at the bottom than at the top, the garment dries from the top down.
Photo: Rwandan refugees carry away a body at a makeshift refugee camp south of Kisangani, Zaire.
A hydrogen atom results if, during that short time, the electron can slip to a lower orbit and the system can emit a photon to carry away the excess energy.
The escaping blobs would carry away angular momentum, meaning the galaxy would spin down while shrinking its extended disk.
Convection currents bring fresh chemical fuel into the flame's luminous combustion region and carry away hot products, giving the flame its distinctive profile.