What is 18-ELECTRON RULE?

18-ELECTRON RULE: “Well-known examples of 18 electron rule include ferrocene, iron pentacarbonyl, chromium carbonyl, and nickel carbonyl.”

What is 16:9 SWITCHING?

16:9 SWITCHING: “Since 2009, 16:9 has become the most common aspect ratio for sold televisions and computer monitors.”

What is 10 BASE T?

10 BASE T: Ethernet IEEE 802.3 standard for Local Area Networks. It uses twisted-pair cable with maximum lengths of 100 meters. System operates at 10 Mbps and uses baseband transmission methods. 10Base-T cables connect with RJ-45 connectors. It is also known as Twisted Pair Ethernet.

10 BASE T: “Number “10” in the 10 BASE-T refers to the transmission speed in Mbit/s, while letter “T” designates twisted pair cable.”

What is 10 BASE 5?

10 BASE 5: Original commercially available variant of Ethernet. Data transfer can reach 10 Mbps via basebandtransmission. System consists of coaxial cables with maximum length of 500 meters. Synonyms for 10base5 are ThickWire and ThickNet.

10 BASE 5: “10BASE5 standard is obsolete due to increased demand for high speed networking and lower price of next generation of Ethernet cables.”

What is 10 BASE 2?

Also known as cheapernet and thin Ethernet, it is adaptation of the Ethernet standard IEEE 802.3 for Local Area Networks. It consists of 50 ohm coaxial cable (RG-58 A/U) with maximum lengths of 185 meters that operates at 10 Mbps and uses baseband transmission methods. Cables connect with BNC connectors.

10 BASE 2: “10BASE2 was dominant 10 Mbit/s Ethernet standard during 1980s”.