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May 24, 2013

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Chemistry
Got it now, thanks a ton.

Chemistry
Please elaborate on step 3. The balanced chemical equation is: Fe2O3(s) + 2 Al(s) -> 2 Fe(l) + Al2O3(s) After step 2 I have .32 moles Fe.

Chemistry
Fe2O3(s) + 2 Al(s) 2 Fe(l) + Al2O3(s) Suppose we want to make 18.0 grams of iron. We must figure out how much starting material we need. This is a three-step calculation. Let's go through these steps one-by-one to calculate the mass of Fe2O3 that we must start with. Expla...

Chemistry
Vitamin B12, cyanocobalamin, is essential for human nutrition. It is concentrated in animal tissue but not in higher plants. Although nutritional requirements for the vitamin are quite low, people who abstain completely from animal products may develop a deficiency anemia. Cya...

Sara
okie thank you =)

Sara
Neither Ka nor Pka was given

Sara
how did you calculate pKa because this is a practise question for my test and we won't be given the value. so how would you calculate it?

Sara
I'm making a mistake in using that equation: n (CH3COO-)= .0132*.2 = .oo264 ..does that mean that CH3COOH also has the same n? ph= pKa +log(Conjugate Base/ Weak Acid) 4.2= pKa + log (.00264/ .00264) since i have n the same it doesn't work. How do you calculate n?

Sara
How many mL of .200M acetic acid are mixed with 13.2mL of.200M sodium acetqte to give a buffer with pH=4.2

Chemistry
me again 8. You are given two beakers, A and B, with colorless liquids in htem. What two tests would you perform to determine which one is a strong acid and which one is a weak acid? Be specific with the test and the results as well as how you would determiine which is which. ...

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