dev.physicslab. org/asp/nyregents/2003/January/part3.asp Why is the answer to #47 2 amperes? How do I get that?
A net charge of 47 mC passes through the cross-sectional area of a wire in 19.0 s. (a) What is the current in the wire? 1 A (b) How many electrons pass the cross-sectional area in 1.0 min? 2 . electrons
Thanks for the table! It actually is in my text, but I am taking the AP test soon, so I won't have a table like that. I can only answer the question based on the periodic table and that's it. Is there anything else I can use to at least eliminate the other choices?
Adding water to some chemicals can be dangerous because large amounts of heat are liberated. Which of the following does NOT liberate heat when water is added to it? KNO3 (the answer) NaOH Na CaO H2SO4 I guessed Na simply because it's the only one that's an element, bu...
I think I get it, but just to clarify... Because we have a power supply, we know we have an electrolytic cell, which needs energy from an external source. For electrolytic cells, cathodes are considered the negative electrodes. If K+ and H20 go to the cathode, they get reduced...
A direct-current power supply of low voltage (less than 10 volts) has lost the markings that indicate which output terminal is positive and which is negative. A chemist suggests that the power supply terminals be connected to a pair of platinum electrodes that dip into 0.1-mol...
A 0.5224g sample of an unknown monoprotic acid was titrated with 0.0998M of NaOH. The equivalence point of the titration occurs at 23.82 mL. Determine the molar mass of the unknown acid.
Hi Dr. Bob! I actually cleared it all up, but thank you!
Hello, I have data here: tube # Contents Initial color (after 2 drops of universal indicator) Color after adding HCl Color after adding NaOH (after the HCl had been poured) 1 CO32-/HCO3- Dark purple Purple Purple 2 CO32-/HCO3- Dark purple -- -- 3 HCH3CO2/C H3CO2- red Light red...