The solubility of benzoic acid in water is 2.56g in 100cm3 at 79 C and 0.29g in 100cm3 at 20 C. What is the minimum volume of water in which 1g of benzoic acid can be dissolved at 79 C? I set up a dimensional analysis but since the question gives 2 sets of results, I do not ...
June 25, 2008
i have homework and we have to name this shape below and note one of it's specal properties;i have traiedlooking on pc but i don't know the name of it;have eney one got an idear.r.s.v.p. Sophie-opel evan
April 11, 2008
Assuming the final concentration of chloride anion after the addition of HCl (precipitation step) was 0.1M, what is the remaining concentration of Ag+ in the solution? (pKsp for AgCl = 9.74)
February 27, 2008
maths and english
i have trouble with my subtractioin i also have problems with my spellings please help Please check these sites for games to help you improve your spelling. http://www.funbrain.com/spell/index.html http://www.eduplace.com/kids/hmsv/smg/ Please post a subtraction problem that ...
May 9, 2007
my writing is not very nice and neat should i practice more Here is what you can do: Start a Journal (blank book), writing on alternate pages. Write in it every day. Weekly, give it to a trusted friend (mom, aunt, friend) who can take the journal and mark up errors. Rewrite ...
May 8, 2007
why use a 3 wire system instead of a 2 wire system when wiring an electric heater with metal casing So the metal casing can be "grounded" andnot aquire the potential lethal voltage if a 110 V wire inside becomes loose, wet or loses its insulation. If this happens, ...
December 29, 2006
Physics! PLEASE HELP re Newton's Laws
What would you do given the following scenarios? 1. You are the capitan of a spacecraft traveling in the far reaches of outer space, a great distance from any other body. Unexpectedly your radar indicates a meteor on a collision course with your craft, necessitating a sudden ...
December 3, 2006
Physics- Newton's Laws in Space
Hi! I would really appreciate it if you could help me think through these questions discussing Newton's Laws in Space... Directions: Consider the following scenarios ignoring the effects of gravity: 1. You are the capitan of a spacecraft traveling in the far reaches of ...
December 2, 2006
How do you find the angle of FAC when: D is in the interior of <BAE E is in the interior of <DAE F is in the interior of <EAC m<BAC=130 degrees m<EAC=100 degrees m<BAD=m<EAF=m<FAC ? FAC is 40 degrees. All of these lines are linear pairs held on an 180 ...
October 16, 2006