when did it lose the mass?
of 37 hcl solution ???
I assume you are looking to predict the solution of the salt. Very few ionic crystals are good conductors unless dissolved.
What is its dissociation constant?
drop the crystal in each tube. If it crystallizes, you dropped it in C if it is unchanged, you dropped it in B if it dissolves, you dropped it in A
dissociation constant would be very nice to know
21. g(x)=21(sinTheta) and Sin can go from -1 to 1
10(660)-12(300)-15*200=0 6600-3600-3000=0 0=0 checks
sum moments about the right end. 5*200+8*300+load*20-F*10=0 where F is the balance point force. Summing vertical forces F=300+200+load 5*200+8*300+load*20-(300+200+ load )*10=0 3400+20Load-5,000-10Load=0 load=160N I am not certain what you did. Now, check. Sum moments about th...
see your other problem as an example. if necessary, I can check your work.
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