What is the hydronium ion concentration in a 0.010M solution of carbonic acid, H2CO3? For carbonic acid, Ka1=4.2x10^-7 and Ka2=4.8x10^-11.
in a 0.40 M solution of diprotic acid H2A(Ka=7.4x10^-5, Ka2=5.0x10^-10 at 25 celsius), what is the equilibrium concentration of A^2-? A)0.40m b)0.80M C)5.4x10^-3m d)1.4x10^-5M E)5.0x10^-10M
a)00> = 1/sqrt2 |01> = 0 |10> = 0 |11> = 1/sqrt2 b) 4
The majority of galaxies (by number) are: lenticulars barred spirals dwarfs giant ellipticals
What explains the observation that galaxy clustering is stronger at higher redshifts, which is an apparent reversal of the trend out to about z ~ 1? It is difficult to measure peculiar velocities Rich clusters have more galaxies than poor clusters Density contrast seems to gro...
Which of these is the correct relationship between b, the bias factor, the fluctuations in mass (Δρ/ρ)mass and the fluctuations in light (Δρ/ρ)light? b2(Δρ/ρ)light = (Δρ/ρ)mass−1 (Δρ/ρ)light ([...
What can we say about the future evolution of irregular clusters? They will become less centrally concentrated and assume a roughly uniform spatial density. They are not yet in a dynamical equilibrium, but will likely reach it eventually. They will keep contracting until they ...
magine you look through a really strong telescope and see a rich cluster. Your telescope is so good that you can see a single galaxy at the center of the cluster. What can you say about that galaxy and be pretty confident that you are correct? It has mass smaller than that of ...
We see less cluster evolution at larger redshifts
Which of the following is evidence that the evolution of disk galaxies can be greatly affected by their large scale environment? Comparison of emissions from elliptical galaxies in x-ray and optical bands Hydrogen gas deficiency in spiral galaxies near cluster cores The abunda...