.predict and expalain the order of melting point for propanol, butane, and proanone with refernce to their intermolecular forces.
1.predict and expalain the order of melting point for propanol, butane, and proanone with refernce to their intermolecular forces. 2. The element sodium, aluminum, silicon, phosphrous, and sulfur are in periods 3 of the periodic table. Decribes the metallic bonding present in ...
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What will be the mass in grams of hydrogen atoms (only) that will be present in 22.2 g of compound A (XH3)?
dx can't be zero
Magnesium reacts with HCl(aq) to form MgCl2 and H2(g) ____ Mg(s) + ____ HCl(aq) -----> ____ MgCl2(aq) + ____ H2(g) The following data was collected for the above reaction: Mg (g) 5% (m/v) HCl (ml) H2 gas produced (ml) 0.50 10 167 0.50 20 333 0.50 30 500 0.50 40 500 0.50 50 ...
The actual chemistry question was, given that there are 4.19 g of C6H6 how many moles do you have and this is how I solved it and it was wrong. 4.19g/78g/mole = .054 moles of C6H6
How many moles are in 13grams of C6H6. should this question be broken down into its imperical formula (CH)6 and calculate the number of moles of CH and multiply by 6 or calculate the gram molecular wt of C6H6 and divide it into 13 grams? I took 13 grams and divided it by the g...
Sorry, a 100-gon is a 100 sided polygon.
a lot of times teachers will throw in a unit that has no meaning. They do this to get used to the idea of always carrying your units out with the problem. I suspect that is what is happening with your problem as I have never heard of a gon.