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August 28, 2014

August 28, 2014

Number of results: 56,124

**PHYSICS**

A sealed cubical container 26.0 cm on a side contains three times Avogadro's number of molecules at a temperature of 15.0°C. Find the force exerted by the gas on one of the walls of the container.
*November 5, 2010 by john*

**physics**

A sealed cubical container 30.0 cm on a side contains three times Avogadro's number of molecules at a temperature of 20.0°C. Find the force exerted by the gas on one of the walls of the container.
*November 8, 2010 by Milo*

**Thermal Physics, Kinetic Theory of Gases**

Oxygen (O2) has a molar mass of 32 g/mol. (e) Suppose an oxygen molecule traveling at this speed bounces back and forth between opposite sides of a cubical vessel 0.10 m on a side. Find the average force it exerts on one of the walls of the container. (Assume that the molecule...
*November 1, 2012 by Help!!*

**chemistry**

If a mole of hydrogen gas (H2) contains 6.02 x 10^23 molecules, how many molecules are there in 10.0 moles of hydrogen gas? Answer 60.20 x 10^23 molecules 6.0 x 10^23 molecules 6.02 x 10^20 molecules 6.02 x 10^24 molecules None of these is correct. would it be 6.02x10^24 or ...
*September 28, 2010 by lala*

**Chemistry**

A pure sample of tritium, 3H, was prepared and sealed in a container for a number of years. Tritium undergoes â decay with a half-life of 12.32 years. How long has the container been sealed if analysis of the contents shows there are 5.25 mol of 3H and 6.35 mol of 3He present...
*December 7, 2010 by Queen*

**math**

a cubical container is half filled with water if the volume of water in the container is 500cm3 find the length of one edge of container?
*April 23, 2012 by john*

**Chemistry- **

If I was trying to find out the number of molecules(N) using moles x avogadro's number, what units would N have?
*October 1, 2013 by Nancy*

**chemistry**

Nitrogen (N2) and hydrogen (H2) react to form ammonia (NH3). Consider a mixture of six nitrogen molecules and six hydrogen molecules in a closed container. Assuming the reaction goes to completion, what will the final product mixture be? number of NH3 molecules? number of N2 ...
*September 9, 2009 by grant*

**Physics**

(a) An ideal gas occupies a volume of 1.6-cm3 at 20°C and atmospheric pressure. Determine the number of molecules of gas in the container. (b) If the pressure of the 1.6-cm3 volume is reduced to 1.6 10-11 Pa (an extremely good vacuum) while the temperature remains constant, ...
*April 25, 2010 by Kelsey*

**CHEMISTRY**

what is the symbol for chromium (II) sulfate? You mean the formula? CrSO4 yes! thanx!!!!!! do u know how to find the number of molecules or atoms in a mole? The number of atoms in a mole is called Avogadro's number, the value of which is approximately 6.02 × 10^23. There are 6...
*December 4, 2006 by INEEDHELP!!!*

**physics**

sealed metal container can withstand a pressure difference of 0.630 . The container initially is filled with an ideal gas at 12 and 0.80 To what temperature can you cool the container before it collapses? (Ignore any changes in the container's volume due to thermal expansion
*January 15, 2011 by Josh*

**Chemistry**

4NH3+5O2 = 4NO + 6 H20 If a container were to have 10 molecules of O2 and 10 molecules of NH3, initially, how many total molecules (reactants plus products) would be present in the container after this reaction goes to completion?
*September 17, 2010 by Margaret*

**math**

the serface of our earth is 20'c for every km, k below the surface the tempature increses by 10'c. let t represent the tempature in 'c 1a write an equation that represent the relationship between disatnce k and t tempature 1b. what is the slope and and y-intercept
*October 17, 2009 by jacky*

**chemistry**

Nitrogen (N2) and hydrogen (H2) react to form ammonia (NH3). Consider a mixture of six nitrogen molecules and six hydrogen molecules in a closed container. Assuming the reaction goes to completion, what will the final product mixture be? number of NH3 molecules number of N2 ...
*January 23, 2009 by lyne*

**chemistry**

4 NH3(g) + 5 O2(g) → 4 NO(g) + 6 H2O(g) If a container were to have 16 molecules of NH3 and 16 molecules of O2 initially, how many total molecules (reactants plus products) would be present in the container after this reaction goes to completion? (Use only whole numbers ...
*October 19, 2013 by Anonymous*

**URGENT 8th Grade Math**

Write a word phrase for the algebraic expression 3x-7. The difference of three times and number x and seven. The difference of seven and three times a number x. Three times a number x fewer than seven.** The quotient of three times a number x and seven. Steve or Ms.Sue am I ...
*September 4, 2013 by Gabby*

**Chemistry**

How many atoms are present in a sample of 2.0 x 10^23 molecules of C7H5(NO2)3? Do you use Avogadro's Number? And please show work.. :)
*January 6, 2012 by Sunny*

**9th grade (math)**

the surface of our earth is 20'c for every km, k below the surface the tempature increses by 10'c. let t represent the tempature in 'c 1a write an equation that represent the relationship between disatnce k and t tempature 1b. what is the slope and and y-intercept
*October 17, 2009 by jacky*

**physics**

Oxygen molecules contain two oxygen atoms, and carbon dioxide molecules contain one atom of carbon and two atoms of oxygen. How does the total number of molecules in 1 liter of oxygen compare with the total number of atoms in 1 liter of carbon dioxide if they are both at the ...
*April 24, 2011 by Loui*

**college math**

1). Sum of three numbers is 45. One number is five more than the second number.It is also twice the third.Find the numbers. 2).Perimeter of quadrilateral is 52in. Longest side is is three times as long as the shortest side. The other two sides are equally long and are 5 in. ...
*March 11, 2012 by micah*

**math**

The number of sweets in Container X was 24 more than Container Y. When I removed 42 sweets from Container X and transfered then in Container Y,the number of sweets in Container Y became thrice of Container X. Find the number of sweets in Container X first.
*February 13, 2012 by Kieron*

**chemistry**

the number of molecules in 6.843*10^-2 kg of Al(NO3)3 is: and this is what i have done so far... 1st i converted the kg to g which is 6.843*10^-5. then i figured out the moles:6.843*10^-5/213.01 i got 3.21*10^-7. i then multiplied this number by avogadro's number(6.022*10^23) ...
*March 5, 2008 by tina*

**Math! Please Check My Answers**

Key: ☺ = My Answer! 2. Write a word phrase for the algebraic expression. 3x - 7 A. The difference of three times a number x and seven. B. The difference of seven and three times a number x. C. Three times a number x fewer than seven. ☺ D. The quotient of three ...
*August 14, 2013 by Jack*

**chemistry**

when there is 3.0 x 10^20 molecules in a closed container, the pressure is 1.2 atm. Using a pumper 1.5 x 10^20 more molecules are added to the container. what is the new pressure?
*January 10, 2010 by bob*

**Chemistry**

In a fixed volume container, 6*10^23 molecules of a gas exert a pressure of 12 N/m^2. If 12*10^23 molecules of gas were added to the container, what would the pressure become? PV=nRT P=pressure in atm V=volume in L T=absolute (kelvin) temperature R=0.082 L atm/mole K n=number ...
*May 27, 2010 by Mike*

**chemistry**

I need help setting up this problem: A 5.0 sample of O2 is in a container at STP. What volume is the container and how many molecules of O2 in the container and how many atoms of oxygen?
*November 9, 2009 by alexis*

**physics/chemistry**

(a) An ideal gas occupies a volume of 1.0 cm3 at 20°C and atmospheric pressure. Determine the number of molecules of gas in the container. i got that right to be 2.5e19 molecules (b) If the pressure of the 1.0 cm3 volume is reduced to 1.0 10-11 Pa (an extremely good vacuum) ...
*January 3, 2011 by kate*

**biology**

1 mole of an element or compound contains 6.20 times 10 to the 23rd power atoms or molecules of the element or compound. 1 mole of an element or compound has a mass equal to its mass number (or molecular weight) in grams. For example, 1 mol of hydrogen gas (H2) contain 6.02 ...
*July 15, 2011 by melly*

**Algebra =/**

One Number Added To Three Times Another Number Is 24. Five Times The First Number Added To Three Times The Other Number Is 36. FInd The Numbers HELP PLEASE!!!!! :)
*November 7, 2012 by Callie*

**Algebra I**

The sum of three numbers is 147. The second number is 4 more than two times the first number. The third number is five less than three times the first number. Find the three numbers. Can you please solve it? I have no idea how to do this. Thanks a lot for any help!
*September 19, 2009 by katya*

**physics**

A sealed container contains 1 mole of neon gas at STP. Estimate the number of neon atoms having speeds in the range from 200 m/s to 202 m/s. (Hint: Assume the probability of neon atoms having speeds between 200 m/s and 202 m/s is constant).
*April 17, 2012 by zuhra*

**physics**

A sealed container contains 1 mole of neon gas at STP. Estimate the number of neon atoms having speeds in the range from 200 m/s to 202 m/s. (Hint: Assume the probability of neon atoms having speeds between 200 m/s and 202 m/s is constant).
*April 18, 2012 by zuhra*

**Math**

You have a 7-liter, and an 11-liter container with no markings on them. Both are empty. You may fill up any of them from the water faucet any number of times, you may empty any of them any time, and you may pour water from one container to the other any number of times. using ...
*February 2, 2010 by Sam*

**AP Chemistry**

Equal masses of Ne and Ar are placed in a rigid, sealed container. If the total pressure in the container is 1.2 atm, what is the partial pressure of Ar?
*November 6, 2013 by Elizabeth*

**Chemistry**

A sealed flask containing 1.0 mole of H (g) and a sealed flask containing 2.0 moles of He(g) are at the same. 2 temperature. The two gases must have equal 1. masses 2. volumes 3. average kinetic energies 4. numbers of molecules
*April 12, 2009 by .*

**Chemistry**

A sealed flask containing 1.0 mole of H2(g) and a sealed flask containing 2.0 moles of He(g) are at the same temperature. The two gases must have equal 1. masses 2. volumes 3. average kinetic energies 4. numbers of molecules
*April 12, 2009 by .*

**Honors Biology**

Can someone check my work please? We had to fill in the blanks of a short paragraph with the correct keywords, but all these acronyms (I think thats what they're called ;P) confuse me. My answers will be in parentheses. " The Calvin Cycle begins when one molecule of carbon ...
*October 15, 2008 by Emily*

**begining algebra**

One side of a triangle is three times the shortest side. The third side is 7 feet more than the shortest side. The perimeter is 62 feet. Find all three sides.
*February 10, 2010 by D*

**Chemistry**

Consider a 980-mL container at 133 °C in which the pressure of nitrogen oxide is 0.394x106 Pa. a) What mass of nitrogen oxide (in g) is present in this container? b) How many molecules is this? (a)----g (b)-----molecules
*May 2, 2010 by write2khin*

**Physics**

48.0 g of oxygen (O2 is diatomic) are confined in a rigid 1.00x10^3 L cubical container at temperature 300.0 K. Find the gas pressure and the force exerted by the oxygen gas on any of the six faces of the cube. Mass number of an oxygen atom is 16.0 1.00L=10^-3 m^3
*April 24, 2013 by Lashawn*

**math**

What is the way to find the answer to the problem....3x+1=10? My teacher told us in class but I just didn't understad it. The idea is to get the x all alone on one side. Subtract one from each side. Then, divide each side by three. 3x + 1 = 10 First subtract 1 from both sides...
*October 24, 2006 by Jorden*

**Math**

The sum of three numbers is 301. The second number is 3 less than twelve times the first number. The third number is 4 more than seven times the number. Find the three numbers.
*September 24, 2009 by Jessica*

**science**

what is the kinetic energy, in J, of a)an Ar atom moving w/ a speed of 650m/s b)a mole of Ar atoms moving w/ a speed of 650m/s? a) K.E. = (1/2) M V^2 For M, use the mass of an Argon atom. It equals 0.040 kg (40 g) divided by Avogadro's number. M must be in kg to get the K.E. ...
*January 8, 2007 by michelle*

**physics**

In Figure 12-68, two identical, uniform, and frictionless spheres, each of mass 4.1 kg, rest in a rigid rectangular container. A line connecting their centers is at 45° to the horizontal. Find the magnitudes of the forces on the spheres from (a) the bottom of the container, (b...
*December 29, 2010 by Sarah*

**Science**

5.00 mol of solid A was placed in a sealed 1.00-L container and allowed to decompose into gaseous B and C. The concentration of B steadily increased until it reached 1.10 M, where it remained constant. Then, the container volume was doubled and equilibrium was re-established. ...
*April 4, 2014 by Susie*

**Word Problem**

A UPS employee, Davis, packs and labels three types of packages: basic packages, business packages, and oversized packages. Business packages take a priority over basic packages, and oversized packages because those customers paid a premium to have guaranteed two-day delivery...
*September 12, 2011 by Julie*

**St. Martin**

A container of volume 20.5 cm3 is initially filled with air. The container is then evacuated at 0oC to a pressure of 19 mPa. How many molecules are in the container after evacuation if we assume that air is an ideal gas?
*November 8, 2010 by Tanya*

**physics**

A container of volume 14.2 cm3 is initially filled with air. The container is then evacuated at 0oC to a pressure of 32 mPa. How many molecules are in the container after evacuation if we assume that air is an ideal gas?
*November 18, 2010 by serena*

**Physics **

A container of volume 19.4 cm3 is initially filled with air. The container is then evacuated at 0oC to a pressure of 6.0 mPa. How many molecules are in the container after evacuation if we assume that air is an ideal gas?
*October 29, 2013 by Chris *

**physics**

In a gas at standard temperature and pressure, what is the length of the side of a cube that contains a number of molecules equal to the population of the earth (about 6 million people at present)? I know STP is 1 atm and 273K, but I have no clue how to start this problem. Any...
*November 19, 2009 by sarah*

**MS. SUE - MATH HELP PLEASE**

The sum of five times a number and twice a second number is 18, but the difference of three times the first number and seven times the second number is -22. Find the two numbers using the elimination method.
*January 16, 2014 by Katalina*

** physics problem!!**

If the water molecules in 5.70 g of water (H2O) were distributed uniformly over the surface of the Earth, how many such molecules would there be on 1.40 cm2 of the Earth's surface? -Molar mass Hydrogen gas(H2)=2.02 g/mol -Molar mass Oxygen gas (O2) = 32.0 g/mol -Radius of ...
*April 9, 2013 by boom*

**math**

Which of the following best describes the relationship between the size of a one ounce container compared to a one pound container? 1 the size of a one oz container is 16 times the size of a pound container. 2 the size of a one oz container is 1\16 the size of a 1 pound ...
*February 27, 2012 by brianna*

**math help**

Five added to three times a number is 29. can someone help me rewrite these in algrebric form thank you Three more than a number times two and the result is twelve. The sum of plus 7 minus 13 is 27. The product of ten and a number plus eight equals eighty-eight
*December 9, 2007 by keauanna*

**Chemistry**

Flask a contains 2 liters of ch4 (g) and flask b contains 2 liters of 02 (g) each gas sample has the same 1) density 2) mass 3) number of molecules 4) number of atoms
*February 16, 2011 by Noelle*

**Math 116**

Translate into an algebraic expression. Use x and y for any variables. The sum of three times a number plus three times another number. The translation is what. Help me I do not understand this problem.
*February 10, 2009 by M Vance*

**chem**

One mole of an ideal gas is sealed in a 22.4- container at a pressure of 1 and a temperature of 273 . The temperature is then increased to 305 , but the container does not expand. What will the new pressure be?
*October 9, 2008 by Anonymous*

**chemistry**

One mole of an ideal gas is sealed in a 22.4-L container at a pressure of 1 and a temperature of 273 K . The temperature is then increased to 305 K , but the container does not expand. What will the new pressure be?
*October 9, 2008 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

I understand there is a relationship between pressure & temperature in a sealed rigid container. An open container is placed in a freezer at -15 degrees C then the door is opened and the cap replaced with the freezer at 1000mb what will the pressure be within the container if ...
*December 7, 2011 by Mike*

**Geometry**

In a triangle with integer side lengths, one side is three times as long as a second side, and the length of the third side is 15. What is the greatest possible perimeter of the triangle?
*August 15, 2014 by itrixie*

**Chemistry**

4.00 mol of solid A was placed in a sealed 1.00-L container and allowed to decompose into gaseous B and C. The concentration of B steadily increased until it reached 1.20 M, where it remained constant. A(s) <-------> B(g)+C(g) Then, the container volume was doubled and ...
*February 5, 2013 by Anon*

**Honors Geometry**

A cylindrical container weighs 36 ounces. Another container made out of the same material is similar to the first container with a height that is three-fourths the height of the first container. To the nearest tenth of an ounce, how much does the second container weigh?
*May 2, 2008 by Confused.*

**Chem**

How many chlorine atoms are in 5.0 g of C2H3Cl3O2? What mass of C2H3Cl3O2 would contain 1.0g Cl? There are 6.02 x 10^23 atoms in a mole of anything. Calculate the molar mass of your compound, that mass will contain 6.02 x 10^23 molecules of that material (whatever it is), then...
*December 9, 2006 by Min*

**pressure**

a flexible container at an initial volume of 7.14L contains 9.51mol of gas. more gas is then added to the container until it reaches final volume of 17.1L. assuming the pressure and temperature of the gas remain constant, calculate the number of moles of gas added to the ...
*September 18, 2013 by Anonymous*

**Chemistry**

What would be the steps to solving this problem? The aluminum sulfate hydrate [Al2(SO4)3 (times) xH2O] contains 8.20 % Al by mass. Calculate x, that is , the number of water molecules associated with each Al2(SO4)3 unit.
*August 26, 2010 by Amy~*

**Physics**

The professor gave us no background material or explanations for any of these questions. 1. Imagine that molecules of H20 are stacked up in a cubic array, like a large number of cubical boxes. Each water molecule is taken to be at the center of each cube in this array. Let the...
*January 30, 2009 by jm*

**Chemistry**

A sealed 1.0L flask is charged with .500mol I2 and .500mol Br2 and an equilibrium reaction esues: I2(g)+Br2(g)=2IBr(g) When the container contents achieve equilibrium, the flask contains .84 mol of IBr. What is the value of the eqilibrium constant? (K)
*March 21, 2013 by Jonah*

**Chemistry**

A container is filled with 8.0×10^21 O2 molecules at 9 Celsius and 815 mm Hg. What is the volume in mL of the container?
*May 15, 2010 by Sam*

**biochemistry**

please explain how to get these answers (answers provided): 1. If this cell were a muscle cell (myocyte), how many molecules of actin could it hold? (Assume the cell is spherical and no other cellular components are present; actin molecules are spherical, with a diameter of 3....
*January 16, 2008 by stew*

**chemistry**

what do coefficents represent in a balanced equation? What would removing air from a sealed container do to the container? What does it mean that "like dissolves like"? Dissolving a solute in a solvent does what to the solven'ts freezing and boiling points? What must be true ...
*June 10, 2008 by Miley*

**chemistry**

calculate number of dichlorine molecules in a 5.00ml container at 40 degrees Celsius and a pressure of 2.14 x 10^4 Pa.
*November 27, 2012 by matt*

**math**

one number is three more than a second number. Three times the first is 7 less than 2 times the second. Find the numbers. The value of the second number is ___
*October 21, 2010 by Anonymous*

**Chemistry**

Please help me out... The pressure of a container of fluorine gas with a volume of 1.5L is 678mmHg at 55.0*C. a. If the volume of the fluorine gas increases to 5.0L, what would be the pressure of the gas in atm? The amount and tempature of gas are consistant. b.How many grams ...
*November 19, 2011 by Victor*

**math**

write the verbal sentence as an equation.then solve the equation Three less than 11 times a number is equal to 9 plus 5 times the number. twelve less than -9 times a number is equal to 8 minus 4 times the number
*December 10, 2008 by christina*

**solutions**

How many molecules of glycerol (C3, H8, O3) would be present in 1 L of M glycerol solution? I am thinking it is 6.02 x 10^23 but have also heard conflicting opinions. You don't give the molarity of the C3H8O3. 1 mole of anything contains 6.02 x 10^23 molecules of that "thing...
*September 17, 2006 by sarah*

**chemistry**

are these right? How many atoms are there in 1.3x10^22 molecules NO2? atoms=(1.3x10^22 molecules NO2) x (2atoms/1molecule) = 2.6x10^22 atoms NO2 A 5.0g sample of O2 is in a container at STP. How many atoms of oxygen are in the container? atoms = (5.0g O2) x (1mol/32g)x (6....
*December 14, 2008 by s*

**Chemistry**

please check my answers for the following questions. 1) when a measurement that has six significant digits is divided by a measurement that has three significant digits, how many significant digits should the answer have? ANSWER: 2 2) How many hydrogen atoms are in 5 molecules...
*July 31, 2007 by anonymous*

**Chemistry**

Calcium fluoride is the well-known mineral fluorite. It is known that each unit cell contains four Ca2+ ions and eight F- ions and that the Ca2+ are arranged in a face-centered cubic lattice. The F- ions fill all the tetrahedral holes. The edge of the CaF2 unit cell is 5.46295...
*April 18, 2011 by Jay*

**math problem**

Two large containers each contain the same amount of juice. When 54oz. of the first container are poured into the second container, the second container has 4 times as much juice as the first container. How many ounces of juice did the first container originally have?
*October 27, 2012 by Bob*

**Chemistry **

Nitrogen and hydrogen react to form ammonia. Consider the mixture of N2 and H2 in a closed container. In this container there are 6 diatomic molecules of hydrogen and 6 diatomic molecules of nitrogen. assuming the reaction goes to completion draw a representation of the ...
*March 3, 2010 by student*

**math**

the first side of a triangle is 8 meters longer than the second side. the third side is 3 times the second side. the perimeter is 128 meters. find the lengths of the three sides.
*February 4, 2010 by jack*

**Pre Algebra**

The first side of a triangle is 8 meters longer than twice the second side. The third side is 3 times the second side. The perimeter is 128 meters. Find the lengths of the three sides.
*January 13, 2010 by Elisa*

**science**

You are confronted with the following question: One mole of an ideal gas is sealed in a 22.4- container at a pressure of 1 and a temperature of 273 . The temperature is then increased to 305 , but the container does not expand. What will the new pressure be? Part A The most ...
*March 20, 2012 by Anonymous*

**chem**

Yesterday, Jason had a sample of helium indoors (T = 23oC) in a sealed container, with a pressure of 760 mm Hg. He got bored and took the container outside, where the temperature was a blistering 35oC. He calculated the new pressure to be 750 mm Hg. Jason knew that this answer...
*December 2, 2007 by Tom*

**college chemistry**

If I find the energy emitted by an excited sodium atom when it generates a photon.and then, When i have to find the energy emitted by 1mol of excited sodium atoms at this wvelength do I multiply the first by avogadro's number? 1mol has avogadro number of atoms right?
*November 9, 2008 by Julie*

**Combinatorics**

Entropy 1. Suppose a room has n molecules of a gas. We divide the room into k equal parts. How many ways can the molecules be split evenly between the parts (you may assume that n is divisible by k)? How many ways can the molecules be in only one part? What are the most common...
*April 30, 2012 by Layla*

**Chemistry**

1)The chemical formula for aspirin is C9H8O4. What is the mass of 0.40 mol of aspirin? How would I find this? 2)The gram molecular mass of oxygen is 16.0 g right? 3)How would I find the mass, in grams, of 3.01 x 10^23 molecules of water? 1. Add the atomic masses of the ...
*July 31, 2007 by anonymous*

**10th grade math**

The sum of three numbers is 301. The second number is 3 less than twelve times the first number. The third number is 4 more than seven times the first number.
*December 11, 2009 by Rebecca*

**9th math algebra**

The stars indicate the answers i think are correct. 1. What number is a solution of the inequality? m > 13/3 a.3 b.5 * c.2 d.-9 2. Write the inequality in words. 3n < 52 (1 point) a.fifty-two less than three times n *b.Three times n is less than fifty-two. c.Three times ...
*December 13, 2009 by Amy*

**Math 8R: Homework Check - Part 4**

Part 4: Translate and solve: 25. 6 less than twice a number is ten Answer : 2n - 6 = 10 (answer: n = 8) 26. The quotient of a number and 4 plus 3 is 8 Answer: n/4 + 3 = 8 (answer: n = 29) 27. 4 less than three times a number is -28 Answer: 3n - 4 = -28 (answer: n = -8) 28. ...
*October 29, 2012 by Laruen*

**chemistry**

How do you calculate the % empty sapce in 100mL of air. Using Avogadro's number(6.02x10^23) and the average volume of O2 and N2(3.8x10^-24 cm3/molecule). I think you can use the ideal gas law but am not really sure how to do it. I also have a similar question to fund the % ...
*February 4, 2009 by Christy*

**Intro to Physics**

(a) An ideal gas occupies a volume of 3.0 cm3 at 20°C and atmospheric pressure. Determine the number of molecules of gas in the container. _____________molecules (b) If the pressure of the 3.0-cm3 volume is reduced to 2.4 × 10−11 Pa (an extremely good vacuum) while the ...
*November 14, 2012 by Madison*

**Chemistry**

Calculate the boiling tempature for a solution which contains 0.325 mol of calcium phosphate (Ca3(PO4)2) dissolved into 240.0 g of water.
*March 23, 2011 by Hailey*

**UNO**

A blood sample contains several different types of cells, each of which contains different combinations of specific ions and molecules. The cells are suspended in water, and the water also contains many molecules and ions. Which term or terms could be used to describe this ...
*January 26, 2011 by henry*

**chemistry, first year university**

Solid NH4N3 decomposes explosively according to the following equation: NH4N3(s) ⇌ 2N2(g) + 2H2(g) A small amount of ammonium azide was placed in a sealed container and the air was removed. The sample was then detonated. At equilibrium the total pressure in the container...
*May 11, 2014 by julie*

**Math please help with these word problems i have**

1. The circumference of a circle is the product of the number π and twice the radius. 2. The area of a square is the square of the length of a side. 3. The perimeter of a square is four times the length of a side. 4. Force equals the product of mass and acceleration. 5. ...
*July 13, 2012 by Tony*

**Chemistry **

I am having such a hard time approaching this problem. It would be great if you can help me. 1.0 mole of CH4 react with 1.0 mole of O2 in a sealed container. (a) When the reaction is complete, what is the container? (b) How many moles of water are produced? CH4 + 2O2 ---> ...
*October 15, 2012 by Lana *

**Chemistry **

I am having such a hard time approaching this problem. It would be great if you can help me. 1.0 mole of CH4 react with 1.0 mole of O2 in a sealed container. (a) When the reaction is complete, what is the container? (b) How many moles of water are produced? CH4 + 2O2 ---> ...
*October 15, 2012 by Lana *

**Chemistry**

After 4.00 mol of C2H4(g) and 2.50 mol of Br2 (g) are placed in a sealed 1.0L container, the reaction reaches equilibrium and is written following: C2H4(g) + Br2(g) -> C2H4Br2(g) ... Calculate the equilibrium concentrations of all three substances.
*August 9, 2012 by Sarah*

**math**

Paul multiplied the sum of three and a number by three. This result was equal to fifty four plus twelve times the opposite of the number. What was his number? please explain and show work.
*July 2, 2014 by Johnny *

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