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December 9, 2016

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math
What is the mass of a liquid if its density is 5 g/ML and its volume is 25 mL?
March 11, 2011 by joo

science
At what temperature will water change. From liquid to . Solid.
January 6, 2013 by Anonymous

math
A cylindrical container has a volume of 226 cubic inches. the container is filled 3/4 of the way with water. To the nearest cubic inch, what is the volume of water in the container? How many more cubic inches of water is needed to fill the container? please explain.
December 6, 2012 by sandy

AP Chem - to Dr. Bob
I don't understand how to even start this problem: A mixture of H2(g), O2(g), and 2 mL of H2O is present in a 0.5 L rigid container at 25 degrees Celsius. The number of moles of H2 and the number of moles of O2 are equal. The total pressure is 1146 mmHg. Vapor pressure of ...
January 23, 2007 by Belinda

chemistry
Water has an equilibrium vapor pressure of 23.8 mm Hg at 25 C. If 1.00 g H2O is sealed in a 20 L flask, what mass will remain in the liquid phase when equilibrium is established? ( 760 mmHg = 1 atm, R =0.0821 L.atm/mol.K)
January 22, 2011 by daniel

Science
How can I describe the following things about water in sketches or drawings? please give me ideas 1.High heat capacity 2.High heat of vaporization 3.Water is a solvent 4.Water molecules are cohesive and adhesive 5. Frozen water is less dense than liquid water 6. Water has a ...
February 10, 2016 by Kylie

AP chemistry
Liquid butane, C4H10, is stored in cylinders, to be used as a fuel. The normal boiling point of butane is listed as -0.5 C. (a) suppose the tank is standing in the sun and reaches a temperature of 35 C. Would you expect the pressure in the tank to be greater or less than ...
October 28, 2012 by Harry

Physics _ Please please help
A hollow brass cylinder is weighed on a pan balance (kitchen scale) which read in kg. The scale reading is 5.56 kg. The brass cylinder is now removed from the scale and is replaced by a beaker of liquid density 1.56 * 10^3 kg/m^3; the scale now reads 17.50 kg. The brass ...
August 9, 2011 by Alexandria

PHYSICS
A hollow brass cylinder is weighed on a pan balance (kitchen scale) which read in kg. The scale reading is 5.56 kg. The brass cylinder is now removed from the scale and is replaced by a beaker of liquid density 1.56 * 10^3 kg/m^3; the scale now reads 17.50 kg. The brass ...
August 10, 2011 by Alexandria

math 101
how much liquid containing 6% boric acid should be mixed with 2 quarts of a liquid that is 15% boric acid in order to obtain a solution that is 12% boric acid?
September 13, 2016 by arvee

Chemistry
A 67gr mass of solid iron is heated by a flame until the temp of the iron equals the temp of the flame. The solid iron is then dropped into 250gr of liquid water at 26 degrees C. After 5 mins, the iron and the water are both at 47 degrees C. Specific heat: Iron- .451 Water- 4.184
March 30, 2009 by Lacey

physics
A glass bulb with radius 15 cm is filled with water vapor at a temperature of 500 K. On the exterior of the bulb a spot with area 2.0 mm^2 is placed in contact with liquid nitrogen. This causes the temperature of the spot to drop well below 0◦C. When the gaseous water ...
May 22, 2012 by sand

chemistry
A glass bulb with radius 15 cm is filled with water vapor at a temperature of 500 K. On the exterior of the bulb a spot with area 2.0 mm^2 is placed in contact with liquid nitrogen. This causes the temperature of the spot to drop well below 0◦C. When the gaseous water ...
May 24, 2012 by sand

physics
A glass bulb with radius 15 cm is filled with water vapor at a temperature of 500 K. On the exterior of the bulb a spot with area 2.0 mm^2 is placed in contact with liquid nitrogen. This causes the temperature of the spot to drop well below 0◦C. When the gaseous water ...
May 24, 2012 by sand

physics
A glass bulb with radius 15 cm is filled with water vapor at a temperature of 500 K. On the exterior of the bulb a spot with area 2.0 mm^2 is placed in contact with liquid nitrogen. This causes the temperature of the spot to drop well below 0◦C. When the gaseous water ...
May 27, 2012 by sand

Thermodynamics
The initial state consists of a closed system containing one mole of water (liquid) at 85°C and 1 atmosphere pressure. The immediate surroundings are also at 85°C and 1 atmosphere pressure. The change in state is described as this one mole of liquid forming vapor at 85°C, ...
October 3, 2013 by Elaine

organic chemistry lab
A student wished to prepare ethylene gas by dehydration of ethanol at 140°C using sulfuric acid as the dehydrating agent. A low-boiling liquid was obtained instead of ethylene. What was the liquid, and how might the reaction conditions be changed to give ethylene? Please explain
January 19, 2009 by ladi

organic chemistry lab
A student wished to prepare ethylene gas by dehydration of ethanol at 140°C using sulfuric acid as the dehydrating agent. A low-boiling liquid was obtained instead of ethylene. What was the liquid, and how might the reaction conditions be changed to give ethylene? Please explain
January 19, 2009 by ladi

physics
The density of liquid carbon dioxide is about 0.8 g/cm^3. What volume fraction inside the fire extinguisher (when full) is occupied by CO2? The density of CO2 gas is negligible compared to the density of liquid CO2. My answer was 75%. Please verify. Thanks.
December 23, 2013 by Alice

Science (2nd Try)
To determine the boing point of a liquid, a student heats 10 mL of the liquid in a test tube and records the temperature every minute for 20 minutes. In this example, time is the what? The choices are: Independent variable dependent variable hypothesis control Is it dependent ...
May 23, 2013 by Jane

Science
9. Which one of the following statements is characteristic of liquid water? A. It has a definite shape but not a definite volume. B. It has neither a definite shape nor a definite volume. C. It has a definite volume and a definite shape. D. It has a definite volume but not a ...
August 21, 2012 by Sara

Chemistry
Calculate the ΔHrxn for the following reactions using the heats of formation given in the table at the end of this assignment: a)The complete combustion of methane, CH4, producing water as a liquid. b)The complete combustion of glucose, C6H12O6, producing water as a ...
February 4, 2015 by Beth

Chemistry 101
A flask containing a mixture of CH4(g) and NH3(g)is cooled. At -33.3c a liquid begins to form in the flask. What is the liquid? NH3(g) or CH4(g)
November 18, 2010 by Evette C.

Chemistry
Steam is compressed reversibly to liquid water at the boiling point 100C. The heat of vaporisation of water at 100C and 1.01325 bar is 2258Jg^-1. Calculate for one mole of water in term of work done(w),q,H and U for the process
April 8, 2012 by Charles

Science
Please check my answers (at the bottom) with these questions. 1. An apple quickly changes color when exposed to air. This demonstrates a ________. (1 point) physical property chemical property physical change all of the above 2. When a chunk of dry ice is at room temperature, ...
May 7, 2013 by Annabelle Hartz

Biology /science
How can I describe the following things about water in sketches or drawings? please give me ideas 1.High heat capacity 2.High heat of vaporization 3.Water is a solvent 4.Water molecules are cohesive and adhesive 5. Frozen water is less dense than liquid water 6. Water has a ...
February 10, 2016 by Kylie

3rd homework
the water cycle lesson 2 how water changes and moves 1. ____________ water changes from a __________ to a _________________ 2. ____________ water changes from a _________ to a ________________ 3. _________________ Liquid water falls to the ground as _______________ * the water...
October 27, 2010 by choconcung

chemistry/physics
A glass bulb with radius 15 cm is filled with water vapor at a temperature of 500 K. On the exterior of the bulb a spot with area 2.0 mm^2 is placed in contact with liquid nitrogen. This causes the temperature of the spot to drop well below 0◦C. When the gaseous water ...
May 24, 2012 by sand

engineering
Design a packed tower for the absorption SO2 from air. The SO2 feed contain 0.0016 mol frac A into pure water in column that is 1.5 m2 cross sectional area and 3.5 m in height. The flow rates of entering gas and liquid are 111.5 kmol/h and 3860 kmol/h, respectively. The outlet...
March 12, 2011 by Robert Bachman

chemistry calculation
I need to know what volume of liquid phosphoric acid at 85%, H3PO4 with density of 1.685 will replace 5 grams of powdered NaH2PO4. H2O. thanks
June 1, 2013 by sue

Chemistry
(a) The phase diagram of the binary system, neodymium-scandium ( Nd-Sc ) is given below. There are two polymorphs in the solid state: alpha which is hexagonal close packed (HCP) and beta which is body-centered cubic (BCC). Identify all phases present at points 1, 2, and 3. ...
December 11, 2012 by Odesa

SAT Math
A container in the shape of a right circular cylinder contains 12 liters of liquid when it is filled to 3/4 of its height. How many liters does it contain when it is completely filled?
July 10, 2011 by Yuri

cHEMISRTY 101
(A) What is the mass of 150 mL of a liquid with a density of 1.4 g/mL
February 3, 2011 by Anonymous

Chemistry
A liquid has a density of 0.98 g/mL, what is the mass of 8.0 mL? And show work.
September 4, 2012 by Trip

chemistry
What is the mass of 225ml of a liquid that has a density of 0.880g/ml
September 4, 2015 by Sarah

science
5.00 lb of mercury is spilled onto a counter and forms a circular puddle with a diameter of 67.2 cm. Assuming the puddle is cylindrical shape, what is the thickness of the puddle of mercury? Extra info: [1 lb = 435.6 g. Mercury is a liquid metal having a density of 13.6 g/mL. ...
September 6, 2011 by Monica

Chem
Co2(g) ---> CO2(l) + heat This equation was given to me and asked why high pressure was needed to keep carbon dioxide in the liquid state. With the information given; I don't exactly know how to answer the question. How do you increase the pressure of a liquid. For gases ...
July 27, 2009 by Lena

chemistry
Copper (II) flouride contains 37.42% F by mass. Use this percentage to calculate the mass of flourine (in grams) contained in 35.6 g of copper (II)fluoride. --- How many grams of Cl are present in 55g of CFCl3?
March 26, 2008 by Anonymous

Chemistry
When 80.0 mL of HCl is added to 80.0 mL of NH3OH, the temperature increases 2.5 celsius. Assuming the final solution has the same specific heat capacity as liquid water, the heat produced in the reaction between two solutions is: I don't get how to find the moles and mass
February 22, 2015 by Wendy

Chemistry
When 80.0 mL of HCl is added to 80.0 mL of NH3OH, the temperature increases 2.5 celsius. Assuming the final solution has the same specific heat capacity as liquid water, the heat produced in the reaction between two solutions is: I don't know how to find the moles and mass
February 22, 2015 by Wendy

chemistry
1. Given that 50 grams of ice is heated at -20.0 °C to steam at 135.0 °C. i. Show the graph of the changes from ice to steam ii. Calculate the energy needed to change the ice to steam Please use these values: Heat of fusion = 334.16 J g¯1 Heat of vaporization = 2259 J g¯1 ...
March 9, 2016 by bliss

chem
are all gases less dense than liquid water?
January 21, 2010 by Anonymous

chemistry
write the specific heat water and liquid and gas
December 1, 2014 by kk

Chemistry
So I do know how to work out letter a) but I'm still very confused with parts b and c. Appreciate the help! 2FeN(s) + 3H2(g) --> 2Fe(s) + 2NH3(g) Suppose that the reaction is carried out at 300C and 3.00 atm. 1.00 grams of iron (III) nitride reacts. a)What is the volume of ...
January 22, 2012 by Alexandra

chemistry
the heat of vaporization of liquid oxygen at 1.01325bar is 6820JMol at its boiling point,-183C, at that pressure. For the reversible vaporization of liquid oxygen calculate (a)q per mole (b) change in U (c) change in S (d) change in G
January 6, 2013 by samjid

Chem
In a lab where a thermometer is used to measure temperature for a hot liquid it is possible as and error that the thermometer will cause the temperature of the liquid to cool slightly causing a observation error but how can this be fixed to minimize error?
September 15, 2016 by Sherry

physics-kinetic theory
A glass bulb with radius 15 cm is filled with water vapor at a temperature of 500 K. On the exterior of the bulb a spot with area 2.0 mm^2 is placed in contact with liquid nitrogen. This causes the temperature of the spot to drop well below 0◦C. When the gaseous water ...
May 25, 2012 by sand

Physical Science
1. which of the following should be classified as a suspension? A. soda** B. sand in water C. glass D. milk 2. Which of the following is an of example of a chemical property? A. density B. flammability C. hardness** D. melting point 3. Which state of matter has a definite ...
October 20, 2016 by Becky

physics
A copper container of mass 100g contains 500g of water. A steel paddle of mass 85g stirs the water. A pulley system operates the paddle. A) the mass (15kg) drops 2,4m, turning the steel paddle. Assume heat lost to surrounding is negligible. 1. Find the energy transfered to the...
July 20, 2014 by Haiano

physics
balloon filled with 1 liter of water (1000 cm^3) in equilibrium in a container of water, the balloon is totally submerged in the water. a. What is the mass of 1 liter of water? b. What is the weight of the 1 liter of water? need assitance in setting up problem and figuring out...
October 23, 2006 by mitch

chem
1.) When determining the melting point it's described in my text as recording 2 points in the melting process. a) when the first drop of liquid is seen b) when all of the compound is liquified and since I have to determine the melting point of sulfanilamide pure and impure (I ...
September 3, 2007 by ~christina~

Physics
The liquid in the tube has a density of 1.48 g/cm^3 . The atmospheric pressure is 1.013 X 10^5 newtons per square meter. What is the pressure P in the container? Please walk me through your steps, don't just suggest a formula. Thank you very much.
June 11, 2012 by Jen

Chemistry
Which of the following chemical reactions is an example of an endothermic reaction? A. Making ice cubes from liquid water B. Burning a candle C. The evaporation of water D. The combustion of gasoline I think c
November 22, 2014 by Morgan

science
Data: (time, temperature in degrees Celsius) 0,89 1,85 2,78 3,71 4,64 5,64 6,64 7,64 8,64 9,64 9,64 10,61 11,57 12,51 13,45 14,39 15,36 First I had to graph these points on the graph paper provided, which I did. Then it asks to identify the freezing point, and label the ...
November 7, 2010 by Anonymous

science need help
2 H2 + O2 = 2H2O 2 grams + 32 grams=_ _ _ _ _grams how would the mass of water formed in the reaction compare to the mass of oxygen and hydrogeb that reacts. in your response be sure to: include they type of change illustrated in the balanced eqaution explain the conservation ...
April 1, 2013 by jeff

chemistry
Limone (MW 136g/mol) is a pleasant smelling liquid found in lemon and orange peels. The boiling point of limonene is 175 ˚C, but it co-distills with water at 97.5 ˚C. If the vapour pressure of water at 97.5˚C is 690 mmHg, what percent (by mass) of the steam-...
November 3, 2014 by Anna

physics
The angle of incidence of light passing from air to a liquid is 38 degrees.The angle of refraction is 24.5 degrees. What is the index of refraction of the liquid
April 11, 2012 by ******tasha******

Math
In science class, Savannah measures the temperature of a liquid to be 50^@ Celsius. Her teacher wants her to convert the temperature to degrees Fahrenheit. What is the temperature of Savannah's liquid to the nearest degree Fahrenheit?
November 16, 2015 by Claire

physics
Suppose 2 moles of an ideal gas are enclosed in a container of volume 2.70·10^4 m^3. The container is then placed in a furnace and raised to a temperature of 390 K. What is the final pressure of the gas?
December 27, 2011 by maria

Chemistry
Assume that a reaction occurs in which unknown substances R and S react to form unknown substances T and U. From the information below, determine the mass of substance T that will be formed if 45.0 grams of substance R reacts with 23.0 grams of substance S. (Assume that the ...
May 20, 2008 by Daniel

chemistry
Can you help me with these please? In general, is the boiling point of a polar liquid likely to be higher or lower than that of a nonpolar liquid of about the same mass? What, if any, is the correlation between electronegatively and reactivity? Thanks in advance. The polar ...
February 4, 2007 by Lydia

Science HW - - - check my answers?
1. Compare the two light waves above. Which wave would produce the brightest light and which wave would have the least energy? a. wave A; wave A b. wave A; wave B c. wave B; wave A d. wave B; wave B 2. Which waves have the longest wavelength and lowest energy on the ...
March 5, 2014 by Chevelle

CALCULUS
The masses of 10 books are found to be in an arithmetic sequence. If their total mass is 13 kg and the lightest book has a mass of 400 grams, what is the mass of the heaviest book? 2,000 grams 2,100 grams 2,200 grams 2,300 grams 2,700 grams
November 27, 2012 by Chelsy

Chemistry
if a student finds the molecular weight of an unknown liquid to be 115 g/mole and the molecular formula of the liquid is CHCl3, what is the percent error in the student's molecular weight?
December 10, 2012 by Gabby

physics
A rock is suspended by a light string. When the rock is in air, the tension in the string is 38.2 N. When the rock is totally immersed in water, the tension is 28.9 N. When the rock is totally immersed in an unknown liquid, the tension is 17.4 N. What is the density of the ...
November 17, 2013 by Kyleigh

Science
1. Compare the two light waves above. Which wave would produce the brightest light and which wave would have the least energy? a. wave A; wave A b. wave A; wave B c. wave B; wave A d. wave B; wave B 2. Which waves have the longest wavelength and lowest energy on the ...
March 5, 2014 by Lindsay

Chemistry
A hungry backpacker needs to boil 150 mL of water to prepare a cup of Ramen Noodles. The filtered river water is at a temperature of 14.2 oC. The pressure is 760 mm Hg and he wants to eat the chicken flavored noodles. How many mL of his liquid butane camping fuel will he use ...
December 3, 2012 by Veronica

chemistry
Calculate the density of a liquid if 48 mL of it has a mass of 45.79 g. Answer in units of g/mL
September 24, 2011 by suzana

chemistry
calculate the density of a liquid if 47.9mL of it has mass of 49.06g
September 2, 2012 by eddie

chemistry
Why is water a liquid but carbon dioxide a gas at room temperature.
November 25, 2008 by Bubba

science
What type of liquid is water? (polar or nonpolar)  show your calculations.
January 16, 2009 by Kate

chemistry
What quantity of heat is required to vaporize 32.5 g of liquid water at 100°C?
February 16, 2010 by Emily

chemistry
What quantity of heat is required to warm 53.7 g of liquid water from 0°C to 100°C?
March 29, 2010 by rachel

Chemistry
A handbook gives the heat of combustion of liquid carbon disulfide as -3.42 kcal/g of the liquid. Write the equation representing the combustion of 1 mol of carbon disufide and the accompanying ΔH value. (hint: the sulfur containing combustion product is sulfur dioxide).
October 1, 2016 by Anonymous

math
please hel me to solve the following application. Crafts. Mark uses 1 pt 9 fl oz and then 2 pt 10 fl oz from a container of film developer that holds 3 qt. How much of the developer remains? Is this US liquid measures? There are 16 fluid ounces to the pint, and 2 pints to the ...
April 8, 2007 by carmen

Science
Which group of words names the three states of metter you can observe? 1 ice water air 2 juice water milk 3 solid liquid gas 4 hard soft light
February 18, 2009 by HELP

science
which group of words names the three states of matter you can observe? a ice water air b juice milk water c solid liquid gas d hard soft light
February 18, 2009 by checking hw

science
Which group of words names the three states of matter you can observe? a) ice water air b) juice milk water c) solid liquid gas d) hard soft light
February 18, 2009 by checking hw

chemistry
Rank the following 3 compounds in terms of increasing boiling point: CCl4, CH4, CH2Cl2 - Rank the following 3 compounds in terms of increasing boiling point: CF4, CH4, CH2F2 - Water, H2O, is a liquid at room temperature. Hydrogen selenide, H2Se, is a homologue compound. At ...
March 18, 2013 by adex

Chemistry
A 630. mL flask contains O2 at a pressure of 0.75 atm and a temperature of 20°C. What mass of O2 is present? I know you Use PV = nRT and solve for n = number of mols gas. Then n = grams/molar mass and solve for grams. But I get the wrong answer
February 26, 2014 by Chelsey

Physics
A calorimeter with specific heat of 490x10^2J/kg^1K^1 has a mass of 2.00x10^-1kg that contains 3.00x10^-1kg of liquid water at 40C. If 5.00x10^-2kg of ice at 0C is dropped into the water. Find the final temperature of the mixture where the ice has melted is 23.8C. Calculate ...
February 9, 2014 by Tsunayoshi

physics
(a) 2.0 kg of molten copper at its melting point of 1083 ºC (the copper is 100% liquid) is poured into a mold in a cooling water bath at 20 ºC. What mass of water is needed to bring the solidified copper and water to an equilibrium temperature of 30 ºC, assuming the only ...
December 11, 2006 by nicole

Physics
The cross-sectional area of the U-tube shown below is uniform and is equal to one square centimeter (1.00cm^2). One end is open to the atmosphere. Atmosphere pressure may be taken as P1=1.01 * 10^5 Pa. The other end of the U-tube is connected to a pipe in which a constant gas ...
August 14, 2011 by Zuen-Lee

PHYSICS
The cross-sectional area of the U-tube shown below is uniform and is equal to one square centimeter (1.00cm^2). One end is open to the atmosphere. Atmosphere pressure may be taken as P1=1.01 * 10^5 Pa. The other end of the U-tube is connected to a pipe in which a constant gas ...
August 14, 2011 by Zuen-Lee

PHYSICS
The cross-sectional area of the U-tube shown below is uniform and is equal to one square centimeter (1.00cm^2). One end is open to the atmosphere. Atmosphere pressure may be taken as P1=1.01 * 10^5 Pa. The other end of the U-tube is connected to a pipe in which a constant gas ...
August 14, 2011 by Zuen-Lee

science
What is the point at witch gas changes into a liquid? The same as the point at which liquid changes to a vapor; i.e., the boiling point. It is sometimes called the condensation point, also. Temperature, wise, however, it is the same T.
September 26, 2006 by rach

chemistry
if u place 10 L of propanol (C3H8O)in a sealed room that is 7.5 m long , 3 m wide and 3 m high, will all the propanol eveporate?if some liquid remains, how much will there be?the vaopr pressure of propanol is 10.7 torr at 25 C, and the density if the liquid at this temperature...
November 28, 2011 by ian

math
A large game die is a cube measuring 1.2” in length. The die is a solid made from liquid plastic. If a game comes with 6 such dice, how many cubic inches of liquid plastic were needed to make the 6 dice?
April 15, 2015 by lilly

algebra
Adam has a cylindrical container. He is going to pour water into the container from a cube that has a side length of 1.5 inches. The container has a diameter of 8 inches and is 2 feet tall. How many full cubes of water can Adam fit into the container?
June 4, 2014 by Dea

chemistry
3 part question If an object is completely submerged in a liquid, what volume of liquid does the object displace? List the special waste disposal instruments that must be followed. List the special safety precautions that must be taken.
February 4, 2014 by CeeCee

physics
A large rock that weighs 164.0 N is suspended from the lower end of a thin wire that is 3.00 m long. The density of the rock is 3200 kg/m^3. The mass of the wire is small enough that its effect on the tension in the wire can be neglected. The upper end of the wire is held ...
April 27, 2012 by anonymous

Physics
A large rock that weighs 164.0 N is suspended from the lower end of a thin wire that is 3.00 m long. The density of the rock is 3200 kg/m3. The mass of the wire is small enough that its effect on the tension in the wire can be neglected. The upper end of the wire is held fixed...
August 13, 2015 by Hazel

chemistry
A 10.0 g sample of liquid gallium metal, at its melting point, is added to 50.0g of water. The initital temperature of the water is 24.0 degrees C. If the molar enthalpy of freezing gallium is -5.54 kj/mol, what is the final temperature of the water? Thanks
November 7, 2010 by Bob

maths
For the reaction given below, how many grams of Na2CS3 are produced in the reaction of 65.0 mL of liquid CS2 (d = 1.26 g/mL) and 1.56 mol NaOH?
September 21, 2010 by srujan

chemistry
How many grams of ice at -14.3∘C can be completely converted to liquid at 24.8∘C if the available heat for this process is 4.75×103kJ ?
April 13, 2015 by Atina

Calculus
I really need help with this problem. A conical vessel is 12 feet across the top and 15 feet deep. If it contains a liquid weighing p lbs/ft^3 (p=62.5 lbs/ft^3)to a depth of 10 feet. Find the work done in pumping the liquid to a height of 3 feet above the vessel.
September 12, 2010 by Denise

chemistry
The following information is given for ether, C2H5OC2H5, at 1atm: boiling point = 34.6 °C Hvap(34.6 °C) = 26.5 kJ/mol specific heat liquid = 2.32 J/g°C At a pressure of 1 atm, kJ of heat are needed to vaporize a 41.0 g sample of liquid ether at its normal boiling point of ...
November 29, 2016 by LaMetria

Chemistry
Three factors control the rate of evaporation of a liquid: surface area, temperature, and strengths of intermolecular forces. More than one of the statements given described a correct effect. The statements are (1) the larger the surface area, the faster the rate of ...
January 31, 2012 by Anna King

chemistry - please help
What solubility of hydrogen and nitrogen is in liquid ammonia? Does any formula exist for calculation a solubility of hydrogen and nitrogen in liquid ammonia or do you know specific constants or numbers for this question? Thank you for your answers.
June 6, 2014 by Kika

Physics Fluids
A column of oil of height 70.0 cm supports a column of an unknown liquid. Assume that both liquids are at rest and that the density of the oil is 840 kg/m^3. Determine the density of the unknown liquid.
April 6, 2015 by Drew

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