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chemistry
Lakes that have been acidified by acid rain can be neutralized by liming, the addition of limestone (CaCO3). How much limestone in kilograms is required to completely neutralize a 5.8×109 L lake with a pH of 5.6? thanks
December 4, 2010 by amy

chemistry 101
Lakes that have been acidified by acid rain can be neutralized by the addition of limestone (CaCO3). How much limestone in kilograms would be required to completely neutralize a 5.2 x 109 L lake containing 5.0 x 10-3 g of H2SO4 per liter?
July 8, 2011 by ABCD

Chemistry
Lakes that have been acidified by acid rain can be neutralized by the addition of limestone how much limestone in kilograms would be required to completely neutralize a 5.2 x 10^7 -L lake containing 5.0 x 10^(-3) g of H2SO4 per liter.
May 2, 2011 by Jarred

chemistry
Lakes that have been acidified by acid rain can be neutralized by the addition of limestone How much limestone in kilograms would be required to completely neutralize a lake containing of H2 per liter? 5.0 * 10-3 g SO4 5.2 *
July 21, 2011 by Anonymous

chemistry
Please help!... Lakes that have been acidified by acid rain (HNO3 and H2SO4) can be neutralized by a process called liming, in which limestone (CaCO3) is added to the acidified water. Write ionic and net ionic equations to show how limestone reacts with HNO3 and H2SO4 to ...
October 12, 2010 by Anonymous

Science
Why do lakes lying in granite basins tend to become acidified by acid rain more readily than lakes lying in limestone basins?
March 11, 2008 by Nancy

Chemistry
I would really aprreciate if someone could help me, thank you so much. The white limestone cliffs of Dover, England, contain a large percentage of calcium carbonate(CaCO3). A sample of limestone weighing 84.4g reacts with an excess of hydrochloric acid to form calcium chloride...
July 9, 2007 by Amy

chemistry
When surface water dissolves carbon dioxide, carbonic acid (H2CO3) is formed. When the water moves underground through limestone formations, the limestone dissolves and caves are sometimes produced. CaCO3(s) + H2CO3(aq) Ca(HCO3)2(aq) What mass of limestone must have dissolved ...
February 3, 2010 by u

chemistry
When surface water dissolves carbon dioxide, carbonic acid (H2CO3) is formed. When the water moves underground through limestone formations, the limestone dissolves and caves are sometimes produced. CaCO3(s) + H2CO3(aq) Ca(HCO3)2(aq) What mass of limestone must have dissolved ...
February 6, 2010 by pr

chemistry
When surface water dissolves carbon dioxide, carbonic acid (H2CO3) is formed. When the water moves underground through limestone formations, the limestone dissolves and caves are sometimes produced. CaCO3(s) + H2CO3(aq) Ca(HCO3)2(aq) What mass of limestone must have dissolved ...
February 6, 2010 by l

Chemistry
a sample of limestone and other solid materials is heated and the limestone decomposes to give calcium oxide and carbon dioxide: CaCO3 ----> CaO + CO2 a 1.506 g sample of limestone containing material produces 284 mL of CO2 at STP. what is the mass percent os CaCO3 in the ...
April 28, 2011 by Ben

chemistry
When surface water dissolves carbon dioxide, carbonic acid (H2CO3) is formed. When the water moves underground through limestone formations, the limestone dissolves and caves are sometimes produced. CaCO3(s) + H2CO3(aq) Ca(HCO3)2(aq) What mass of limestone must have dissolved ...
February 9, 2010 by kat

chemistry
When surface water dissolves carbon dioxide, carbonic acid (H2CO3) is formed. When the water moves underground through limestone formations, the limestone dissolves and caves are sometimes produced. CaCO3(s) + H2CO3(aq) Ca(HCO3)2(aq) What mass of limestone must have dissolved ...
February 9, 2010 by kat

chemistry
When surface water dissolves carbon dioxide, carbonic acid (H2CO3) is formed. When the water moves underground through limestone formations, the limestone dissolves and caves are sometimes produced. CaCO3(s) + H2CO3(aq) Ca(HCO3)2(aq) What mass of limestone must have dissolved ...
February 9, 2010 by kat

6th grade science
limestone is made of the remains of organisms.In what way have decaying plants changed Florida's limestone bedrock? 1) decaying plants acidify water,which desolves limestones 2)decaying plants absorb water,which keeps limestone from dissolving 3)decaying plants changed ...
November 11, 2011 by Kate

chemistry
A small quantity of hydrochloric acid and a large quantity of limestone chips (CaCO3) are reacted on a beaker, which was placed on the pan of a balance. The mass of the beaker and its contents were recorded every half minute. (a) Write a chemical equation to show the reaction ...
September 16, 2014 by Shane

Chemistry
Limestone (CaCO3) emits CO2 gas when exposed to HCl. What is the theoretical yield of CO2 if 56.1 grams of limestone is completely dissolved in HCl? CaCO3(s) + 2 HCl(aq) R CaCl2(aq) + CO2(g) + H2O(l) a. 21.5 g b. 4.16 g c. 9.53 g d. 24.7 g
June 5, 2013 by Anonymous

chemistry
How much heat is evolved or absorbed in this problem? Question Details Limestone, CaCo3, when subjected to a temperature of 900 degrees Celsius in a kiln, decomposes to calcium oxide and carbon dioxide. How much heat is evolved or absorbed when one gram of limestone decomposes...
March 3, 2012 by Anonymous

chemistry
How much heat is evolved or absorbed in this problem? Question Details Limestone, CaCo3, when subjected to a temperature of 900 degrees Celsius in a kiln, decomposes to calcium oxide and carbon dioxide. How much heat is evolved or absorbed when one gram of limestone decomposes...
March 3, 2012 by Anonymous

chemistry(reacting masses)
When a 1 g sample of limestone was dissolved in dilute hydrochloric acid completely,0.38 g of carbon dioxide was generated.What was the percentage by mass of calcium carbonate in limestone?(Relative atomic masses : C=12, O=16,Ca=40.1)
November 18, 2011 by mary

Chemistry
A 0.41 g sample of limestone was dissolved in HCl and all the calcium in the limestone was converted to Ca2+(aq). The solution was treated with excess ammonium oxalate, (NH4)2C2O4(aq), and it was found that 3.0 g of calcium oxalate, CaC2O4(s) was precipitated. Calculate the ...
September 20, 2012 by Bob

science - chemistry
How much limestone will you need to neutralize lakes, using Snells law formula, and how would you draw that out?
June 13, 2012 by bob

Changes in Matter
Which of the following geological changes are physical changes and which are chemical changes? a)formation of a limestone cave b)creation of a canyon by a river c)wearing of rocks by wave action d)destruction of lakes by acid rain e)heaving of the ground by ice formation a = ...
March 22, 2010 by Sara

chemistry
How much limestone (CaCO3) in kilograms would be required to completely neutralize a 5.2 x 109 --L lake containing 5.0 x 10 -3 of H2 SO4 per liter?
June 28, 2010 by seth

science
why does limestone form often in dry climates but rarely in wet climates? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limestone Why does limestone often form cliffs in dry climates rather than wet climates. i dont know
January 17, 2007 by Think Critically

Chemistry
Quicklime (CaO) can be prepared by roasting limestone (CaCO3) according to the reaction CaCO3(s)  −!CaO(s) + CO2(g) . When 2.6 ×10^3 g of CaCO3 are heated, the actual yield of CaO is 1.06 ×10^3 g. What is the percent yield? Answer in units of %.
March 23, 2011 by Jack

earth
limestone and marble are both used in sculpting. Limestone become marble under heat and pressure. Classify each rock and tell which would be harder to sculpt
January 3, 2010 by Dominic

Chem
Caculate the volume of CO2 gas given off at 756 mm Hg and 23C when 150 kg of limestone(CaCO3) is heated until it decomposes according to the following reaction:CaCO3(s)=CaO(s)+CO2(g)
March 13, 2013 by Kristin

chemistry
i am having trouble answering this question. Help please! The balanced chemical equilibrium equation to show the formation of the calcium carbonate solid in limestone caves is CO2(g) + H2O(l) + CaCO3(s)  Ca2+(aq) + 2HCO3(aq) Use Le Chateliers principle to predict what ...
February 27, 2010 by Evan

5th grade science
Limestone and Marble are both used in scuplturing. Limestone becomes Marble under heat and pressure. Classify each rock, and tell which would be harder to scuplt.
January 27, 2009 by Anonymous

math
How much limestone (CaCO3) in kilograms would be required to completely neutralize a lake with a volume of 5.2 x 10^7 -L lake containing 5.0 x 10-3g of H2SO4 per liter?
January 24, 2011 by Anonymous

chemistry
How much limestone (CaCO3) in kilograms would be required to completely neutralize a lake with a volume of 5.2 x 10^9L . The lake contains 5.0 x 10^-3 moles of H2SO4 per liter?
June 28, 2010 by seth

help now
which is garder to sculpt marble or limestone Marble is slightly harder than limestone, and marble has a tendency to chip.
October 17, 2006 by Jenny

science
Which rock is harder? Shale, sandstone, or limestone? which one is softer? What is it about sandstone, shale, and limestone that might cause the slopes and cliffs to form? Please help me. thank you.
October 2, 2007 by lila

Chemistry
Marble is almost pure CaCO3. Acid rain has a devastating effect on marble statuary left outdoors. Assume that the reaction which occurs as: CaCO3(s)+ H+(aq)->Ca2+(aq) + HCO3(aq) Neglecting all other competing, equilibria, Calculate: 1. K for the reaction 2. molar solubility...
April 10, 2010 by Judy

geography
which of the following group of rocks can be easily dissolved in water? a,sandstone,granite and obsidian b.limestone,granite and basalt c.quartz,schitz and chalk d.limestone,chalk and sandstone
February 22, 2010 by Dina

Science
Compare and contrast sedimentary rocks that have a granular texture with sedimentary rocks that have a nongranular texture. I have worked on this, and this is a question following an experiment so it's kind of hard to explain. The rocks in the experiment were coquina limestone...
November 3, 2007 by Jenny

Science
Compare and contrast sedimentary rocks that have a granular texture with sedimentary rocks that have a nongranular texture. I have worked on this, and this is a question following an experiment so it's kind of hard to explain. The rocks in the experiment were coquina limestone...
November 3, 2007 by Alex

Chemistry
4. A 5.309 g antacid tablet, with CaCO3 as the active ingredient, was mixed was 30.0 mL of 0.831 M HCl. It took 15.3 mL of 0.7034 M NaOH to neutralize the excess acid. a) Calculate the volume of HCl neutralized by the NaOH. b) Calculate the amount of HCl (in mL) neutralized by...
April 2, 2013 by Josh

chemistry
What mass of limestone (in kg) would be required to completely neutralize a 15.2 billion-liter lake that is 1.9×10−5 M in sulfuric acid and 8.6×10−6 M in nitric acid?
September 21, 2008 by Summer

Science
a) How much lime and what volume of CO2 at NTP will be obtained from 10 kg of limestone? b) How much ferrous sulphide will be required to obtain 1.12 g of gas at NTP by chemical reaction between ferrous sulphide and very dil.Sulphuric acid?
April 7, 2014 by Xian Sam

Chem
A few classmates and I were arguing about a problem we had to do for homework. The problem states: Limestone, CaCO3, when subjected to a temperature of 900 degrees C in a kiln, decomposes to calcium oxide and carbon dioxide . How much heat is evolved/absorbed when one gram of ...
February 1, 2007 by Jess

Chemistry
Some antacid tablets actually contain a mixture of calcium carbonate and magnesium hydroxide (though they usually have the same “strength” as those that only contain CaCO3). If this had been the case for the antacid you tested, but you still assumed it only contained CaCO3, ...
April 2, 2013 by Jim

math
The pyramid of Giza in Egypt is built of stone and was completed in 2560 BC. The length of each side of the square base is 230 meters and the vertical height is 146 meters. 1. What volume of stone is needed to form a solid pyramid with these dimensions? The surface of the ...
June 26, 2011 by colton

chemistry
A coal burning plant that burns 4 metric tons of coal containing 2% sulfur (S) requires 1 metric ton of wet limestone (calcium carbonate) to remove 90% of the sulfur. The process prevents most of the sulfur from being emitted as sulfur dioxide to the air by producing calcium ...
October 19, 2010 by emily

chemistry
A coal burning plant that burns 4 metric tons of coal containing 2% sulfur (S) requires 1 metric ton of wet limestone (calcium carbonate) to remove 90% of the sulfur. The process prevents most of the sulfur from being emitted as sulfur dioxide to the air by producing calcium ...
October 19, 2010 by emily

Chemistry
How much limestone in kilograms is required to completely neutralize a 3.8 x 109 L lake with a pH of 5.5?
April 13, 2012 by Cloey

chemistry
A coal burning plant that burns 4 metric tons of coal containing 2% sulfur (S) requires 1 metric ton of wet limestone (calcium carbonate) to remove 90% of the sulfur. The process prevents most of the sulfur from being emitted as sulfur dioxide to the air by producing calcium ...
October 20, 2010 by emily

chemistry
A coal burning plant that burns 4 metric tons of coal containing 2% sulfur (S) requires 1 metric ton of wet limestone (calcium carbonate) to remove 90% of the sulfur. The process prevents most of the sulfur from being emitted as sulfur dioxide to the air by producing calcium ...
October 20, 2010 by emily

Chemistry
OK I just need help with two final problems that I am stuck on: The problem states the calcium carbonate in limestone reacts with HCl to produce a calcium chloride solution and carbon dioxide gas CaCO3(s)+2HCl(aq)-->CaCl2(aq)+H2O(l)+CO2(g) 1)Find how many moles of CO2 form ...
December 9, 2010 by TT

chemistry
For the titration of 50.00 mL of 0.1000 M ammonia with 0.1000 M HCl, calculate the pH (a) before the addition of any HCl solution, (b) after 20.00 mL of the acid has been added, (c) after half of the NH3 has been neutralized, and (d) at the equivalence point.
April 11, 2012 by chamy

chemistry
Limestone fizzes when an acid is added. Dilute acids can break up this rock in the open. what is the name of of the process of breaking up a rock using a chemical like this acid? name another rock, which could be broken up by the same process.
February 22, 2008 by tash

Chemistry
Chalk is a soft, white, porous sedimentary rock, a form of limestone composed of the mineral calcite. Calcite is calcium carbonate, CaCO3. It forms under relatively deep marine conditions from the gradual accumulation of minute calcite plates (coccoliths) shed from micro-...
May 19, 2011 by Shell

Chemistry
The student wanted to be sure he had made Calcium Oxide. He crushed some heated limestone and added water. The mixture got hot. The student cooled the mixture and filtered it. This gave a colourless solution and a white solid that was left in the filter paper. The student ...
September 21, 2014 by Adam

Chemistry
Which of the following is an example of a physical change ? A) Zinc metal is added to hydrochloric acid and a gas is released. B) Concentrated hydrochloric acid is diluted with water. C) Acid rain causes the decomposition of a marble statue. D) Hydrochloric acid is neutralized...
December 30, 2010 by Anonymous

science
Is acid rain a homogeneous or heterogeneous mixture? If we mean that each drop of rain may not have the same amount of acid in it as the next drop, it must be heterogeneous. That would mean that each drop of rain absorbed different amounts of the appropriate oxide(s) forming ...
January 16, 2007 by Bobby

science
what is a limestone rock
February 9, 2010 by Robert

Math Homework, Help!!!!
A marble statue is 39 years old and a limestone statue is 97 years old. In how many years will the limestone statue be twice as old as the marble statue?
September 7, 2013 by Casey

earth
whats limestone used for?
January 29, 2008 by diana

Chemistry
How is limestone used to make mortar?
May 21, 2008 by Dami

chemistry
Reaction: CaCO3 + 2 HCl -> CaCl2 + CO2 + H2O Calculate the molarity of hydrochloric acid solution if an initial mass of 4.568g of CaCO3 was reacted with 25.0mL of the acid and 2.678g of CaCO3 remain after the reaction is complete.
November 30, 2012 by Jody

science
21) - Granite, shale, coal, and limestone are commonly known as?
April 21, 2011 by shanny

science
Are there any connections between evolution and environmental science-- if there is, what is it? Thanks! Weren't many lakes back in time very acid? I wonder if acid rain is favoring certain mutations in organisms? Will that affect evolution? I didn't quite understand what you'...
September 16, 2006 by Jin

Chemistry
Stomach acid is essentially 0.10 M HCl. An active ingredient found in a number of popular antacids is CaCO3. Calculate the number of CaCO3 needed to exactly react with 250 mL of stomach acid. CaCO3(s)+ 2HCl(aq)= CO2(g)+ CaCl2(aq)+ H20(l)
November 13, 2012 by Brit

Social Studies
Ships from the Great Lakes travel the St Lawrence river to what ocean? Answer these questions with true or false The five great lakes are large enough to be called inland seas False? The great lakes form north americas most important waterway true? The great lakes have only ...
November 12, 2012 by Jerald

Science
*Cement is 70% CaO by mass *Concrete is 17% cement by mass *Concrete masses 150lbs. per cubic feet *There are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard *15 cubic yards required for house of concrete. CaCo3(s)---CaO(s)+CO2(g) 1.) How many kg. of carbon dioxide were liberated to make your ...
August 9, 2014 by Amere

geology
what is the oldest to the youngest of these 4 rocks? granite, limestone, mudstone and conglomerate.
April 15, 2009 by SUZIE

Chemsitry
Stomach acid is essentially 0.10 M HCl. An active ingredient found in a number of popular antacids is CaCO3. Calculate the number of grams of CaCO3 needed to exactly react with 250 mL of stomach acid. CaCO3(s)+ 2HCl(aq)= CO2(g)+ CaCl2(aq)+ H20(l)
November 13, 2012 by Brit

earth science
how do chemical rocks form, are some types of limestone considered a chemical rock, and what mineral does rock salt crystalize from? thank you so much if you choose to answer. im so stumped.
October 9, 2008 by ting

geology
how old are these rocks please granite sandstone limestone mudstone and conglomerate many thanks.
April 17, 2009 by mathew

life science
What is the highest point on earth, which is topped by Ordovician marine limestone
May 31, 2010 by koleycole

PKA VALUES
I understand that the pH at the half equivalence point gives is the pKa value but could someone explain why this point is the pKa value? HA is a weak acid. HA ==> H^+ + A^- Ka = (H^+)(A^-)/(HA) Solve for (H^+)= Ka*(HA)/(A^-) If we start with, say, 0.1 M HA and start ...
March 2, 2007 by amy

science
Which of the following illustrates mechanical weathering? A. Carbonic acid weathers marble limestone B.As plants grow, they produce weak acids that slowly dissolve rock C.Oxidation causes weathering in rock<--- D.Repeated freezing and thawing in rocks causes weathering
May 1, 2014 by Anonymous

chemistry
Calcium carbonate CaCO3 reacts with stomach acid (HCl, hydrochloric acid) according to the following equation: CaCO3(s)+2HCl(aq)->CaCl2(aq)+H2O(l)+CO2(g) Tums, an antacid, contains CaCO3. If Tums is added to 35.0 mL of 0.300 M HCl,how many grams of CO2 gas are produced?
October 8, 2010 by Dana

chemistry
A 0.1 M solution of acetic acid is titrated with 0.05M solution of NaOH. What is the pH when 60% of the acid has been neutralized? The equilibrium constant (Ka) for acetic acid is 1.8x10^-5
July 24, 2010 by eric

Chemistry
The pH of healthy lakes is around 6.0. Due to acid rain, the pH of our lakes & rivers is decreasing. At low pH levels, producers such as phytoplankton cannot thrive. Decreased plankton can cause consumer populations to crash. The end result is a lake devoid of life. If the pH ...
December 16, 2007 by Lucy

ap chem
Acid rain has a pH value of 3.0, whereas normal rain has a pH value of 5.6. Calculate the ratio of the hydronium ion in acid rain to that in normal rain.
February 14, 2011 by Anonymous

ap chemistry
Acid rain has a pH value of 3.0, whereas normal rain has a pH value of 5.6. Calculate the ratio of the hydronium ion in acid rain to that in normal rain.
February 28, 2013 by cheri

science
The fact that marble,chalk and limestone all contain calcium carbonate is a problem. Explain why and give examples.
December 14, 2008 by Helpme

science
why is it dangerous and how can we solve this problem .. for a limestone statue downwind from a power station.. i don't understand that question at all ? any help .. thank you for any answers :) x
May 30, 2009 by lilly

geology
Do you suppose that the geologic age of calcitic marble could be determined from its fossil content as can be done with fossiliferous limestone? My answer is yes am I correct
January 3, 2011 by m

Chemistry URGENT/DR BOB
Hello Dr. Bob I have been sick and missed some of my classes and my classmates want to act stupid. So if its not too much trouble could you just make sure that I am on the right track and let me know what is wrong and how I can fix them. I have a lot of assignments that I have...
April 23, 2014 by jazz

chemistry
If water is saturated with CaCO3, how much of it has to evaporate to deposit .250g of CaCO3. Ksp CaCO3 = 4.96 x 10^-7
November 14, 2011 by Sarah

science
What rock is it The remains of the dead sea animal settle to the bottom of the sea limestone
December 20, 2006 by Jose

PHYSICS
What causes acid rain? Can you think of a way acid rain could be produced even without industrial pollution? [Hint: Plants produce carbon dioxide, Co2, which reacts with rainwater to produce bicarbonate ions, HCO 3-.] Give one reaction that produces acid rain using industrial ...
November 30, 2012 by Aaa

chemistry
addition of a strong acid would increase the solubility of which of the following salts AgCl CaSO4 CdS CaCO3 PbBr2 CaHPO4 Cd(OH)2 AuCl
March 13, 2011 by Emily

PLEASE READ LANCE
imean you know how sedanetery and metamorphic rocks care i mean how many rocks like coal and limestone are there
April 7, 2007 by Caitlyn

social studies
How many lakes does the National Trust in England have? It's hard to find the information about that on the Internet. About 136 lakes or 500 lakes? Would you let me know that or the website? Thank you.
October 18, 2012 by rfvv

Dr Bob
What is the pH of the solution that results from mixing 5 ml of 0.2 M NaOH and 100 mL of 0.05 M lactic acid? (Pka of lactic acid= 3.86) Responses Use the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation. The mixture you have indicated will react to form a buffer, the base will be the sodium ...
January 11, 2009 by Andrew

physical science
Diamonds are made 1. at the surface of earth 2. magma moving at supersonic speeds deep inside the earth 3. in river beads 4. in limestone caverns
September 17, 2009 by Clarissa

Social studies
Posted by rfvv on Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 9:03pm. How many lakes does the National Trust in England have? It's hard to find the information about that on the Internet. About 136 lakes or 500 lakes? Would you let me know that or the website? Thank you. •social studies - ...
October 19, 2012 by rfvv

chemistry
hello, I can't seem to solve this question. i tried to look up someone else who may have asked this question. I found this girl named Sara,but her answer didn't really help me much because it did not answer the question. What is the pH when enough 0.10 M NaOH Base (in mL) is ...
July 12, 2010 by THOMAS

Geography
This is a question about acid rain, in Canada in particular. Acid rain is an issue in eastern Canada, but not as prevalent in western Canada, due to the fact that the east is more heavily populated and industrialized, so... If acid rain fell evenly across Canada, why would ...
January 24, 2011 by cel

chemistry
25.0 g of hydrochloric acid is neutralized with excess sodium hydrozide. How much water is produced?
March 7, 2011 by branon

chemistry
25.0 g of hydrochloric acid is neutralized with excess sodium hydrozide. How much water is produced?
March 7, 2011 by branon

Science - 6th grade : CHECK MY ANSWER
Which of the following sets of terms is associated with air pollution caused by burning fossil fuels 1.acid rain, ozone hole, skin cancer 2.methane, smog, carbon dioxide 3.sulfur dioxide, smog, chlorofluorocarbons 4.carbon dioxide, smog, acid rain MY ANSWER: Is the answer: 4....
January 18, 2014 by Katalina

Chemistry
If 10.11 g of limestone decomposes by heat to give 8.51 g of solid calcium oxide and carbon dioxide gas, what is the mass of carbon dioxide produced?
September 19, 2013 by Caleb

chemistry
. A student wants to design an experiment to demonstrate the effects of acid rain on plant life. Which of the following substances should be combined with water to best simulate acid rain? A. Vinegar B. Table salt C. Baking soda D. Ammonia
July 13, 2014 by Dulce

chemistry
hello, I can't seem to solve this question. i tried to look up someone else who may have asked this question. I found this girl named Sara,but her answer didn't really help me much because it did not answer the question. What is the pH when enough 0.10 M NaOH Base (in mL) is ...
July 12, 2010 by THOMAS

science
1. what weight in grams of magnesium oxide will produce from burning 96 grams of magnesium? 2. a solution containing 252g of calcium sulfate will produce from 165lbs of phosphate rocks containing 82.5 % pure calcium phosphate treated with sulfuric acid? 3. how many tons of ...
August 28, 2011 by josh

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