Posts by DrBob
Total # Posts: 21
Frankly, I don't like any of them.
I can't give you a link but go to google and type in that word. You will gt plenty of information. Basically you take a triacid (such as stearic acid) and neutralize it with NaOH or KOH. The product is soap. That stuff is tough on the skin unless it's washed thoroughly...
tax = 77 x 0.063 = ? Total = 77 + ? = xx I agree with your answer.
You have 25.0 mL x 1.00 M = 25 mmols or 0.025 mols HBr and KOH reacting. How much heat is generated? q = mcdT. m = mass = 25 + 25 = 50 grams. c = 1 cal/g. dT = delta T = 31.4-24.5 = 6.9 degrees.so q = 345 cal per 0.025 mols. How much is that for 1 mol? Remember this is an ...
That's a typo. It should be -13.8 kcal/mol. See above under post by Tom for my response.
See post above with Tom.
I answered this above. The answer of -14.8 kcal/mol is correct.
density = mass/volume and (V1/T1) = (V2/T2) Reason it out.
pH = -log(H^+). Substitute and solve for (H^+). That will be the molarity in mols/L.
That's perfectly ok. You aren't plugging it in right. On my calculator, if you hit the 10^x key then -7, you get the answer of 1E-7. If you're going the other way (that is, given (H^+) = 1E-7, and you want the pH), then hit the log button, type in 1E-7 and you will...
Acids have pH = 0 to pH = 7 so pH = -log(H^+). pH 0 then (H^+) = 1 x 10^0 pH 7 then (H^+) = 1 x 10^-7
I can tell you that you do not make oxygen by heating MgO. You make MgO by heating Mg and O2. However, in the spirit of the question, I will answer as written. This is the Law of Conservation of Mass. You started with 10 g so you must end up with 10 g. .....MgO ==> Mg + O2...
You should learn how to write arrows. Answer is D.
A is the best answer here. However, it isn't always true. Much depends upon how acids and bases are defined.
I don't like any of the answers but the best one here is A. NaCl dissolves in water because the NaCl crystal is surrounded by H2O molecules with the O end attracted to the Na ion and the H end attracted to the Cl ion. That attraction breaks the lattice energy of the NaCl ...
work by conveyer belt = work of normal + work of friction force why i don't know its dumb.
sloppy work henry
NaCl is a solid. CH4 is a gas. The last one is a liquid. That should be enough of a hint.
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Don't second guess yourself.