# Posts by Stud

Total # Posts: 27

**Quantum Physics**

@xaad 3B: Z (3rd option) 4C: Last option 5B: ay = -1; ax = 0 5A, 5C: ---Not yet solved correctly---

**Quantum Physics**

I am trying my best. Cant seem to get an answer. I will keep trying. Till then, I request others to try and post solutions here as well. Thanks.

**Quantum Physics**

We need Q.2 also

**Quantum Physics**

3A: C option

**Quantum Physics**

Hey, Wu (Anonymous). Need help with qwerty's question here: site name/display.cgi?id=1366086762 Any help will be appreciated :)

**chemistry**

Oh God! Why are you complaining, Anonymous? Post the answer if you know. Even if he gets the green check mark by cheating how does it matter to you eh? As you said, its a "non-credit" course. Quit acting like an ass.

**Chemistry**

A latex balloon, wall thickness 3.091 x 10-4 m, contains helium at a concentration of 0.43 kg m-3. Under these conditions the total surface area of the balloon is 0.68 m2. The diffusion coefficient of He in latex at room temperature is 4.9 x 10-9 m2s-1. Calculate the rate of ...

**chemistry**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**Chemistry**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**chemistry**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**Problem**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**Chemistry**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**chemistry**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**Chemistry (balloon)**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**chemistry**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**Chemistry**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**Chemistry**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**chemistry**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**chemistry**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**chemistry**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**Chemistry**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**chemistry**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**chemistry**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**chemistry**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**chemistry**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**chemistry**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

**Chemistry**

Fick’s Law M= -D•(Δρ/Δx)•A, where M = m/t = mass flux [kg/s], D= 4.9•10 ⁻⁹ m ²/s is the diffusion coefficient (diffusivity) [m²/s], Δρ/Δx is the gradient of density [kg/m⁴], A is the area [m²]. ...

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