1. science

    When you freeze water, 80 calories of heat are released into the surroundings for every gram of water that freezes. This is known as the "latent heat of fusion" of water, which is 80 cal/g. Heat of fusion is a characteristic property. Theoretically, if you

    asked by Elizabeth on January 31, 2011
  2. science

    5.imagine you are at the beach on a very hot day. you walk toward the water. the sand is eextremly hot. when you reach the water, you find that the water is much cooler than sand. a) using the term heat capacity, explain why the sand is hot and water is

    asked by shweta on September 12, 2010
  3. science

    5.imagine you are at the beach on a very hot day. you walk toward the water. the sand is eextremly hot. when you reach the water, you find that the water is much cooler than sand. a) using the term heat capacity, explain why the sand is hot and water is

    asked by shweta on September 12, 2010
  4. math

    an empty rectangle tank with a base area of 2400 cm^2 is filed with water from 2 taps. one tap can fill the tank with 12L of water per minute, while the other tap can do it at 3l less perminute. (A) what will be the depth of water in the tank after both

    asked by Katherine on November 30, 2010
  5. math

    an empty rectangle tank with a base area of 2400 cm^2 is filed with water from 2 taps. one tap can fill the tank with 12L of water per minute, while the other tap can do it at 3l less perminute. (A) what will be the depth of water in the tank after both

    asked by Katherine on November 30, 2010
  6. Calculus

    while shopping for wine for his wedding, Kepler noticed that the price of a barrel of wine (here assumed to be a cylinder) was determined solely by the length d of a dipstick that was inserted diagonally through a hole in the top of the barrel to the edge

    asked by Ken on November 8, 2010
  7. Chemistry105

    1. (a) What is the molarity of a solution prepared by dissolving 4.315 g of NaOH in water to exactly 100 mL in a graduated flask? (Na = 23.0; O = 16.0' H = 1.0 amu).    (b) What volume of the above solution is required to neutralize exactly 25.00

    asked by Mira on December 5, 2012
  8. Chemistry

    A sample of 5.52 grams of NaOH is dissolved into 659 mL of aqueous 0.250 M NaOH (assume no volume change). This solution is then poured into 1.52 gallons of water. (You may assume that the two volumes can be added.) What is the concentration of NaOH in the

    asked by Greatest on September 20, 2016
  9. Science

    A body weight 500 N in air and weight of displace water is 300N then find apparent loss in the weight of body. The upthrust on body. The volume of the body

    asked by kartik on October 31, 2015
  10. chemistry

    4. A 35.0 mL sample of 1.00 M KBr and a 60.0-mL sample of 0.600 M KBr are mixed. The solution is then heated to evaporate water until the total volume is 50.0 mL. What is the molarity of the KBr in the final solution?

    asked by tra on May 14, 2013
  11. chemistry

    4. A 35.0 mL sample of 1.00 M KBr and a 60.0-mL sample of 0.600 M KBr are mixed. The solution is then heated to evaporate water until the total volume is 50.0 mL. What is the molarity of the KBr in the final solution?

    asked by tra on May 14, 2013
  12. Algebra

    a cylindrical water tank has a volume of 20π cubic feet . the height of the tank is 1 foot more than 2 times of its radius . find the radius and height of the tank

    asked by Anonymous on April 22, 2014
  13. Chem

    Can you please tell me if these are right? A gas has a volume of 2.8 L at a temperature of 27 degrees C. What temperature degrees C is needed to expand the volume to 15 L? (P and n are constant.) I got 1334 degress C Combined gas law problem a balloon is

    asked by Alice on November 15, 2010
  14. English

    1. We can use less water when we do the dishes. 2. We can use less water when we are doing the dishes. 3. We can use only a little water when we wash a car. 4. We can use only a little water when we are washing a car. ===================== Are they all

    asked by rfvv on April 14, 2015
  15. phys101

    in a calorimeter can(water equivalent=40g)are 200g of water and 50g of ice,all at 0 degreea celcius.into these poured 30g of water at 90degrees celcuis.what will be the final temperature of the system?specific capacity of water is 4186j/kg per degrees

    asked by KABELO on April 29, 2010
  16. Calculus

    The temperature of a pan of hot water varies according to Newton's Law of Cooling: dT dt equals negative k times the quantity T minus A, where T is the water temperature, A is the room temperature, and k is a positive constant. If the water cools from

    asked by Anonymous on April 28, 2017
  17. someones GOTTA help me with this science...!!!

    1. Which of the following describes the correct sequence of events during the water cycle? (1 point)precipitation ¨ condensation ¨ evaporation ¨ runoff condensation ¨ precipitation ¨ runoff ¨ evaporation runoff ¨ condensation ¨

    asked by TTR+S<3 on January 21, 2014
  18. AP Chem

    Can someone please check these problems? 34. You fill a balloon with helium gas to a volume of 2.68 L at 23 degrees C and 789 mmHg. Now you release the balloon. What would be the volume of helium if its pressure changes to 632 mmHg but the temperature is

    asked by Anna on November 13, 2008
  19. chem

    A spherical glass container of unknown volume contains helium gas at 25°C and 1.950 atm. When a portion of the helium is withdrawn and adjusted to 1.00 atm at 23°C, it is found to have a volume of 1.55 cm3. The gas remaining in the first container shows

    asked by mel on November 18, 2007
  20. chem

    A spherical glass container of unknown volume contains helium gas at 25°C and 1.950 atm. When a portion of the helium is withdrawn and adjusted to 1.00 atm at 23°C, it is found to have a volume of 1.55 cm3. The gas remaining in the first container shows

    asked by mel on November 17, 2007
  21. chem

    A spherical glass container of unknown volume contains helium gas at 25°C and 1.950 atm. When a portion of the helium is withdrawn and adjusted to 1.00 atm at 23°C, it is found to have a volume of 1.55 cm3. The gas remaining in the first container shows

    asked by mel on November 18, 2007
  22. algebra

    At a crime scene, police officers find a murder victim in a tub full of warm water. A thermometer shows that the water temperature is 75 degrees F and the air temperature is 70 degrees F. It is known that most people fill a tub with water at 100 degrees F.

    asked by Andrea on December 12, 2012
  23. math

    The dimensions of a box are 20" by 30" by 4". The volume of the box is 2400 inches cubed. If each dimension is doubled the new volume would be the original volume times the: a)scale factor b)scale factor squared c)scale factor cubed

    asked by Gunesh on February 12, 2010
  24. Physics please check

    The "karat" is a dimensionless unit that is used to indicate the proportion of gold in a gold-containing alloy. An alloy that is one karat gold contains a weight of pure gold that is one part in twenty-four. What is the volume of gold in a 20.0 karat gold

    asked by Mary on April 10, 2007
  25. Tech

    __________ is one of the few major indicators for which the ratio of production between the U.S. and China reflects the ratio of population size. A. Bicycle production B. Meat consumption C. Automobile production D. Fertilizer use im confused between A and

    asked by Amy on August 12, 2014
  26. math

    The volume of a sphere depends on the sphere's radius:V=4/3πr^3.(A)If the radius of a sphere is 3 feet,what is the volume?Give exact and approximate answers and use correct units.(B)Solve for r in the volume formula.(C)If the volume of a sphere is 20

    asked by Andrea on April 12, 2018
  27. physics

    the mass of the water is 131 kg and its initial temperature is 24.2°C, how much energy must the water transfer to its surroundings in order to freeze completely? The specific heat of water is 4186 J/kg·K, and the latent heat of fusion is 333 kJ/kg

    asked by kb on August 5, 2014
  28. Chemistry

    A student mixed 75.0 mL of water containing 0.75 mol HCI at 25* C with 75.0 mL of water containing 0.75 mol of NaOH at 25*C in a foam cup calorimeter. The temperature of the resulting solution increased to 35*C. How much heat in kilojoules was released by

    asked by Tarra on April 28, 2011
  29. physics ( math)

    Solve the Equations in terms of X: a. x/a = b/c b. s=xt^2/2 d. 4= 10/x e. 5= 5/x-5 f. 40=2((x10)2-5) g. x(y+2)/ (5y +8) 1.What is the average of 2/9 and 4/5? 2. Subtract 4.20 x 10^-5 from 6.468 x 10^-4 3.Given: D= density; M= Mass; V= Volume; and D= M/V a)

    asked by K.C on September 9, 2010
  30. precalc

    According to an article by Thomas H. McMahon in the July 1975 issue of Scientific American, a tree’s height varies directly with the radius of the base of its trunk. He expressed this relation using the formula h = kr^2/3 where k is a constant, h is

    asked by Anonymous on August 27, 2010
  31. Math

    damn i cant post a drawing..there r 2 cubes, cube x and cube y and the length of the cube x is 12cm. A) find the volume of cube x. B) if cube y has a volume equal to 1/8 of the volume of cube x, find the length of its edge.

    asked by 大S on June 4, 2012
  32. General Chemistry

    How do I calculate the concentration of KmNO4 when.. Initial Volume is 50mL 0.11g sodium oxalate Volume of KMnO4 used to titrate oxalate and acid= 34.0 mL Volume of KMnO4 used to titrate acid only= 0.10 mL Please help me Thank you!

    asked by Ashley on October 27, 2011
  33. precalculus

    A can with the ratio of the height of the radius is 4 to 1. a. express the volume of the can as a function of the radius, r. b. express the volume of the can as a function of the height, h. c. if you want the can to have a volume of 100cm cubed, what does

    asked by cheryl on November 17, 2006
  34. physics

    Using Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation, compare the effect of the Sun and the Moon on the tides. Constants: Mass of the Moon, M☽= 7.348E22 kg. Moon's semi-major axis, a☽= 3.844E8 m. You can find the other constants you will need on the Astronomy

    asked by Maria on November 16, 2011
  35. chemistry

    A student is performing an experiment to find the density of water. She obtains a 100ml beaker, which weighs 53.257 grams, and she fills it with 60 mL of water. The temperature of the water is 25.5 degrees celsius (room temperature). Again the student

    asked by Samantha on February 16, 2015
  36. Chemistry

    To 1.0 ml of 1.5%NaCl, water is added to a final volume of 100ml. What is the molarity NaCl of this final solution? 1.5g/100ml I do not know where to go from here?

    asked by Samantha on December 1, 2014
  37. math

    I need some serious help. I am a grade 10 student and I have this assignment due for tomorrow, but I can't get past the first question. The first part of the question asks me to calculate the volume of a box (prism) measuring 100mm by 60mm by 40mm. I got

    asked by SparklyOne on October 2, 2007
  38. Precalc

    According to an article by Thomas H. McMahon in the July 1975 issue of Scientific American, a tree’s height varies directly with the radius of the base of its trunk. He expressed this relation using the formula h = kr^2/3 where k is a constant, h is the

    asked by Summer on May 9, 2018
  39. math

    Find the number of decibels for the power of the sound given. Round to the nearest decibel. A rocket engine, 2.37 cross 10−5 ( to the 5th power) watts/cm2 ( cm squared)

    asked by elise on June 5, 2014
  40. physics

    The engine of a locomotive exerts a constant force of 6.5 105 N to accelerate a train to 90 km/h. Determine the time taken for the train of mass 1.8 107 kg to reach this speed from rest.

    asked by dolapo on October 9, 2016
  41. physics

    An aircraft has a take-off speed 180km/h and has length 250m from the start just before take-off a serious snag is detected in the engine and the aircraft failed to take-off. There is a wall at a distance of 270 m from takeoff point

    asked by deepali on October 17, 2017
  42. Math

    A engine for a car can be manufactured in a factory every 35 minutes. The factory starts production at 8:45 and stops at 16:55. (i) Find the number of engines that can be produced in a single working day. I really need help on how to do it!!! Please!!

    asked by Faith on September 6, 2017
  43. physics

    A brass ball weighs 270gram in air and when it was immersed in water,it displaced 30 ml of water .how much will the ball weigh in water?

    asked by kj on March 13, 2014
  44. maths

    A spherical water tank is 100cm in diameter. It is half filled with water. How many cubic centimetre is the water in the tank?

    asked by Eta Archibong on May 2, 2016
  45. chemistry

    Calculate the solubility (in g of compound per 100 g of water) of a compound for which 0.74 g form a saturated solution in 2 mL of water. Density of water: 1.00 g/mL

    asked by Anonymous on September 26, 2011
  46. math

    An aquarium holds 6 1/4 gallons of water. The water level has dropped to 4/5 of this amount. How much water should be added to fill the aquarium?

    asked by troy on September 29, 2015
  47. physics

    1,500J of heat energy is added to ice water and it causes the water temperature to rise by 4°C (not 40°C).what is the Mass of the ice water?

    asked by Shane Kippex Teio on April 7, 2017
  48. Chemistry

    A 50 gram sample of liquid water at 25 degrees C is mixed with 29 grams of water at 45 degrees C. The final temperature of the water is...?

    asked by Bree on December 6, 2012
  49. Chem II

    What mass of ethanol must be added to 10.0L of water to five a solution that freezes at -10.0 degrees C. Assume the density of water is q.00 g/mL. Kf of water is 1.86 degrees C/m.

    asked by Ken on June 7, 2008
  50. Math

    An aquarium holds 6 1/4 gallons of water. The water level has dropped to 4/5 of this amount. How much water should be added to fill the aquarium?

    asked by Kenneth on December 12, 2008
  51. Chemistry

    If 82.4 g of cold water (initially at 22 °C) is mixed in an insulated container with 96 g of hot water (initially at 88 °C), what will be the final temperature of the water in °C?

    asked by Rachel on May 1, 2014
  52. Chemistry

    Assume a baker of pure water has been boiling for 30 minutes. What is in the bubbles in the boiling water? Answer: water vapor. WHY?

    asked by Jessica on January 17, 2014
  53. Science

    Water freezes at 0 Celisus. If a temperature drop is causing a glass of water to freeze, how would a thermometer in the water most likely change as the water freezes? A. The temperature would keep rising steadily. B. The temperature would keep falling

    asked by Anne on October 20, 2013
  54. literacy

    When choosing your search strategy for a search engine, it's best to

    asked by carrie on January 17, 2012
  55. Chemistry

    A flask of known volume was filled with air to a pressure of 3.6atm. This flask was then attached to an evacuated flask of known volume and the air was allowed to expand into the flask. The final pressure of the air (in both flasks) was 2.7atm and the

    asked by Scott on August 27, 2016
  56. Chemisty

    A certain salt is known to have a solubility in water of 25.2g/100g water at 100°C and 11.4g/100g water at 20°C. The salt is dissolved in 240 g of water at 100°C until no more solid will dissolve. How much salt will crystallize out when the solution is

    asked by love on January 20, 2012
  57. Business

    Lee purchased an automobile for $17,000 with a 16.0% APR for 78 months. Lee pays off the loan in 30 months. How much interest will Lee receive?

    asked by I ana on January 2, 2008
  58. English

    1. An apple floats on water. 2. A coin sinks in water. 3. Banana peels are yellow. 4. The cell phone vibrates. 5, One apple floats on water. 6. One coin sinks in water. 7. Any apple floats on water. 8. Any coin sinks in water. 9. The banana peel is yellow.

    asked by rfvv on October 11, 2017
  59. Chemistry help please

    You have two sealed jars of water at the same temperature. In the first jar there is a large amount of water. In the second jar there is a small amount of water. how the vapor pressure of water in the first jar compares with the vapor pressure of water in

    asked by Ciaria on March 12, 2015
  60. Chemistry

    You have two sealed jars of water at the same temperature. In the first jar there is a large amount of water. In the second jar there is a small amount of water. how does the vapor pressure of water in the first jar compares with the vapor pressure of

    asked by Ciaria on March 11, 2015
  61. physics

    In lab, Will burns a 0.6 g peanut beneath 48 g of water, which increases in temperature from 22 degree C to 55 degree C. The amount of heat absorbed by the water can be found with the equation Q =cm \Delta T, where Q is the amount of heat, c the specific

    asked by christy on April 3, 2012
  62. Chemistry please help

    I can't find the answer of A 0.1052 g sample of copper metal is dissolved in 55 mL of concentrated HNO3 to form Cu2+ ions and then water is added to make a total volume of 208.5 mL. (Calculate the molarity of Cu2+.) I calculated

    asked by Ashley on June 21, 2013
  63. Chemistry

    Please help me answer this question; The goal of the recrystallization procedure is to obtain purified material with a maximized recovery. For each of the following, explain why this goal would be adversely affected. a) In the solution step, an

    asked by Judy on February 9, 2010
  64. Chemistry

    When 33.5 mL of 0.535 M H2SO4 is added to 33.5 mL of 1.07 M KOH in a coffee-cup calorimeter at 23.50°C, the temperature rises to 30.17°C. Calculate H of this reaction per mole of H2SO4 and KOH reacted. (Assume that the total volume is the sum of the

    asked by Matt on October 20, 2010
  65. physics

    a steel has a steel lid that is stuck tightly to the can. is it possible to open the can by running it under hot water? 1. yes 2. no 3. yes but only if the bottom of the can is submerged in ice water while the top is run by hot water. 4. no but could open

    asked by HELP!!!! on April 30, 2011
  66. Chemistry

    which of the following quantities is not required to calculate the amount of heat energy required to heat water from 25^OC to 55^OC? A-the mass of water sample. B-the initial temp. C-the heat of vaporization for water. D-the final temp. E-the specific heat

    asked by John Height on July 15, 2011
  67. PHYSICS

    Water flowing out of a horizontal pipe emerges through a nozzle. The radius of the pipe is 1.5 cm, and the radius of the nozzle is 0.42 cm. The speed of the water in the pipe is 0.68 m/s. Treat the water as an ideal fluid, and determine the absolute

    asked by Anonymous on November 18, 2015
  68. physics

    Which of the following is true for popcorn kernels and the water molecules inside them during popping? a. The temperature of the kernels increases. b. The water molecules are destroyed. c. The kinetic energy of the water molecules increases. d. The mass of

    asked by ihatephysicsgah on March 28, 2012
  69. Calculus

    A uniform layer of ice covers a spherical​ water-storage tank. As the ice​ melts, the volume V of ice decreases at a rate that varies directly as the surface area A. Show that the outside radius decreases at a constant rate.

    asked by Mike on March 20, 2018
  70. chem

    Does density of a substance change when the volume of the substance change? For example, if I had 10 mL of water and it has the density of 1g/mL will the density change if I had 20 mL of water instead?

    asked by henry on February 17, 2009
  71. physics

    A tire with an inner volume of 0.0250 m3 is filled with air at a gauge pressure of 30.3 psi. If the tire valve is opened to the atmosphere, what volume outside of the tire does the escaping air occupy? Some air remains within the tire occupying the

    asked by Akbar on April 23, 2012
  72. Bio

    Please Check my work and help me to answer the questions i could not get. Measure the cube that you are given. Complete the chart on the next page for your cube, then fill in the spaces for two other cubes, one measuring 1 cm on an edge and the other

    asked by Anonymous on November 29, 2008
  73. Bio

    Please Check my work and help me to answer the questions i could not get. Measure the cube that you are given. Complete the chart on the next page for your cube, then fill in the spaces for two other cubes, one measuring 1 cm on an edge and the other

    asked by Anonymous on November 29, 2008
  74. 7th Grade Science

    Write a short essay in which you create an analogy to describe particle motion. Compare the movements and positions of people dancing with the motions of water molecules in liquid water and in water vapor. I am NOT asking anybody to do this for me, all I

    asked by completeidiot on September 5, 2012
  75. Physics

    The drawing below shows a person who, starting from rest at the top of a cliff, swings down at the end of a rope, releases it, and falls into the water below. There are two paths by which the person can enter the water. Suppose he enters the water at a

    asked by Steven on October 3, 2014
  76. Physics

    The drawing below shows a person who, starting from rest at the top of a cliff, swings down at the end of a rope, releases it, and falls into the water below. There are two paths by which the person can enter the water. Suppose he enters the water at a

    asked by Steven on October 3, 2014
  77. physics

    The drawing below shows a person who, starting from rest at the top of a cliff, swings down at the end of a rope, releases it, and falls into the water below. There are two paths by which the person can enter the water. Suppose he enters the water at a

    asked by A on February 22, 2013
  78. Physics

    An Olympic swimming pool is heated and maintained at 30 °C in the winter. It has a volume of 2500 m3, a length of 50 m, and a width of 25 m. During a storm, the pool receives 1 cm of rain over its surface area. If the rain is 15 °C, what will the

    asked by Jimmy on December 5, 2010
  79. math

    Water is Pumped into an underground tank at a constant rate of 8 gallons per minute.Water leaks out of the tank at the rate of (t+1)^½ gallons per minute, for 0

    asked by POD on April 30, 2008
  80. Chemistry

    25.00 mL of heavy water (D2O where D is a hydrogen with a neutron in its nucleus) at 20 degrees C was pipetted into a 37.234 g beaker. The final mass of the beaker was 64.859 9 a- what is the density of heavy water at 20 degrees C b-The density of normal

    asked by Teresa on September 20, 2012
  81. Science

    Salim added 1 g of salt to each of four beakers filled with water. He stirred the water at different speeds, and recorded how long it took for the salt to dissolved. Stirring - Time (sec) No stirring - 25 Slow stirring - 18 Medium stirring - 10 Fast

    asked by Mary Helpppppp on October 26, 2011
  82. Science

    Salim added 1 g of salt to each of four beakers filled with water. He stirred the water at different speeds, and recorded how long it took for the salt to dissolved. Stirring Time (sec) No stirring 25 Slow stirring 18 Medium stirring 10 Fast stirring 6

    asked by Mary on October 26, 2011
  83. Science 6TH Grade

    Salim added 1 g of salt to each of four beakers filled with water. He stirred the water at different speeds, and recorded how long it took for the salt to dissolved. Stirring - Time (sec) No stirring - 25 Slow stirring - 18 Medium stirring - 10 Fast

    asked by Mary PLEASEEEEE on October 26, 2011
  84. Chemistry

    Imagine that your water heater has broken, but you want to take a bath. You fill your bathtub with 25kg of room-temperature water (about 25C). You figure that you can boil water on the stove and pour it into the bath to raise the temperature. How much

    asked by Anonymous on February 17, 2010
  85. AP Chemistry

    To prepare 1.000 kg of 5.5 percent by mass KCl (aq), one may dissolve a. 994.5 g KCl in 5.5 g of water b. 5.5 g KCl in 994.5 g of water c. 5.5 g KCl in 1000.0 g of water d. 55 g KCl in 945 g of water e. 55.0 g KCl in 1000.0 g of water

    asked by Joe on April 4, 2008
  86. Physics

    A large water tank has an inlet pipe and an outlet pipe. The inlet pipe has a diameter of 2.19 cm and is 2.13 m above the bottom of the tank. The outlet pipe has a diameter of 5.49 cm and is 4.85 m above the bottom of the tank. A volume of 0.359 m3 of

    asked by mican on April 19, 2014
  87. Statistics (urgent)

    A beverage comopany uses a machine to automatically fill 1-liter bottles. Assume that the population of volumes is normally distributed. The company wants to estimate the mean volume of water to within 1 ML. Determine the minimum sample size required to

    asked by Erica on November 18, 2012
  88. Physics

    An engineer claims to have measured the characteristics of a heat engine that takes in 130J of thermal energy and produces 40J of useful work. What is the smallest possible ratio of the temperatures (in kelvin) of the hot and cold reservoirs?

    asked by Mike on December 11, 2010
  89. Physics

    a space-satellite mass of 600kg fires a rocket engine for 2 seconds expelling 40kg of exhaust gases at 350m/s. By how much will the speed of the capsule change? You may consider the initial relative velocities to be zero, but would it matter?

    asked by Sarah on April 27, 2012
  90. us history (please help!!)

    2.Which answer best describes the main benefit of the steam engine? A)It was used to create road-building materials. B)It was used to power trains and steamboats. ** C)It was used to run many factories in the 1820s. D)It was used to help dig canals and

    asked by #1Student on February 26, 2014
  91. Physics 11th Grade "HEAT' 2

    1) Emily is testing her baby's bath water and finds that is too cold,so she adds some hot water from kettle on the stove. If Emily adds 2.00 kg of water at 80.0 degree celcius to 20.0 kg of bath water at 27.0 degree celcius , what is the final temperature

    asked by Isis on March 14, 2013
  92. chemistry

    a sample consisting 22.7g of a nongasous unstable compound X is placed inside a metal cylinder with a radius of 8Cm and a piston is carefully placed on the surface of the compound so that for all practical purposes the distance between the bottom of the

    asked by tom on April 21, 2008
  93. Physics

    A water tank is filled to a depth of 10 m, and the bottom of the tank is 20 m above ground. A water-filled hose that is 2.0 cm in diameter extends from the bottom of the tank to the ground, but no water is flowing in this hose. The water pressure at ground

    asked by Anonymous on November 22, 2014
  94. Science

    At a given temperature and pressure, the volume of a gaseous sample is directly proportional to the moles of gas (volume = C * moles, where C is a constant). Assuming that the tempreature and pressure is the same for the reaction of magnesium with HCl(aq)

    asked by Amy on March 14, 2013
  95. Science

    At a given temperature and pressure, the volume of a gaseous sample is directly proportional to the moles of gas (volume = C * moles, where C is a constant). Assuming that the tempreature and pressure is the same for the reaction of magnesium with HCl(aq)

    asked by Amy on March 14, 2013
  96. General Chem

    At a given temperature and pressure, the volume of a gaseous sample is directly proportional to the moles of gas (volume = C * moles, where C is a constant). Assuming that the tempreature and pressure is the same for the reaction of magnesium with HCl(aq)

    asked by Amy on March 11, 2013
  97. Science

    At a given temperature and pressure, the volume of a gaseous sample is directly proportional to the moles of gas (volume = C * moles, where C is a constant). Assuming that the tempreature and pressure is the same for the reaction of magnesium with HCl(aq)

    asked by Amy on March 14, 2013
  98. Social Studies

    1. Which fact best supports the claim that Southeast Asia has diverse cultural influences? A)Singapore has a thriving economy based on exports to other nations B)Minangkabau wedding ceremonies blend Hindu and native traditions*** C)Southeast Asia is made

    asked by Scarlet on March 29, 2016
  99. Math

    If a cubic foot of water weighs approximately 62.5 pounds, find the weight of the water in a swimming pool which is 16 yards long and 12 yards wide with water to a depth of 7 feet. Answer to the nearest ton.

    asked by Jon on August 23, 2010
  100. physics

    If 335 g of water at 65.5 °C loses 9750 J of heat, what is the final temperature of the water? Liquid water has a specific heat of 4.18 J/(g.°C). °C (Answer a number only, no units. Round to the tenth place). This is an example of an endothermic or

    asked by sara on May 22, 2017