# A student mixed two clear liquids together in a beaker. A gas and a new liquid formed. The gas escaped, so the student was unable to measure its mass. She guessed that its mass was no more than 10.0 [LW1]

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1. ## science --- pls check my work!!!

hi, pls check my work asap! 1. A ___ has a definite shape and a definite volume. (1 point) solid*** liquid gas molecule 2. Why is a gas able to flow? (1 point) Its particles have melted and can move around.Its particles have high viscosity and can move

2. ## Science

2. why is gas able to flow? a) Its particles have melted and can move around b) Its particles have high viscosity and can move around c) Its particles have enough energy to move around d) Its particles have enough pressure to move around 3. Which of the

3. ## Science

A student mixed two clear liquids together in a beaker and a solid precipitate formed. His data is shown in the table below. Liquid reactant A = 10 g Liquid reactant B = 17 g Beaker + solid product= 32 g What is the mass of the beaker? A. 5 g B. 10 g C. 15

4. ## Science

1.Suppose 10 atoms of carbon (C) react with 20 atoms of oxygen (O). According to the Law of Conservation of Matter, how many atoms will there be in the product of this reaction?(1 point) A. 20 B. 30*** C. 10 D. 15 2.Which procedure could be used to

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At a chemical plant where you are an engineer, a tank contains an unknown liquid. You must determine the liquids specific heat capacity. You put 0.500 kg of the liquid into an insulated metal cup of mass 0.200 kg. Initially the liquid and cup are at 20

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In the simulation shown below, each insulated beaker contains equal amounts of the same fluid.The starting temperature of beaker A was 100.0 °C and the starting temperature of beaker B was 0.0 °C. Assuming no heat is lost, what is the best estimate of

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1: Use the table to answer the question. Student Name | Potential Energy Rating (lowest to highest) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Henry | gas, liquid, solid

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A student is given a sample of an unknown liquid to test in the laboratory. The student thinks that the liquid is water. Which of the following properties of the sample is most helpful to determine if the liquid is water? A. color of the liquid B. mass of

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What is true about kinetic energy and the mobility of solid, liquid, and gas particles? The average kinetic energy of the particles decreases as the particles go from a liquid state to a gas state because gas particles do not interact with each other. The

10. ## Science

A student mixed two clear liquids together in a beaker. A gas and a new liquid formed. The gas escaped, so the student was unable to measure its mass. She guessed that its mass was no more than 10.0 [LW1] grams. Her data is shown in the table below. Mass

11. ## Science Help!

A student mixed two clear liquids together in a beaker. A solid and a new liquid formed. The student forgot to write down the mass of one of the reactansts. The rest of the data are shown in the table below. Table Mass (g) Liquid reactant A/ unknown Liquid

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A student estimated the volume of liquid in a beaker as 200 mL. When she poured the liquid into a graduated cylinder, she measured the volume as 216 mL. What is the percent error of the estimated volume from the beaker, taking the measurement in the

13. ## Chemistry

A clear colorless liquid in an open beaker was heated to boiling. The liquid began to boil at 110°C, and as vapors escaped, the temperature of boiling gradually increased to 115°C, at which the heating was stopped. On the basis of this information, we

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A scientist is working in a lab and accidentally combines two liquids that quickly form a solution. Which process could be used to separate the two liquids?(1 point) heating the liquids and letting one boil away first *** passing the liquids through a

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7. Which of the following changes gives no evidence that a chemical reaction has taken place? A cube of solid forms a puddle of liquid. A certain liquid is added to a solid, and bubbles of gas form. Two liquids are mixed, and a precipitate forms. Heating a

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The two insulated beakers contain equal amounts of identical liquids. The temperature of Beaker A is 80°C. The temperature of Beaker B is 50°C. A copper rod connects the beakers. The system is then left alone for several hours. What would you expect to

17. ## Science HELP

A student mixed two clear liquids together in a beaker and a solid precipitate formed. His data is shown in the table below. Liquid reactant A = 10 g Liquid reactant B = 17 g Beaker + solid product= 32 g What is the mass of the beaker? A. 5 g B. 10 g C. 15

18. ## Science

2. Two liquids are poured into two cups. Cup A contains a colorless, odorless liquid. Cup B contains a colorless liquid with a strong odor. An ice cube floats in Cup A but sinks in Cup B. When heated, the liquid in Cup B boils at a much lower temperature

19. ## science

how do different liquids affect egg shells? Sounds like a worthy science project. Why don't you try some liquids and find out? Some might dissolve or soften them, some will change their color. wwell it depends on what type of liquid your useing like soda

20. ## chemistry

A clear colorless liquid in an open beaker was heated to boiling. The liquid began to boil at 110°C, and as vapors escaped, the temperature of boiling gradually increased to 115°C, at which the heating was stopped. On the basis of this information, we

21. ## Chemistry

The density of liquid "A" is 1.80gm/ml, liquid "B" is 1.10 gm/ml and liquid "C" is 1.40 gm/ml. If theses liquids are immiscible in each other and a piece of solid with a specific gravity of 0.80 is placed in a container of all these liquids, what will

22. ## science

The two insulated beakers contain equal amounts of identical liquids. The temperature of Beaker A is 85°C. The temperature of Beaker B is 40°C. A metal rod connects the beakers. Five minutes later, the temperature of Beaker A is 75°C and the temperature

23. ## science

The two insulated beakers contain equal amounts of identical liquids. The temperature of Beaker A is 80°C. The temperature of Beaker B is 50°C. A copper rod connects the beakers. The system is then left alone for several hours. What would you expect to

24. ## chemistry

1. Carbon dioxide in water is an example of which solute-solvent combination? a. gas-liquid c. cannot be determined b. liquid-gas d. liquid-liquid

25. ## AP Chem

A student chemist named Hannah Montana set up an electrical conductivity tester similar to that shown on page 141 and conducted an experiment involving two clear, colorless liquids, identified as solution A and solution B. Solution A and Solution B are

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A student mixed two clear liquids together in a beaker and a solid precipitate formed. His data is shown in the table below. Liquid reactant A 10 g Liquid reactant B 17 g Beaker + solid product 32 g What is the mass of the beaker? A. 5 g B. 10 g C. 15 g D.

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Please Check my Work:pls check my work asap! 1. A ___ has a definite shape and a definite volume. (1 point) 1. solid (My Choice) 2. liquid 3. gas 4. molecule 2. Why is a gas able to flow? (1 point) 1. Its particles have melted and can move around. 2. Its

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Three liquids of differing densities are studied. Samples of liquid 1 and liquid 2 are placed in a container together. Liquid 1 rises to the top. Another sample of liquid 1 is placed in a different container together with liquid 3. This time, liquid 3

29. ## science

Two insulated beakers contain different amounts of identical liquids. Beaker A contains twice as much liquid as Beaker B. The temperature of Beaker A is 80°C. The temperature of Beaker B is 40°C. An aluminum rod connects the beakers, and the system is

30. ## Physical Science

Two identical beakers are both half filled with a liquid. Beaker A contains water and Beaker B contains a liquid that is denser than water. Which of the following is FALSE? a. The pressure at the bottom of Beaker B is greater than that at the bottom of

31. ## Chemistry

three liquids have densities of 1.15g/m, 0.79g/ml, and 0.95 g/ml. When the liquids, which do not mix, are poured into a graduated cylinder, the liquid at the top is the one with a density, in g/ml, of ?

32. ## chemistry

As the temperature of a gaseous substance is decreased at constant pressure, it will undergo a series of physical changes. Which is the correct sequence of physical states that will be encountered? a.Liquid, solid, gas b.Gas, solid, liquid c.Solid, liquid,

33. ## chemistry

Examine the scenario. A soda factory dissolves carbon dioxide (CO2) into water (H2O) as part of its manufacturing process. Which answer choice correctly categorizes the solution the soda factory is creating? liquid-gas gas-liquid liquid-liquid solid-liquid

34. ## chemistry

A graduated cylinder was used to measure out 5.3 mL of a sample of a liquid into a pre-weighed 100-mL beaker (mass of the beaker = 24.568 g) at 25oC. The total mass of the beaker and alcohol was 29.568 g. what is the actual volume transferred from the

35. ## science

A student mixed two clear liquids together in a beaker and a solid precipitate formed. His data is shown in the table below. Liquid reactant A = 10 g Liquid reactant B = 17 g Beaker + solid product= 32 g What is the mass of the beaker? A. 5 g B. 10 g C. 15

36. ## Science

"A student mixed two clear liquids together in a beaker. A solid and new liquid formed. The student forgot to write down the mass of one of the reactants. The rest of the data is shown in the table below." The data (mass, in grams): Liquid reactant A:

37. ## Science

Hiiii! I was wondering about getting some help real quick. 1. A student mixed two clear liquids together in a beaker and a solid precipitate formed. His data is shown in the table below. Liquid reactant A - 10g Liquid reactant B - 17g Beaker + solid

38. ## Math

In a science experiment, Ms. Dixon's students find that there is 0.00385 times as liquid in Beaker A as in Beaker B after two days. There are 3.5 millimeters of liquid in Beaker B. How much Liquid is in Beaker A?

39. ## Chemistry

An unsealed 750 mL beaker contains 500 mL of very dense gas at 25.0 degrees C and 1.10 atm. The gas is much denser than the surrounding air, so it does not disperse into the air. (a) At constant pressure, what would the temperature have to reach for the

40. ## forensic science

What type of substance is the mobile phase in gas chromatography? a polar liquid a nonpolar liquid a mixture of two liquids to create the correct polarity a polar gas an inert gas like nitrogen my answer is an insert gas like nitrogen

41. ## Science

If you have a beaker that contains 100ml at 40 degrees and a beaker that contains 200ml at 25 degrees. After a while the temperature of both liquids have decreased. In terms of energy describe what has happened to the liquids.

42. ## Chemistry

I need to vary the surface area by choosing different size beaker. I will put liquid in there so it would have to be volume??cm^3? But the question is how can I calculate the surface area of the beaker ??? The key thing here is the container... Examples:

43. ## Some Chemistry Questions

I got three questions. If you were making a tool used to handle live electrical wires, which class of materials would you most likely use? ***Semimetals Metalloids Nonmetals Metals Which of the following changes gives no evidence that a chemical reaction

44. ## Chemistry

You have to work with 240 mL of a liquid. You are provided with 250 mL, 400 mL and 800 mL beakers. Which would be the best size of beaker to use? Which would be the worst size? Explain your reasoning. A 250 beaker has graduations every 25 mL. With what

45. ## chemistry

A student estimated the volume of a liquid in a beaker to be 300 mL. When she poured the liquid into a graduated cylinder, she measured the volume as 295 mL. Considering the measurement in the graduated cylinder to be the accepted value, what is the

46. ## Chemistry

Which choices indicate a chemical change? _(Select all that apply.)_ two liquids mix and release an odor two colors mix to make a new color liquid turns to gas in the form of bubbles when boiling two liquids form a precipitate B and C?

47. ## Science

Liquid A=0.68 g/ml Liquid B=0.76 g/ml Liquid C=1.00 g/ml Liquid D=1.08 g/ml A new liquid with a density of 0.97 g/ml is poured into a graduate cylinder. Where would it layer in relationship to the other liquids?

48. ## Chemistry

A student had 50.0 grams of frozen alcohol and placed it in a beaker on a hot plate. The student noted that for the first two minutes, the temperature of the alcohol in the beaker did not change. By the end of the two minutes most of the alcohol was in the

49. ## chem

what is a liquid solution and a gaseous solution? Do you intend to ask us to name a liquid solution and a gaseous solution. One example of a liquid solution is vinegar. It is acetic acid in water. That is a solution of two liquids. An example of a gaseous

50. ## chemistry

A student is given 3 beakers: Beaker 1- 50.0 ml of a solution produced by dissolving 6.00 grams of a weak monoprotic acid ,HX, in enough water to produce 1 liter of solution. The empirical formula of HX is CH2O. The solution contains 3 drops of

51. ## chemistry

a student was investigating the properties of a liquid L. He found that it turned phenolphthalein indicator red but when a piece of litmus paper was dipped into liquid L it turned blue. Which of these liquids could it be? a Aqueous ammonia b Lemon juice c

52. ## science

The two insulated beakers contain equal amounts of identical liquids. The temperature of Beaker A is 80°C. The temperature of Beaker B is 50°C. A copper rod connects the beakers. The system is then left alone for several hours. What would you expect to

53. ## Physics

I have a blue liquid with density 1040 +- 20 yellow liquid 1190 +- 60, (dark)red liquid 1170 +- 30 pink/light red liquid 1100 +- 60 my task is to find out what liquids are they all of the densities were calculated in class(we were doing an experiment).

54. ## Science

1. You observe two beakers containing clear liquid and ice cubes. In the first beaker, the ice cubes are floating. In the second, the ice cubes are on the bottom of the beaker. Write a hypothesis to explain the difference in your observations about the two

55. ## SCIENCE

A STUDENT HAS AN UNKNOWN CLEAR LIQUID. SHE WANTS TO DETERMINE WHAT IT IS

56. ## Physical Chemistry

"Liquids A and B, which have identical molar volumes, are mixed together in equal volumes to form a 75 mL mixture. The liquids are partially miscible and the mixture phase separates into an upper phase with a composition xA=0.45 and a lower phase with a

57. ## chemistry need help

Carbon dioxide in water is an example of which solute-solvent combination? a. gas- liquid b.liquid- gas c.cannot be determined d. liquid- liquid

58. ## Physics

During an all-night cram session, a student heats up a 0.332 liter (0.332 x 10- 3 m3) glass (Pyrex) beaker of cold coffee. Initially, the temperature is 19.0 °C, and the beaker is filled to the brim. A short time later when the student returns, the

59. ## Physics

During an all-night cram session, a student heats up a 0.332 liter (0.332 x 10- 3 m3) glass (Pyrex) beaker of cold coffee. Initially, the temperature is 19.0 °C, and the beaker is filled to the brim. A short time later when the student returns, the

60. ## 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

61. ## chem

A 250 beaker has graduations every 25 mL. With what accuracy can you estimate the volume of liquid in the beaker?

62. ## Science

1. You observe two beakers containing clear liquid and ice cubes. In the first beaker, the ice cubes are floating. In the second, the ice cubes are on the bottom of the beaker. Write a hypothesis to explain the difference in your observations about the two

63. ## chem

HOw much energy is required to heat 36.0g H2O from a liquid at 65C to a gas at 115C? The following physical data may be uselful. Hvap=40.7kJ/mol C liquid=4.18 C gas=2.01 C solid= 2.09 T melting=0 C T boiling=100 C The answers about 87.7 kJ However I'm not

64. ## Chemistry

(I need help with these two questions. I don’t know how to solve it.) 1. A student takes 215mL of a 5.0M HCI solution and places it into a beaker. The students then adds enough water to the beaker to make 750mL. Calculator molarity of this new solution.

65. ## science

a clear colourless liquid used to test for a gas which your body gets rid of.

1 The mass of the magnesium metal when performing the calculation of the ideal gas constant experiment... After all measurements have been taken and the stopper is removed from the eudiometer, the liquid in the beaker can be

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If a small stream of liquid A was strongly deflected by a charged object, liquid B was moderately deflected, and liquid C was weakly deflected rank the liquids in order of polarity. (Assume densities and charges are all equal.)

68. ## Chemistry

If a small stream of liquid A was strongly deflected by a charged object, liquid B was moderately deflected, and liquid C was weakly deflected rank the liquids in order of polarity. (Assume densities and charges are all equal.)

69. ## Chem

If a small stream of liquid A was strongly deflected by a charged object, liquid B was moderately deflected, and liquid C was weakly deflected rank the liquids in order of polarity. (Assume densities and charges are all equal.)

70. ## Science 8R - help

Homework - Draw a graduated cylinder with different liquids in it (different colors) and different densities. Write the densities next to the liquid. What kind of liquid???? How will I know the densities???? What's the color of the liquid???? please help

71. ## science

An empty beaker weighs 20g and when filled with a liquid weighs 65g. The volume of the liquid is found to be 25cm³. Determine the density of the liquid

72. ## science

An empty beaker weighs 20g and when filled with a liquid weighs 65g. The volume of the liquid is found to be 25cm³. Determine the density of the liquid

73. ## Physics

During an all-night cram session, a student heats up a one-half liter (0.50 10-3 m3) glass (Pyrex) beaker of cold coffee. Initially, the temperature is 19°C, and the beaker is filled to the brim. A short time later when the student returns, the

74. ## Chemistry

I got think I got the following questions almost figured, but I just want someone to make sure that I am correct. 1) The whole experiment involves using the ideal gas law to predict the molar mass of an unknown liquid. The formula is molar mass of liquid =

75. ## Physics

During an all-night cram session, a student heats up a 0.360 liter (0.360 x 10- 3 m3) glass (Pyrex) beaker of cold coffee. Initially, the temperature is 18.1 °C, and the beaker is filled to the brim. A short time later when the student returns, the

76. ## physics

During an all-night cram session, a student heats up a 0.360 liter (0.360 x 10- 3 m3) glass (Pyrex) beaker of cold coffee. Initially, the temperature is 18.1 °C, and the beaker is filled to the brim. A short time later when the student returns, the

77. ## chemistry

If Liquid A and Liquid B don’t mix, what would you guess about the liquids

78. ## CHECK my answers 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

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Many analytical instruments require liquid nitrogen. While filling an instrument with liquid nitrogen, an analytical chemist slips and spills the contents of the dewer, 25L, onto the floor. Since the boiling point of liquid nitrogen at 1atm is 77.4 K, all

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Use the drop-down menus to complete the sentences. Sofie has been learning about the properties of liquids. She tells her mom that describes the flow of a liquid, while describes a material's ability to soak up a liquid. She then spills a drink on the

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Please help me with the questions at the end of this chemistry lab.Thank you for any help you can provide. 1. This experiment requires you to do 7 trials with varying amounts of Na©üCO©ý. 2. Take a clean 50 mL beaker from the Glassware shelf and place

82. ## help on a question

I needed help on a physical science question. When the molecules in a body move with increased speed, it's possible that the body will change from a... A) gas to a liquid B) gas to a solid C) liquid to a solid D) liquid to a gas PLEASE HELP ME!! If the

83. ## physics

in different parts of a car air conditioner a liquid changes to a gas and a gas changes to a liquid. a)which of these changes causes the cooling?why? b)describe how the air conditioner removes heat from the car's cabin. can someone please help??thank you

84. ## science

My science homework questions is: You measure the boiling temperature of 3 clear liquids. 1 of them boils at 100C. The other 2 at 85C and 115C. How can you use numbers to identify the first liquid? Can someone help?

85. ## chem

what is a liquid solution and a gaseous solution? [define plz] liquid solution: sea water gas solution: air i don't need examples. i need definitions. they are not in my book. a liquid solution is a mixture of atoms/ions/chemicals, etc. dissolved in water.

86. ## Chemistry

Why is a beaker more acurrate to use when measuring the evaporation over a period of time of a liquid instead of an Erlenmayer flask??? I don't know that it is. It depends upon the size of the Erlenmeyer flask, the beaker, how much water is in the

87. ## Chemistry

Consider the densities of the liquid substances listed. a) How will substance X, a solid, with density of 0.87 g/cm^3, behave when placed in each of the other pure liquids? b) Sketch and label a test tube containing substances A,B,C, and X. Assume that the

88. ## chem

How does a gas differ from a liquid with respect to the following property: Ability to mix with other substances of the same phase to form homogeneous mixtures Gases form homogeneous mixtures with each other regardless of the identities or relative

89. ## Chemistry (Math)

A chemist pours 200 grams of a liquid (density = 2.5 gm/mL) into a cube beaker with 5 cm edges and a graduated cylinder with a base radius of 5 cm and a height of 5 cm. What is fraction of the liquid that needs to be put in the graduated cylinder such that

90. ## Chemistry (Math)

A chemist pours 200 grams of a liquid (density = 2.5 gm/mL) into a cube beaker with 5 cm edges and a graduated cylinder with a base radius of 5 cm and a height of 5 cm. What is fraction of the liquid that needs to be put in the graduated cylinder such that

91. ## Chemistry

So I mixed 25 mL of 0.002 M KSCN and 25 mL of water in a beaker. The solution was clear with no precipitants. But then it says the ions present in KSCN are: so i put K+,S2- , CN- is that right?

92. ## physics

During an all-night cram session, a student heats up a 0.420 liter (0.420 x 10- 3 m3) glass (Pyrex) beaker of cold coffee. Initially, the temperature is 19.4 °C, and the beaker is filled to the brim. A short time later when the student returns, the

93. ## chem- to clarify....

"How does a gas differ from a liquid with respect to the following property: Ability to mix with other substances of the same phase to form homogeneous mixtures Gases form homogeneous mixtures with each other regardless of the identities or relative

94. ## chemistry

what happens when solids, liquids, and gases are heated/cooled? Most expand if heated; contract if cooled. Solids, if heated high enough will melt and the liquid may occupy less volume than the solid. Likewise, liquids, if heated high enough, will boil and

95. ## chemistry

If I measure a graduated cylinder 50 mL and then take that same liquid and it measures 52 mL in a beaker, what is the percentage error of the beaker?

A metal block of volume 1 * 10^3 cm^3 is suspended from a thread as shown in the diagram. It is lowered into a beaker of liquid of unknown density until it is completely immersed but does not touch the bottom of the beaker. The beaker rests on a balance.

If a small stream of liquid A was strongly deflected by a charged object, liquid B was moderately deflected, and liquid C was weakly deflected rank the liquids in order of polarity. (Assume densities and charges are all equal.)

98. ## CHEMISTRY

If a small stream of liquid A was strongly deflected by a charged object, liquid B was moderately deflected, and liquid C was weakly deflected rank the liquids in order of polarity. (Assume densities and charges are all equal.)

99. ## chemistry

If Liquid A and Liquid B don’t mix, what would you guess about the liquids?