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The majority of the ozone in the atomsphere occur because of UV breaking O2 into O and than O + O2 -> O3. But for...
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Hello I am currently enrolled in General Chem. We are learning how to write chemical formulas. Can someone please...
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Is a pipette used to transport the aqeous reactant to the flask. Is a burette used to transport the titrant in the...
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From what I gather both ionic and covalent bonds transform all the elements involved into ions. Does that mean every...
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Salts such as Na2SO4 are generally regarded as salting out (at least in colloid chemistry I think). What is the...
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In medicinal chemistry fluorine atoms are often used on scaffolds in order to increase metabolic stability of a...
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When you burn pure sulphur, what is the solid residue left behind? I Know that sulphur dioxide is the gas that is...
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The textbook said if you add dry ice (carbon dioxide) to lemonade or soda water, the pH of the substance (which is...
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My teacher mentioned that if an element has a neutron to proton ratio of 1.2 or higher than the element is...
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I have read on the faq section of the google physics group that sometimes ice re-freezes faster after hotter water is...
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We did an experiment in chemistry class today, where we had to see whether certain substances dissolved in water...
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Sulphate ions and nitric acid wouldn’t react? Is it because sulfuric acid is a very strong acid, while nitric acids...
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One time I made an oil that burned cooler than normal (or so I think) and has a persistant flame (in light wind it...
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In my textbook, it had 2Cu2+(aq) + 4I-(aq) -> CuI(s) + I2(aq) How does that work? First of all it's not...
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Then you make black powder with KNO3 + S + C and if your ratios are abit messed up. Can somebody please answer these...
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Hi all, i am hoping to make sodium bisulphite by passing so2 through NaOH. However, i was wondering if anyone...
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I don't know how to answer this question. I have to find the number of moles of water in the hydrate BaCL2*H2O. SOwwie...
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I was wondering why hydrogen bonding only occurs in molecules containing H and one or more of the following: N, O, and...
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Hi all, I have a small question. I have checked it:...
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Why is the equilibrium constant, k defined the way it is? There are other expressions that would also be constant...
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Hey people, I have beeno wondering this for a while: If the nucleus of an atom is positively charged and the...
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Ok i was in chemistry the other day and we were talking about combustion of alkanes in both complete and non complete...
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Why is fire hotter when fueled by sulfur as compared to say, paper, wood, or charcoal?
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My chemistry textbook states the following: "In general, larger molecules tend to have greater polarizabilities...
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Someone likened cooking with titration. How accurate is this? Is heat usually applied to titration? Does titration...
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Hi How is it possible to tell if fuel (gas) is contaminated (by water / alcohols / oils etc)? Roger
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Hi, In all derivations of the Eyring equation I've seen, all the steps are carried out in detail until the end,...
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What is the full form of TCC found in Dettol soaps?
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If chlorophyll makes leaves green, and carotenoid makes them yellow, orange, and brown, then what in the world makes...
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Cu(NH_3)_4(OH)_2 Ag(NH_3)_2Cl I tried to research on wikipedia but found none... Any help would be greatly...
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In a battery cell, let iodine (I2) be the oxidant. In this half cell, what could the electrode be? Could it have an...
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