Chemistry Questions and Answers

  • What are the most important parts of the scientific method.?
  • What are the names for P2O3 and Si3N4?
  • What are the names of the anticoagulants chemicals that keeps blood from cloting in the donated blood sack?
  • What are the names of the chemicals used in the silver test kit?
  • What are the names of the following compounds?
  • What are the names of these chemically formulas?Please help.?
  • What are the names of these complex ions? And how do you balance this redox equation?
  • What are the optimal temperature and pH ranges for peroxidase?
  • What are the oxidation numbers of K, Mn, and O respectively in the compound KMnO4 ( 4 is small)?
  • What are the parent acid and base for SrC2O4?
  • What are the partial molar properties?
  • What are the pH and [OH-] ion in water with [H+] of 2.7x105M ?
  • What are the physical and chemical properties of carbonic acid??
  • What are the physical and chemical properties of gold?
  • What are the physical versus chemical properties of matter?
  • What are the polarities of water, hexane and ethanol?
  • What are the primary uses of Platinum?
  • What are the principles on which distillation is based?
  • What are the products of Acetic acid (CH3CO2H) + Soduim carbonate (Na2CO3) ?
  • What are the products of the following chemical reactions?
  • What are the properties of fluid?
  • What are the Properties of Styrofoam?
  • What are the reactions between Zn, fe, Cu and HC2H3O2 ?
  • What are the relationships of chemistry and chemical engineering?
  • What are the risks of using Polyacrylonitrile?
  • What are the salt names for any of the following?
  • What are the shut down procedures for water softener plant capacity 4.7 meter cube per hour?
  • What are the similarities and differences between applied research and basic research? Explain your answer.?
  • What are the similarities in the hydrides and oxides of oxygen and sulphur??
  • What are the states at molecular level?
  • What are the structures of ..?
  • What are the structures of ..?
  • What are the symbols for all the elements that have..?
  • What are the systematic names for the following ions and compounds?
  • What are the systematic names for the following ions and compounds?
  • What are the three elements found in all others?
  • What are the three physiological processes involved in urine production?
  • What are the three products of fermentation in yeast?
  • What are the trends in the third ionisation energies of metals from scandium to zinc?
  • What are the two components of a buffer system? How does a buffer system work to hold pH nearly constant?
  • What are the two operations involved in liquefying a gas?
  • What are the two operations involved in liquifyig a gas?
  • What are the varialbles in the following statement?
  • What are the various CHALLENGES facing hydrogen fuel cell technology??
  • What are the words That end with gram?
  • What are thermal ellipsoids?
  • What are these definitions?
  • What are these equations when balanced?
  • What are these gas laws?
  • What Are these two atoms called?
  • What are three factors that influence solubility?
  • What are three factors that influence the rate of solution?
  • What are three ways to increase the rate at which a solid solute will dissolve in a solvent?
  • What are true statements about proteins.?
  • What are two factors that make the reaction rate lowere than the collision rate of a reaction?
  • What are two more compounds with dipole moments? Please Help?
  • What are two synthetic metals?
  • What are two ways in which heat is involved in the copper recycling lab?
  • What are we going to do with all this rubidium?
  • What aretwo things a chemical formula indicates about a compound?
  • What ate theelements or compounds that can be found on hair?
  • What atom in water has the greatest electronegativity ?
  • What atom is in the middle for FNO in its lewis structure?
  • What atom or part of a chemical formula is found in?
  • What base is formed by the addition of potassium oxide to water?
  • What bond holds sodium cyanide together?
  • What can be a simple, fun and safe experiment for chemistry.?
  • What can be accounted for the difference in geometries and bond angles?
  • What can be said about the bounding force?
  • What can be the best chemistry project??
  • What can radioactive decay be affected by?
  • What can smell alone tell one about a molecule?
  • What can the process of titration be used for?
  • What can you conclude about the forces between and within structural units for a compound which .?
  • What can you use chlorine for besides salt, bleach, bug killers, and pools.. ?!??!!?
  • What carries the amino acids to the ribosome and the mRNA??
  • What caused the difference in compressibility between the solid, liquid, and gas (from a molecular point of?
  • What causes "helium voice" ?
  • What causes a fluid to embark up a tube? (A straw??)?
  • What causes covalent and Ionic bonding?
  • What causes global warming??
  • What causes salt to dissolve in water?
  • What causes the doughnut shaped ring found in the dz^2 orbital?
  • What causes us to see smoke?
  • What causes vinagar to react to baking soda?
  • What causes water molecules to have a bent shape, according to VSPER?
  • What causes water to not form together as well when soap is mixed with it?
  • What change in volume results if 60.0mL of gas is cooled from 33.0Celsius to 5.00C?
  • What change in weather does a falling barometer indicate?
  • What change of temperature wil occur is a .250Kg sample of silver releases 4001 J of energy. The specific heat
  • What changes in conditions would favor the products in the following equilibrium?
  • What changes in dilutions?
  • What characteristics of bases have in order to react w/ litmus paper?
  • What chemical can I use to break down sulphur stains?
  • What chemical in nail polish causes it to dry faster?
  • What chemical in salt melts ice?
  • What chemical is used for white washing houses?what are formed when it reacts with water ?
  • What chemical or compund breaks down KEROSENE smells please ?
  • What chemical process must alays accompany a reduction process?
  • What chemical reaction is taking place with the Diet Coke and Mentos?
  • What chemical reactions will take place if I add concHCL&concH2SO4 to seawater separately?
  • What chemical test is there to identify ethanoic acid?
  • What chemical will combust with gasoline?
  • What chemically speaking does an alcohol bath do?
  • What Chemicals Are In Water?
  • What chemicals are reacting when Diet Coke is mixed with Mentos?
  • What chemicals are used in portable toilets?
  • What chemicals are used to make shrinky dinks?
  • What chemicals dissolve polyurethane foam?
  • What chemicals do I have to mix to make 3molar HCL?
  • What class of solids conducts electricity?
  • What Cleans a Penny Better: Lime, Lemon, or Orange Juice?
  • What color does lime water (CaO) turn when you blow into it with a straw??
  • What color is lithium?
  • What color is the nitric acid?
  • What color looks best on a bright/dark blue board (science fair)?
  • What color would blood carrying hydrogen instead of oxygen be?
  • What colour does the solution turn in the Biuret's test if the protein is present?
  • What colour is CuCl2 and (Ba)2SO4?
  • What common household product is a solution of acetic acid?
  • What compound is a reactant in all combustion reactions?
  • What compound is potassium B-chloropropionate??
  • What consist of a fuel cell?how can one make a fuel cell?
  • What could cause this reaction's equilibrium to shift to the left: 2SO2(g) + O2(g) 2SO3(g) (螖H= -198 kJ/mol)
  • What could happen if potatoes are left to boil on a gas range for too long? an explosion?
  • What could have possibly caused this reaction?
  • What could you ro to change a saturated solution to an unsaturated solution?
  • What courses should i take for chemistry when im in poly?
  • What defines a strong nucleophile? I'm working on substitution/elim problems and I don't know!!?
  • What deodorants use the chemical propylene glycol?
  • What determines how an atom will interact with another atom?
  • What determines which way the equilibrium of a reaction will shift due to a change in temperature?
  • What Did We Make?
  • What direction will adding Fe3+ drive this reactions equilibrium FeCl3(aq)+3KSCN(aq) <-> Fe(SCN)3(s)+3KCl(aq)
  • What do lemon juice and vinegar make when combined?
  • What do the alkali metals all have in common?
  • What do the transition metal family and the halogen family from when they react?
  • What do they mean by 'activated' aromatic ring?
  • What do think ?
  • What do you call a substance just under the boiling point? is it "subboil?"?
  • What do you call the chemical used to put the frog in to unconsciousness before dissecting it?
  • What do you call the linkages that binds one monosaccharides unit to another?
  • What do you get for a Nobel Prize?
  • What do you get out of this reaction?
  • What do you get when you mix NaHCO3 with H2O?
  • What do you know about thallium (Tl) and Graham Young?
  • What do you learn in general chem II?
  • What do you mean by plumbo solvacy?
  • What do you need to know about the bases when differentiating between E1 and E2 reactions ?
  • What do you think about motion of pen ink on a water surface?
  • What do you think of chemistry?
  • What do you use DMSO for?
  • What doe scandium smell like?
  • What does a calcium carbonate molecule look like?
  • What does a chemical reaction have to do with making and breaking chemical bonds.?
  • What does a metal's position in an activity series tell us about the chemical properties of that metal?
  • What does a subscript stand for like in H2O the 2 being the subscript?
  • What does BI3 and CI2O7 stand for?!?
  • What does Calcium Carbonate and Sulfuric Acid make please write down the chemical equation TY?
  • What does electrophoresis allow you to do?
  • What does Fe (iron) + sulpher + oxidizer (sutch as pyrodex) + confined and sealed area equals to...?
  • What does graphite react with?
  • What does high spin and low spin mean in inorganic chemistry?
  • What does inert mean?
  • What does it mean for an oil to be hydrogenated?
  • What does it mean to say that a chemical equation is reversible?
  • What does it mean when a sample has a higher melting point range than its literature value?
  • What does it mean when it says,?
  • What does it mean when the pH only changes slightly when titration is performed?
  • What does it mean when you are asked how many grams of each product can be produced?
  • What does it signify to have a constant slope on a P-V diagram?
  • What does K mean for the equilibrium expression?
  • What does metallurgically bonded mean?
  • What does mRNA do?
  • What does NH4NO2 yeild when heated?
  • What does oB茅 in NaOH mean?
  • What does palladium bond with to form a compound? and what is it used for?
  • What does paraffinic combustible mean?
  • What does pH have to do with hydrogen ions?
  • What does phenomenon of paramagnetism mean?
  • What does PRODUCTION RUN and are PURE, UNDILUTED, and ORGANIC.mean?
  • What does R in the formula R-CH2Cl represent?
  • What does salt and sugar have in common chemically?
  • What does salt and sugar have in common?
  • What does Sg stands for in chemistry?
  • What does sodium mean?
  • What does the dessicant "silica gel" do and what can it be used for?
  • What does the e (2.7...) symbol thingy represent and what does it mean?
  • What does the infrared (IR) spectra for D-Limonene look like?
  • What does the Molar Heat of Solvation and Molar Heat of Solution mean?
  • What does the oil that is in the oil spills contian?
  • What does the reaction of acetic acid + formic acid yield?
  • What does the subscript "n" mean?
  • What does the term "like dissolve like" refer to in chemistry?
  • What does the term homopolymer mean and what does copolymer mean?
  • What does the word 'activation energy' means?
  • What does the x and n mean on a polymer?
  • What does this mean? Solubility in Water: 3.6 g/100 ML at 20掳C?
  • What does this suppose to tell us?
  • What does thise question mean , can you please what does he want ?


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