Chemistry Questions and Answers

  • What are the energy transformations that occur when water is heated using electrical energy?
  • What are the factors which cause damage in polyethylene which use in coating?
  • What are the family (also known as group or column) names for the following.?
  • What are the forms of intensity?
  • What are the formulas for Rubidium Phosphate & Francium Phosphate?
  • What are the four polymers?
  • What are the Gibbs free energy of formation for copper oxide, Titanium oxide?
  • What are the health hazards caused by polymers???
  • What are the hydronium ion concentrations of solutions whose pH’s are:?
  • What are the indications of effective distillation?
  • What are the industrial uses for that chemical substance that was spilled in Ukraine?
  • What are the isotopes?, you must give me a clear answer, good luck!?
  • What are the laboratory apparatuses and uses?
  • What are the laboratory tools and its uses.?
  • What are the limitations of Infra red Spectroscopy?
  • What are the limitations of sublimation?
  • What are the limitations of sublimation?
  • What are the main differences between van der walls forces and intermolecular forces?
  • What are the max numberof APT molecules that may be produced from a molecule of glucose by aerobicresperation?
  • What are the methods of determining the melting point of a compound?
  • What are the methods pf seperating compnents of mixture?
  • What are the molecular formulas of benzene and acetylene?
  • What are the molecular structures of paraffin oil and fluorolube?? (INTERNET SOURCES ONLY!)?
  • What are the most unbelievable chemical capabilities of the elements, like alcohol, antimony, tungsten, etc.?
  • What are the most unbelievable chemical reactions of the elements, like alcohol, antimony, tungsten, etc. ??
  • What are the names of the following compounds?
  • What are the new advancements in the field of organic chemistry?
  • What are the parts of a bunsen burner and what are their functions?
  • What are the parts of a bunsen burner? give the functions.?
  • What are the parts of a Tirril Burner?
  • What are the parts of the bunsen burner and give some functions?
  • What are the parts of the triple beam balance and its uses?
  • What are the parts of the triple beam balance and the uses of its parts?
  • What are the parts of<br /> the bunsen burner?
  • What are the physical properties of viscose chiffon?
  • What are the processes in separating mixtures?
  • What are the products of Nickel Chloride and Ammonia?
  • What are the products of the enzymatic degradation of hydrogen peroxide by catalase?
  • What are the products of these reactions?
  • What are the products when solid Calcium Chlorate is heated strongly?
  • What are the properties of organic compounds?
  • What are the properties of a liquid?
  • What are the similarities between acids and bases?
  • What are the spectator ion(s) and the ion expected to hydrolyze for the following...?
  • What are the steps involved in recrystallization?
  • What are the structural formula and names of constitutional isomers with formula C4H9Cl?
  • What are the substances (except salt) that affects freezing?
  • What are the two most common anions present in antacids?
  • What are the types of intermolecular forces present in solutions formed due to solvent-solute interaction.?
  • What are the types of liquid?
  • What are the types of membranes used in fuel cell?
  • What are the unique properties of matter?
  • What are the uses of effervescent granulated salt?
  • What are the uses of latent heat ?
  • What are the uses of phosphoric acid, copper sulphate and sulpheric acid?
  • What are the uses of the expansion of gases,liquids and solids.?
  • What are the various uses of Alka Seltzer?
  • What are the...?
  • What are these 2 chemicals in hazardous form when mixed together became a fire extinguisher?
  • What Are three key elements that are required in assembling the protein chain?
  • What are three uses of sulfuric acid in industry?
  • What are to clear liquids that when mixed give a bright color of anykind?
  • What are underwaer for?
  • What are your red blood cells for?
  • What baygon's contains??
  • What bonds are formed between polar and nonpolar molecules? ionic and nonpolar molecules?
  • What brand or readily available product contains the most highest concentration of Ammonia ?
  • What can be inferred about the chemical nature of of Nutrasweet/aspartame?
  • What can be observed if a piece of burning sodium is put into a gas jar containing dry bromine?
  • What can be oxidized easily by KMnO4- primary, secondary, tertiary or aromatic amines?
  • What can be used as a preservative?
  • What can i do with a huge canister of nitrous oxide?
  • What can we abserve from the reaction?what can we conclude from the experiment?
  • What career can I have with Chemistry (and Biology,perhaps)? I'm going to univ next year and I'm in a quandary
  • What cause the weight of sample in volatile suspended solid icreased after burned to 550C?
  • What causes acetylide and amine oxides to exhibit explosive characteristics in a lab setting?
  • What causes pudding to bubble under heat?
  • What causes the water to be acidic..or have a high or low BOD ( biological Oxygen demand) ?.plz i need help
  • What change was observed after mixing 10ml potassium chromate(K2CrO4) & 2ml lead nitrate Pb(NO3)2?equation pls
  • What changes would be seen on an INFRARED SPECTRA when ethanol is oxidised to ethanal?
  • What characteristics make potasssium hydrogen phthalate (KHP) a good primary standard?
  • What characteristics of picric acid make it explosive?
  • What chemical can kill a cat?
  • What chemical in a deodorizer eliminates odor?
  • What chemical is it that combust into flames when you apply watter to it?
  • What Chemical is this?
  • What chemical makes are hair color that hair color?
  • What chemical mix did life originally start from?
  • What chemical process is involved in thinking?
  • What chemical reaction takes place causing copper to turn green?
  • What chemical(s) are involved in a firefly to cause it to light up?
  • What chemical(s) do they use in diapers to mask odor?
  • What chemical/gas/etc causes feces to smell?
  • What chemicals make cigarettes smell the way they do?
  • What color does brass turn when it tarnishes?
  • What color does hydrogen sulphide burn, if it does?
  • What color is Copper II oxide?
  • What colour is damp litmus paper?
  • What compound is usually identified by the use of iodine?
  • What compounds, other than silver nitrate, can be broken down by chemical means involving light energy?
  • What conclusions can be drawn about the reactivities of the elemental halogens?
  • What cool stuf can you make at home?
  • What degree is considered room tempurature?
  • What degrees?
  • What describes organic molecules which rotate plane- polarized light.?
  • What determines the varying water solubilty of non-organic, ionic compounds? Why are some totally insoluble?
  • What difficulty maybe found in using the flame test?
  • What distinguishes an acidic solution from a basic solution?
  • What do i do to get the sodium acetate out of the vinagar and bakeing soda mix?
  • What do the chemical formulas Cl2, 02, and H2 mean?
  • What do the elements of wood, earth, fire, metal, and water have to do with personality?
  • What do you call things with density?
  • What do you call this in chemistry `-N=` ?
  • What do you know about cesium?
  • What do you know about indium?
  • What do you mean by enrichment of ores ?
  • What do you mean by FIXANOL?
  • What do you mean by polarity of components?
  • What do you mean by salting-out effect??
  • What do you observe in transferring liquid reagents, heating liquids and separating of solid from a liquid?
  • What do you think about use thiourea dioxide to make reductions of indigo?
  • What do you think will happen when you push the plunger of spring a in?
  • What doe sthe ch3 means in CH3COOH and what are the C, O, O, and H?.?
  • What does 3.01 times 10^23 molecules of hydrogen equal?
  • What does 3.01 times 10^23 molecules of hydrogen weigh?
  • What does a scientist/biochemist do each day?
  • What does alcohol and mercury contain that makes a thermometer work?
  • What does an enzyme do?
  • What does banana have that it can be used as charcoal?
  • What does Bio Chemist do?
  • What does cAMP mean in chemistry?
  • What does Carbohydrate mean?
  • What does dishwasher detergent do to oil/fat?
  • What does enzyme do?
  • What does Ethanol and Nitric Acid mixed together create?
  • What does iodine staining in TLC signify?
  • What does it mean if negative value of suspended solid is obtained ?
  • What does it mean to "follow the course of a reaction"?
  • What does it mean when a metal is 'hard'?
  • What does it mean when a vinegar solution is 6% by volume?
  • What does it mean when LPG's size of molecules is up to 4 carbon atoms?
  • What does it mean when someone is metal?
  • What does it mean?
  • What does K0202 meen?
  • What does Ksp stand for?
  • What does Organic Compounds have to do with temperature changes?
  • What does salt do?
  • What does small bubbles in a refrigerant system mean?
  • What does the "a" constant in the van der waals equation represent?
  • What does the bonding between Cl and Mg form?
  • What does the cobalt blue glass do?
  • What does the period of elements on a periodic tabl show you in terms of electronic stucture?
  • What does the term "molecular number, Mn" for a polymer mean? How does it differ from "molecular weight"?
  • What does this formula of hydroxylapatite mean??
  • What does this mean?
  • What does this quote by Eienstein mean?
  • What does this scientific notation equation equal??
  • What element comprises most of the earth's atmosphere?
  • What element does our brain need to survive on?
  • What element has 3 protons, 4 neutrons and 4 electrons?
  • What element is not in carbohydrate molecules but in all amino acid molecules?
  • What elements and how much if these elements make up an average adult human body?
  • What elements are alloyed with osmium?
  • What equation will you get with this?
  • What evidence collected starting in the 1950's disproved the Davson and Danielli model?
  • What exactlly happened at Chernobyl?
  • What exactly is curroy "odr" scientifically? Is it like a tiny curry peice, or what? or just a particle?
  • What experimental procedure could you use to confirm that aqueous sulfuric acid consists of ions, not uncharge
  • What factors affect Markovnikov selection in hydroamination catalysis with metallacycle intermediates?
  • What factors influence antimicrobial activity?
  • What freezes faster?
  • What gadget is used to see a product's acidity?
  • What gas evolves from benzocaine with addition of sodium carbonate?
  • What gas is emitted when burning aluminum?
  • What gas is produced? ...?
  • What gas or gasses will conduct electricity resistanceless ? Thanks for your time- Buc Buc?
  • What gas was produced by the reaction of an acid and a METAL?
  • What group of every-day foods have L-peptid amino acids in them and which of them have the most?
  • What happends if you drink scope?
  • What happens if an electrochemical cell has electrodes with a different number of valence electrons?
  • What happens if glass is treated with acid?
  • What happens if too much phenolphthalein is added to a solution in a titration?
  • What happens if you combine Diesel and Battery Acid?
  • What happens to a pregnant hamster when you feed it with horseradish?
  • What happens to all the rubber worn away from car tyres?
  • What happens to an alka-seltzer tablet when placed in a 30-ml water?
  • What happens to carbon dioxide after you breathe it out?
  • What happens to powdered sulfur when heated?
  • What happens to the energy that is released when our bodies break down food molecules?
  • What happens to the equation when you add more intermediate to it? Makes it speed up? Slower? Does nothing?
  • What happens to the mass number of a radioactive isotope during alpha emission?
  • What happens to the mass number of an radioactive isotope during alpha emission?
  • What happens to the volume as the mass increases and vice versa??
  • What happens when a candle burns?
  • What happens when amines undergo oxidation by potassium permanganate?
  • What happens when an abundant amount of concentrated HCl is added to a 0.5 M KCl solution?
  • What happens when MnSO4 is added to the system of H2SO4 and KMn4? and What's the function of MnSO4?
  • What happens when NaF is added to HF?


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