Chemistry Questions and Answers

  • What biological material may be analyzed to identify a suspect?
  • What bond does NH4 form with Cl to make ammonium chloride salt?
  • What Can Carbon Dioxide be used for?
  • What can destroy salt?
  • What can gas pressure be defined as?
  • What can i do for fun with a jar of hydrogen?
  • What can I do if my liquid-in-glass thermometer liquid separated?
  • What can I do to increase my carbon footprint dramatically?
  • What can I do to increase my CO2 foot print?
  • What can I expect in taking CHM 119?
  • What can I substitute for lye (sodium hydroxide) when making soap?
  • What can i use to best clean oxidised lead sheet?
  • What can I use to make an all natural sunscreen without the use of heavy metals but provides SPF of 15 or so?
  • What can I use to make an all natural sunscreen without the use of heavy metals but provides SPF of 15 or so?
  • What can I use to make an all natural sunscreen without the use of heavy metals but provides SPF of 15 or so?
  • What can make a hole on limestone, glacial acetic acid or vinegar?
  • What can make metal explode?
  • What can polymer industry do in life?
  • What can silver fulminate be used for?
  • What can sometimes happen when you raise the temperature of a solution?
  • What can we do with the nectar of santan flower?
  • What can we learn from postmortem samples taken of aortic blood, urine and vitreous humour and how?
  • What can you do with a bachelor's of science in chemistry?
  • What causes a fire to start when water is added to sodium peroxide?
  • What causes a gas to exert pressure?
  • What causes gas pressure in a container such as a helium balloon?
  • What causes sediments to turn into rocks?
  • What causes the cloudiness?? PLEASE HELP!?
  • What change would you expect to see if the products of burning are passed over anhydrous copper sulphate?
  • What change would you see if the products of burning are passed over anhydrous copper sulphate?
  • What changes the equilibrium constant in an equilibrium system, and why?
  • What chemical contributes to acid rain?
  • What chemical is rainbow flame crystals made of?
  • What chemical test can you do to distinguish between an alcohol and carboxylic acid?
  • What chemical will absorb atmospheric CO2 in a controlled experiment?
  • What chemicals are emitted by foul-smelling plants that attract the flies?
  • What chemicals are in ph strips?
  • What chemicals are produced duing carmelization?
  • What chemicals Make up The New Drug Ice?
  • What chemicaly defines an oil?
  • What chemistry course is a highschool course?
  • What class of compounds does starch belong to?
  • What color of light has the highest energy? Which has the highest frequency?
  • What color will KHCO3 burn??
  • What colors correspond with the different oxidation states/spin states of manganese?
  • What combinations (no coke and mentos) should i use to move an object?
  • What commercially product can be made from carboxylic acid?
  • What compound is formed when one or more hydrogen atoms in an alkane is replaced by a hydroxyl functional grou
  • What compounds does copper react to?
  • What concentration of ammonia is required to give the solution of pH 11.89 (Kb of NH3=1.80*10^-5)?
  • What corrections for a real gas does the Van der Waals equation make?
  • What could have been if the black body curves of sun and earth would have been at identical wave lenghts?
  • What course should I take if I want to be a perfume maker.?
  • What creates a balance of energy that leads to a hospitable climate on earth?
  • What degree does metal melt?
  • What density (g/L) does Ar have at 35C and 720mm Hg?
  • What determines Ph?
  • What did I make?
  • What did steno first observe about crystals?
  • What differences would be expected if an ionic compound such as sodium chloride were used instead of urea or?
  • What differences would be expected if an ionic compound such as sodium chloride were used instead of urea?
  • What differences would be observed between the reactions of Ca & HCl(aq) and Ca & Sulphuric Acid?
  • What differences, if any, are expected between the chemical reactions of chloride 35 & 37?
  • What distinguishes a bonding from an antibonding orbital?
  • What do catalysts do to speed up a reaction with an alkene??
  • What do Graphite and Diamonds have in common?
  • What do hydrogen, oxygen, carbon, and nitrogen have in common?
  • What do hydrogenases really do?
  • What do I get when I Mix aspirin with acetic acid?
  • What do it mean when they say (the leader's contributions to the movement)?
  • What do non polar liquids dissolve in. other non polar liquids? if not what do they dissovle in?
  • What do the little 2 and the little 4 mean in chemical structures?
  • What do the symmetry labels "gerade" and "ungerade" mean?
  • What do these terms mean: compounds,hydrogen and ionic?
  • What do you call if liquid turns to gas (steam)?
  • What do you called the subscript after an element??
  • What do you do to change a saturated solution into a unsaturated solution?
  • What do you get when you react ammonia with perchloric acid?
  • What do you get when you react hypochlorous acid with potassium cyanide?
  • What do you mean by glass transition temperature of polymers ?
  • What do you predict will be formed when a fuel is burned?
  • What do you put pennies in to make them shinier?
  • What do you think about cold-fusion? Cold fusion being suppressed?
  • What do you think about electricity?
  • What do you think of this?
  • What do you think will happen if I draw air into a syringe, seal the tip by placing the cap on the end,...?
  • What does "R" equal to at STP in the equation pV=nRT?
  • What does 0.1% catechol solution mean?
  • What does 80mg of terramycin powder form equal to in ml or tsp?
  • What does a 0.2%(m/v) solution imply? (ie. what is the unit conversion for it?)?
  • What does a bunsen burner do to prevent the flame from being sucked into the gas line?
  • What does a distillation setup look like?
  • What does a formulation scientist do?
  • What does a full thickness burn to 20% of the body mean?
  • What does a green gas flame mean?
  • What does a metal look like as a gas? What does a noble gas look like as a solid?
  • What does a reaction between concentrated H2SO4 and a solution of NaCo(NO2)6 and NH4cl produce?
  • What does a universal indicator tell you the LITMUS doesnt?
  • What does Acetic Acid do?
  • What does activated carbon mean ??
  • What does AL (aluminum) & Sn (tin) give me?
  • What does ammonia solution + copper sulphate = to??
  • What does an acidic solution tell us about the hydrogen ion concentration?
  • What does an up arrow mean in a chemical formula?
  • What does beta-minus emission mean?
  • What does C6H12O6 + CuSO4 yield?
  • What does calsium and chlorine make together?
  • What does caustic used for??
  • What does condensation have to do with sweating?
  • What does delta G stand for?
  • What does density have to do with solubility?
  • What does electronegativity measure ?
  • What does ethylene glycol do at 196C?
  • What does hydrondium ion and heat do to a reaction? (organic chem question)?
  • What does illuminate means?
  • What does it mean to "pickle" steel?
  • What does it mean when ...?
  • What does it mean when someone says a reaction is first order?
  • What does it mean when we say an atom has "decayed"?
  • What does KNO3 and C6H12O6 yield?
  • What does making rock candy have to do with chemistry and microbiology?
  • What does MSDS stand for in safety matters?
  • What does MTBE dissolve in?
  • What does neutralizing an acidified solution (hydrochloric acid) with sodium carbonate do?
  • What does nR represent?
  • What does o-toluic acid smell like?
  • What does Plutonium Look, Feel, and Sound Like?
  • What does potassium chloride taste like?
  • What does potential energy have to do with phase changes? I know as temperature increases kinetic increases?
  • What does protanated mean?
  • What does pV = n RT this mean?
  • What does sodium D line, 589 nm mean?
  • What does Sulphur Dioxide + water =?
  • What does the 0 mean in 0W30 oil?
  • What does the alcohol have that makes it great for cleaning?
  • What does the compound O3 stand for?
  • What does the 'hexadydrate' in a chemical name actually mean? Does it already contain water?
  • What does the number of an element tell you?
  • What Does the pH Measurement tell you about teh Strengtrh of .10 M HCl compared to a .10 M acetic acidsolution
  • What does the three regions on the fractional distillation graph mean?
  • What does this equation mean? its 2 equations with a dot in between?
  • What does this mean (pH question)?
  • What does this mean?
  • What does this mean?? Help me plz..?
  • What does this symbol 鈭咷 stand for? Its chemistry?
  • What does translation mean, in a scientific chemistry kind of way?
  • What does water provide for you?
  • What does wrought iron look like?
  • What does 螖[A] mean if A is the reactant in a chemical reaction??
  • What dose Volatile mean?
  • What effect would you get mixing sulphuric acid and cresote?
  • What electrolyte should be used for electrodeposition of Iron from iron(III) chloride?
  • What element can be best alloyed with titanium? What will ______ and titanium create? Please help.?
  • What element can i used to my science project??
  • What element does 95 AM-241 Decay into, and is it radioactive?
  • What element does organic tissue contain?
  • What element in group 16 is the least reactive, why?
  • What element is located in the metallic area of the periodic table, but has mainly non-metallic properties?
  • What Element Is This? plus a few other questions...?
  • What elements are found in carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids?
  • What Elements are found in Iron Ore (Hematite)?
  • What elements are present in the planets atmosphere?
  • What elements are used to make amino acids (the components of proteins)?
  • What elements is ethylene made up of?
  • What elements make up adrenaline?
  • What energy conversions occurs during heating?
  • What epeiments prove that air is matter and which experiments prove that air exerts pressure? why?
  • What evidence might lead you to believe that a chemical reaction was NOT at equilibrium?
  • What exactly does an alpha particle due to cells and atoms?
  • What exactly does contolled substance charges in the 7th degree involve?
  • What exactly is a "salt"?
  • What exactly is an equilibrium position?
  • What exactly is MDMA?
  • What exactly is the Enthalpy of a phase change?
  • What experiment in the field of forensics toxicology could be done with household products.?
  • What factor in addition to sex contribote to observed differences in clench strength?
  • What feature of poly(ethene) molecules make van der waals forces so significant?
  • What features about the structure of Alanine (C3H7NO2) account for its crystallinity and solubility in water?
  • What fluids can you refill Neon lighters with besides butane?
  • What for we use mercury?
  • What forces act on a baseball, after a pitcher throws the ball but before it hits the ground?
  • What forms when Magnesium (Mg) corrodes? is it MgO?
  • What formula do I use (Gas laws)?
  • What formula do I use to slove this problem (gas laws)?
  • What formula would you predict magnesium oxide, based on the elements' positions on the periodic table?
  • What gas is formed when baking soda and vinegar mix?
  • What gas keeps its temperature most?
  • What gets coated on the surface of magnesium when left exposed to air?
  • What gives the apple it's color?
  • What good it makes to study crystalography for interpreting a metallographic section of a metal?
  • What happen to the iron(III) sulphate when it is added to chlorine?
  • What happen when CO2+H2O? i mean the equation.?
  • What happened when BaCl2 solution and K2Cr4 solution were mixed?
  • What happens 2 diamond when it is heated 2 high temperature?
  • What happens chemically and physiolggically?
  • What happens chemically if you had left the sugar on the heat until it began to turn black?
  • What happens if a pair of colliding molecules possesses less energy that Ea?
  • What happens if i put butane fuel into a zippo lighter?
  • What happens if the expanded equations has 3 ions of one substance like 3NO3 on the reactant side and 1NO3 on?
  • What happens if there is too much waste?


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