External link to PLEASE HELP!!! Ariana and Alissa performed the synthesis of Ag2SO4. They measured a known mass of AgNO3, dissolved the salt in water and added this solution to an excess of aqueous K2SO4. They filte

PLEASE HELP!!! Ariana and Alissa performed the synthesis of Ag2SO4. They measured a known mass of AgNO3, dissolved the salt in water and added this solution to an excess of aqueous K2SO4. They filte

PLEASE HELP!!!Ariana and Alissa performed the synthesis of Ag2SO4. They measured a known mass of AgNO3, dissolved the salt in water and added this solution to an excess of aqueous K2SO4. They filtered the precipitate of silver sulfate, rinsed it with distilled water, and let it dry overnight. Next day, the mass of silver sulfate was measured. The collected results are shown in the Data […]

External link to H2 (g) + I2 (g) _ 2HI (g) At 400. K for the reaction above, Kp = 62.5. (a) If 0.40 mol of HI are introduced into a 1.0 L flask and heated to 400. K, calculate the pressure of HI (g) before any rea

H2 (g) + I2 (g) _ 2HI (g) At 400. K for the reaction above, Kp = 62.5. (a) If 0.40 mol of HI are introduced into a 1.0 L flask and heated to 400. K, calculate the pressure of HI (g) before any rea

H2 (g) + I2 (g) _ 2HI (g)At 400. K for the reaction above, Kp = 62.5.(a) If 0.40 mol of HI are introduced into a 1.0 L flask and heated to 400. K, calculate the pressure of HI (g) before any reaction occurs. (4 pts)(b) Calculate the pressure of each species when equilibrium is established in (a). (6 pts)(c) H2 (g), I2 (g), and […]

External link to How many moles of sodium chloride could be produced? How many grams of sodium chloride could be produced? How many grams of sodium chloride were produced? What is the percent yield of sodium chloride?

How many moles of sodium chloride could be produced? How many grams of sodium chloride could be produced? How many grams of sodium chloride were produced? What is the percent yield of sodium chloride?

How many moles of sodium chloride could be produced?How many grams of sodium chloride could be produced?How many grams of sodium chloride were produced?What is the percent yield of sodium chloride?Background:In a balanced chemical equation, the total number of atoms of each element must be the same on each side of the equation to satisfy the law of conservation of mass.The mole relationship given by […]

External link to H2 (g) + I2 (g) _ 2HI (g) At 400. K for the reaction above, Kp = 62.5. (a) If 0.40 mol of HI are introduced into a 1.0 L flask and heated to 400. K, calculate the pressure of HI (g) before any rea

H2 (g) + I2 (g) _ 2HI (g) At 400. K for the reaction above, Kp = 62.5. (a) If 0.40 mol of HI are introduced into a 1.0 L flask and heated to 400. K, calculate the pressure of HI (g) before any rea

H2 (g) + I2 (g) _ 2HI (g)At 400. K for the reaction above, Kp = 62.5.(a) If 0.40 mol of HI are introduced into a 1.0 L flask and heated to 400. K, calculate the pressure of HI (g) before any reaction occurs. (4 pts)(b) Calculate the pressure of each species when equilibrium is established in (a). (6 pts)(c) H2 (g), I2 (g), and […]

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What is the formula pentaiodine trinitride? what is the formula titanium chloride? what is the formula Beryllium Fluoride? what is the formula sulfur tribomide? what is the formula lithium nitrate? wh

What is the formula pentaiodine trinitride?what is the formula titanium chloride?what is the formula Beryllium Fluoride?what is the formula sulfur tribomide?what is the formula lithium nitrate?what is the formula sodium carbonate?

External link to Edit question 11. Consider solution of carbon disulphide with dimethoxymethane at 35.2 C. Vapor pressure (in torr) for carbon disulphide, referred to as component 1, is given as P1=514.5_x1 (1.4967×2

Edit question 11. Consider solution of carbon disulphide with dimethoxymethane at 35.2 C. Vapor pressure (in torr) for carbon disulphide, referred to as component 1, is given as P1=514.5_x1 (1.4967×2

PLEASE REFER TO THE ATTACHED SCREENSHOT FOR THE ACTUAL QUESTION.11. Consider solution of carbon disulphide with dimethoxymethane at 35.2 C. Vapor pressure (in torr) for carbon disulphide, referred to as component 1, is given asP1=514.5_x1 (1.4967×2^2_0.68175×2^3). For pure dimethoxymethane, referred to as component 2, P2 =587.7 torr.a) Determine partial pressure of dimethoxymethane, P2(in torr) above the solution for x2=0.25.b) For solution of carbon disulphide with […]

External link to You are required to treat the plant tissue culture with N-(2-Chloro-4-pyridyl)-N’-phenylurea (4-CPPU) at 1g/L. Prepare a 1000X stock solution for 4-CPPU. List down the detailed steps and reagents nee

You are required to treat the plant tissue culture with N-(2-Chloro-4-pyridyl)-N’-phenylurea (4-CPPU) at 1g/L. Prepare a 1000X stock solution for 4-CPPU. List down the detailed steps and reagents nee

You are required to treat the plant tissue culture with N-(2-Chloro-4-pyridyl)-N’-phenylurea (4-CPPU) at 1g/L. Prepare a 1000X stock solution for 4-CPPU. List down the detailed steps and reagents needed for the preparation of 4-CPPU 1000X stock solution.

External link to . Given the following heats of formation. Calculate the heat of combustion of each compound in kJ mole-1. The product in each case will be CO2(g) and H2O(l). (a) ethane, C2H6(g), -107 kJ mole-1 (b)

. Given the following heats of formation. Calculate the heat of combustion of each compound in kJ mole-1. The product in each case will be CO2(g) and H2O(l). (a) ethane, C2H6(g), -107 kJ mole-1 (b)

. Given the following heats of formation. Calculate the heat of combustion of each compound in kJ mole-1. The product in each case will be CO2(g) and H2O(l).(a) ethane, C2H6(g), -107 kJ mole-1(b) acetylene, C2H2(g), +227 kJ mole-1(c) benzoic acid, C7H6O2(s), -390 kJ mole-1

External link to A gas mixture consisting of hydrogen and carbon dioxide has a volume of 137.373 cm at 1.438 C and 0.924 atm. The mixture is cooled to – 200 C and the carbon dioxide solidifies. The hydrogen is rem

A gas mixture consisting of hydrogen and carbon dioxide has a volume of 137.373 cm at 1.438 C and 0.924 atm. The mixture is cooled to – 200 C and the carbon dioxide solidifies. The hydrogen is rem

A gas mixture consisting of hydrogen and carbon dioxide has a volume of 137.373 cm at 1.438 C and 0.924 atm. The mixture is cooled to – 200 C and the carbon dioxide solidifies. The hydrogen is removed from the vessel, and then the vessel is warmed to -5.007 C and 0.951 atm, and the volume of gas is 66.066 cm. Calculate the mole fraction […]

External link to The explosion of nitroglycerin, CHS (NO3)3 , is chemically speaking an instantaneous decomposition of a fairly complex compound into several gases, including nitrogen and water vapor. How many grams o

The explosion of nitroglycerin, CHS (NO3)3 , is chemically speaking an instantaneous decomposition of a fairly complex compound into several gases, including nitrogen and water vapor. How many grams o

The explosion of nitroglycerin, CHS (NO3)3 , is chemically speaking an instantaneous decomposition of a fairly complex compound into several gases, including nitrogen and water vapor. How many grams of nitrogen will result from the explosion of 2900 grams of nitroglycerine ? this equation is already balanced for you! The molar mass of nitro is 227 grams/1 mol4C3H5(NO3)—-12CO2+6N2+O2+10H2O

External link to The volume of a gas is 32.5 mL at 29oC and 0.994 atm. What will be the volume if the temperature decreases to 25oC and the pressure increases to 0.998 atm? A sample of neon gas has a volume of 275 m

The volume of a gas is 32.5 mL at 29oC and 0.994 atm. What will be the volume if the temperature decreases to 25oC and the pressure increases to 0.998 atm? A sample of neon gas has a volume of 275 m

The volume of a gas is 32.5 mL at 29 Celcius and 0.994 atm. What will be the volume if the temperature decreases to 25 Celsius and the pressure increases to 0.998 atm?A sample of neon gas has a volume of 275 mL when its pressure is 0.985 atm. If the temperatures remain constant, what will be the pressure of the gas when the volume […]

External link to (a) Of the three substances in the equation, lets choose O2 as the reference because its coefficient is 1. For every molecule of O2 that disappears, two molecules of H2 disappear. Thus, the rate of [

(a) Of the three substances in the equation, lets choose O2 as the reference because its coefficient is 1. For every molecule of O2 that disappears, two molecules of H2 disappear. Thus, the rate of [

(a) Of the three substances in the equation, lets choose O2 as the reference because its coefficient is 1. For every molecule of O2 that disappears, two molecules of H2 disappear. Thus, the rate of [O2] decrease is one-half the rate of [H2] decrease. By similar reasoning, the rate of [O2] decrease is one- half the rate of [H2O] increase.b) Because [O2] is decreasing, the […]

External link to A chemist wants to extract copper metal from copper chloride solution. The chemist places 1.50 grams of aluminum foil in a solution of 14 grams of copper (II) chloride. A single replacement reaction t

A chemist wants to extract copper metal from copper chloride solution. The chemist places 1.50 grams of aluminum foil in a solution of 14 grams of copper (II) chloride. A single replacement reaction t

A chemist wants to extract copper metal from copper chloride solution. The chemist places 1.50 grams of aluminum foil in a solution of 14 grams of copper (II) chloride. A single replacement reaction takes place. Whatbestexplains the state of the reaction mixture after the reaction?

External link to Chemistry 30 Calorimetry

Chemistry 30 Calorimetry

(1.7490×10^1) g of an unknown sample is reacted with excess reagents inside a simple calorimeter. The mass of thealuminum cup making the outside of the calorimeter is (9.9200×10^1) g. There is (1.01×10^2) g of water inside the calorimeter. If the temperature of the calorimeter goes from 20.0 degrees C to (2.6300×10^1) degrees C and the molar mass of the unknown is (2.580×10^1) g/mol, what is […]

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Youre hanging out at your friends house (with masks on obviously) and open the fridge to get a soda. Theres Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Sprite, and a few other soft drinks. But you have high-class tastes

Youre hanging out at your friends house (with masks on obviously) and open the fridge to get a soda. Theres Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Sprite, and a few other soft drinks. But you have high-class tastes and want something fancier. Ah yes, you spot a can of LaCroix sparkling water. Nothing screams bougie like carbonated water with a French name. Often these carbonated drinks come flavored, […]

External link to Chemistry 30 Calorimetry

Chemistry 30 Calorimetry

(1.7490×10^1) g of an unknown sample is reacted with excess reagents inside a simple calorimeter. The mass of thealuminum cup making the outside of the calorimeter is (9.9200×10^1) g. There is (1.01×10^2) g of water inside the calorimeter. If the temperature of the calorimeter goes from 20.0 degrees C to (2.6300×10^1) degrees C and the molar mass of the unknown is (2.580×10^1) g/mol, what is […]

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QUESTION 1 Define a genetic mutation.Analyze and describe the different types of genetic mutations and their effects. Then discuss, in detail, the role played by DNA and RNA in genetic diseases.Assess

QUESTION 1Define a genetic mutation.Analyze and describe the different types of genetic mutations and their effects. Then discuss, in detail, the role played by DNA and RNA in genetic diseases.Assess and describe the breakthroughs, if any, in the treatment and management of genetic diseases.QUESTION 2Explain the relation between muscles, ATP energy, and the calcium ion.please use in text citations and reference page

External link to When the epoxide 2_vinyloxirane reacts with lithium dibutylcuprate, followed by protonolysis, compound A is the major product formed. Oxidation of A with PCC yields B, a compound that gives a positive Tollens test and has an intense UV absorption around 2

When the epoxide 2_vinyloxirane reacts with lithium dibutylcuprate, followed by protonolysis, compound A is the major product formed. Oxidation of A with PCC yields B, a compound that gives a positive Tollens test and has an intense UV absorption around 2

When the epoxide 2_vinyloxirane reacts with lithium dibutylcuprate, followed by protonolysis, compound A is the major product formed. Oxidation of A with PCC yields B, a compound that gives a positive Tollens test and has an intense UV absorption around 215 nm. Treatment of B with Ag2O,Ag2O, followed by catalytic hydrogenation, gives octanoic acid. Identify A and B.

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Grignard reagentNormal 0 false false false EN-IE X-NONE AR-SA /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:”Table Normal”; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-parent:””; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin-top:0cm; mso-para-margin-right:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:8.0pt; mso-para-margin-left:0cm; line-height:107%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:”Calibri”,sans-serif; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:Arial; mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi; mso-ansi-language:EN-IE; mso-fareast-language:EN-US;}Preparation of Grignard Reagent:-add 3.5 g magnesium to 250ml round-bottomed flask and fit the flask with a water reflux condenser and procure a (CaCl) drying […]

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