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- Graham's Law helps us to determine the molecular weight of an unknown gas by knowing the molecular weight of an known gas and finding experimentally their rates of effusion. Anyway it is an old method of finding the molar weight of gases.
- In the preparation of bombs inseparable uranium isotopes are separated by using graham's law i.e., by sending the mixture of the uranium isotopes into a long tube the isotope with high molar weight reaches the end of the tube first and is collected. it is a lengthy process.
- In industries the detection of methane gas is done by using an apparatus called the ainsin apparatus which has its origin from graham's law
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A couple of examples are the internal combustion engine. For example, a four stroke engine like your car operates on the principle of taking a volume of gas/air m…ixture, compressing it, igniting it, and pushing the exhaust out. The movement of the pistons moves the drive shaft..... Also, weather balloons are launched daily from weather stations across the country. The balloon begins at the earth at a certain P, T, and V and upon its accent all three of these variables change in response to the surroundings. Cloud formation, refrigerators and air conditioners are more examples.
While driving in a car, you will continue this motion, until a force prevents (brakes). This is an easy to visualize example of the first law of motion.
This is useful knowledge while cooking especially
helium balloon left in sun will expand. sun makes balloon hotter and density will rise balloon
its used for rising of bread & for flowing hot air balloon
While catching a fast moving crickrt ball a fielder in the ground gradually pulls his hands backwards with the moving ball. In a high jump atheletic event the athlets are made… to fall either on a cushioned bed or on a sand bed.this is to increase the time of the athlets fall to stop after making the jump.
These would show how gases work in the real world. For example, how would they react if the temperature when up or down or the pressure around them changes.
It's a general reasoning technique. If you can see that x is congruent to y then what goes for y also goes for x. Congruent just means is the same for the properties we are co…nsidering at the moment.
I own a pickup truck. It is rated as a half ton truck for cargo. If oak firewood has a density of 50 lbs per cubic foot, what volume of firewood can I carry in my truck? Can I… just pile it on to the top of the rails, or will I overload the truck? Gravel has a density of 140 lbs per cubic foot. I need to fill in a drive way that is 120 feet long by 16 feet wide to a depth of 3 inches. How many cubic feet can I safely haul in my pickup? How many trips do I have to make to get all the gravel for the project?
When you sweat, your sweat evaporates and cools you down. When you hang clothes out to dry, you spread them out as much as you can, so that the water in them evaporates quickl…y. When you just had a shower, you open the window, so that the bathroom dries fast. When you boil water, part of it evaporates, so you end up with less water than you started out with.
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yes of course . we do use algebra in daily life even every1 uses it in finances, engineering, and many scientific fields,BUSINESS .Chemistry,construction,consumer
in our blood we have a buffer system H2O(l) + CO2(g) H2CO3(aq) H2CO3(aq) HCO3-(aq) + H+(aq) when a child playing is out in the field and suddenly hyperventilates, he/s…he is expelling more CO2(g) than he/she normally would. This would then decrease normal CO2(g) levels in the blood. Following Le Chatelier's principle the above reaction (2nd one) would then tend to shift to the left due to decrease in CO2(g) ==> which means the body would have to compensate by producing more H+(aq) ions. This then affects our body's pH...... our pH is becoming acidic and when not corrected.... would lead to acidosis.... which is fatal remedy: to replenish CO2(g) one has to encourage the child to inhale and exhale in a paper bag covering his/her nose and mouth. What you are actually doing is increasing the CO2(g) intake so that the equilibrium now would balance out by shifting the system to its normal forward reaction. Life and Death situation of pH in daily life (",)
They are used when breathing (lungs), in spring beds, diving boards, cars (suspension), rubber bands, plastics, and your skin. Although these are a few, there are many more ap…plications in which we use Hooke's law.