Results for: Reflux

In Acids and Bases

What can you do for acid reflux?

Well, acid reflux can be described as a painful problem in thechest and stomach. The habit of having large meals or the excessiveconsumption of alcohol and even coffee may be (MORE)
In Chemistry

What is refluxing?

Answer . Refluxing is continually boiling a solvent without evaporation. This is done by using a "reflux condenser" which is a open-ended glass tube with cold water runni (MORE)
In Science

What is reflux?

Reflux is a technique involving the condensation of vapors and the return of this condensate to the system from which it originated. It is used in industrial and laboratory di (MORE)
In Health

What is uretal reflux?

Uretal or vesicoureteral reflux is when the urine moves backwardfrom the bladder into the ureters or kidneys. Usually, people areborn this way.
In Chemistry

What is the purpose of reflux?

Allows prolonged heating (which increases the rate of reaction) without loss of volatile products and reactants
In Acids and Bases

How do you get acid reflux?

How do you get Acid Reflux (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease or GERD) Acid reflux occurs when the lower esophageal sphincter (muscular valve) doesn't properly close allowing (MORE)
In Beer and Brewing

What is a reflux column?

Usually used for making a still, a reflux column distributes fluid or gasses to a variety of different locations.
In Organic Chemistry

What is the purpose of refluxing?

Refluxing helps speed up chemical reactions without having it evaporate or explode. By cooling the vapors before it escape the system, the apparatus is able to not only mainta (MORE)
In Acid Reflux

What is vesicoureteral reflux?

Vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) refers to a condition in which urine flows from the bladder, back up the ureter, and back into the kidneys.
In Acids and Bases

What can you do about acid reflux?

Well first of all you DO NOT want it. You can be born with it or get it by over stuffing your self. I am a sufferer. I take 2 tums before i eat and 2 after i eat. Sometimes th (MORE)