Results for: Soluble-glass

When diagnosed with 3c 4c 5c 6c bulging discs with severe head pain and pain in your neck radiating into shoulders left arm and tingling in your fingers what all can be done is there a pinched nerve?

If the disks are herniated (bulging is another term) the specific nerves causing your problems ARE being pinched/compressed by the disks - that's what happens when you herni (MORE)
In Science

What is meant by solubility?

Solubility is the ability of a substance (solute) to make a solution with another substance (solvent). The solvent is usually a liquid, and the solute can be a solid, liquid, (MORE)
In Eyes

What are glasses?

Glasses have a glass lense surrounded by a frame. For some people, things are fuzzy and they either get glasses or contact lenses. If people can not read something that is far (MORE)

Helpful Swimming Tips for Dogs

Swimming, for dogs, is a natural ability, and most dogs are ready to jump right in the pool with the rest of the family and dog paddle around the pool easily. Some dogs may ha (MORE)

Is caco3 soluble?

Calcium carbonate is very poorly soluble in water. At 25 deg. Celsius, its Ksp value is 2.8x10-9. This means the concentration of each ion in solution at equilibrium would be (MORE)
In Eyes

What do you do after you get the glasses?

use them and clean them regularly/when needed. get yearly eye sight check ups, to know if you need new frames ( when your, myopia, astigmatism, etc increase or even when they (MORE)
In Physics

Why are substances soluble?

Substances are soluable if disolving the material will result in 1a decrease in free energy. Kinetics will determine how fact something disolves. For most things they are solu (MORE)

Is chromium soluble?

Chromium does not occur freely in nature. The main chromium mineral is chromite. Chromium compounds can be found in waters only in trace amounts. Many chromium compounds are r (MORE)

What is a soluble of a precipitate?

By definition, a precipitate is not water soluble. It precipitates out of solution from its constituent ions by way of a double-replacement reaction. Example: 3NaOH(aq) + Fe (MORE)