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# How do you melt ice if the temperature is under 0 C?

Add salt. Salt lowers the freezing point of water, which is why they use it to de-ice roads.

# What is the speed of sound in dry air at 0 degree C?

The speed of sound in dry air at 0 degrees Celsius or 32 degrees Fahrenheit is: . 331.3 m/s or 1087.4 fps.

# How will 7483 IC operate if C input 0?

The 7483 is a 4 bit full adder and a 0 on C will make it act as a subtractor

# 0 s in a c?

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# What is '0'?

0 refers to nothing ex. how long will it take for me to full up my hand w/ 2 lbs. of grain if all i put in my hand is 0 lbs? the awnser is indeffinite, has no boudry or deffinition, it is infinite therefore 2/0=undefined: because nothing goes into something infinite times

# What happens to ice at 0 c?

At 0Â°C, water and ice are in equilibrium, that is, both water and ice exist at the same time. If you have a glass of water with ice in it, the ice will start to melt, but eventually, before all the ice melts, the temperature of the water/ice is 0Â°C.

# When A 0 B 0 C 1 then in 2 input logic gate you get - - gate?

input out A B A XNOR B 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1

# Which has greater entropy liquid water at 0 degrees C or ice at 0 degrees C?

The water. This is because it has greater positional disorder; if you know the position of one molecule you can say much less about the positions of all the others than you can in an ice crystal. On the other hand, if we are maintaining the system at constant temperature and pressure, then at 0C (MORE)

# Does 0 degree C water need to lose energy to become 0 degree C ice?

No. It does not need to lose energy, but it may need a lower pressure for ice to form. The freezing point of water is 0 degrees C only at 1 atmosphere of pressure.

# Is it illegal to file single 0 when married on W-4?

NO it is NOT illegal to do this and some time in some cases it is a smart thing to do.

# Why are cells damaged if their temperature falls below 0 C?

If the water in the cell (usually a very large part of cells consist of water) freezes the expansion during freezing coupled to the crystaline nature of ice (it cannot flow) ccan cause irreperable damage. Cell membranes can fail and internal structures can be destroyed.

# 0 degrees c is equal to how many degrees f?

The conversion equation is . F = (9/5)C + 32. . To convert 0 deg. C to F, replace C with 0, and the answer is 32 deg. F, or the freezing point of water.

# What is the meanig of return 0 in c plus plus?

The return statement "returns" control to the function that invoked the function executing the return statement. Adding a value, such as return 0 , adds a "return value", which the invoking function can inspect. The type of the returned value is declared along with the function's declaration, suc (MORE)

# What temperatures are equivalent to 0 C?

0 Â°C is equivalent to: . 273.15 K . 32 Â°F . 491.67 Â°R . 150 Â°De . 0 Â°N . 0 Â°RÃ© . 7.5 Â°RÃ¸

# What is the difference between return 0 and return -1 in c?

If we consider any function that is not the main function that is declared as "bool" i.e it will return boolean values to the main function-0 & 1, meaning 'false' and 'true' respectively. If we have to tell the main function that the condition checked in the function is false or disagreed, then we (MORE)

# What is the C program of generating the odd numbers from 0 to 20?

include main() { int i; for(i=1;i

# Can ice be colder than 0 C?

no it cant and only stupid people dont know that ...................written by britttney lokim u suk Yes it can. Anything can have its temperature lowered or raised....written by Wolfgang Schwartzschild

# How were 100'c and 0'c determent?

0 o and 100 o were arbitrarily allocated to the freezing and boiling points of water respectively. This gave a range of 100 o which was thought to be adequate for its time.

# What city is at 0 latitude and 78 W longitude?

There's no city there. That point is at an elevation in excess of15,000-ft on a snow-capped mountain in Ecuador. It's about 26 milessouth-southeast of the town of Ibarra, and 37 miles east-northeast of the center of thecapital at Quito.

# Does water evaporate at 0 C?

No. Under normal conditions it freezes/ice melts at 0 degrees C. Water boils at 100 degrees C.

# How long does it take for water to freeze at 0 degrees C?

Water freezes AT 0 o C. As each molecule reaches this temperature, it adapts properties of a solid. Depending on how much water there is, whether it's moving or not and various other factors determines how long it will take for all the molecules to reach 0 and turn into solid ice.

# What does 0 degrees c and 0 c mean?

maybe it means it's really cold. sorry i don't really know hope that answer helps you.

# How much water vapor can air hold at 0 c?

At 0 degrees celsius, pressure of 1000 mbar, and 100% relativity humidity, absolute humidity would would be 4.86564 g/m^3

# What does -'0' in C plus plus mean?

It literally means -48. We use this convention whenever we want to convert a character or string representing a whole number to an actual number. The character '0' is actually represented by the ASCII character code 48 decimal, or 0x30 in hexadecimal. Thus the following declarations are effectively (MORE)

# What is the Density of air at 0 C?

At standard pressure (100 kPa), dry air at 0 Â°C has a density of 1.2754 kg/m 3 or 1.2754 g/L . Changing the composition, pressure, temperature or humidity changes the density. .

# Why you use return 0 in c?

It depends on the context. - it means "no" in functions that check something (like "isatty", "isascii", "isdigit") - it means "success" in functions whose return value is an error code (0 means no error) - it means "fail" or "not found" in functions that return a pointer (like strchr or fopen (MORE)

# Why return 0 is used in int main function in c?

The declaration int main (...) says that main returns an int. You have to return an int, otherwise the compiler is going to complain. What value int you return is a function of what you want to communicate with the code that called main in the first place. It all a matter of convention. In this pa (MORE)

# What is melting point of an ice in 0 degree C?

0 degrees C is the melting point of H20. That would mean it is also the melting point of ice.

# What is 0 degrees and 60 degrees w?

I have a hunch that it could be a set of latitude/longitude coordinates, describing the location of a point on Earth. If I'm correct, and we identify the point by those numbers, it's located in northern Brazil, about 215 miles due north of Manaus.

# What Delaware city is locate at 0 degree latitude and w?

"0 degree latitude" is the definition of the equator. No point in Delaware, and no point anywhere else in the USA, is situated on the equator.

# How many calories of heat are released when 20.0g of water at 30.0 C is cooled to 0 C and frozen to ice at 0 C?

The heat of fusion (aka enthalpy of fusion) of ice at 0 Â°C is about 79.72 cal/g. The specific heat of water in the range from 30 Â°C to 0 Â°C is about 1 cal/g/Â°C. The total energy that must be removed is thus: 20.0 g x[(0-30)Â°C x 1 cal/g/Â°C - 79.72 cal/g] = -2184 cal in oth (MORE)

# What ordered pairs is not a solution to the inequality y equals -3X - 2 A. 1. 1 B. 0. -1 C. 0. 0 D. -1. 0?

If y = -3x - 2 then substituting x from each ordered pair gives :- A) (1,1) y = (-3*1) - 2 = -5 â B) (0,-1) y = (-3*0) - 2 = -2 â C) (0,0) y = (-3*0) - 2 = -2 â D) (-1,0) y = (-3*-1) - 2 = 1 â So the answer is ALL OF THEM are not solutions to the equation y = (MORE)

# What is the equation of W2 plus W - 30 equals 0?

Does this mean w^2 + w -30 = 0 ? If so, w = 5 or -6

# Why water is 0'c is solid but nitrogen is gas?

Different chemicals have different physical properties, such as melting points (freezing points) and boiling points (vaporization points) waters freezing point is 0* C whereas nitrogen's freezing point is much lower.

# Why return 0 is not mandatory in C?

You mean: Why return 0 is not mandatory in C++, for function main? Answer: main is an exception, to make lazy programmers life easier.

# What happens when ice is heated from 0 c to 10 c?

Ice is the solid form of water that generally has 4 hydrogen bonds, allowing the water to organize itself in a crystalline arrangement. This leads to ice being less dense than water (density is the amount of mass per volume). Heating it by 10 degrees Celsius will cause bonds to break, and it will be (MORE)

# When it is cooled further to 0'C it?

Some amphibians can survive a mild frost, but most of them, especially the species in tropical regions, are not adapted to freezing and will die.

# What location is 0 degrees latitude and 75 degrees W?

That point is in southern Colombia, but not by much. It's no more than 8 miles from the border with Peru, 22 miles from the border with Ecuador, and about 240 miles east of the center of Quito.

# What is return 0 in c?

Statement. Zero as return value might mean 'no error' (eg: system), or simply 'no' (eg: isatty), or even 'null-pointer' (eg: fopen)

# What state of matter is water at 0 C?

Both water and ice can exist at 0 o C. The popular concept is that as soon as the water temperature reaches 0 o C the water turns to ice. In actuality water at 0 o C can remain as liquid. Extracting more heat energy does not drop the temperature, but allows a change of state from liquid to solid (ic (MORE)

# What is the diff between return 0 and return 1 in c?

The value. In some context 1 means 'yes', 0 means 'no'. In other contexts 0 means ok, other values are error codes.

# When liquid is at 0 degrees c does it freeze?

Pure water at 0 deg C and at a pressure of 760 millimetres of mercury freezes. If it is any other liquid, or if it contains solutes or is at a higher pressure it will not.

# Why numeric arrays do not end with a '0' in C programming language?

The value zero is a perfectly valid numeric array element in itsown right. If we used the value zero to mark the end of a numericarray in the same way we use a null-terminator to mark the end of astring (a character array), we'd have no way of representing thevalue zero within the array itself. Thus (MORE)

# What happens if you claim 0 on line A of a W 4?

Line A is in the 'Personal Allowances' section. Most people put 1 there, but sometimes people put zero, even when they don't have to, if they want more deducted, to avoid owing tax or to get a bigger refund. Higher numbers in the personal allowances section mean less withholding from a paycheck. Low (MORE)

# Why does surface water freeze at 0 C but deeper water does not?

Short Answer: Generally water freezes at 0 C and depth does not matter. Usually, water freezes first at the top, because ice floats, so that might make it appear as though deeper water is not freezing at the same time. At extraordinary depths (oceans or deep lakes) the freezing point of water is (MORE)

# What is the name of An equation of the form ax2 bx c 0?

\n. If you mean: ax 2 +bx+c = 0 then it's the general form of a quadratic equation

# Is water a solid liquid or gas at 0 degrees c?

When water reaches 0 degrees centigrade (32 degrees Fahrenheit) itbegins to change to ice, a solid. This process of changing to icecan be very slow with the temperature changing throughout the day,water also doesn't instantly change to ice when the temperaturehits 0 degrees centigrade, it takes time (MORE)

# What property is 0 c?

It is the temperature at which, at normal atmospheric pressure, liquid water freezes and solid ice melts.

# Why does water behave differently at 0 C?

At 0C water is divided in two forms (H20)3 and (H20)4. One is a Trimer and other is a quadramer this is the reason . Dhrubajyoti Gupta dhruba.gupta.56@gmail.com

# What is the driving force for water to freeze below 0 C?

is a function we have invented to keep track of the naturaltendency for the components of the universe to become disordered