Asked in Elements and Compounds
Elements and Compounds
A hydrated salt contains 49.42 of water 28.26 of calcium and 32.42 of chlorine deduced the formalar of this salt cal40 cl355 h2o 18 in chemistry topic elemenT?
Asked in Science, Chemistry, Genetics
What is a crystalline substance that contains water?
Asked in Health, Death and Dying
How does one die if you are hydrated?
Being hydrated just means you have plenty of water in your body. You can become hyper-hydrated which means you've taken in too much water and your bodies electrolytes become too dillute for normal body chemistry to work. Otherwise there are plenty of ways to die while perfectly hydrated... heart attack, gunshot, blunt force trauma, old age... etc
Asked in Metal and Alloys
What is the difference between hydrated copper sulphate and copper sulphate?
Hydrated copper sulphate or CuSO4.5H2O is a hydrated salt. It contains the water of crystallisation molecules(water molecules are attached to it). It is also known as blue vitriol because of its blue colour. On the other hand copper sulphate or CuSO4 is an anhydrous salt i.e. there are no water of crystallisation molecules. It is a white anhydrous powder and can be produced on heating hydrated copper sulphate. It is actually the anhydrous form of hydrated copper sulphate.
Asked in Chemistry, Earth Sciences
What is rust made out of?
Rust contains iron, but not only iron. It also contains oxygen and water (which in turn consists of oxygen and hydrogen). Technically it is hydrated iron(III) oxide (once known as ferric oxide). The "hydrated" part means that water molecules are loosely bound to an array (lattice) of iron(III) ions and oxide ions.