How do rust spots develop on paver tiles and do they weaken the tiles?
I don't know how the rust spots got there but they wont effect the strength of the tiles ...
Asked in Chemistry
Why does it take a long time for a nail to rust?
It depends on the conditions. Salt, acidity, temperature and humidity can all effect the rate at which it will rust. The material that the nail is made out of and any other nearby metals will also effect the rate at which it corrodes. In extreme conditions it may take as little as a few days for the rust to become apparent. ...
Asked in Cows and Cattle, Cattle Health
What effect can rust have on animals?
Well, rust is really iron that has been oxidized, remember. It doesn't really have much of an adverse effect on animals, but if it is consumed in a large piece, it could puncture a stomach or intestinal wall and cause serious infection. ...
How does light effect plant growth?
Light effect plant in 3 ways , 1: blue and red light effect photosynthesis , Photo peroid effects flowering in plants , . Light of different color effect cell division and enlargement . ...
What effect is the scattering of light by particles in a mixture?
The effect of scattering light by particles in a colloid mixture is called the Tyndall effect. ...
Asked in Cooking Oils and Fats
When rust forms on an iron railing or cooking oil smells rancid the undesirable effect is caused by a process known as?
Oxidation causes rust and food to turn brown