Does the copper kept buried for more than 100 years turn to copper iridium?
No, how can it? One type of atom doesn't spontaneously convert to another type of atom, except under conditions of great heat (as in the interior of stars), or in cases of radioactive decay. Iridium is a different element - a different type of atom. If no iridium was present at the start, none will appear.
What would happen if a copper coin were kept immersed in a solution of silver nitrate write the word equation also?
copper is placed above the silver in the ractivity series which indicates that copper is more reactive than silver . when a copper coin is kept immersed in a solution of siler nitrate ,silver from its solution will deposit on copper coin . copper slowly displaces silver from the silver nitrate solution and the colour of solution changes from colourless to blue due to the formation of copper nitrate . the copper coin will disappear…
What change is expected in the reaction mixture if a copper wire is kept immersed in AN Iron sulphate solution?
About 5000 years ago people discovered how to mix melted copper and tin. This made a new metal called bronze. After they discovered copper and tin, these early people were curious about these metals. They experimented with these metal. Then they melted the copper and tin and then they mixed these liquid metals. They kept this mixture a container with a particular shape. When the mixture dried up into solid, a new metal named bronze…
A silver spoon is kept immersed in an aqueous copper sulphate solution what changes will take place?
A copper coin was kept dipped in silver nitrate solution for a hours or dayswhat will happen to the colours of solution?
Copper scrap metal has seen significant fluctuations in 2011. Copper scrap moves with COME and LME copper prices. Depending on your location in the world expect anywhere between $3.25 - $3.75 per pound of scrap copper. Price also depends on the grade of the scrap copper. ALways make sure you scrap copper has the insulation stripped and is kept free of debris or garbage.
No, the word 'buried' is the past participle, past tense of the verb to bury. The past participle of the verb also functions as an adjective. Examples: These flower bulbs should be buried no more than six inches. (verb) Long John Silver kept his treasure in a buried chest. (adjective) The noun form of the verb to bury is the gerund, burying.