When chicken bones are placed into vinegar, it changes its composition. the vinegar makes the calcium carbonate dissolve, which only leaves the collagen of the bones.
A turkey wishbone will turn to rubber when placed in vinegar because the vinegar dissolves the calcium. Calcium is what makes a bone hard.
When a bone is placed or soaked in water and in vinegar,which is a mild acid, the calcium in the bone is dissolved away.
When the egg was placed in vinegar the water molecules moved into the egg making the egg larger. The vinegar was simply used to dissolve the shell.
Reinforced concrete is just normal concrete with steel reinforement placed inside.
Concrete words are placed lower on the ladder, and more abstract terms are placed higher, or closer to the top.
After placing a bone in water and vinegar,calcium is stripped off.
The egg will absorb some of the vinegar, so increasing the size of the egg.
No, vinegar has a higher concentration of water than an egg. Therefore, if an egg is placed in vinegar, then it will gain mass because vinegar is hypotonic to the egg.
Newly placed concrete will often have air pockets in it. Rodding it or vibrating it will cause the concrete to settle, or consolidate, better.
Since vinegar is an acid it would turn red.
No, it is placed in Acetic Acid... AKA Vinegar
Self Compacting Concrete also known as SCC, is a concrete which compacts itself when placed without the help of manual compaction.
If you place an egg in vinegar the vinegar will dissolve the egg shell leaving only a membrane or thin layer of skin.
because it has calcium in it and if u put it in vinegar it will become bendable after a few days
Steel re-inforcing in concrete should always be placed 1/3 of the depth from the bottom. A 6" thick slab would have the steel placed 2" off the bottom.
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Most likely not.
Concrete is usually reinforced by adding steel. The cost of reinforcing concrete depends with the given area under which the steel is placed to reinforce it.
concrete ingredients are directly feed in to the mixture plant and mixing done by means of machine. And it is pumped by means of concrete pump and placed in the site.
it drys up in to a little ball
Concrete expands and contracts depending on the temperature. The strips are called expansion joints.
Vinegar is made of acetic acid that is placed in water. The acetic acid is only about five percent of the entire liquid, so it is safe to believe that vinegar is ninety-five percent water.
in my class, we placed baking soda in a plastic cup and added vinegar to it (about 5ml) and it started bubbling (it was cool!)