Asked in Cars & Vehicles
If water is evaporating when car over heating is wate pump bad?
yes the water pump would be bad if its evaporating the water very quick.
How do you calculate the amount of over or underapplied overhead?
how do you calculate the amount of the over-or under applied factory overhead? ...
Asked in Science
How do you get the water back after evaporating it from the salt?
Whilst it is evaporating hold a large jar over the top to catch the steam, when it cools down you will have the water without the salt and it will be pure. ...
What method uses evaporation to get salt from seawater?
If you leave the salt water in an evaporating basin the water will evaporate leaving you with big crystals of salt. To speed up the evaporating reaction you can heat it over a Bunsen Burner but your crystals of salt will the smaller. ...
Asked in Evaporation and Condensation
How do you do a project on does the color of water affects its evaporation rate?
You have different cups with the same amount of water, and with different colors. Put a piece of plastic over it, and put it in an area where all the cups will get the same amount of light. Measure how much water is in the cups daily. Also have another cup without water in it has a bottom line, so you can compare to how much faster it's evaporating. ...
Asked in Science
What will you observe when cold water is poured over a hot pan?
Water droplets will start evaporating on contacting the pan bottom, and they will tend to "dance" on the produced steam. ...
Asked in Chemistry
What is an evaporating dish used for?
evaporating dish is used to let substances to evaporate. -aramis nats- Evaporating dishes are used to evaporate excess water - or other solvents - to ensure that a concentrated solution or the dissolved substance is left behind. an evaporating dish is put on top of a tripod over a Bunsen burner and liquids are evaporated off like water evaporated off salt water leaving salt. to let the solvent evaporate and collect the solute in solid state from dissolved state It is used to evaporate water...
Asked in Science, Chemistry, Oceans and Seas
If you allow a container of sea water to sit in the sun the liquid level gets lower and lower and finally crystals appear what is happening?
The water is evaporating and the "crystals" are grains of salt left over.
Asked in Global Warming, Air Pollution
Is over population one of the causes of global warming?
There is obviously a correlation between population numbers and the amount of fuels used. Many of which release CO2 into the atmosphere. CO2, after water vapour, being the main contributor to the greenhouse effect. The exact amount of change caused by over population is very difficult to calculate. ...
Asked in Astronomy, Biology, Physics
How come when you over water a plant the left over water just evaporates away?
The water is not absorbed by the plant, instead the soil absorbs it and the sun's heat increases the temperature of water to the point where individual molecules of water ascend to the gaseous state (ie. evaporated) the same is true for all water anywhere, infact the water in plants is even evaporating all the time. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Taxonomy, Science Experiments
What is the scientific name of laboratory glass plate?
The little white one? It's called an evaporating dish that you put your items and water in and let it evaporate over the Bunsen burner. ...
What is an evaporating dish?
An evaporating dish comes in a number of sizes, and are usually made of ceramic or glass. All evaporating dishes are bowl-shaped, though some are a lot shallower than others. the evaporating dish is used for just what you would imagine: evaporating liquids over a heat source. I have also seen the larger (white ceramic) dishes used in titrations, where the endpoint is observed against the white of the dish. ...
Asked in Science
Is it possible for an object in water to get drier?
Well, it depends on the amount of water it is in. If it is in a small amount of water, over a period of time once all the water it is in evaporates, the water on the object will start to evaporate. hope this helps! ...
Asked in Travel & Places, Waterfalls
Does the same amount of water go over both falls at Niagara Falls?
There are actually three falls at Niagara. The most spectacular is the Horseshoe Falls, which is almost entirely in Canada. By far, the greatest amount of water flows over the Horseshoe Falls. A much smaller amount flows over the American Falls, and a relatively little amount flows over the Bridal Veil Falls. ...
Asked in Science, Chemistry, Earth Sciences
A technique used to calculate the volume of irregularly shaped solids?
To calculate the volume of an irregularly shaped object, a good idea would be to get a bucket full of water and submerge that object into the bucket. Then measure the amount of water that runs over and that should be the volume of your object. For example if you take a sealed bottle of bottle stick it in a bucket filled with water, then let it's volume filll the space and displace the water. The water that is displaced or...
Asked in Marine Biology
What is the importance of water having the highest heat of vaporization of any known substance?
One very important consequence of water's high heat of vaporization is weather. When water evaporates from the oceans it carries a huge amount of energy. When this water vapor condenses in the atmosphere it releases that energy into the air. This is the energy that powers storms. Hurricanes form over warm water because they require the energy in the evaporating water. Thunderstorms and tornados require warm moist air. ...