If two dangerous chemicals combine will the result be dangerous?
yes it will be dangerous. for example and don't try this. my lessons chemistry teacher was telling us what will happen if you take potassium and throw it in water. the reaction is dangerous. also too, if you heat common table salt, until it is molten. then run a current through it, you'll get sodium metal forming and chlorine gas. the chlorine gas will kill you, so don't try it. but just to show you the dangerous effect of chemicals. this is not totally correct. Sodium is dangerous, as is chlorine, but combined they make common salt.
How can i combine these sentences - pesticides kill more than pests pesticides are dangerous chemicals?
Like this: Pesticides are dangerous chemicals, they kill more than pests. However, your English teacher may appreciate one of these two revisions: A category of dangerous chemicals known as pesticides can kill more than pests. This next revision incorporates the addition of an appositive Pesticides, a variety of dangerous chemicals, kill more than pests.
Mixing these two stimulants which have similar actions will result in over-exertion, hypertension, and tachycardia. This can be dangerous to the circulatory system and can result in a heart attack. Furthermore, these two medications are extended release preparations of amphetamine and methylphenidate, they are meant to last one individual for the entirety of the day. Mixing them will result in over-stimulation lasting for ten or more hours. Short term warnings aside, it can lead to…