What engine coolant to use for a 1998 ford econoline 250?
A good quality anti-freeze mixed 50/50 ratio with water A good quality anti-freeze mixed 50/50 ratio with water ...
Asked in Pollution
How can air and water effect the ecosystem?
air and water can effect the ecosystem: WATER: when we use fertilsers and other chemicals to grow the better crops and when the rain comes,the rain water mixed with chemicals fall into the water and when we drink that water we become ill. AIR: the chemicals from the industries,etcwhen get mixed in the air it causes the acid rain and it effect on ecosystem. ...
Asked in Chemistry
What are the chemicals called when they are mixed?
If chemicals are mixed and no reaction occurs, the result is a Mixture
Asked in Acids and Bases
What chemicals are produced when Iron oxide and sulphuric acid are mixed?
Iron Sulfate and water
Asked in Antifreeze and Engine Coolant, Chevy Tahoe, 1995-2005 Chevy Cavaliers, The Difference Between
What is the difference between antifreeze and coolant?
Anti-freeze is a coolant that should be mixed 50/50 with water
Asked in Science, Chemistry, Temperature
Why does water freeze specifically?
it freezes because the degrees of the coldness makes the degress of the normal temperature of the water be cold which makes thet water frozen cause of the chemicals and molecules the move fast but when it comes to coldness the molecules stop moving and freeze. ...
Asked in Acids and Bases
How does rain become acidic?
Rain can become acidic in a few ways: 1. Ground water can be mixed with chemicals that were dumped by a factory, industry, etc. or accidentally spilled. When the ground water evaporates, the chemicals stay with the water, and when it precipitates, it still has the chemicals/acid in it. 2. When condensed water in clouds is mixed with air pollution give off by factories, industries, air planes, etc. chemicals that are given off can mix with it, making the rain acidic. I hope...
Asked in Coffee, Storage of Dry Goods
Are there chemicals in freeze dried coffee?
There are plenty of crazy stories out there about chemicals added to freeze dried coffee. There is no reason for anything to be added to coffee when it is freeze dried; the entire point of freeze drying is that it preserves the product naturally. The process is: they make some coffee; they freeze it; they dry it. In short, whatever chemicals are in freeze dried coffee are only those - and exactly the same as those - found in "fresh" coffee. ...
What happens when these chemicals are mixed Water calcium chloride baking soda?
These chemicals will make a reaction. It will be an exothermic reaction. It starts to heat up is what I'm trying to say. ...
Asked in Elements and Compounds
Can ammonium nitrate freeze a thing?
Ammonium nitrate can freeze water on contact. The best example of this is in instant ice packs - water and ammonium nitrate are contained in separate "tubes" within the package. When broken, the chemicals mix and the water freezes within seconds. ...