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What element is often used to make containers that hold cookies?
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How do I determine what size of Spill Berm to use?
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What is the significance of the cruets used in the mass?
Asked in Health
What are the health risks that come from the use of plastic food containers?
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What types of containers can be used as compost containers?
There are a variety of containers that can be used for your compost pile. You can purchase containers specifically designed to hold your compost, or you can get creative and make your own. This can be done using plastic storage containers, wood, trash cans, etc. You can also choose to forgo a container altogether, and just have a free standing compost pile in your garden.
Asked in Chemistry
What instruments are used to hold substances mixtures and chemical reagents?
Asked in Flower Gardening
What is the name of a vessel used to hold flowers?
Asked in Units of Measure
Have many 32 gallon containers would a 319 cube feet van hold?
The county converts a gravel pit into a landfill and accepts containers with hazardous containers with content warning Do their neighbors have a standing to sue?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Units of Measure, Volume
How many 150 ml containers would be need to hold 4 liters?
Asked in Chemistry
What is used to pour liquids into containers with small openings or to hold filter paper?
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What are the containers that hold the wine and water for the Eucharist called?
Asked in Butter and Margarine
Could 415 pounds of butter be divided evenly into containers that hold 5 pounds each?
Asked in Plastics and Polymers
What storage containers are sturdy enough to hold books?
Asked in Java Programming
What are swing containers?
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Find two containers at home that you think hold about the same amount The containers should have different shapes?
Asked in Chemistry, Acids and Bases
Why are acids not stored in metal containers?
Many acids react with most metals, often producing soluble substances. Acid + metal --> salt + water. This 'eats' away at the container and causes it to leak. Glass (almost always) and polythene are unaffected by acids. However, before the advent of polythene, concentrated sulfuric acid was stored in lead vessels.