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What happened to a 1993 Chevy Cavalier that backfired and black dust like residue was blown underneath the car when you tried to start it?

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What is refinery residue

Salt (NaCl) is not a residue.

Carbon residue is deposits of solid black residue from burnt carbon.

A residue is something left over. Fires usually leave a residue of ash.

Here are some sentences.The black residue in the pot wouldn't come off.The solution left a residue.

Yes: dry residue may be the residue obtained after drying at 110-115 0C and residue after ignition is obtained at a higher temperature, up to 1 000 0C.

Distillate is the residue of evaporation.

Residue refers to the material remaining after an evaporation.

The residue from the experiment after the evaporation was salt.It took a long time to clean up the residue of flour from the kitchen floor.

Solid residue is what remains after a liquid evaporates.

Salt is a residue of the distillation process.

Each residue has a specific composition.

There was a powdery residue left over after I evaporated the solution.

'Residue' is the matter remaining after something has been removed.

Does crack cocain leave a residue

it forms a black colored residue.

Could be milk sugar or milk fat, would have to know what you were making to give better answer.

Ash is another name for cigar residue.

That is the correct spelling of the word "residue" (remaining, as of a spilled material).

If you think to filtration sand is a residue.

Acetone doesn't leave a residue.

pure acetone drys leaving no residue. if something was dissolved in the acetone however, whatever was dissolved will be left as a residue.


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