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Asked in Physics, Chemistry, Elements and Compounds
What happens to solubility when surface tension of A SOLUTION is increased?
How does surface area affect the rate of a reaction?
The powdered solid has a greater surface area than the single lump of solid. So the larger the surface area of the solid, the faster the reaction will be. Increasing the surface area of the solid increases the chances of collision taking place between the molecules of reactants, if it is a reaction in liquid or gaseous phase.
What happens to magma that reaches the earth's surface?
Why does crushing a solid increase the speed at which the solid dissolves?
Asked in Geometry
What happens to the surface area and volume when the height of a three-dimensional solid is doubled?
Asked in Chemistry
How does a particular size affect a soluble solid dissolving?
Asked in Science
What is it called when something changes from solid to liquid?
solid to liquid= melting liquid- solid= freezing liquid to gas= vaporization (There is two forms- boiling and evaporation. The difference is that evaporation happens on the surface of the liquid, and boiling happens throughout.) gas to liquid= condensation gas to solid= deposition solid to gas= sublimation