What is concentration in pop?
Concentration can have several meanings, usually based on either:
- The amount of something in a given volume, e.g. moles per litre, or
- As a synonym for focus.
Sounds are vibrations. When you ignite hydrogen, a bunch of it explodes at once, before settling down to a steady state. You also get a pop when you ignite a propane torch, and then you get a sizzling sound. Most gasses will give some sort of pop when you first ignite them. Ordinarily, a flammable gas will ignite between certain concentrations. Too weak a concentration and there isn't enough fuel. Too high a concentration and…
Well the effects of the concentration camps is that 15 million people was killed in them, Many people was traumatised from their experience in the camps, Twin childrens was experimented on. So basically everyone who was in it went to hell. __________ That figure of 15 million sounds like a high estimate for all Holocaust deaths, using the 'pop' definition of Holocaust). The number of people killed in concentration camps and extermination camps is much…
Going with the concentration gradient is basically the process of diffusion. Molecules going from a low concentration to a high concentration would be going with the concentration gradient. Going against the concentration gradient would be the movement of particles from a high concentration to a low concentration
Why does the percent ionization of acetic acid increase as the concentration of the solution decreases?
As you increase the concentration of the solution, the concentration of H+ does not change. Meaning, the concentration ionized does not change. Just the original concentration increases. Since percent ionization = (concentration ionized)/(original concentration) , and the original concentration is increased, the percent ionization therefore decreases.
Is osmosis the process by which molecules spread from areas of low concentration to areas of high concentration?
What transport particle movement from an area of higher concentration to an area of a lower concentration?
What happens if there is high concentration of oxygen outside of the cell and low concentration inside of the cell?
In diffusion, substances flow with a concentration gradient, meaning that they flow from areas of high concentration to areas of lower concentration. Flowing against a concentration gradient would be going from an area of low concentration to an area of higher concentration, but this only occurs in active transport.