What is the meaning of oxidising substances?
oxidising substances are substances which gives oxygen or gains hydrogen
Oxidising is losing eletrons
Oxidising chemicals are those which provide oxygen for flammable substances to burn more fiercely in their presence.
An Oxidising agent.
Elemental fluorine, among electrically neutral substances.
Many metals react with oxidizing substances.
They oxidize the other substances by accepting electrons and are therefor reduced.
Corrosion of metal is caused by oxygen or oxidising substances, salty water and some medium strong acids
Which pair of substances might be involved in an oxidation-reduction reaction that would result in the formation of ions?
reducing agents and oxidising agents.
What are the Seven main groups of hazardous substances defined by classification's packaging and labelling of dangerous substances regulations?
the seven main groups are: Harmful, Irritant, corrosive, Extremely flammable/Flammable, Explosive, Oxidising and Very toxic/Toxic.
Science labs generally contain harsh chemicals and poisonous substances, which could damage the skin if they came in contact with each other. Examples of this are Oxidising agents and Corrosive substances, such as Hydrofluoric acid.
The substance will lose electrons to the oxidising agent. It is impossible to be more precise without knowing the substances involved, but you may be thinking of an explosion.
Combustion is another word for burning. It means a chemical reaction with an oxidising agent, usually oxygen itself, producing new substances and releasing heat.
KMnO4 and H2SO4 are oxidising agents. Oxidising agents are hungry for electrons...
Dilute sulfuric acid H2SO4 is an indifferent acid to oxidising substances, while HCl (potential +1.36V) is a reductant and HNO3 (potential +0.96V) is an oxidant.
chlorine is oxidising
Fluorine is the strongest oxidising agent.
Yes Hydrogen Peroxide is an oxidising agent
Aspiration is the term meaning removing substances from a cavity using suction. (Aspiration can also mean inhaling substances, such as food, that were meant to be swallowed.)
It is a very good oxidising agent
Oxidising is a reaction which is caused by oxygen in the air. Hope this helps.
Fluorine is the strongest oxidising agent.
Magnesium is the oxidising agent.
Digestion is the medical term meaning breaking down food into simpler substances.
Oxidising means that the object that is labled provides oxygen that could be burnt
The oxidising agent is a chemical causing an oxidising process (oxydation).
What your probably meaning is organic substances. No.
You will never ever ever find the oxidising symbol around your house.
Some chemicals can harm us if they are not handled carefully. Hazard symbols are used to identify the danger posed by each chemical and what care should be taken. Hazard symbols and what they mean SymbolMeaning Corrosive Corrosive Concentrated solutions of strong acids and strong alkalis are labelled with the 'corrosive' symbol. Anyone using a corrosive substance should wear gloves and eye protection, such as goggles or a face shield. Irritant Irritant Dilute solutions of… Read More
Substances that have never been alive eg rocks and in chemistrt non carbon containing chemicals
Hormones are chemical substances secreted by endocrine glands
When two substances are put in the same container and they do not attract each other why does this happen?
The meaning is that these two substances cannot react.
relationship between oxidation and oxidising agent in a redox reaction
Copper only reacts with oxidising not non oxidising like citric acid
Pica is the medical term meaning persistent eating of non-nutritive substances such as clay, starch, or cigarette butts.
How does the composition of the cell membrane help regulate the movement of substances into and out of the cell?
It is selectively permeable, meaning it allows certain substances to pass through.
A modified epoxy resin contain substances added to improve the properties.
Organisms that can synthesize their own food from inorganic substances.
What is the medical term meaning study of the characteristics and uses of radioactive substances in diagnosis of disease?
Radiology is the specialty that uses radioactive substances to diagnose disease. radiology
As with virtually all substances, water contracts becomes denser when it cools, meaning it has more mass per unit of volume. Denser substances will sing in less dense substances.
Corrosive Attacks and destroys living tissues, such as skin and eyes. Concentrated solutions of strong acids such as sulphuric acid would be labelled with the corrosive symbol. Concentrated solutions of strong alkalis such as sodium hydroxide would also be labelled this way. Anyone using a corrosive substance should wear gloves and eye protection, such as goggles or a face shield. Irritant Not corrosive but will make the skin red or blister. The dilute solutions of… Read More
Copper dissolves in any oxidising acid like nitric acid. In HCl, chloride ion is reducing and not oxidising.
Nitric acid, being a strong oxidising agent, interferes with oxidising capacity of KMnO4 hence reducing accuracy of titration.
The meaning for solution is two or more substances mixed together. The mixture of molecules will be equally dispersed creating one substance.
A mixture contain two or more substances (compounds). The meaning of substance is generally a chemical compound, formed from the same type of molecules.
NO2(g)+SO2(g)-->NO(g)+SO3(g) here NO2 act as a oxidising agent
You can very well distinguish the different substances that you combined to form the mixture.
in regular turms it is a substance made by mixing other substances together
This is the preferential accumulation of substances (including DDT) in organisms.
No, it is not an adverb. The term synthetics is a plural noun meaning manmade substances.