What might happen to a heated glass beaker made from material that does not contain boron?
Borosilicate glass has a low coefficient of thermal expansion, which makes it better for situations in which there are wide, rapid temperature changes. For example, if a standard glass container at room temperature is filled with boiling water, the danger of cracking and shattering is quite high due to the inside surface rapidly expanding while the outside is warming up more slowly. A borosilicate glass such as Pyrex doesn't expand nearly as much as plain glass (about one third as much as regular glass). It can thus survive temperature differentials that would destroy plain glass.
It is for that reason that laboratory glassware is typically made of borosilicate glass.
Based on the premise of the question, a heated glass vessel subjected to rapid cooling (e.g., filled with ice water) is susceptible to shattering into a gazillion shards and slivers of glass.
What might happen to a heated beaker made from glass that does not contain boron if the beaker were placed in a pan of iced water?
The beaker has a high chance of shattering. Read More
nothing will happen to the water because the beaker is heated Read More
A residue remain in the beaker. Read More
What will happen if small piece of crystall of potassium permaganate is dropped in a beaker filled with water and is heated?
The water turns purple, and gets hotter. And what happens to the beaker? Depending on what it is made of, and the temperature to which it is heated, it might melt. Read More
After the total evaporation of water a small solid residue can remain in the beaker. Read More
You will need to tell us what was put into the beaker and what, if anything was done to the beaker. For instance, was the beaker heated? And resubmit your question. Read More
A beaker of water heated over a laboratory burner is an example of convection. The molecules at the bottom of the beaker begin to rise to the top and the cooler particles sink. This allows for the transfer of heat. Read More
Beaker Tongs are used to hold a beaker while its is hot or while it is being heated Read More
In a beaker sugar is dissolved in water and then the water is heated and evaporates The sugar is recovered and heat is again applied Vapor is released and the material in the beaker changes from?
In a beaker, sugar is dissolved in water, and then the water is heated and evaporates. The sugar is recovered, and heat is again applied. Vapor is released, and the material in the beaker changes from white to black. What must you know to determine if a chemical change occurred? CO2 (carbon dioxide) CuO (oxidized copper) H2O (distilled water) H2O2 (hydrogen peroxide) NaCl (sodium chloride) Read More
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Beaker tongs are used to transport a beaker without having to have the beaker come in contact with the hands. This is to prevent possible burns from heated beaker and also to prevent possible injuries by dangerous chemicals being spelt on hands from beaker. Read More
What should happen if you place a glass beaker of water on a hot plate and added 20 grams of salt then heated it?
The salt should dissolve faster than it would in cold water. Read More
What happened inside a beaker and on the bottom of the glass cover after you heated the water in the beaker?
Water can be condensed on the bottom of the glass cover. Read More
nothing , after a while the flask material will break down Read More
Energy transfer. Read More
Since the material is being heated, the particles in the material begin to move. this takes up more space, making the material less dense. Read More
" beaker " and " vessel " would be suitable. Read More
A beaker of flask can be heated with a Bunsen burner by placing a gauze on top of a tripod. The flame is placed underneath the gauze and the beaker/flask is placed on top. The tripod should have a heatproof mat underneath it. Read More
Rubber contracts when heated. Read More
Beakers hold solids or liquids that will not release gases when reacted or are unlikely to splatter if stirred or heated. Read More
The scope is to obtain an homogeneous heating of the liquid. Read More
No, a heated material becomes less dense and if it is less dense than surrounding material it will rise. Read More
Why do cans collapse when tap water is inserted then heated and dropped into a beaker of cold water?
The cause is the contraction. Read More
Iron ores most often contain iron combined with oxygen. The carbon comes from a material called coke, which is made from coal. When heated, the carbon reacts with oxygen in the ore, leaving the purified iron metal behind. Read More
it i when a beaker filled with water and heated up and dissolves into condensatino to a reaction equivilent to an egg cracker. Read More
Why must the mercury bulb of the thermometer not touch the wall or base of the beaker when measuring the temperature of a liquid that is being heated?
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Where should a beaker be placed with respect to the flame for the most efficient heating on Bunsen burner?
The most efficient, and safe, place for a beaker to be heated is above the flame. Have the beaker held up by the proper metal stand and have it held so that the flame is grazing the bottom of the beaker. Be careful though, the flame should only graze the bottom of the beaker so that the chemical doesn't heat up too quickly. Read More
If beaker a had 250ml of water beaker b had 500ml water are warmed from 10 celsius to 20 celsius what one requires more heat?
Because there is a greater volume of water in beaker B, the beaker would have to be heated for a longer period of time to reach the same temperature as beaker A. If your desire is to have both beakers warmed to the same temperature at the same time, beaker B would require the addition of more heat (because there is more water inside it). Read More
Conduction. Read More
The main advantage of thermoplastic material is that it can be heated up, molded and then cooled again with no changes to the overall properties of the material (like it getting weaker and falling apart, for instance). Thermoplastics can be re-heated and re-molded as well, which is in contrast to thermosetting materials which can be heated and molded once but then not reset. Read More
Determine the specific heat of a material if a 35 g sample of the material absorbs 48 J as it is heated from 298 K to 313 K?
Determine the specific heat of a material if a 32 g sample of the material absorbs 58 J as it is heated from 298 K to 313 K? Read More
A convection current is created when a heated material continually rises, cools and sinks. Plate tectonics are driven by this type of motion, Read More
When benzoic acid is heated past its melting point it precipatates Read More
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Rock material is any material that a geologist would call LITHIFIED. That is the material is solid and has been compacted or heated sufficiently to form a solid block of material. Read More
Because the opening is large so more water is heated. Read More
What is the movement in both the Earth's engines of heated material upward and cooled material downward an example of?
convection current Read More
It depends on the material. Most materials would expand and the volume would increases. Read More
They don't get bigger, they move further apart which causes the material itself to expand. Read More
The bottle will collapse when the bottle has heated air Read More