A cloud of grain dust
Hot water. Metals become more malleable at greater temperatures.
No, you can not use ice instead of regular ice in the cloud chamber experiment. It would not react the same way. Dry ice is frozen carbon dioxide, the cloud chamber experiment relies on the sublimation of solid CO2 into gas.
a cloud, yes, would be matter.
It would be a sugar granuale or grain. sugar grain; grain of sugar
It would depend a little on the concentrations and how fast you add the sodium hydroxide. If they had the same concentration the strong acid would react more and thus produce heat quicker.
You would measure a grain of sand by METER'S!!!!!
If it would react bad we would all die.
Powder reacts quicker because it has more surface area, so there are more particles reacting.
a culumnious cloud (culumnous is how i thik it is spelled!)
A granulated form of a substance will react quicker than the same solid in cube form, as there is more surface area exposed to the reagents when the solid is in granulated form.
A Cumulonimbus cloud would be described looking like puffy and curly and thin.
A wispy cloud is very fragile, very slight. If even a small breeze touched a wispy cloud, the cloud would disappear.
Cereal would be in the grain group because they are grain products.
Cloud Strife would win with his huge sword!
My bed is LIKE a cloud. A metaphor would be "My bed IS a cloud"