Asked in Chemistry, The Difference Between
What is the difference between a saturated solution and a concentrated solution?
Nothing more can be added to a saturated solution - the liquid is literally 'full up' with the solute being dissolved, so if you carry on adding the solute, it will not dissolve and the solution will not become any more concentrated. A concentrated solution has a very large amount of the solute in it (there is more solute than solvent), but it has not yet reached the point where no more solute can be dissolved. If you keep adding to it,...
Asked in Chemistry
What happens if you add more solute to a supersaturated solution?
I know this because our class just did a lab and I wrote a 15 page paper on this. Essentially, when you make a supersaturated solution, you heat a saturated solution up until it is realls UNsaturated, and then you add more solute to bring the heated solution CLOSE, but not TO, saturation. Then you cool the solution down gently, without agitating it, and if you're lucky, none of the solute will precipitate, making the solution, of course, supersaturated. Now, the balance between...
Asked in Chemistry
Is an egg a solid?
an uncooked egg... the shell is a solid... the egg white is liquid... the yolk is kindof like a balloon full of water... the insides are liquid... but the protective layer holding it together is semi solid. a cooked egg... is solid. you were referring to an unfertilized chicken egg correct? because if you werent i have no idea how to answer the others. ...
Asked in Chemistry
Can solid turn into a liquid?
First of all solid turns into liquid all the time. But to give you a familiar situation, check out you're freezer. It's full of ice. and I'm sure ice is solid. Have you ever tried taking out an ice cube out of you're freezer and put it in a cup, well if you did it'll probably turned into liquid. And will melt in a cup and you can drink it in the form of cold water. And that my friend...
Asked in Chemistry
How are the particles in a solid liquid and a gas different?
The particles in a gas move faster and are full of energy. However the particles in a solid do not have as much energy and vibrate in place -Baarkullah Awan ...
Asked in Chemistry, Science, Physics
Is it possible to have a container such as balloon to be half full of a gas?
No, it is not. Briefly there are three (common) states of matter: solid, liquid, and gas. Solid materials are just that -- solid. Liquid matter conforms to the sides and bottom of the container that it occupies, like a glass of water, which can be half full. Gases, however, will "spread out" to all sides of the container they occupy. Using your example, the balloon cannot be half full because the gas will quickly conform to all of the sides of the...
Asked in Dieting and Weight Loss
Can a Full Liquid Diet Really Work?
A full liquid diet can be a great plan to lose a lot of weight in a short amount of time, but as a long term solution it's not really all that great. Your body does need some real protein and fiber and doing nothing but juicing for a year can be dangerous if you don't talk to your doctor first. That said, as a short term solution and as a way to kick start a weight loss plan, a...
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
State three things the particle model says about liquid?
1.particles move very fast 2.full of co2 3.can be turn from solid to liquid in the same time(ice to water) ...
Asked in Acids and Bases
Solid sodium carbonate is put into a solution of acetic acid forming gas bubbles and a clear aqueous solution What is the balanced full molecular equation for this reaction?
This equation is: 2CH3COOH + Na2CO3 --> 2NaCH3COO + CO2 + H2O .
Asked in Mentos (candy)
Why do coke and Mentos explode?
The reason Coke and Mentos explode in a frothy fountain of bubbles is due to the process called nucleation. Nucleation is the phenomenon where a dissolved gas in a liquid is able to come out of solution by forming in a crack, crevice, hole, or any small irregularity in the container. The stream of bubbles that can bee seen bubbling to the surface of a glass of champaign is a perfect example; the dissolved gas in the champaign comes out of...
Asked in Surgery and Hospitalization
Why are full liquid diets used after surgery?
Full liquid diets often do ease gastrointestinal problems many experience after some surgeries. These types of diets and used to make the transition from clear liquids to solid food and should be followed for a few days or as advised by your doctor. ...
Asked in Waste and Recycling
What is soild waste?
SIMPLE ANSWER Solid wastes are any discarded (abandoned or considered waste-like) materials. Solid wastes can be solid, liquid, semi-solid or containerized gaseous material. FULL ANSWERSolid waste means any garbage, refuse, sludge from a wastewater treatment plant, water supply treatment plant, or air pollution control facility and other discarded materials including solid, liquid, semi-solid, or contained gaseous material, resulting from industrial, commercial, mining and agricultural operations, and from community activities, but does not include solid or dissolved materials in domestic sewage, or solid or dissolved materials...
Asked in Ammonia
What is sudsy ammonia?
Sudsy ammonia is just a mixture of regular household ammonia solution, water, and liquid detergent. One recipe is 2/3 water, 1/3 "full-strength" household ammonia, and a squirt of liquid detergent. A link for full instructions should be below this. ...
Asked in Physics
What equipment except Archumedes principle that can measure density of material?
An old instrument that works very well for solids and liquids is a pichnometer. It is a glass flask with a defined, exact volume and you determine the density by weighing the pichnometer full of water (known density at a specified temperature), the empty flask and the flask with a small amount of the solid or full of a liquid. Note: The liquid or solid should not dissolve in water. If the do, use a standard liquid of known density that...
Asked in Birds
Is a birdnest a solid?
All birds nests are a solid state of matter (not liquid, gas or plasma), constructed predominantly from solids (leaves, twigs, bark, etc) however, depending on the species of bird, the nest itself can be quite fragile and/or full of holes, so would not be considered "solid". ...
What fuel do rockets use?
Primarily there are two types of fuels used in most rockets today. The space shuttle, at liftoff, uses both. Solid fuel and liquid fuel. Solid fuel rockets are much like the bottle rockets you can buy in a fireworks store. Once they are lit, the burn all of the fuel available and then burn out. The 2 white rockets on the side of the orange tank holding the space shuttle are Solid Rocket Boosters. The large orange tank that holds the...
What are some examples of a dry cell battery and a wet cell battery?
A dry cell battery is full of solid or paste-like electrolytes. One example of a dry cell is anode, which is a zinc metal. A wet cell battery is full of liquid electrolytes. One example of a liquid cell is an old car battery. ...