Which gas makes burning magnesium go out?
Nitrogen would extinguish the flame. Unlike most burning fuels, magnesium will continue to burn in carbon dioxide because its flame is hot enough to decompose carbon dioxide to carbon and oxygen.
The diagram shows four gas-jars. Each contains a different gas. Burning magnesium is put into each jar. air,exhailed air, nitrogen, oxagen
What gas makes up most of the air and that does not react very much a burning splint will go out in this gas?
Which gas makes up most of the air and does not react very much and a burning splint will go out in this gas?
Nitrogen gas makes up most of the atmosphere. However carbon dioxide extinguishes a burning splint and is found in a small amount in the atmosphere Nitrogen gas. It is an inert gas that makes up over 70% of the Earth's atmosphere.
Burning of magnesium (or anything else) requires continuing combination with oxygen. If a burning piece of magnesium is transferred to an atmosphere of nitrogen, no additional magnesium can react with oxygen because none is available for reaction.
the thing that makes it go is the gas
Nitroglycerin, TNT, magnesium, really anything with high combustibility.
it makes it go.
Out, because it "makes" water (by burning hydrogen).
Nitrous Oxide. There you go :)
They have a magnesium deficiency. Magnesium is a mineral that is important in making chlorophyll (the green pigment that makes leaves green.) So a lack of it means that the leaves go yellow.
A gas called helium.
It will go out. Nitrogen, which makes up 79% of the Earth's atmosphere, does not support combustion.
Fire needs Oxygen gas to burn. The water pushes the Oxygen gas away from the fire, preventing it from burning.
you use a burning splint and you put it inside a test tube full of hydrogen. if the gas is really hydrogen then the burning splint should go out with a squeaky pop. :)
Makes the car go forward!!
Device called a thermocouple. Turns off the gas if it does not sense a flame. Check with your local gas appliance repair company, have them replace. Fairly cheap item, and they DO go bad.
Actually the chemicals to keep them burning have been removed, they were poisonous and carcinogenic!
Removing from an oxygenated environment. for example placing in a test tube of carbon dioxide
For a harder science, yes. You can try burning Magnesium under water. It will be spectacular fun to learn how chemical reaction really work.
Burning wood does not involve sublimation. Sublimation changes a solid to a gas without altering it chemically. Wood burning does involve destructive distillation. The wood is chemically destroyed, and parts of it go off as gasses, which then combust.
Because the flame itself is the hot gas.Every gas(hot) have a tendency to go upward.
Gaseous carbon dioxide is released and this gas doesn't support burning.
Yes it is. (:
it would go slower and it might jerk
Laughing gas is also know as nitrous oxide, N2O. Also this is the nitro that makes your car go really fast.
In automotive terms, it is the pedal on the right that makes the vehicle go. Also known as the "accelerator".
Well there is probably a bit of magnesium found in all car engines, but at least BMW makes engines primarily out of the material in some cars. So in short yes, yes they do. Magnesium engine blocks if pure enough are dangerous to use with Nitrous!! DO NOT attempt to use a mostly magnesium engine with any sort of liquid/gas boosting system. If there is any chance that your liquid or gas boosting system will… Read More
Burning sensation when you "pee", having to go more often even though nothing comes out, stomach pain often feeling like gas but nothing helps it go away.
Push down on the gas pedal. This usually makes mine go faster.
A burning candle requires Oxygen to continue burning. The jar over the candle restricts the supply of oxygen and therefore the candle can not continue burning and will go out.
Why is it that when I push the gas pedal the car seams shaky when the rpm's go up the converter is smoking?
At this point your car feels like is burning rich or a ramdon miss fire on all the cylenders .Is probably burning a lot a fuel right now.
I'm in Year 9 and we were supposed to do this in two's but our Science Teacher did it & once you put the magnesium ribbon on the bunsen burner it lets out a bright light. If you looked/focused directly 100% on it then you could go blind or it'll really damage your eyesight. The light was really light so I didn't dare staring at it...
Absolutely! burning fossil fuels creates harmful fumes that go into into our atmosphere. These fumes are known as greenhouse gas. Greenhouse gases are affecting global warming and are causing our ice caps to melt.
beans make you go to the toilet and do a number 2 or pass the gas a lot and one day when your mom or dad makes beans you better get prepared.
A faulty fuel gauge sending unit.
yes magnesium is a good thermal conductor and if you want more information go on www.mithia.weebly.com
When solid magnesium carbonate is added to a lot of hydrochloric were does the solid magnesium carbonate go?
They react to form H2CO3 and MgCl2
you go to the bathroom
Go to the supermarket!
Scientists and governments around the world are worried about global warming caused by burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) because of the serious problems it is causing. Oil companies are worried because if we stop burning fossil fuels they will go out of business.
Because most electricity is generated by burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas). This releases the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2) which is contributing to global warming. Gas appliances also release CO2, but not as much as coal or oil, so gas is a slightly better way to go.
the gas and the motor combine thus creating a chemical reaction makes the car go