What is the chemical formula for dish soap and water?
There is none. Dish soap and water form a mixture. Mixtures do not have chemical formulas. ...
Asked in Physics
An empty metal soap dish barely floats in watera bar of ivory soap floats in water when the soap is stuck on the soap dish the combinations sinks explain why?
because of the wait of the soap plus the wait of the soap dish is to much for the water to carry Sort of, but here's more to the story. This is a question about specific gravity, or roughly, weight/mass per volume. Let's look at the dish. The material that the dish is made of apparently doesn't float. Or wouldn't -- If it were shaped as a solid lump it would sink. However, since it is "dished", that is slightly bowl-shaped...
Asked in Drinking Water
Does eating dish soap and drinking water make you go 3?
Eating dish soap will make you sick. Don't do it.
Asked in Plumbing
Does a dish drainer tray have to stay in the sink?
No, a dish drainer tray does not have to stay in the sink. You might want to put the draining part in the sink though because that is where the water will drain into. ...
Asked in Physics
An empty metal soap dish barely floats in water a bar of ivory soap floats in water when the soap is stuck on the soap dish the combinations sinks explain why?
This is because the displacement of water to the the weight of the metal soap dish and soap is not equalized before the water reaches the top edges of the soap dish. If you had a deeper soap dish than it would most likely float. Also most likely the soap is 'stuck' to the dish so that is why when they sink it will not float on its own. Floating actually has to do with pressure rather than weight. For example...
Asked in Cleaning
If you remove all soap suds from the top of dish water how much cleaning power is left?
Soap suds are basically air bubbles, it is the cleaning agent in the dish soap that cleans your dishes. Extremely dirty or greasy dishes might require changing the dish water. ...
Why does a needle sink in water after soap is added to the water?
Water has surface tension which allows the needle to float on it. When soap is added, the surface tension of the water is reduced. ...
Asked in Chemistry
A test liquid has a 'density' of 1.1gmL when you pour some of it into a cup of water what will happen assuming that their nature are such that they don't mix and that there is no chemical reaction be?
The heavier liquid will sink to the bottom. The water will "float"on top of the test liquid. This is the same if you mix syrup, water and dish soap. The syrup is more dense so it sinks and the dish soap is lighter so it floats on top. ...