Asked in Alkaline Earths
Why does beryllium have high melting point and boiling point compared to other alkaline earth metals?
becaus it has a extreemly stable set of valence electrons
Asked in Clutches and Flywheels
When biting point is known can you release the clutch quickly up to this point?
Possibly, but it is better to do most things slowly and smoothly when driving. ...
Asked in Chemistry
Why does water have an extremely high melting point compared to other compounds of similar molar mass?
Water can hydrogen bond.
Asked in Chemistry, Organic Chemistry
Why boiling point of ethyl alcohol is higher as compared to dimethyl ether?
The presence of strong hydrogen bonding in ethyl alcohol (when compared to that of dimethylether) increases its boiling point. ...
Asked in Acids and Bases
How is the freezing point of stearic acid compared to the freezing point of water?
Because water evapurates
Asked in Antarctica
What are three areas in which Antarctica is unique compared to any other point on your earth?
Antarctica is higher, drier, colder, windier, darker and icier than any other continent on earth. ...
Asked in Literature & Language
What is block or point by point style in writing?
Both are used in comparison and contrast essays. Block involves describing one thing being compared/or contrasted, then describing the other thing being compared/contrasted. Point by point involves talking about the two items in regards for specific characteristics one point at a time. For example, you might discuss the size of object a and object b. Then you might move on to the color of object a and object b. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Snow and Ice, Temperature
Why does ice have a high melting point compared to other substances?
Hydrogen bonding between molecules, and bonding angle (H-O-H) of 105o
Asked in Chemistry
When you lifted the can what did you find out about the amount of water in the can at this point as compared to the starting point?
The can only had a little of water left!
Asked in Definitions
Motion is always described relative to some?
Motion is always described in relation to some other point, which is considered to be a fixed point. For example, if you are at the window of a moving train with your hat in your hand and you pass a man on the platform, you do not see the hat as moving because you consider yourself to be a fixed point, and the hat's position compared to yours does not change. However, the man on the platform sees himself as the...
Asked in Organic Chemistry
If a substance is impure what will be the two effects on its melting point compared to the literature value?
the impurities will lower the melting point value.