Asked in Metallurgy
What are the steps should be taken in metallurgy of aluminium?
Ensuring it is a metal and it is lurgy
Asked in Chemistry
When metals are taken as micronutrients don't they react with water in the body?
Metals taken as micronutrients, in the body are dissolved in water; it is not a chemical reaction. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
How might you explain volume to children?
Volume is length x width x height. Alternate Answer Explain that volume is the measurement of space taken up by something. Depending on the age of the children, you can teach them the formula for finding the volume of a given container. (V=BxHxW) If the children are smaller, show them different containers explaining each has volume, but at different amounts. ...
Asked in Chemistry
What are isotropic metals?
The metals, properties of which are the same when taken through any direction.. As in, if u consider quartz, it'd have different attributes when u conduct tests in different directions.. If there is any metal in which the properties r the same for all directions, it is called an isotropic metal! ...
Asked in Algebra
How do you solve for the volume?
Different techniques are used for different shapes. The volume of a cube is simply the edge of the cube, cubed (i.e., taken to the third power). The volume of a sphere is 4/3 pi times the radius cubed. The volume of an irregular shape requires the use of integral calculus. Everything can be calculated but some calculations are much more complicated than others. ...
Asked in Physics, Chemistry, Hydrocarbons
What happens to the volume of the balloon is taken outside on a cold winter day?
the volume of the balloon decreases
Asked in Cooking Measurements
What is 300 grams in milileters?
Grams are a measurement of weight, millilitres are a meaurement of volume. The standard for the metric volume (put in lamens terms) of the litre is the amount of space taken up by one kilogram in weight of pure water therefore the volume taken up by 300 millilitres of pure water will weigh 300 grams. That is of course if you are measuring 300 grams of pure water, if you have 300 grams of an item that has a different mass and...
Asked in Science, Units of Measure, Chemistry
What is the amount of space taken up by an object?
The amount of space taken up or occupied by an object is its volume.
Which property measures the space taken up by an object?
The space taken up by an object is called volume.
Asked in Cell Biology (cytology)
How is the surface area-to-volume to a cell calculated?
Surface area and volume calculated separately. Then the ratio is taken
Asked in Science, Chemical Engineering
What is packing factor?
Packing factor is a dimensionless ratio that describes the amount of volume that a substance takes up in a particular volume. For example, if you have a box and you fill it with balls, the volume of the box is taken up by the balls and by the space in between the balls. The packing factor would be (volume of the balls)/(volume of the box). Packing factor is, among other things, relevant to the arrangement of atoms in different crystallographic structures. ...
Asked in Poptropica
How can you minimize the volume taken up by trash?
You push the trash down!!
how do I sell the precious metals once they are taken out of the catalytic converters?
You can take them to some jewelers and they will buy them.
Asked in Chemistry
What are the chemical symbols for silver and gold?
Gold and silver are known as precious metals. The chemical symbol for silver is AG, taken from the Latin word Argentum. The chemical symbol for gold is AU, taken from the Latin word Aurum. Symbols may be different in languages other than English. ...