Would you put sodium silicate in your car?
No, I would never use any stop leak chemical like that.
Its Sodium Silicate, when this chemical is heated it turns into a glass like substance They drain the oil and put the solution in the oil pan and run the car till it hardens and the engine will not run.
You put out a sodium fire by depriving it of oxygen
Cheese companies generally use powdered cellulose and/or food starch and/or calcium carbonate. Sodium Aluminum Silicate is an anti-caking agent that may be used, however.
Silicate is the largest mineral group because it is the most plentiful and least expensive and they put the minerals in everything.
The sodium will burn voilently. If sodium is even put in with a small amount of oxygen, this may cause a voilent reaction. sodium may make three substances. sodium peroxide sodium oxide sodium superoxide. it all depends on the amount of them both and the pressure. if too much pressure is done, a slightly different substance will form or it will disappear and you will get a wrong answer.
The substance is "Road Salt" or coarse sodium chloride.
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i think that bicarbonate would react with acid, so put a bit of vinegar on
Probably, but it would serve no purpose.
How is it possible that you can eat sodium and chlorine in a compound together when they are dangerous elements apart?
It is possible because sodium and chlorine put together is a harmless compound. If you were to put chlorine and bleach together, that would be a different story.
Blue litmus turns red in acid. Sodium carbonate solution is alkaline (basic), so nothing will happen when blue litmus is put into this. Red litmus will turn blue if added to sodium carbonate.
If they would have put a rear seat in it the car would have been to long to be considered a sports car.
when you put a base like baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) on or in an acid the acid level will eventually dilute and acid level would decrease
Yes, when put in water the sodium would dissociate and form electrolytes.
That would depend on the make and model of the car.
Both are cations, so, unless you mean Silicon in a bonded anionic form, such as Silicate, I think you're whistling Dixie. Too, Potassium is in such a ionic, or disassociated state, you couldn't put it together that way. Maybe something like "Calcium Potassium Silicate"...
It wasn't put in the car right, or at all.
Obviously, sodium chloride is the salt we put onn our food and with out the compound (sodium chloride) we would not have seasoning on our food. Its a major ingredient in edible salt and is commonly used that is why its the most important compound out all others.
Yes, it has to be stored in kerosene oil or it will catch fire.
To become stable. Without the sharing or "loaning" of electrons atoms would become very reactive. Pure sodium put into water would explode, but when sodium is combined with Chlorine, it produces Sodium Chloride (NaCl) otherwise known as common table salt.
Concept cars are typically a one-off thing for car shows, and not put into production for sale to the public, whereas a car which is put into production for sale to the public would be a production car.
They would have a very strong disagreement, but there would be no chemistry between them, so no compound.
Petrol is called Gasoline in the USA.
No. The plates need to be on the same car they are registered to, so you can't go take the plates off a car of a dead person and put them on a different car. Let's say you inherit the car so you would go have the car put in your name and the plates would stay on the car but in your name. If you took the plates off a car to use on… Read More
The car has automatic door locks that lock when the car is put in drive and unlock when the car is put in park. What would stop the doors from automatically unlocking when you put the car in park?
There are four ways to program most of these locks; refer to your owners manual for the proper sequence.
My guess would be a broken transmission.
2Na (s) + 2HCl (aq) --> 2NaCl (aq) + H2 (g) When sodium is added to hydrochloric acid, the sodium quickly dissolves and you can see some colorless gas bubbles.
Sodium and Chlorine when those two are put together you get Sodium Chloride
For magnesium fires sodium chloride and powdered copper are used.
if you were to put sodium metal into hydrochloric acid i would suggest that you wear a full hazmat suit and bomb disposal gear. sodium metal is highly reactive and so is hydrochloric acid, mixing the two would produce a fairly large explosion. if you wish to create sodium chloride i suggest that you attempt a less dangerous route such as the slow addition of hydrochloric acid to a moderately dilute sodium hydroxide solution, this… Read More
Sushi itself is low in sodium. Salt is not added to sushi as it is put together. Many people put soy sauce on sushi, which adds a lot of sodium.
If the engine was void of any oil it would seize in the matter of minutes and yes the car would not work.
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This vehicle has seating for 7 passenger, you should not put a car in the front seat and I think it would be safer to only utilize the seats that have a shoulder strap to help secure the car seat in the car. That would leave you with 4.
Sodium chloride is easily dissolved.
Sodium metal is very reactive.
Sodium chloride. LOTS of sodium chloride.
Because it's a base, and will react with your dead skin, effectively exfoliating it.
it will seize up
A large car is not economical, an economical car is not large. The only way to combine the two is put a small engine into a large car. This would be expensive and performance would be very poor.
If you have put the log book in your name then the car is yours so if any damage would happen you would have to pay.
Sodium will react with water to produce sodium hydroxide (NaOH) and water.
Sodium and chlorone ar toxic and corrosive; sodium chloride is an additive for taste improvement.
The same fuel you would put in an all-petrol car.
You would have to use propane. If it were possible to use natural gas (methane), the car would have to be re-calibrated to use it.
When 10g of sodium is put into 100g of water the reaction produces 109.6g of sodium hydroxide solution why does it not add up?
When 10g of sodium are put into 100g of water, the reaction produces only 109.6g of sodium hydroxide because of the sodium's solvency. Some of the sodium is displaced in the reaction, and this is why it does not seem to add up.
It would be a very foolish move to put a friend on your car insurance because if they have an accident you will have to pay any expenses. This also includes letting a friend use your car.
You would apply force to the accelerator to make the car go faster.
the slice you put in the salt will become watery because the salt has sodium in it. the sodium will pull the juice out of the apple
put magnets and put magnets on a car and put magnets on a car and put the car on the road and put the magnets on the road and put the magnets touch the magnets on the road and on the car