How many bugs will you collect in five minutes
Imagine you are driving at speed 60 mph through air filled with bugs at concentration 1 per cubic meter. The windshield is a flat panel of area 2 m^2, perpendicular to the ground. How many bugs will you collect in 5 min?
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Calculate the [H3O+] of the following polyprotic acid solution: 0.340M H3PO4 . and calculate the ph 2) Calculate the [H3O+] and pH of the following polyprotic acid solution: 0.360M H2C2O4 and calculate the pH
You carefully add 1.25x10 to the 4 joules of heat energy to the sample and find that its temperature rises 18.0 degrees Celsius. what is the samples specific heat?
A 25.00 mL portion of 0.100M Ag+ is added to a solution containing 0.0010 mole of Cl-. This solution is then titrated with 0.0500M SCN- to the end point. Calculate the volume of SCN- is required for the titration.
A solution of sodum hydroxide is standardized against potassium hydrogen phthalate (molecular mass = 204.224 g mol-1). From the following data, calculate the molarity of the NaOH solution.
The change in enthalpy (delta S standard) for a reaction is -31.7 kJ/mol. The equilibrium constant for the reaction is 4.4×103 at 298 K. What is the equilibrium constant for the reaction at 644 K?
the calculated H neutzn be higher, lower, or the same as the literature H neutzn? briefly explain this difference as a result of using only one graduated cylinder for the experiment
which is a base that has a pKb=5.9 and FW= 121.1g/mole 1) what mass of A do you need? 2) what type of reagent do u need to add? 3) what ratio of the base to its conjugate acid is present in the final buffer
What is the molar solubility of lead II bromide in 0.5M potassium bromide solution? what is the molar solubility of lead II bromide in 0.5M lead II nitrate solution?
In niobium (Nb) metal, the valence orbitals are the 5s, 4d, and 5p orbitals. If the bonding in Nb metal is described used band theory, what fraction of the band would be filled with electrons?
Rearrange the equation discovered by Balmer to solve for n2 (get n2 by itself): 1/? = R(1/2^2 - 1/n^2) where: ? = is the wavelength of the photon (E=hc/?) R = Rydberg's constant (1.0974x10^7 m^-1) n1 and n2 are integers where n2 > n1.
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