What would likely be the decomposition products
If the reaction of Mo(CO)6 with mesitylene was conducted in the presence of air, what would likely be the decomposition products?
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Which mixture would not be expected to be homogeneous? pentanol and hexane, KBr and water, acetic acid and methanol, ethylene glycol and water, octane and heptane?
The acid equilibrim constant (k) for benzoic acid is 6.46 X 10 ^5. Note that this calculatio doesn't account for the benzoic acid that has precipitated from solution, but you can assume that the higher the ration, the more benzoic acid will precip
Starting with initial concentrations of 0.400 M and .600 Mconcentrations of nitrogen and hydrgon respectively, the abovereaction is allowed to come to equilibrium
Assuming the volumes of all gases in the reaction are measured at the same temperature and pressure, calculate the volume of water vapor obtainable by the explosive reaction of a mixture of 725 mL of hydrogen gas and 325 mL of oxygen gas.
A 249-gram sample of water is heated from 2 degrees C to 85degrees C. Calculate the amount of heat absorbed (in kJ) by the water.
It is interesting to compare the energy produced by fission to that produced by combustion. When carbon burns to produce carbon dioxide, 394 kJ/molof energy is released.
Question: How many "average" collisions with hydrogen nuclei would a 1 MeV neutron need to undergo before it becomes a "slow" neutron?
A typical root beer contains 0.13% of a 75%H3PO4 solution by mass. How many milligrams of phosphorous are contained in a 12-oz can of this rootbeer? Assume a solution density of 1.00 g/mL, also, 1 oz=29.6 mL.
What effect would the incomplete drying of a sample (for example, the incomplete removal of a recrystallization solvent) have on the melting point?
Calcualte the concentration of lycopene given that the molar absorption of lycopene at 471 nm is 1.85 x 10^4. B). calculate the mass of lycopene in 3. 0 ml of the solution having the concentration you calculated in (a).
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