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# Use the periodic table to find the molar mass of each element. molar mass h = g/mol molar mass s = g/mol molar mass o = g/mol   ### Another question on Chemistry Chemistry, 22.06.2019 01:30
Follow the steps provided in the simulation to add water to the graduated cylinder, select one of the three samples (copper, silver, or gold), set its mass to the values given in the statements below, and calculate its density. here is a summary of the steps required: add water by clicking and holding prepare a known volume of water button. until the desired volume of water has been added. if more than the desired volume is added, click the reset button. button and redo the procedure. a single click will add about 21.0 ml of water. to set the mass, click and hold weigh out metal button. until the desired amount of metal is added to the weighing pan. once the desired mass of the metal is added, release the button. transfer the metal to water and then click on calculate density button. to see how the density is calculated using water displacement to measure the volume of the solid. to save time you can approximate the initial volume of water to â±1 ml and the initial mass of the solid to â±1 g. for example, if you are asked to add 23 ml of water, add between 22 ml and 24 ml. which metals in each of the following sets will have equal density? check all that apply. Chemistry, 22.06.2019 11:00
Predict the products of the following acid-base reactions, and predict whether the equilibrium lies to the left or to the right of the reaction arrow.part ao2-(aq)+h2o(l)< => express your answer as part of a chemical equation. identify all of the phases in your answer.o2-(aq)+h2o(l) < => oh-(aq)+oh-(aq)part bpredict whether the equilibrium lies to the left or to the right of the equation in previous part.h2o is a stronger acid than oh–, so the equilibrium lies to the right.h2o is a weaker acid than oh–, so the equilibrium lies to the left.h2o is a stronger acid than oh–, so the equilibrium lies to the left.h2o is a weaker acid than oh–, so the equilibrium lies to the right.part cch3cooh(aq)+hs? (aq) < => express your answer as part of a chemical equation. identify all of the phases in your answer.ch3cooh(aq)+hs-(aq) < => h2s(aq)+c2h3o2-(aq)h2s(aq)+c2h3o2-(aq)part dpredict whether the equilibrium lies to the left or to the right of the equation in previous part.ch3cooh is a weaker acid than h2s, so the equilibrium lies to the right.ch3cooh is a weaker acid than h2s, so the equilibrium lies to the left.ch3cooh is a stronger acid than h2s, so the equilibrium lies to the right.ch3cooh is a stronger acid than h2s, so the equilibrium lies to the left.part eno2-(aq)+h2o(l) < => express your answer as part of a chemical equation. identify all of the phases in your answer.no2-(aq)+h2o(l) < => part fpredict whether the equilibrium lies to the left or to the right of the equation in previous part.hno2 is a stronger acid than h2o, so the equilibrium lies to the right.hno2 is a weaker acid than h2o, so the equilibrium lies to the left.hno2 is a stronger acid than h2o, so the equilibrium lies to the left.hno2 is a weaker acid than h2o, so the equilibrium lies to the right. Chemistry, 22.06.2019 11:00
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The diagram below shows the different phase transitions that occur in matter. which arrow represents the transition in which dew is formed?
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