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  • Waiting for answer What is the difference between ionic and covalent bonds?

    Ionic bonds are created by electrochemical attraction between atoms of opposite charges, while molecular bonds (aka covalent bonds) are created by atoms sharing electrons in order to complete the rule of octet. An ionic compound is created through the electrochemical attraction between a positively...

  • Waiting for answer How do you know when to use L'hospital's rule twice?

    L'hospital's rule is used when an initial evaluation of a limit results in an indeterminate form such as ##0/0## or ##(+-oo)/(+-oo)## If, after application of L'hospital's rule, your limit evaluation produces another indeterminate form you apply L'ospital's rule again. L'hospital's rule st...

  • Waiting for answer How do I convert 101 degrees fahrenheit into degrees celsius...

    ##38.33^0C## Use the formula to convert Fahrenheit into Celsius: ##color(red)(""^0C=(""^0F-32)*5/9## So, lets do the conversation: ##""^0C=(""^0F-32)*5/9=(101-32)*5/9=69*5/9=color...

  • Waiting for answer How do functional groups affect the structure and function o...

    The functional groups determine the shapes of macromolecules and this in turn determines their functions. Functional groups affect the bonds that hold a macromolecule together. For example, the ring forms of glucose in starch and cellulose have different configurations. As a result, cellulose and s...

  • Waiting for answer ##Pb(NO_3)_(2(aq))+HCl_((aq))## Write the equation and the n...

    Balanced Molecular Equation: ##"Pb(NO"_3)_2("aq")## + ##"2HCl"("aq")## ##rarr## ##"PbCl"_2("s")## + ##"2HNO"_3("aq")## Net Ionic Equation: ##"Pb"^(2+)("aq")## + ##"2Cl"^(-)("aq")## ##rarr## ##"PbCl"_2("s")##...

  • Waiting for answer How do you determine which fraction is greater 3/7 or 4/9?

    To compare the value of the fractions, convert the fractions using a common denominator and then compare the numerators. The larger numerator is the fraction that has the larger value. ##3/7 ## ___ ##4/9## Common denominator is 63 or ##7*9##. ##3/7*9/9=27/63## ##4/9*7/7=28/63## Because 28...

  • Waiting for answer What is the difference between ‘Situational Irony’ and ‘Verb...

    see below Situational irony involving a situation in which the outcome is contrary to what was expected. Verbal irony is when the speaker intends to mean something that contrasts wit...

  • Waiting for answer What is adiabatic calorimetry?

    Adiabatic (from Greek a- "not", –dia- "through, batos "passable") is calorimetry in which no heat is exchanged with the surroundings. A runaway reaction occurs when it produces hea...

  • Waiting for answer How many inches is there in 1/8th of a yard?

    There are ##4 1/2## inches in ##1/8## yard. In ##1## yard we have ##3## feet and in each feet we have ##12## inches. So we have ##3xx12=36## inches in each yard. Hence in ##1/8## y...

  • Waiting for answer What are exons and introns? What is the difference between t...

    Introns and exons are parts of genes. Exons code for , whereas introns do not. A great way to remember this is by considering introns as intervening sequences and exons as expressed...

  • Waiting for answer What is nuclear transmutation?

    occurs when atoms of one element are converted into atoms of a different element. Back in the very old days, alchemists believed that they could turn iron or lead into gold (or said they could, anyhow, in order to get people to give them money). They couldn't, which made the people who gave them...

  • Waiting for answer What is the possessive noun in the sentence, "Baseball" rule...

    As written, none of the words are possessive . However, if we change the word "baseball" to "baseball's", then "baseball's" is a possessive noun. A possessive noun is: a noun (perso...

  • Waiting for answer How is buoyant force related to weight?

    Buoyant force is related to weight, but not to the weight of the object that is experiencing the buoyant force. Buoyant force is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the object experiencing a buoyant force. Note that the word fluid was used above, not water or liquid. Buoyant forces exist...

  • Waiting for answer What do you mean by ion product? What is the definition for...

    The ion product of water is simply the product of the characteristic cation and anion of water, ##K_w = [OH^-][H^+]##. The ion product is simply another equilibrium expression. It h...

  • Waiting for answer What is a non-conformist?

    A nonconformist is a person who does not act or behave the way most people perform normally.

  • Waiting for answer How did the Commercial Revolution lead to the Age of Explora...

    I am not sure I would agree with the cause/effect implications of the stated question The Age of Exploration brought about the vast commercial development of the 16th and 17th centur...

  • Waiting for answer How would you find the average atomic mass of sulfur from th...

    ##"32.063 u"## The average of a chemical element is calculated by taking into account the atomic masses of its naturally occuring and their respective abundances. ##color(blue)("...

  • Waiting for answer According to Avogadro's law, as the number of moles of gas i...

    According to Avogadro's law, as the number of moles of gas increases the volume also increases. Avogadro Law gives the relationship between volume and amount when pressure and temper...

  • Waiting for answer What did James Polk mean when he declared "Fifty-four forty...

    He meant that under his administration, the US would accept a boundary between the US and British portions of the Oregon Territory no further south than the fifty-four forty line of latitude, or he would go to war with Britain. He did not deliver on this promise as the US/Britain boundary in the Ore...

  • Waiting for answer Define carbohydrates and identify their basic subunits?

    Hydrates of carbon are . Carbohydrates are the compounds of carbon, hydrgen and oxygen. Water is the coponent of carbohydrates and simple unit of ratio of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen...

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