An electrolytic cellcontains a pair of inert metal electrodes in a solution containing 1.00 M nickel(II) sulfate at pH = 0.00. Hint: Recall that pH = -log10[H+]. The pH is increased gradually until the electrolysis product changes. What is the new product and at what pH does this...
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if a reaction between nickel (II) sulfate an d sodium hydroxide produces nickel (II) hydroxide and sodium sulfate and 4.4 moles of NaOH are used how many moles of the other reactants or products are used or produced? How do I set these problems up?
If a nickel contains 3.0 gram of copper and 1.2 gram of nickel How many kilograms of copper must be combines with 500 kilograms of nickel to make nickel coins?
If a nickel contains 3.9 gram of copper and 1.2 gram of nickel How many kilograms of copper must be combines with 500 kilograms of nickel to make nickel coins?
which 3 are correct a) if x= -10^4 then log10 x = -4 b)if x= 2^8 then log 2x = 8 c) log2 2= 4 d) if x= 3 then log10 3=x e) log 10 256-2log 10 16=0 f)log 10 (a-b)= log 10 a/log 10 b g) the gradient of the graph of y= 2e^x at x= 2 is 2e^2 h) the gradient of the graph of y= e^x at x...
Solvelog10(8 x) − log10(1 + √x) = 2for x.
How many liters of a solution containing 22% sugar and how many liters of another solution containing 31% sugar must be mixed together to make 680 liters of solution containing 27% sugar?
How many liters of a solution containing 22% sugar and how many liters of anothwer solution containing 31% sugar must be mixed together to make 680 liters of solution containing 27% sugar?
Two 4.0-cm-diameter aluminum electrodes are spaced 0.50 mm apart. The electrodes are connected to a 100 V battery. a.) What is the capacitance? b.) What is the magnitude of the charge on each electrode?
There's another hint underneath it says "Recall that B2(0) is the unit disk of radius 2 in R2 " I sort of understand it but not sure where to start. Problem 2 Show that1 B2(0) Hint: If you cannot get the desired estimate directly, try using domain decomposition.] 10...
not sure how to answer this.