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Making Molecules Real: DNA, Toilet Paper, and Tape

I am home tutoring again after a long break when I was developing textbooks and other educational materials. When I returned to Wyzant, I found all these new features and doodads, including this blog function, so I figured why not tell a story about a previous rewarding tutoring experience? DNA is a long, thin molecule, a polymer, made up of monomers joined together. My student understood... read more

At 1 atm, how much energy is required to heat 49.0 g of H2O(s) at –10.0 °C to H2O(g) at 129.0 °C? (answer)

Hi Diane, When you heat ice at −10.0 °C until it becomes superheated steam at 129.0 °C, you are proceeding through several steps, and you have to take the time and make the calculations to account for each of those steps. In a general sense, adding thermal energy to H2O or any other...

It sounds like you might be in a linear algebra course or maybe you're taking an advanced algebra or precalculus course. There are several different expected ways to answer this question depending on which course you're taking and the material you've learned so far. A cumbersome-but-most-likely-to-be-familiar...

Liquid sodium is being considered as an engine coolant. How many grams of liquid sodium (minimum) are needed to absorb 8.30 MJ of energy (in the form of heat) (answer)

I would use the unit-factor method to solve this question, but formulas are easier to write about. The relevant formula to use is:   Q = (CP)(delta-T)(n) where Q is the heat energy transferred into or out of a material, CP is the heat capacity of the material, delta-T is the temperature...

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