90 Answered Questions for the topic chemical engineering

Chemical Engineering Science Chemistry Biochemistry

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a.A sealed container of an unknown gas has a volume of 2.5 L and a pressure of 5 atm at 25​o​C.How much gas is in the container?b.If the mass of the gas in the container is 40.5 g, what is the... more
Chemical Engineering Science Chemistry Physics

10d

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What ​mass​ of chlorine gas is contained in a 10.0 L container at 27°C and 3.50 atm of pressure?

10d

In the above equation how many moles of water can be made when 180.7 grams of HNO3 are consumed?

S   +   6 HNO3  -->  H2SO4  +  6 NO2  +   2 H2OIn the above equation how many moles of water can be made when 180.7 grams of HNO3 are consumed?Round your answer to the nearest tenth. If you... more

10d

(Chemistry) Mass-to-Mole Conversion

For the reaction C + 2H2 → CH4, how many moles of hydrogen are needed to make 152.5 grams of methane, CH4 ?Round your answer to the nearest tenth. If you answer is a whole number like 4, report the... more

10d

In the above equation how many moles of N2 can be made when 188.7 grams of CuO are consumed?

2 NH3  +  3 CuO  --> 3 Cu  +  N2  +   3 H2OIn the above equation how many moles of N2 can be made when 188.7 grams of CuO are consumed?Round your answer to the nearest tenth. If you answer is a... more
Chemical Engineering Chemistry

12d

dissolved oxygen

What is the solubility of oxygen in water in contact with air when the atmospheric pressure is 0.88 atm, the temperature is 16oC, and the chloride concentration is 1000 mg/L?
Chemical Engineering Math Science Biology

18d

Calculate enthalpy change

Given the following two reactions:(1)Pb(s) + Cl2(g)PbCl2(s)     H(1) = -359.4 kJ(2)Mg(s) + Cl2(g)MgCl2(s)     H(2) = -641.3 kJcalculate the enthalpy change for the following reaction:(3) Pb(s) +... more
Chemical Engineering Math Science Biology

18d

Calculate enthalpy

The following reaction is exothermic. N2(g)+H2(g)+3O2(g)=2HNO3(g) deltaH(1)=-270kjcalculate the enthalpy change for the reaction of the elements to form one mole of HNO3(g). 1/2N2(g)+1/2H2(g)+3/2... more
Chemical Engineering Math Science Chemistry

03/13/21

SOS! Please help with rate law problem!

Step 1 : A + B → C + E (slow) Step 2 : B + E → D (fast)Predict the rate law if step 1 is slow.
Chemical Engineering Chemistry Physics Biochemistry

03/03/21

What kinetic energy, 𝐸k , must the electrons have in order to resolve a protein molecule

To resolve an object in an electron microscope, the wavelength of the electrons must be close to the diameter of the object. What kinetic energy ,𝐸k, must the electrons have in order to resolve a... more

03/03/21

Maximum mass of an object

Assuming that the smallest measurable wavelength in an experiment is 0.430 fm, what is the maximum mass of an object traveling at 913 m⋅s−1 for which the de Broglie wavelength is observable?
Chemical Engineering Chemistry Organic Chemistry Chem

02/23/21

Concentration of sulfuric acid and balanced equation

Write the balanced neutralization reaction that occurs between H2SO4 and in KOH aqueous solution. Phases are optional.Suppose 0.250 L of  0.500 M of H2SO4 is mixed with 0.200 L of  0.240 M KOH.... more
Chemical Engineering Chemistry Organic Chemistry Chem

02/23/21

Net ionic equation

Write the net ionic equation for the chemical reaction shown. Include physical states.HClO2(aq)+NaOH(aq)⟶H2O(l)+NaClO2(aq)
Chemical Engineering Math Algebra 1 Algebra 2

02/09/21

Which of the following statements is TRUE?

The different isotopes of an element are always equally abundant. Atoms of different elements may have the same mass numbers. The identify of an atom cannot be determined solely by its atomic... more
Chemical Engineering Math Algebra 1 Algebra 2

02/09/21

How many zinc atoms are contained in 354 g of zinc?

How many zinc atoms are contained in 354 g of zinc?!
Chemical Engineering

02/08/21

If gold is selling presently for $1000.00/oz how much would 1 cubic inch of gold be worth?

Given: 1 inch= 2.54 cm; 1 oz: 28.3 g. Density of gold: 19.5 g/cm^3
Chemical Engineering Calculus Differential Equations

01/29/21

How do I find the analytical solution to this differential equation and then plot H vs t?

(v12)/2g * (1 - 1/B4) = - (H + L)wherev1 = - dH/dt and H(to) = Ho
Chemical Engineering Physics

01/26/21

Please show all your work and step. Please write clear

Earth = 9.8 meters per second squared [m/s^2] Earth's moon = 1.6 meters per second squared [m/s^2] Mars = 3.7 meters per second squared [m/s^2] A space probe is built with a mass of 1597... more
Chemical Engineering Science Chemistry Biochemistry

01/24/21

What happens when co2 is heated

Chemical Engineering Chemistry Analytical Chemistry

01/20/21

PLEASE HELP ME OUT ASAP !

Calculate the pCl of the mixture of 100.0 mL of 0,0500 M NaCl with 40.0 mL 0.100 M AgNO3 . Take account of the precipitate occurs when the solutions are mixed. PLEASE WRITE THE SOLUTION WITH FULL... more
Chemical Engineering Chemistry Electrical Engineering

12/23/20

General Chemistry

1. Draw cell diagrams of galvanic cells one of which Zn is the anode, the other − the cathode. Write the electrode reactions. Calculate E0cell. 2. Calculate the cell potential of Mg/Nigalvanic cell... more
Chemical Engineering Chemistry

12/14/20

Analyse the technical problems and design factors in the manufacture of oxygen and nitrogen

Please give a detailed analysis in about 400 words.
Chemical Engineering Chemistry Organic Chemistry Chem

11/22/20

please help on this questions

1.At what temperature was thermal equilibrium reached? How long did it take to arrive at this temperature?2.How does the temperature change within the first 60 seconds of the experiment? Within the... more
Chemical Engineering Chemistry

11/20/20

i need help on this

 Does the amount of energy released or absorbed by the system increase or decrease as the amount of CaCl2 is increased (from reaction 1 to reaction 2)? Explain.

11/19/20

i need help on this

help explain how it is possible for you to see the red ball?1# How does Figure 1 help explain how it is possible for you to see the red ball?

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