## Water Resources Question about ammonia and nitrogen for a small experiment

Hello! I am trying to set up a small experiment for my class but I am stuck on a problem. We have three saltwater tanks, with the following measurements: The first tank will have a pH... How will water decompose at 3300K and at 40atm.

I know water thermally decomposes into monatomic oxygen and hydrogen as well as hydroxide and diatomic oxygen and hydrogen, as well as there being some water left over. I need to know the molar fraction...

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The values of Ksp of CaCO3 and CaC2O4 are 4.7 × 10–9 and 1.3 × 10–9 respectively at 25°C. If the mixture of these two is washed with water, what is the concentration of Ca2+ ions in water... water dripping

Water leaks from a tank at the rate of r(t) gallons per hour. The rate decreased as time passed, and values of the rate at two-hour time intervals are shown in the table below. The total amount of... Find the critical angle and the angle of emergence

A ray of light in water of Refractive index nw=1.33 is indecent on water-air interface.  a) Find the critical angle of reflection b) Find the angle of emergence at 40 degree angle of... Which one is the correct answer for it?

A typical residential hot water system that uses approximately 10 kWh(e)/d is replaced with an electricity-boosted solar hot water system that uses an average of 170 watts (W) of electrical power... Estimate the amount of solid 1 second later

Let f(t) be the weight (in grams) of a solid sitting in a beaker of water after t minutes have elapsed. Suppose that the solid dissolves in such a way that the rate of change (in grams/minute)... Why isn't water flammable?

Fish don't breath water, they breathe dissovled oxygen that is in the water. Because pure oxygen is quite flammable, and pure oxygen is dissolved in water, why isn't water flammable? I'm... Hydrolysis Written by tutor Kathie Z. Just as the study of water is “hydrology”, hydrolysis means water + separation. Most often, you will be studying the breaking of chemical bonds by adding a water molecule which means the substance you are observing is breaking down. This process involves several Chemistry steps that you have already learned: balancing equations breaking... read more Properties of Water Written by tutor Sarah V. Water is found all throughout nature, and is a necessary component in nearly all organic reactions. It is the most abundant compound on the surface of the planet. The majority of water on Earth is sea water, and water is also present as solid ice and invisible gaseous clouds. All life on Earth requires water to survive, and it is speculated... read more