What are the future uses for the element neon?

no matter what in the future you will still use neon for advertisement signs.

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Is oil hydroscopic?

No, but brake fluid is.

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What is anodising?

Electro coating an object

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Give an example of a heterogeneous mixture?

Any uneven mixture would be heterogeneous. A collection of differently sized marbles.

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How do you know that oxy-acetylene hoses are flame retardant?

They aren't, which is why you should never have them laying near your work area. What I do is drape them over my shoulder and keep them behind me.

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What is the difference between mother and daughter CNG station?

Online Station:Online stations are directly connected with the Natural Gas Pipeline. At online station, natural Gas is received at a pressure of 19 barg and then compressed upto a pressure of 250 barg with the help of a reciprocating compressor in order to enhance the on board storage capacity of...

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Does gasoline freeze?

Yes but it is at -40 degrees to -60 degrees Celsius

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What are the two kinds of fermentation?

alcolic and lyctic lol

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How does wax seal help to protect the car from rusting?

oxygen in the air and water react with the metal of the car to form rust.. the wax forms a waterproof layer which makes it harder for substances to reach the metal.. therefore leaving it unreacted :)

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What is the density of the acid in a car battery if 200 mL of the acid has a mass of 240 g?

density = mass / volumeGiven mass = 240 g = 240*10^-3 kgvolume = 200 mL = 200*10^-6 m^3Hence density = 1.2*10^3 kg/m^3Or 1200 kg/m^3

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Example of chemistry in areas of human needs?

shelter,food,clothes,[email protected]

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Dalton atomic model?

t was in the early 1800s that John Dalton, an observer of weather and discoverer of color blindness among other things, came up with his atomic theory. Let's set the stage for Dalton's work. Less than twenty years earlier, in the 1780's, Lavoisier ushered in a new chemical era by making careful q...

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What prevents rust?

wax, antifreeze, paint or oil

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What does it mean when your water is boiling out of the radiator bottle but temperature is normal?

check your radiator cap chances are it isn't any good and you need to replace it because it isn't holding pressure.

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What is the freezing point for gasoline in a car?

Gasoline will freeze anywhere between -120F and -240F depending on the amount of ethanol and detergents and other fluorocarbons in the gasoline.

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Is tellurium corrosive?

When it's in it's molten state, tellurium can be corrosive to copper, iron, and stainless steal.

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If thermostat and timing and water is circulating right what would make a tbi 350 get hot at first and then whenit opens work fine after that unless its cold?

either faulty thermostat not opening soon enuff, or wrong temperature thermostat still not opening soon enuff

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Is petrol being used in a car engine a chemical change?

Of course, it is a chemical change.

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What metal is used to make a car and why?

steel and cast iron for strength, aluminum for light weight, copper or electronics are most common

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Which two elements form rust?

Fe2O3 is the answer you look for. In other words Iron + Oxygen = Rust

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Are petrochemicals good?

that depends. bit of a vague question

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What are the uses for rubidium?

Rubidium 82 is used to enhance the images taken of the heart (myocardial perfusion) during PET/CT scans. It is typically used for overweight patients because Rb 82 emits to 511 keV photons while Tc99m only emits a 140 keV ray, this able to penetrate the body cavity with ease.

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What type of plastic are dashboards made from?

Vacuum forming uses ABS plastic sheet, I believe this is what dashboards are made from

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What is dichlorodifluoromethane?

I know it is an additive used in gasoline and some other petroleum products. Do a google search on it. The above answer is incorrect. It was a refrigerant and aerosol spray propellant until its manufacture was discontinued in 1995. It was usually sold under the brand name Freon-12.

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What is the H3O plus ion concentration of a solution whose pH is 11?

pC of H30+ at pH 11 is also 11, so concetration will be 10-11 mol/l (anti-log of -11)

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How can you fight rust under your car?

Clean completely and then undercoat

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What is polyethylene and why is it used so frequently?

Polyethylene is a plastic made out of long chains of ethylene groups - its formula is [C2H4]n, with the n meaning there can be as many ethylenes as you want. It is used so frequently because it's easy to work with, it's very inexpensive and it's versatile.Polyethylene (or polyethene) is the polym...

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How do you prevent a car body from rusting?

Painting will be a good option to prevent rusting.

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What is the octane number for isooctane?

Iso-octane (2,2,4-Trimethylpentane) is the isomer that is the standard for the 100 point octane rating scale (the zero point is n-heptane). Higher octane numbers are now possiblethrough additives, but 100 percent iso-octane has the rating of 100.

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Why does an airbag inflate?

Gas is created, increasing n; and The added gas increases the pressure and then the volume of the airbag. for my fellow cheaters out there

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How corrosive is coke?

It melts the skin by brayden

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What is a Chamois cleaner used for?

a soft pliable leather made from skin of sheep, goats,deer. these days they can produce synthetic versions. used to clean cars with generally. If you are asking how to clean a chamois? The best way to clean your chamois after use is to rinse in out in a clean water. If you choose, you may add a m...

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What is the amount of gaseous fuel needed for a single stroke in an internal combustion engine?

depends on the cc of the combustion chamber

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What instantly removes oxidation from headlight lens?

I used a product called (Pittman's Onestep), it's a liquid deoxidizer that wipes that film off instantly, just never use sandpaper on your lense, they'll turn eventually turn yellow. Go to www.ibc34.com/onestep

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What is an internal combustion car?

An internal combustion car has an internal combustion engine in it. Except for some electric cars, all cars made today are like this.

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What is the power source of external combustion engines?

The power source is the expansion of the working fluid in turn producing thrust.

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How do you prevent deforstation?

you can help perevent defrostation by phooing

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Is the chemical reaction for the combustion of hydrogen endothermic or exothermic?

Exothermic!Gosh. I had to change two answers which said "Endothermic"

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Why does fog form on bathroom mirrors and car windows?

Fog forms on bathroom mirrors and car windows when the water vapor in the air condenses on the glass. This is due to the temperature difference between the glass and the air.

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What is virgin solvent?

A solvent that has not diluted any solute yet. (In other words, a substance that has not absorbed or dissolved away any other substance) Example: Kool-Aid in water.

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What kind of energy is Gasoline changed to when it is burned in an engine?

Gasoline isn't changed into energy, because it is matter, and matter only changes form (it turns into carbon monoxide among other things). However, if what you are asking is, what kind of energy is produced when gasoline is burned in an engine, then you get kinetic energy (the heat builds pressur...

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What is the two elements that make up rust?

Iron and oxygen are the two elements that make up rust.

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What makes hydrogen an ideal gas for car fuel?

Advantages of hydrogen (for fueling a car) :-

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What is rapid combustion?

A combustion reaction which takes place at a high speed and with the release of a huge amount of heat and light is known as rapid combustion.

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What are neutralisation reactions?

Neutralization reactions are those that involve acids and bases. The products formed in a neutralization reaction is a salt and water.

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Why do they use only white and yellow paint on roadways?

Several reasons.Lowest cost colors. Longest lasting colors. Very visible under most conditions. Other colors would more likeyl confuse or not been seen by people who are color blind. While they may not see the difference between white and yellow, at least they don't blend into the road surface as...

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How do you stop the water in a car from freezing?

In the winter, when the temps go below freezing, there should not be any water in a car. It should be antifreeze, actual windshield wiper fluid, etc.... This will prevent any freezing.

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Why is water dripping from the back of your 95 Chevy Caprice?

I had the same problem with my caprice a few weeks back. The water shouldn't be dripping from the back, it should be dripping on the rear passenger side floor board. That is caused by the heater core being bad, which is causing the water to seek through the carpet and drip out the back floor board.

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What happens when a solid turns to a liquid?

Acctually the molicules inside thee solid start getting faster and separate and once they are far enough apart they go into a liquid state

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When your car moves along the highway at a constant velocity the net force is 0 why then do you continue running your engine?

You continue running the engine to overcome the friction of the ground and the drag of the air.

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Role of humidity on corrosion?

Humidity is a big cause of corrosion of metal surfaces. It speeds the process along quite a bit.

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How much does neon weigh?

2340ish pounds curb weight

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What are the two kinds of combustion?

Complete and incomplete.Combustion is a reaction, correct? Take this classic combustion reaction: CH4 + 5O2 -> 4CO2 + 2H2O. In technical terms, combustion is only complete if all the methane and all the oxygen are used up in the reaction. In practical terms we consider combustion complete if a...

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How much hydrogen does it take to drive a car?

It depends how far you want to go, how fast, and how big your car is! But when you ask a vague question you get a vague answer... a lot. The energy density of hydrogen is much lower than gasoline, even when it is highly compressed.

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Why does corrosion rate of no value on localized corrosion?

in my opinion, the value of corrosion rate obtained from certain reading is generally determine general corrosion rate, regardless what type of corrosion occur on a specific surface.in localized corrosion, where only some spots on surface is exposed to corrosion and other may be covered by film a...

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What is the Viscosity of Oil and Other Liquids?

Determine Flow RateProblem- What is the rank from the most viscous to the least viscous? (Molasses, glycol, motor oil, ethyl alcohol.)Hypothesis- If we test the viscosity of all the liquids, then from the least viscous to the most viscous it would be ethyl alcohol, motor oil, glycol and molasses....

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Why are metals in cars and aeroplanes different?

Airplanes have to be lighter for obvious reasons. Strong but light metals are not cheap.

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Will aluminum turn black if caustic soda applied to it?

Pure aluminium will not. Others will, depending on the composition.

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Are Gasoline engines and diesel engines external or internal combustion engines?

They are both internal combustion engines

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How does antifogging work?

Anti-fog agents, also known as anti-fogging agents and treatments, prevent the condensation of water on a surface in the form of small droplets which resemble fog. Anti-fog treatments are often used for transparent glass or plastic surfaces in optics, such as the lenses and mirrors found in glass...

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Is carbon dioxide a pure compound?

Carbon dioxide is a pure compound in its nature. It is defined as a pure substance since there no other elements found in it.

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How does an automobile using 11.5 barrels of oil create 5 tons of carbon dioxide?

To obtain the number of grams of CO2 emitted per gallon of gasoline combusted, the heat content of the fuel per gallon is multiplied by the kg CO2 per heat content of the fuel. The average heat content per gallon of gasoline is 0.125 mmbtu/gallon and the average emissions per heat content of gaso...

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Composition of diesel?

The composition of diesel fuel is kerosene, oil, and ether. Diesel fuel also contains additives to help make it burn more efficiently and to keep the temperature cooler in the engine.

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What is the definition of combustion efficiency?

The ratio of optimum energy derived from the minimum use of fuel energy during combustion.

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What are the types of transport?

air transportland transportsea transportpipe Line transport

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What is the melting point of methyl ether?

Melting point of methyl ether is -138.5oC

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What gas is used to make bright city light?

The gas used in fluorescent lamps is argon.Also are used sodium vapors lamps (yellow light).The incandescent lamps have 93 % argon and 7 % nitrogen.Neon is used for red lamps.

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Is a car a shell structure?

This depends on the Definition of "Shell Structure"Most laypersons class a car as a shell structure. But for engineering purpose's?

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Chemical cleaner for oxidized car wiring?

If you are trying to spot clean, try common household vinegar... it removes all sorts of scale and build-up. either dip the ends of the wires in a small container, or spray it on with an old household cleaner spray bottle. Spray it on and let it soak for 15 minutes.

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Why does the air pressure inside the tires of a car increase when the car is driven?

Because, as you drive, the rolling friction of the road increase heat in the tires and that heat warms the air in the tire and the air expands , increasing the pressure. Manufactures, recommend a max psi COLD. They know that the pressure will rise after driving .

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What can happen if water is poured into engine oil by accident on 1998 Rover 216 SLi?

The oil and water will be whipped into a grey colored froth that will have the consistency of pudding. If the vehicle is operated like this for any time the oil will become too thick to circulate and the engine will suffer damage due to lack of lubrication.

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What is a good solution for dissolving rust or corrosion?

- - - - -phosphoric acid is very commonly used. It can be had as a paste called "Naval Jelly."

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What is eroison?

The Process of eroding in the bed

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Does rust stop work?

no, it's a waste of money

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Put cold water on hot engine why is there water coming out of tailpipe?

you could have a hole in one of your pipes or hoses that the water went throw.

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For every gallon of petrol used how much water is produced from the exhaust?

Well in a stoichiometric mixture you get about 9 moles of water for the 60.5 moles of fuel-air mixture you need for a homogenous mixture so about 15% if you're talking moles. For mass you'd have to do it by R.A.M which I can't be bothered to do right now.

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How do external combustion engines produce mechanical energy?

"External combustion engine" almost always means a steam engine. There are two kinds.Reciprocating steam engines have a boiler to make steam, a piston assembly for the steam to act against, and a flywheel for the piston assembly to turn. The first steam engines were "single acting" engines. You i...

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What is a combustion engine for?

Converting chemical energy energy into kinetic energy (ie movement).

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The source of thermal energy in an internal combustion engine?

The source of thermal energy in an internal combustion engine is from a combination of pressure (the piston compressing the air/fuel mixture), ignition of air/fuel mixture by spark plug (largest contributor), and friction of moving parts inside the engine.

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What is butyl?

Butylis the group C4H9- bit it can also be an abbreviation for butylrubber.

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What material is a solid saturated hydrocarbons?

These are compound out of many Carbon and Hydrogen atom,In a single bonded and non cyclic carbon chain with as much as possible (= 'saturated with') single bonded H atoms to the C atoms.

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How you separate a hydrogen gas from oxygen?

Introduce an electric current. You will need an annode and a cathode, separated by a given amount of space. Fill that space with water. When the electricity passes from annode to cathode (through the water) the current will split the hydrogen from the oxygen.

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How much in Kilograms does 1 liter of diesel weigh?

it weighs anything between 1 - 26,000 kgthe specific gravity of diesel is .92 the specific gravity of water is 1.0. One pure clean litre of water is then 1 kilogram this is what the metric system is based on :) so to answer the question one litre of diesel is 920 grams wat da bleep is 920 grams u...

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How does paint prevent rust?

Rust needs water and oxygen to occur and paint keeps both of these from coming in contact with the metal.

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What chemical will turn Rust into Metal the Best Many products on the market but which one will work?

RUST NEVER SLEEPS Corrosion is a complicated electrochemical process whereby a metal is converted to an oxide when exposed to a moist environment. Some metals, particularly bronze and brass, can form a stable protective corrosion layer, or patina, when they corrode. Iron, however, is highly susce...

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How does MacDonald's affect the environment?

To supply meat for their burgers they have to have space to keep their cattle and let them graze. Sometimes-mostly-there isn't enough space so they send people to chop down big areas of the forest therfore affecting the animals who live in trees, the food chain and lots more and when they have a ...

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Why is it called gas 87?

It's actually called 'unleaded gas'. Almost all cars have four cylinder gasoline engines, and some use regular unleaded and others premium unleaded fuel.The number, 87 in this case, is the octane rating of the fuel.

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What is the procedure you have to follow in case of a spillage?

It depends on what was spilled. Milk? Chemicals? Oil? The first thing to do is to contain the spill. This is important from milk to Oil. If you don't keep it from spreading, your problems will increase. If it is a chemical, look for the MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) information on the package...

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Lots of emissions water and smoke or vapor from exhuast?

You have a problem with your engine.

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What happens if you continue to pressurize water?

You end up with water that is under pressure. Time would have no affect on the process.

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How do you remove permanent marker pen from car paintwork?

You could try a bit of rubbing alcohol. It works pretty well on non-porous surfaces. If it has soaked into the surface, you may have to use a mild buffing compound, but this can have a negative effect on the overall surface and if you aren't careful you could go through the paint.

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Whats stopping the general use of hydrogen in cars?

Currently, hydrogen fuel cells are costly to produce and fragile.Freezing conditions are a major consideration because fuel cells produce water and utilize moist air with varying water content. Most fuel cell designs are fragile and cannot survive in such environments at startup but since heat is...

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Why is combustion of fuel a exothermic reaction?

Answer:In all exothermic reactions energy is released as the molecules combine to a less energetic state. In hypothermic (endothermic) reactions energy is absorbed and the molecules rise to a more energetic state.

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What is oxidation Like in chemistry what is oxidation state in NaN03?

Oxidation is loss of electrons. In sodium nitrate, the sodium lost 1 electron to the nitrate ion. The result is a neutral compound. The oxidation state of the compound is 0, no net charge. The oxidation state for the sodium is +1. The oxidation state for the nitrate is -1. 1 + (-1) = 0

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What does L6 mean on Kidde Carbon Monoxide Detector?

It means Levndointe 6 (latin) which basically means Carbon Monoxide VERY STRONG.

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Difference between IC and EC engines?

1)Combustion: The main difference is where the combustion takes places. In IC engines fuel combustion takes place inside the cylinder, whereas in EC engines it takes place outside the engine cylinder.2) The temperature and pressure in an IC engines is much higher than those of EC engines.3) IC en...

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What is the chemical composition of freon r12?

The chemical formula of Freon 12 is CCl2F2.

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What is caster metal?

A type of metal made espically for cars :)

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What does an internal combustion engine run on?

Internal combustion engines burn a fuel in the presence of oxygen in order to create thrust or compression (to drive an engine or turbine).The fuel can be any of the following (although there are others):PetrolDieselOilGasButaneMethaneKerosine

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What items are necessary for proper combustion?

Fuel, oxygen, and a means of igniting the fuel ie. spark-plug.

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