A. One in soil depleted of bacterial and fungal associates or
B. one in soil with numerous, diverse bacterial and fungal species.
WHY!2 AnswersBiology1 year ago
Determine the amount of heat (in kJ) associated with the production of 1.38x10^4g of NO2 according the following equation:?
2 NO(g) + O2(g)--> 2NO2(g)
ΔH = −114.6 kJ/mol.
my answer I got was 1.72x10^4kj and it keeps saying it is wrong, what am I doing wrong!. Please help4 AnswersChemistry2 years ago
A gas expands and does PV work on its surroundings equal to 345 J. At the same time, it absorbs 141 J of heat from the surroundings.?
Calculate the change in energy of the gas. Note: PV work means work done by a changing volume against constant pressure.
IT IS NOT -204X10^2. IT SAYS IT IS WRONG. I KEEP GETTING THE SAME ANSWER.2 AnswersChemistry2 years ago
The atomic masses of 10B and 11B are 10.012938 and 11.009305amu. The average atomic mass of Boron is 10.811amu. Calculate the natural?
abundances of these two isotopes.
Calculate the kinetic energy of an electron ejected by a photon with wavelength 1.97x10^2nm from a metal with a binding energy of 3.41eV?
Enter your answer in scientific notation.
What is the value of ni for an electron that emits a photon of wavelength 92.38nm when it returns to the gourd state in the H atom?
6. I got a weird answer of like 7.9249.
If you allow one pound of carbon dioxide to sublime (change from CO2(s) to CO2(g) at room conditions roughly 1 atm and 25C?
What volume would it occupy?2 AnswersChemistry2 years ago
The three top components of natural gas are Methane (CH4), ethane(C2H6)and propane (C3H8). Given your results for molar mass , which do you?
think is the most prevalent of the three compounds?
Sodium peroxide (Na2O2)is used to remove carbon dioxide from(and add oxygen to) the air supply in spacecrafts. It works by reaching CO2?
in the air to produce sodium carbonate(Na2CO3) and O2.
2Na2O2(s)+2 CO2(g)--> 2 Na2CO3(s)+O2(g).
What volume in liters of CO2 can be consumed at STP by 735g Na2O2?
Use molecular orbital theory to determine whether F2^2+ is paramagnetic or diamagnetic and calculate it's bond order?
I have F2^2+ as paramagnetic, but I dont know how to calculate the bond order. Can someone help me
Chemistry help! Marisa measures her tire pressure on her recumbent bike one morning when it was 41.0 degrees Fahrenheit and finds it to be?
55PSI. Later that afternoon it is 77.0 degrees Fahrenheit what should the pressure be at that time of the afternoon.3 AnswersChemistry2 years ago