Homework problem, Chemistry

If you were to combine 120.0 mL of 0.100 M HCL with 3.25 grams of calcium metal, how many grams of hydrogen gas would you make?
Posted Date: 10/20/2012 6:01:56 PM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Homework problem, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Homework problem, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Homework problem Discussions

Write discussion on Homework problem
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
why f elememnts kept sepertaly in periodic table

Solubility - Physical charterstics of monocarboxylic acids       The lower most members of the aliphatic carboxylic acid family (upto C 4 ) are extensively soluble in water.

In addition, of hydrogen halides to the unsymmetrical alkens, Hydrogen is added to the carbon atom having of more number of hydrogen atoms and halide is added to the carbon atoms h

chemical reaction needed to lift a balloon

Titration introductions,Objective,Literature,Method ,Discussion ,Conclusion and References.

It is also possible to increase pressure. How does the pressure change influence the thermodynamic and kinetic properties of the reaction? The reaction can proceed at lower te


Anesthetics: It may be described as those drugs that generate insensibility to the major functions of all types of cell particularly of nervous system. Anesthetics may be categ

The molecular formula of chloride of a metal M is  MCl3 The formula of its carbonate would be: (1) MCO 3                                                    (2) M 2 (Co

what the uses of NH4Cl,NH4OH and HCL,H2S in qualitative analysis?