Journal: Prove It!
The illustration shows the mixing of two colorless aqueous solutions (lead nitrate and potassium
iodide) in a sealed flask to form a yellow precipitate (lead iodide) and a colorless solution
What is meant by the ph
Explore various web sites and research resources to answer the following questions:
1. How is radon formed?
It is formed by the natural decay of uranium in rock, soil and water.
2. Where is radon found on Earth?
It is found in
Position Essay on Nuclear Power
After hearing the news about a nuclear power plant that might be built in my
community, I have to say that I strongly disagree with this proposal. The cost to build one is
extravagant, it may be less pollutive than using co
Practice: Conservation of Mass-Energy
1. In 1 kilogram of pure water, the mass of hydrogen atoms is approximately 112 grams, or 0.112
kilograms. What is the energy equivalent of this mass in joules?
2. The amount