Water is a polar molecule. While the overall charge of the molecule is neutral, the orientation of the two positively charged hydrogens (+1 each) at one end and the negatively charged oxygen (-2) at the other end give it two poles. How is h20 polar? Water (H2O) is polar becauseRead More →

Maleic acid forms colorless prismatic crystals having a melting point of 130.5 °C. It exhibits a high solubility in water, amounting to 78.8 g per 100 ml of water at 25 °C and 392.6 g per 100 ml of water at 97.5 °C. Dissolved in water, maleic acid is aRead More →

Everyone knows that water is a readily available liquid that doesn’t burn, and therefore puts out fire, but have you ever thought about why that’s true? This doesn’t happen…. normally. Water is made of hydrogen and oxygen atoms, and both of these elements support combustion. At what temperature does waterRead More →

tubifex that were fed one of three different diets. We found that the performance of worms fed cow manure was poor and that growth and recruitment were best when they were fed either a commercial fish-flake food (Tetramin) or a commercial sinking fish feed containing spirulina Spirulina spp. Can tubifexRead More →

Wakeboarding will certainly give you your fix and is relatively quick to learn. Unlike most other watersports, wakeboarding has a satisfyingly steep learning curve and depending on your confidence and previous board experience, you can be popping ollies and carving up a watery storm even on your first go. HasRead More →

The story of Jesus walking on the water is meant to show us just as Jesus defies physical laws, so does he defy moral and spiritual laws to be with us. The laws of religion have always gone something like this: I must give to God, then he will giveRead More →

A small amount of liquid dilutes them, which stops the proteins from bonding too fast and tightly together. The more liquid you add, the softer and moist the curd. The more fat used, the more firm the texture. Water turns to steam, which helps the eggs puff up more, creatingRead More →

Phthalates with a higher molecular weight (HMW) are very slightly soluble in water; phthalates with a lower molecular weight (LMW) are reasonably soluble in water. Most common phthalate added to nail polish. Most widely-added phthalate to polyvinyl chloride (PVC) to make products flexible. Is diethyl phthalate water soluble? Diethyl phthalateRead More →