- Some questions frequently asked by houseowners : chemistry scavenger hunt?
♥ hey guys! i have to do this scavenger hunt and find these items listed example: acid=? acid=lemon juice can someone please help me find easy-to-find items that are 1. an electrochemical cell 2. element with atomic number 6 (carbon) 3. element famous for great conductivity and malleable 4. an element with atomic number 50 (tin) 5. solid-liquid solution 6. an alkali metal 7. a hydrocarbon 8. salt produced when magnesium hydroxide reacts with sulfuric acid 9. label from a bottle of acetylsalicylic acid 10. an alloy of elements #29 & #30 11. alkaline earth metal 12. products of saponification 13. dihydrogen monoxide 14. compound with at least 3 different elements there are 50 of them, i just ask the ones that i could not find anywhere!!! can someone please help me?!? i really need your help! :(if neon is a very common element in the universe but rare on the earth and it exists as a colorless gas .?
♥ where would u find it in he universe??????????????? , on earth i already no, ( its in nour atmosphere not visible by the naked human eye) so like william ramsay did u have to cool it in a jar then boil it and collect the gases rising from it then you will get 3 different vgases krypton, xenon & neon .scientific/significant contributions of :?
♥ what are the scientific/significant contributions of : svante arrhenius william ramsay theodore william richardswhat is polonium? is it poisonous?