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Chemistry

Asked by Abid · a month ago

Difference between bond energy and intermolecular energy?

Bond energy is the amount of energy required to break 1 mol of bonds, in order to separate atoms into their gaseous state. Bond energy depends on the radius of the atoms within the molecules. As the radius of the atoms increase the strength of the bond decreases. Bond energy also depends on the type of bonds present - for example the presence of sigma, pi and delta bonds. Bond energy can also be... more

Maths

Asked by Bex · 5 months ago

Make x the subject v+x=w?

Welcome to The Aslam Way - Make Math Simple So you need to get x on its own. The way to do is to inverse operation the +v (one step) v + x = w -v -v Final answer : x = w-v

Biology

Asked by 刘勋陽 · 5 months ago

Chemical bond and intermolecular bonds Is it the same? If not, tell me the difference?

Chemical bonds are like two people who are married. It will take a lot more energy (and money) to break them apart. And if they do break apart, they are never the same. Intermolecular bonds are like people who are dating. They are not really committed to each other and it takes less energy to break them apart, and they are pretty much the same when they break apart and will easily for new bonds.... more

Maths

Asked by Josh · 6 months ago

There are only yellow and orange sweets in a bag there are n yellow sweets and 25 orange sweets simon takes on at random and eats it he says the probability that it’s yellow is 7/10 show why this is incorrect?

You wouldn't be able to answer without knowing the total number of sweets in the bag. There are too many unknown variables in this question. Seems like the question is wrong in itself without guessing.

Maths

Asked by Tiago · 6 months ago

How many quarters are there in 5?

5 / 1/4 = 20 Or There are 4 quarters in 1. So there would be 20 quarters in 5. ( Multiply by 5)

Maths

Asked by Ryasha · 6 months ago

2 hours in minutes?

There are 60 minutes in an hour. So, 60x2=120 minutes

University of Warwick graduate - UK Science teacher with over 5 years teaching experience!

1512Students
helped

6Questions
answered

£28Per
hour