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deliquescence of sodium hydroxide(수산화나트륨 조해성)

The smallest unit of measurement of electronic scales is 0.0001g. this scales is so sensitive that little wind can affect measuring.

Chemistry 9.3 Hydrates

A lesson on hydrated compounds. Efflorescent vs Hygroscopic substances are discussed as well as deliquescent substances.

Difference Between Hygroscopic and Deliquescent

Difference between hygroscopic and deliquescent romance . , . . . . A href " url?q in.Answers.Yahoo question index. Here are some more compilation of topics ...

hygroscopic salt demonstration

Salt absorbs water from the air. In this demo, a 0.2" salt crystal is held just above the surface of a cucumber, and over the course of six hours, adsorbs enough ...

Deliquescent Drying Technology

There is water vapour in air

There is water vapour in air Try This Take a clean Glass. Dry its outer surface. Place some pieces of ice in the glass. You will soon see little droplets of water ...

Lisa Mauer

Lisa Mauer, an Associate Professor of Food Science at Purdue University, explains deliquescence, a phase transformation in which humidity causes certain ...

Deliquescence by Derek Charke

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Difference Between Pure Substance and Mixture

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Difference Between Pure Substance and Homogeneous Mixture

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