I am still struggling to understand the concept of EMF.
So my understanding of EMF is that it will be produced when there is a relative motion between the magnet and the coil, and that this electromotive force is measured in volts.
But I really dont understand how the relative motion creates...
For titration between a strong acid and a strong base, is the net ionic always
H+(aq). + OH - (aq) > H2O (l)
or there are exceptions, considering when salts are formed, not all of them are soluble in aqueous form eg. carbonates bases
I have been told by teachers and textbooks that when calculating the equilibrium constant, we do not take solids and liquids into account, but only the concentration of gases and aqueous molecules.
I've tried searching for an answer online, but most came up with vague answers like: the...
In the textbook, it says that conductivity graphs are preferred over normal titration curves for the following reasons:
- works well in diluted solutions
- when species are at trace level
- when using coloured or turbid solution
- when system involves incomplete reactions
Yo guys, I've got a question: if an object is in circular motion and the net force is towards the centre of circle, then why does it not slide towards the center but instead stay in a circular path ? Thanks