Data for common chemicals

As part of a project on chemical synthesis we need to collect some data on common chemicals. So what better place to start than with water? Before looking at the answers, see if you can find the

  • density of Water gas? (Wikipedia)
  • melting point of snow? (Pubchem)
  •  freezing point of water ice? (Wikipedia)

There’s a serious point to this. Much chemistry uses human language and words as a means of identifying concepts. (Thanks to Peter Corbett for (2))

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One Response to Data for common chemicals

  1. Charles De Mar says:

    “This is pure snow! It’s everywhere! Have you any idea of what the street value of this mountain is?”
    In every case, you omitted essential conditions, like temperature and pressure 😉

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