# You will use a large excess of fe+3 ion, which will drive the reaction to completion. thus, you can

You will use a large excess of fe+3 ion, which will drive the reaction to completion. thus, you can assume that the final fescn+2 concentration is equal to the concentration of kscn added, as the kscn is the limiting reagent, in the total volume of the solution. you must test each solution as it is made; therefore, you must plan out ahead of time with your partner how you will accomplish this in an organized and expedient way.

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1. Expert says:

answer: semi-infinite solid initially at a uniform temperature of 400 ◦c is cooled at its surface by convection. the cooling fluid at a constant temperature of 200 ◦c has a convective coefficient (ha) of 250 w/m2.k. the physical properties of the solid: k = 20 w/m.k and α = 4 * 10-5  m2/s. using δx = 0.04 m and δt = 10 s. write the finite difference equations describing the transient heat transfer of the first five δx and the temperature profile after 30 s.

2. Expert says:

the increase of protons   hope this

3. Expert says:

Nonmetals usually react by gaining electrons

4. Expert says:

08.01 hope this and can i get brainlist? ?