sum up the molecular weight of the components to get the MW of undecanal. then figure out how many moles you get and multiply by avogadro...
An alchemist is a person who practices alchemy.
Alchemist may also refer to:
* Alchemist (band), an Australian progressive metal band
* Fullmetal Alchemist, the English title of a series of manga and anime created by Hiromu Arakawa
* The Neutronium Alchemist, the second book in The Night's Dawn Trilogy by Peter F. Hamilton
Alchemy is an early protoscientific and philosophical discipline combining the elements of chemistry, metallurgy, physics, medicine, astrology, semiotics, mysticism, and art. Alchemy has been practiced in ancient Egypt, India, and China, in Classical Greece and Rome, in the Islamic empire, and then in Europe up to the 19th century � in a complex network of schools and philosophical systems spanning at least 2500 years.
The alchemists did not follow what is now known as the scientific method, and much of the "knowledge" they produced was later found to be banal, limited, wrong, or just meaningless. Today, the discipline is of interest mainly to historians of science and philosophy, and for its mystic, esoteric, and artistic aspects. Nevertheless, alchemy was one of the main precursors of modern sciences, and we owe to the ancient alchemists the discovery of many substances and processes that are the mainstay of modern chemical and metallurgical industries.
An alchemist could also be some one who has tried to make gold with metal leftovers from st scholastica's.
In midevil times an alchemest is someone they belived could turn things into gold. Every culture has their own definition for an alchemest.
The atoms within a compound can be held together by a variety of interactions, ranging from covalent bonds to electrostatic forces in ionic bonds. A continuum of bond polarities exist between the purely covalent bond (as in H2) and ionic bonds. For example H2O is held together by polar covalent bonds. Sodium chloride is an example of an ionic compound. Formation of a compound involves a chemical reaction, whereas a mixture can be created simply by the physical act of stirring items together.
The chemical processes occurring within a living cell or organism that are necessary for the maintenance of life.
Vinegar's formula is very dilute CH3COOH.
Vinegar is mainly water (H2O), but is also comprised of acetic acid (the boxlike acid which gives vinegar its pungent/sour smell).
Vinegar is a liquid produced by aerobic fermentation (meaning: it needs oxygen) of alcohol into acetic acid as well as other fermentation byproducts. The acetic acid concentration ranges from 4 to 9 percent by volume for table vinegar (typically 9 %) and higher concentrations for pickling (up to 18 %) although in some countries the minimum strength may be less. Natural vinegars also contain smaller amounts of tartaric acid, citric acid, and other acids. Ch3cooh