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Resolved Question: Descalers: please help!! this is chemistry gcse coursework and i cannot find the answers to these questions...?

question: 'limescale can form inside a coffee machine....you are going to do research into de-scaers ....' the advantages and disadvantages of these commonly used de-scalers: -ethanoic acid (vinegar or acetic acid) -citric acid -sulfamic acid - how...

Resolved Question: Disadvantages of ethanoic/acetic acid as a descaler?

i havent really been able to find a good answer to my question yet, and i have been researching this for ages! i really need to know for my course work, help will be much appreciated.

Resolved Question: HELP! How do de-scalers remove limescale in coffee machines?

For Part 1 of my Chemistry coursework on de-scaling coffee machines, I am required to do research on how de-scalers remove limescale. I've been looking on the internet, but I cannot find any good scientific explanations on how they do it. I also have...

Resolved Question: PLEASE HELP!! Chemistry course work, Descalers remove limescale?

so we have been given homework to research the information we will need to complete the course work but i've only found a bit, so it would be greatly appreciated if someone could help me... -how does de scaler work? - advantages and disadvangtes of ...

Resolved Question: Advantages of ethanoic acid as a descaler?

i need some advantages of ethanoic acid as a descaler please?! Thanks in advance

Resolved Question: How do descalers remove limescale?

i know that limescale is calcium carbonate and descalers such as citric acid, ethanoic acid and sulfamic acid are obviously acids but i don't understand the chemistry behind how it actually gets rid of the limescale? Can anyone provide a detailed ans...

Resolved Question: How do descalers remove limescale?

i know that limescale is calcium carbonate and descalers such as citric acid, ethanoic acid and sulfamic acid are obviously acids but i don't understand the chemistry behind how it actually gets rid of the limescale? Can anyone provide a detailed ans...

Resolved Question: CHEMISTRY CONTROLLED ASSESSMENT!!!!! WEBSITES NEEDED!!!!?

It's about descaling coffee machines but I can't find ANY WEBSITES WITH ANY RELATED INFORMATION ON THEM ARGHHHHHH I was told to find out about the adv. and disv. of these types of descalers -ethanoic acid (vinegar or acetic acid) -citric acid -sulfam...

Resolved Question: How do descalers work?

For my chemistry Coursework I am required to find out how descalers work but I can't find any information anywhere. I would really appreciate it if anyone could tell me of a website I could use or how they do actually work? The examples we have been ...

Resolved Question: Chemistry coursework, help needed please?

i need to find out the advantages and disadvantages of these commonlyy used de-scalers, i have been looking online and in books but nothing answers it properly. Help would be muchappreciatedd! the acids i need to look for good and bad points of using...

Resolved Question: HELP! Chemistry controlled assesment! Descalers?

Ok, so we have to do research into limescale descalers in coffee machines. Please could somebody send me some good links to websites for: the advantages and disadvantages of using- ethanoic acid (acetic acid or vinegar), citric acid, and sulfamic aci...

Resolved Question: Advantages and disadvantages of using ethanoic acid as a descaler?

Hi, this is for chemistry course work so could you please leave sources or just give me a link to any good website? thank you this is very important x

Resolved Question: Chemistry Identification of a substance?

Hello, I conducted an experiment to determine the acid used in coffee machine descaler. The mean pKa value i got was 4.33 and the molar mass i calculated is 129. I think it is most likely phenylacetic acid, but i remember that the acid smelt like v...

Resolved Question: Why is hydrochloric acid not used as a kettle descaler?

In our chemistry coursework we have to explain why a hydrochloric acid is not used as a descaler and ethanoic (acetic) acid is used instead. By the way acetic acid is the acid in vinegar. Surely hydrochloric acid would work better because it is a str...

Resolved Question: Why do you use muriatic acid when cleaning marble tiles?

Why does a person use muriatic acid (hydrochloric acid) when cleaning marble tiles? The answer must be connected with the reactivity series of metals.

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