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Posted on: 05:55:13 PM on October 27, 2012
Posted By:
riya
we know that mass can neither be created nor be destroyed then why do we hear people saying that the mass of gold and silver is reduced


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Posted on: 08:43:13 PM on October 29, 2012
wats ur ques?



Posted on: 12:23:29 PM on September 7, 2013
It is a common misconception



Posted on: 03:32:06 PM on May 13, 2015
If u consider only silver or gold then it is said correctly.but if u consider as a whole earth mass has displaced from silver or gold to another place as granules.if u didn't understand contact me at [email protected]



Posted on: 03:47:37 PM on August 31, 2015
what is formula for carbonic acids ?



Posted on: 05:57:08 PM on September 30, 2015
formula of carbonic acid is H2CO3



Posted on: 08:53:48 PM on October 22, 2015
Actually its that when gold ornaments are made some cavities are filled with camphor or any sublimatory substances a And over the they sublimate n loose the weight



Posted on: 07:40:36 PM on October 24, 2015
hey ..wen fr exmpl iron rusts..then we think that its wght reduces n some "lallus" think its is misconception or bla bla...but when iron rusts ..its wght reduces producing a particular gas which is the req. mass fr making it equal



Posted on: 04:48:17 PM on November 7, 2015
its correct........



Posted on: 10:34:51 AM on December 22, 2015
its a misconception



Posted on: 03:43:40 PM on December 23, 2015



Posted on: 09:18:57 AM on December 24, 2015
The mass is not reduced it is Reduction Oxidation reaction ________________________________________________________________________ OIL | RIG | Oxidation is loss of electrons | Reduction is gain of electrons | | ________________________________________________________________________|





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