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Solved: Consider the Frasch process. (a) How is it

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Problem 22.98

Consider the Frasch process. (a) How is it possible to heat water well above 100C without turning it into steam? (b) Why is water sent down the outermost pipe? (c) Why would excavating a mine and digging for sulfur be a dangerous procedure for obtaining the element?

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Common Abbreviations bc – Because chg – Charge e- – Electron grp – Group grps – Groups LS – Lewis Structure mlcl – Molecule neg – Negative pos – Positive VE – Valence Electrons

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Textbook: Chemistry
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Author: Raymond Chang; Kenneth Goldsby
ISBN: 9780078021510

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Solved: Consider the Frasch process. (a) How is it