To get carbon stains out, use a chemical like Zout, Shout, or Spray N Wash to soak the stains, and work the chemical in with a soft brush. Let the fabric sit for at least 15 minutes before putting it into a washing machine.Continue Reading
Use a spray treatment designed to attack stains before attempting to wash the fabric. Brush the chemical into the fabric gently with a soft brush, working the bristles against the stain. Put the garment aside for 15 to 30 minutes to let the chemical work on the stain.
Put the affected fabric through a cycle in the washing machine, using cold water with all cycles. Check the garment at the end of the cycle, and hang it to dry if the stain is gone.
Use an oxygen-based bleach product like Clorox 2 or OxiClean in a solution with cool water to treat the stains. Use the ratio from the product instructions, and submerge the entire garment in the solution, leaving it to soak for a minimum of eight hours. Look at the stain, and repeat the process several times until the stain is gone. Put the garment into the washing machine for a normal cycle after the stain comes out.
To remove aluminum oxidation, clean the surface, prepare an acid solution, apply it with a stiff brush, and scrub away the oxidation stains. If necessary, follow up with sandpaper to remove pits and lingering oxidation on the aluminum.Full Answer >
Hexane is nonpolar because its exterior of hydrogen bonded to carbon is the same on every side, so there is no place for the slightly greater electronegativity of carbon to cause overall polarity. This is true even in the branched isomers of hexane. Hexane is a molecule composed of six carbon atoms and six hydrogen atoms in all its different configurations, with a straight chain of carbon atoms being standard.Full Answer >
Mentos makes soda fizz due to the Mentos breaking the bonds in water molecules and encouraging the growth of more carbon dioxide gas, which is used to carbonate sodas. This is due to a combination of a rough surface area, the density of Mentos candies and their coating.Full Answer >
Test for carbon dioxide by burning a splint, using litmus or indicator papers or running the gas through lime water. Additionally, according to the National Institutes of Health, a blood test can be performed to determine the amount of carbon dioxide in a person's blood.Full Answer >