Molality Definition: a unit of concentration, defined to be equal to the number of moles of solute divided by the number of kilograms of solvent. Molality is abbreviated as molal. Examples: The solution made by dissolving 0.10 moles of KNO 3 into 200 grams of H 2 O would be 0.50 molal in KNO 3 . Return to the Chemistry Glossary Index
Claflin University Admissions Overview: With an acceptance rate of 42%, Claflin may seem like a fairly selective school, but the admissions bar is not overly high. Many students are admitted with below average standardized test scores and grades.To apply, interested students need to be fill out an application form and submit scores from the SAT or ACT, high school transcripts, and a letter of recommendation.
Do you want to know more about the Spanish language? Here are 10 facts to get you started: 01 of 10 Spanish Ranks as World's Number 2 Language With 329 million native speakers, Spanish ranks as the world's No. 2 language in terms of how many people speak it as their first language, according to Ethnologue.
Vampyroteuthis infernalis literally means "vampire squid from Hell." However, the vampire squid is neither a vampire nor truly a squid. The cephalopod gets its flashy name from its blood red to black coloration, cloak-like webbing, and toothy-looking spines. The animal has been classified and reclassified over the years, first as an octopus in 1903, and later as a squid.
There are nearly 90 species of whales, dolphins, and porpoises in the order Cetacea, which is divided into two suborders, the Odontocetes, or toothed whales, and the Mysticetes, or toothless baleen whales. Here are profiles of 19 Cetaceans, which differ greatly in appearance, distribution, and behavior: Blue Whale: Balaenoptera Musculus WolfmanSF/Wikimedia Commons/Public Domain Blue whales are thought to be the largest animals ever to have lived on Earth.
An era of canal building in the United States began in the early 1800s, helped along to a considerable degree by a report written by Thomas Jefferson's secretary of the treasury, Albert Gallatin. The young country was hobbled by a horrendous transportation system which made it difficult, or even impossible, for farmers and small manufacturers to move goods to market.