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Yes buddy thats the right answer. Now off to finish "To kill a mockingbird"..... :(

you can do it!

you could be doing calculus instead...speaking of which, wanna do my homework? :P

ill think of one for when i get home from work, everyone's watching the game anyways lol

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Guest Cenner Hice
MN Jeopardy 41...

Tres simple...

on your marks

get set


Name two Habs with 41 points...

Who wear the #79 and #11 jerseys?

Don't know if this means I'm right.

So I'll say Andrei Markov and Saku Koivu

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Guest Cenner Hice

Pre zooming I'm correk,

This veteran player was drafted 40th overall by the Habs and has scored 1 goal this season...

40 + 1 = 41

...and I still think he's great.

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Guest HabsfanfromtheROCK
I'm assuming I got it then... been away for a bit :)

MN Jeopardy 41...

This Former Hab has amassed 41 assists this year...

Who is mike Ribeiro ?

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Chemistry 2204

The molar mass of hydrogen(1.01) + molar mass of (answer here) = 41.09 but its basically 41 :P

Name the other element.

Hint:See periodic table of elements.

Let the complaining begin.

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Guest HabsfanfromtheROCK
What is a tooth? :lol:

Are we talking H two OH? How about nitrogen perhaps?

Is this a fossil fuel?

No,no, and no.

Hydrogens molar mass is 1.01. If you had this with another element's molar mass then it equals 41.09.

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Guest HabsfanfromtheROCK
Well led, I hear, is heavy... could it be a sinker? You's the Boy from the Bay :blink:

No. All you need is to look at the Table of elements for a bit and youll find it.

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Guest 1970 Habs
What is Ca? But what is Ca? (Calcium?)



Atomic Number: 20

Atomic Weight: 40.078

Melting Point: 1115 K (842°C or 1548°F)

Boiling Point: 1757 K (1484°C or 2703°F)

Density: 1.54 grams per cubic centimeter

Phase at Room Temperature: Solid

Element Classification: Metal

Period Number: 4 Group Number: 2 Group Name: Alkaline Earth Metal

What's in a name? From the Latin word for lime, calx.

Say what? Calcium is pronounced as KAL-si-em.

History and Uses:

Although calcium is the fifth most abundant element in the earth's crust, it is never found free in nature since it easily forms compounds by reacting with oxygen and water. Metallic calcium was first isolated by Sir Humphry Davy in 1808 through the electrolysis of a mixture of lime (CaO) and mercuric oxide (HgO). Today, metallic calcium is obtained by displacing calcium atoms in lime with atoms of aluminum in hot, low-pressure containers. About 4.2% of the earth's crust is composed of calcium.

Due to its high reactivity with common materials, there is very little demand for metallic calcium. It is used in some chemical processes to refine thorium, uranium and zirconium. Calcium is also used to remove oxygen, sulfur and carbon from certain alloys. Calcium can be alloyed with aluminum, beryllium, copper, lead and magnesium. Calcium is also used in vacuum tubes as a getter, a material that combines with and removes trace gases from vacuum tubes.

Calcium carbonate (CaCO3) is one of the common compounds of calcium. It is heated to form quicklime (CaO) which is then added to water (H2O). This forms another material known as slaked lime (Ca(OH)2) which is an inexpensive base material used throughout the chemical industry. Chalk, marble and limestone are all forms of calcium carbonate. Calcium carbonate is used to make white paint, cleaning powder, toothpaste and stomach antacids, among other things. Other common compounds of calcium include: calcium sulfate (CaSO4), also known as gypsum, which is used to make dry wall and plaster of Paris, calcium nitrate (Ca(NO3)2), a naturally occurring fertilizer and calcium phosphate (Ca3(PO4)2), the main material found in bones and teeth.

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