Are the S-block Elements in the Periodic Table Metals?

Yes, as they can easily give electrons except Hydrogen gas, which is considered non-metal.Are the S-block elements in the periodic table metals?

1. Maybe lame, but what do they do to "paritally hydrogenate" oil?

Oils are chemically composed of long hydrocarbon chains. Hydrogenating a natural oil makes the ratio of hydrogen to carbon atoms greater, essentially saturating the compound with hydrogen. It's a chemical process where hydrogen gas is introduced to oil in a chemical plant. This solidifies oil and makes it unhealthy for you, although many foods contain it because it is a cheaply made fat product that easily substitutes butter, etc. As a rule the more hydrogenated a compound the more unhealthy it is for you, which is why hydrogenated oil and saturated fat are bad, whereas natural olive oil and the likes are good

2. Do metals with negative values of reduction potential liberate hydrogen gas when reacted with mineral acids?

The metal having negative values of reduction potential possess the property of losing electron or electrons. Thus, the metals occupying top positions in the electrochemical series readily liberate hydrogen from dilute acids and on descending in the series tendency to liberate hydrogen gas from dilute acids decreases.Do metals with negative values of reduction potential liberate hydrogen gas when reacted with mineral acids?.

3. Has Anyone tried an HHO combustion supplementer in their auto?

True, your catalytic converter is there to burn on unused gasoline, and break down NOx and CO to less harmful gases. However the addition of hydrogen to the combustion chamber, makes the burn more efficient. As quoted in the link below, "Adding hydrogen gas to the homogeneous fuel charge improves the ignitability of the mixture, and increases flame speed and combustion stability." If you can make the combustion cleaner, we might not even need catalytic converters in the future. Remember a catalytic converter is only good when it's hot, which takes 5-10 minutes of driving time. For a lot of people doing short commutes, the catalytic converter hardly does a thing. How dangerous is it? we are talking quite small amounts of hydrogen, and the HHO assist that comes from electrolyzing water, holds only a small amount of hydrogen in a jar. It's not like your storing a large bag of it (because that could be quite explosive) or carrying a compressed cylinder of it under your seat (some semi rigs inject propane into the diesel). It depends also on how quickly you are producing the hydrogen, and the downsides are the length of time the electrodes last and how often you have to change out the water/electrolyte mixture (I think once a week is normal). There are claims of 20-300% increase in gas mileage. These are all using different HHO generators and other gadgets that change your oxygen sensor reading, or preheat the hydrogen, etc. As for the smog check, that's being measured after the catalytic converter and a good converter at temperature will burn up a lot of gas.

4. How do two separate protons from hydrogen atoms fuse together to form a helium atom? In other words, what happens to the tendency of the protons of hydrogen gas to repel one another?

That's why He atoms have two neutrons in the nucleus. They add more strong force attraction to keep the protons together

5. For the formation of 3.65g of HCl gas, what volume of hydrogen gas and chlorine gas are required at NTP conditions?

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6. what is the handling procedure for the element calcium?

Elemental Calcium rapidly forms a grey-white oxide and nitride coating when exposed to air. It is somewhat difficult to ignite, unlike magnesium, but when lit, the metal burns in air with a brilliant high-intensity red light. Calcium metal reacts with water, evolving hydrogen gas at a rate rapid enough to be noticeable, but not fast enough at room temperature to generate much heat. The powdered form is more dangerous, and the reaction with water is extremely rapid, as the increased surface area of the powder accelerates the reaction with the water. Part of the slowness of the calcium-water reaction results from the metal being partly protected by insoluble white calcium hydroxide. In water solutions of acids where the salt is water soluble, calcium reacts vigorously. Use only under an inert atmosphere (such as Argon gas) if possible, especially when using in powdered form (a spark from a metallic spatula can ignite a cloud of calcium powder causing an explosion - so do not use metallic spatulas).

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