Identify the best practices when storing and using drying agents in the lab. A. Close the drying agent container whenever it is not in active use.
B. Let the drying agent air out before removing it from the container.
C. Wrap the lid of the drying agent container with tape for storage.
D. Only use drying agent that appears clumpy in its original container.

Answers

43.452

step-by-step explanation:

284 times .153 = 43.452

answer; ///i do believe that the correct answer is (b); ///particle composed of two or more atoms bonded together;

A. Close the drying agent container whenever it is not in active use.

C. Wrap the lid of the drying agent container with tape for storage.

Explanation:

Drying agents also known as desiccants are used in pharmaceutical, food and other manufacturing to keep substances dry. These drying agents are anhydrous and hygroscopic. The right usage of these products requires that they are always stored in an air-tight container.

When they are to be removed from a container containing a solvent, they are to be separated by filtration or decanting.



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