What is a halogen displacement reaction?

Answer Halogen displacement reactions are a type of chemical reaction where the halogen in a compound is substituted with a different halogen. The general formula for displacement reactions is X+AY --> Y+... Read More »

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What is displacement when measuring the power of gas blowers?

Displacement refers to the volume of air and fuel that the combustion chamber of the engine can hold, expressed in cubic centimeters or, less commonly, cubic inches. All other factors being equal, ... Read More »

What does auto engine displacement mean?

Engine displacement is a term used to indicate the size of an engine. It can be expressed in liters, cubic centimeters or cubic inches, such as 3.5L (liters), 350 ci (cubic inches) or 1,200 cc (cub... Read More »

What displacement was the first Chevy small block V8 motor?

The first Chevy small block V8 engine displaced 265 cubic inches and produced 162 horsepower. This displacement was attained by using a cylinder bore of 3.75 inches and a crankshaft stroke of 3.00 ... Read More »