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When the concentrations of reactants and products do not change over time, they are said to be in a state of equilibrium. The stability of certain… Read More
Every chemical reaction wants to attain stability or a state of equilibrium because unstable reactions are of little or no use practically. Equilibrium makes the… Read More
Sulphur oxide is a group of sulphur and oxygen compounds, the most important of which are sulphur dioxide (SO2) and sulphur trioxide (SO3), which are… Read More
The electronic configuration of a molecule refers to the distribution of electrons in various molecular orbitals. It is critical to understand the molecule. The number… Read More
Sodium is a soft metal, it is the eleventh element in the periodic table. It is represented by the Na symbol and the atomic number… Read More
Every chemical substance we come across has some form of nature, just as we humans do. However, when it comes to chemicals, we associate nature… Read More
The semi-metal boron (B) and the metals aluminium (Al), gallium (Ga), indium (In), and thallium (T) are all members of the boron family, which is… Read More
Acids are compounds that, when dissolved in water, produce free hydrogen ions (H+ ions). When bases are dissolved in water, they form hydroxyl ions (OH-… Read More
Nitrogen combines with oxygen to generate nitrogen oxides in a variety of forms. Its oxides have distinct oxidation states, ranging from +1 to +5. Nitrogen… Read More
The physical and chemical properties of elements in the modern periodic table show a regular variation in the periods and groups of the periodic table.… Read More
The periodic table is a list of chemical elements organised according to their atomic number, electron configuration, and recurrent chemical properties. In the basic form,… Read More
Metals are found in ore in the form of compounds with other elements. Metal extraction is the process of extracting metal from its ore. The… Read More
Several bond parameters, such as bond length, bond angle, bond order, and bond energy, can be used to characterize covalent bonds (also known as bond… Read More
Thermodynamics is a discipline of physics that studies heat, work, and temperature, as well as their relationships with energy, radiation, and matter’s physical characteristics. The… Read More
Oxygen is a member of the periodic table’s chalcogen group, a highly reactive nonmetal, and an oxidizing agent that readily forms oxides with most elements… Read More

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