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Hydrogen is a chemical element with the symbol H and the atomic number 1 and a mass of 1.008amu on average. Lavoisier termed this gas… Read More
Redox is a chemical process that involves changing the oxidation states of atoms. The actual or formal transfer of electrons between chemical species is defined… Read More
Metal can be found in ore in the form of a combination with other elements. As a result, once the ore has been extracted from… Read More
Everything in our environment is made up of microscopic pieces or particles. Atoms or molecules are the particles that make up matter. Particles make up… Read More
Suggested topic – Liquification of Gases Matter is defined as anything that occupies space and has mass. Modern scientists divide matter into two categories: physical… Read More
Alkanes and cycloalkanes are hydrocarbons with no double or triple bond functional groups, depending on whether the carbon atoms of the molecule are organized in… Read More
Boron is a non-metal, it is the fifth element in the periodic table. It is represented by the B symbol and the atomic number of… Read More
A chemical equation is a way of explaining a chemical reaction using symbols and equations for the chemicals involved in the process. A balanced chemical… Read More
Hydrocarbons are the most abundant carbon compounds such as alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes. We’ll now discuss some of the chemical properties of hydrocarbons, which are carbon compounds.… Read More
Chemical bonding is the formation of a chemical bond between two or more atoms, molecules, or ions that results in the formation of a chemical… Read More
Silicon belongs to the same family of elements as Carbon in the periodic table, but its chemical reactivity differs significantly from that of similar carbon… Read More
Aluminium has a lower density than other common metals, about one-third that of steel. When exposed to air, it forms a protective layer of oxide… Read More
Chemical reactions are the processes that result in the formation of new substances with new properties. Chemical reactions cause changes in the environment. A rearrangement… Read More
Water is a valuable natural resource. Water is essential for the survival of all living things. We can’t imagine a world without water. Water is… Read More
The Molecular Orbital Theory is a chemical bonding theory developed at the turn of the twentieth century by F. R. Hund and R. S. Mulliken… Read More

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