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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
Phosphorus is an essential element for life, primarily through phosphates, which are compounds containing phosphate ion. Phosphates are a component of DNA, RNA, ATP, and… Read More
While the meal is being cooked in the kitchen, people may smell the food while sitting in the drawing-room. Because of diffusion in the air,… Read More
Ammonia is made up of hydrogen and nitrogen. It is known as ammonium hydroxide in its aqueous form. This inorganic compound has a strong odour.… Read More
When oxidation is removed, zinc is a slightly brittle metal with a silvery-greyish appearance at room temperature. It is the first element in Group 12… Read More
Alkali metals are s-block elements that are found on the periodic table’s left side. Because alkali metals readily lose electrons, they are among the most… Read More
The representation of a chemical reaction in the form of symbols for the chemicals involved in the reaction is known as a chemical equation. It’s… Read More
The lightest element is hydrogen. Under normal conditions, hydrogen is a gas composed of diatomic molecules with the formula H2. It is colourless, odourless, non-toxic,… Read More

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