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The two elements of table salt are our biggest claim to fame. Sodium combines with chlorate to form sodium chlorate. Sodium is a reactive soft… Read More
Potassium, the most abundant intracellular cation, is found naturally in many foods and is an essential nutrient available as a dietary supplement. Potassium is present… Read More
The energy accumulated inside a system as a result of the particles’ random movements and the potential energy contained in the components as a result of their alignment… Read More
Bromine is the third lightest halogen and a volatile red-brown liquid at room temperature that readily forms a similarly colored vapor. Bromine was discovered by… Read More
Hypophosphoric acid is one of the chemical compounds and it has acidic nature with the formula of H4P2O6, in which phosphorus is in an oxidation… Read More
Carbon is special in its compound properties since it shapes various parts more prevalent than the absolute expansion of the relative multitude of different components… Read More
Sodium bromide consists of two elements Na (Sodium) and Br (Bromide). Sodium has the symbol  Na. Sodium’s atomic number is 11. It is present in… Read More
Aluminum phosphate is one of the chemical compounds. It contains 1 Phosphorous atom, 4 Oxygen atoms, (3 shared with single bond & 1 with double… Read More
The term “mass percent” is used to describe a concentration. Furthermore, it identifies the component of a mixture. A mass percentage can be used to… Read More
Argon is a chemical element with the atomic number 18. It belongs to group 18 of the periodic table and is the third most argon… Read More
Magnesium phosphate, Mg3(PO4)2, is a mineral that can be found in bones, many plant seeds, and a variety of minerals. It’s used to supplement one’s… Read More
Ethanol is also known as acetaldehyde. Acetaldehyde is a chemical compound that has the formula CH3CHO. Chemists sometimes abbreviate it as MeCHO, where ‘Me’ stands… Read More
Aluminic acid, Aluminic hydroxide, and aluminum (III) hydroxide are all names for aluminum hydroxide. It is the chemical term for aluminum, as are all other… Read More
Acetamide, also known as acetic acid or ethanamide, is a kind of inorganic chemical. Furthermore, because the simplest amide is formed from acetic acid, it… Read More
Nitrogen is the chemical element with the symbol N and the atomic number 7 with electron configuration is 1s2 2s2 2p3. It belongs to the… Read More

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