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Barium is a chemical element with the atomic number 56. It is represented by the symbol ‘Ba‘. It is an alkaline earth metal and the… Read More
Hydrogen (H) has unique kind properties that are not like some other component on our planet. Close to 66% of our Universe’s mass is made… Read More
Barium is a chemical element with the symbol Ba and atomic number 56. It is a divalent, soft, silvery alkaline earth metal that is the… Read More
Aluminum, one of the components of aluminium bromide, accounts for over 8.1 percent of the Earth’s crust, making it one of the most prevalent minerals… Read More
Calcium (Ca) is a substance that is important for living creatures, including people. It is the most plentiful mineral in the body and fundamental for… Read More
Sodium dichromate is the principal raw material for chromium compounds, which are used in leather tanning, metal treatment, drilling muds, textile colors, catalysts, and wood… Read More
Octane is a hydrocarbon made up of carbon and hydrogen atoms. The formula for octane is C8H18. Most of the hydrocarbons groups are found in… Read More
Hydrogen is just one proton and one electron, it is the most common element making up 75% of the mass of the entire universe. On… Read More
Silicon dioxide, often known as silica, is a silicon oxide with the chemical formula SiO2 that occurs naturally as quartz and in a variety of… Read More
Calcium chloride was discovered in the 15th century, but until the late 18th century, it got little attention or research. Because the ammonia-soda process for… Read More
Sodium is a very soft metal and when it is exposed to the atmosphere it tarnishes instantly. In addition to this sodium reacts vigorously with… Read More
Sodium is a first group element with a silvery-white appearance. It was first discovered and isolated in 1807 by Humphry Davy through the electrolysis of… Read More
Sodium is a highly reactive alkali metal with the symbol Na and has the atomic number 11. The 6th most bountiful component in the Earth’s… Read More
Potassium (K) is a chemical element. and its atomic number is 19. Potassium is a silvery-white metal that is soft enough to be cut with… Read More
An alternate way to define salt is to describe it as a salt form of carbonic acid and an antacid with phosphate-binding action. Pure aluminium… Read More

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