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Elements are arranged in a periodic table row-wise and column-wise according to similarities in their chemical and physical properties. The elements in the first column… Read More
The kinetic molecular theory of gases explains a gas’s three macroscopic characteristics in terms of the microscopic nature of the gas’s atoms and molecules. The… Read More
The modern periodic table is based on the law that an element’s properties are a periodic function of its atomic number. These properties are related… Read More
The physical and chemical properties of elements in the modern periodic table exhibit a consistent variation throughout periods and groups. Several properties of elements, such… Read More
Every substance has its own set of characteristics. Physical and chemical properties can be used to classify these properties. Physical properties are those that may… Read More
A Lewis acid is a molecule or ion that is capable of either donating a proton (H+) or forming a covalent bond with an electron… Read More
There are a large number of elements around us having different properties and different uses based on those properties. For using these elements, properties are… Read More
All the elements that exist in nature are arranged in a periodic table after several years of research work, these are placed in groups and… Read More
The modern periodic table is based on Mendeleev’s periodic law and the periodic table. Mendeleev created his periodic table in the late 18th century. Scientists… Read More
A chemical equation is a representation of a chemical process in the form of symbols for the substances involved in the reaction. It’s a way… Read More
Hydrogen bonding is an electrostatic dipole-to-dipole contact between molecules that shares certain covalent bonding characteristics. Hydrogen bonding is strong and directed, resulting in shorter interatomic… Read More
There have been numerous approaches proposed to explain the nature of bonding in coordination compounds. The Valence Bond Theory is one of them. The Valence… Read More
A chemical element’s atoms are always made up of a nucleus surrounded by an electron cloud. Protons and neutrons make up the nucleus. The number… Read More
The three basic states of matter are solid, liquid, and gaseous. All of the materials we come into contact with on a daily basis (from… Read More
The tenth most prevalent element in the universe is sulphur. It can also be found in the form of sulphide in a variety of meteorites.… Read More

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