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Battery or cells are referred to as the parallel combination of electrochemical cells. The major difference between a primary cell and the secondary cell is… Read More
Organic chemistry is the study of carbon-containing molecules’ structure, characteristics, content, reactions, and production. The majority of organic compounds contain carbon and hydrogen, but they… Read More
Vapour pressure is the force exerted by a liquid’s (or solid’s) vapour above the surface of the liquid. At a particular temperature and thermodynamic equilibrium,… Read More
A chemical formula is a way of describing the information about the chemical proportions of atoms that make up a certain chemical compound or molecule.… Read More
The boiling point of a substance is the temperature at which the substance changes state from liquid state to gas state. The boiling point of… Read More
Chemistry deals with various particles, atoms, or elements and the chemical reactions between them. All the chemical reactions that take place are directly the result… Read More
The perceptible heat is referred to as “sensible heat.” The energy that moves from one system to another alters the temperature instead of changing its… Read More
Pressure is defined as the force applied perpendicularly to the surface of an object per unit area over which that force is distributed. In simple… Read More
In chemistry, the molarity is one of the concentration units. The concentration of solutions can be expressed more effectively using measurements based on moles. A… Read More
Dinitrogen was discovered by Daniel Rutherford, the Scottish physicist in 1772. He obtained gas by separating carbon dioxide from the products of breathing of small… Read More
Lactose is a type of carbohydrate that is also called milk sugar and lactobiose. It is a disaccharide that is synthesized from galactose and glucose… Read More
Ionization energy can be defined as the minimum amount of energy required to remove the valence electron i.e. the most loosely bound electron from an… Read More
Carbonyls are coordination complexes that are formed by transition metals and the carbonyl ligand i.e. carbon-monoxide ligand. These are also termed homoleptic carbonyls. These complexes… Read More
The concentration of a solution depends upon the amount of solute present in the solution. The higher the amount of solute, the more concentrated is… Read More
Iodous acid is an iodine oxoacid and is also known as hydroiodic acid. Its chemical formula is HIO2, and it is the conjugate acid of… Read More

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