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Carbon is a chemical element with the symbol C. Its atomic number is 6 and its electronic configuration is 1s2 2s2 2p2.It is non metallic… Read More
Cobalt is a chemical element with the symbol Co and the atomic number is 27. It is a hard ferromagnetic, silver-white, lustrous, brittle element. It… Read More
Carbon is a chemical element and its chemical symbol is C. Its atomic number is 6 and its electronic configuration is 1s2 2s2 2p2. It… Read More
Ascorbic acid, often known as vitamin C, is represented by the formula C6H8O6. It is a water-soluble vitamin found in nature. Ascorbic acid is a… Read More
Hyposulfurous acid contains two Hydrogen (H), one sulfur (S), and two Oxygen (O) atoms. Hydrogen (H) is a chemical element that has atomic number 1… Read More
Iron is a chemical element with the symbol Fe (Latin: from Ferrum) and atomic number 26. This is the first transition series in the periodic… Read More
Fluorine is a chemical element. It has the symbol F, and it has an atomic number of 9 in its periodic table. It is known… Read More
Magnesium Chloride or Magnesium Dichloride or Chloromagnesite is a chemical compound with the molecular formula MgCl2. Magnesium Chloride is an ionic salt that is highly… Read More
Mercury is also known as quicksilver. It is a naturally present element found in rocks and coal deposits. The word mercury comes from the Greek… Read More
Sulfurous Acid consists of the elements Hydrogen, Sulfur, and Oxygen. Hydrogen is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, and flammable gas. Its atomic number is 1 and… Read More
Sulfuric Acid or Sulphuric Acid is a mineral acid consisting of one Sulfur, four Oxygen, and two Hydrogen atoms. The chemical or molecular formula of… Read More
Plaster of Paris is a well-known chemical compound that is widely used in sculpting materials and gauze bandages. While we have seen numerous applications of… Read More

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