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The CBSE Class 12 Previous Year’s Question Paper for Physics is a resourceful tool from GfG to empower students in their exam preparation journey. With… Read More
When one or more hydroxyl groups (-OH) are directly attached to the hydrocarbon chain then the compound formed is known as alcohol. Some examples of… Read More
Arrhenius Equation is a formula or expression that explains a relationship between k (the rate constant for a reaction), absolute temperature T and the pre-exponential… Read More
CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Notes: Chemistry demands a thorough understanding of concepts to excel in CBSE exams, making it crucial for Class 12 students to… Read More
A collection of electrochemical cells used as a power source is referred to as a battery. An oxidation-reduction reaction forms the basis of an electrochemical… Read More
Alcohols Ethers and Phenols are the categories of organic compounds. These compounds are used extensively in a variety of household businesses. Alcohol is created when… Read More
Transition metals can generate a wide range of complex compounds by sharing electrons with a variety of anions or neutral molecules, such compounds are referred… 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
Electrochemistry is a branch of chemistry, and it deals with the study of the production of electricity from the energy released during spontaneous chemical reactions… Read More
Pseudo means fake or false. A pseudo-first-order reaction is defined as a reaction that appears like a higher order reaction but is actually of a… Read More
Alcohols, phenols, and ethers are organic compounds that are widely used in industries. Alcohols are formed by at least one hydroxyl group attached to the… Read More
Solution is a homogeneous mixture (homogeneous mixture is a mixture where throughout the solution the composition is uniform) of two or more chemically non-reacting substances… Read More
The Gibbs equation enables us to predict the spontaneity of a process based on enthalpy and entropy measurements. The Ellingham diagram was developed by H.G.T.… Read More
A cell is a highly useful device that is used to convert chemical energy to electrical energy and vice-versa. We use cells in our daily… Read More
Polymer word is made up of two terms, “poly” which means many, and “mer” which means entities or groups. So polymers mean giant molecules which… Read More