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Organic Chemistry

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Organic Chemistry is the branch of chemistry that deals with carbon, its compounds, and their properties.
I believe that the trailer button changes the shift points in the transmission so that the vehicle stays in low gear longer during periods of high stress (i.e. acceleration or prolonged uphill climbs).Verify this with a GMC mechanic, but in the absence of an answer from someone who knows for sure, I…
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yellow flames are created when the fuel turns into vapour and burns . if the fuel is a clean fuel then if we heat it it produces only heat not a light producing flame(blue flame).If the fuel burns with a yellow flame it means it is not burnt completely and releases unburnt carbon (clean fuel produce…
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Chemical Application Ether is an organic functional group consisting of a disubstituted oxygen, or an oxygen atom bonded to 2 carbon atoms (if adjacent to a ketone, functional group is then called an ester). Ethers are commonly used as powerful non-polar solvents for both industrial applications and…
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Rubbing alcohol is flammable because it contains isopropyl alcohol which is a volatile and flammable organic compound. The fumes of the alcohol will catch on fire if they come into contact with flames.
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Answer Meaning of Organic In foods means: Naturally grown. No unnatural additives or fertilizers were used. In chemistry means: to do with carbon based molecules. In chemistry organic is concerned with the carbon compounds of living beings and also most other carbon compounds. In food organic is re…
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Answer Alcohol is formed by a chemical reaction called fermentation that occurs when yeast and some sort of grain are mixed in a closed container. The yeast preform anaerobic respiration and ethanol is produced along with carbon dioxide. Answer I'm pretty sure it was from the Greek and Romans…
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Nylon was invented to show the woman we sexy
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plastic , designed to be very light for hitting with a pingpong bat Answer It is made of plastic
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Melted wax
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Polyester is a category of polymers which contain the ester functional group in their main chain. However! the term "polyester" as a specific material most commonly refers to polyethylene terephthalate (PET), which can be made in two ways, and both are done in chambers that feature strong vacuums a…
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Ionic compounds are between metals and non-metals. Molecular (covalent) compounds are between only non-metals. (Metallic compounds are between metals and other metals.) An ionic compound is a pure substance that is formed from a metal and a nonmetal. It has a fairly high melting point and is a cond…
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The colours of ink can be separated by chromatography.
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The key element is carbon. Organic compounds are all carbon-containing compounds.
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Many do, some don't An explosion is nothing more than the rapid release of energy. This is most commonly due to the rapid combustion of a material, although nuclear explosions do not involve combustion. The combustion of any hydrocarbon or other carbon-containing substance ALWAYS produces carbon dio…
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Answer A composite is any material made of more than one component. Polymer composites are composites made from polymers, or from polymers along with other kinds of materials. For more information, see the Web Links to the left of this answer.
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See Web Links See the Web Links for "Venderkrogt.net: Antimony" to the bottom for the answer.
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it is used because if a substance (e.g. potatoe, banana) has starch in it the food will turn a blacky colour.
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Most likely you'll get an explosion that creates carbon dioxide and water. But that will only happen if you get the mixture hot enough or the pressure is high enough.
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Rubbing alcohol is also known as isopropyl alcohol. The reason why rubbing alcohol and oil can't mix is because the alcohol is less dense than the oil.
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The term xylene refers to a mixture of three aromatic hydrocarbon isomers essentially benzene derivatives, which encompasses ortho-, meta-, and para- isomers of dimethyl benzene.
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Naturally occurring uranium is a mixture of three isotopes. The most abundant (greater than 99%) and most stable is uranium-238 (half-life 4.5 x 109 years); also present are uranium-235 (half-life 7 x 108 years) and uranium-234 (half-life 2.5 x 105 years). Different isotopes have different half…
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The DNA is the longest biopolymer discovered. It is made up of two strands that are the polymers of repeating units of deoxyribonucleotides. The deoxyribonucleotides, themselves consist of three moieties:1. Deoxyribose Sugar: A pentose (5 carbon) Sugar2. Phosphate: Phosphate group imparts the negati…
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Organic vapors are the vapors that are caused by organic compounds and are petroleum based.
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people there are fat sometimesYou can ask people is it Idaho or Udaho and when they go Idaho? You can laugh at them because they called themselves a ho!Sorry, I know it's not helpful :/
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A synthesis reaction is when two or more substances combine to form another substance.A synthesis reaction is when there is a combination of two or more substances and a compound results.
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Acid rain is enough. The concrete is not everlasting just like the rock.
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Part of Ethanol is polar, part is non-polar. This property allows ethanol to be miscible in both polar and non-polar substances.
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Answer Non-polar See the Related Questions to the left for more information about how to determine if a molecule is polar or non-polar.
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Phenolic resins are mainly used in the production of circuit boards. They are better known however for the production of molded products including pool(Billiard) balls, laboratory countertops, and as coatings and adhesives. In the form of Bakelite, they are the earliest commercial synthetic resin
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When salicylic acid reacts with methanol , Methyl salicylate (commonly known as Oil of Wintergreen) is formed. The chemical formula of Methyl salicylate is C6H4(OH)COOCH3 , It can also be written as C8H8O3
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An emulsifier made from soy oil.
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>> it is poison inside your body (<-- this information has been stated as incorrect) this is wrong, and is not a helpful answer. ketones are produced by the liver as an alternative fuel for the brain, when carbohydrate is not supplied as fuel. Ketones are a class of organic (carbon conta…
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Paraffin candle way could be used in a paraffin wax spa bath, but only if it contains no scents or colors. Paraffin in candle wax often has additives that are not approved for contact with the skin.
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It should be in such a conformation that the ethyl group is at the e-bond position or, in other words, a more horizontal position.
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A 0.205 M solution will have 0.205 moles per liter. 250 milliliters is 1/4 of a liter, so in that sample, there will be 0.05125 moles. NaOH has a molar mass of 39.9971 grams per mole, so 2.05 grams added to 250 mL of water will make the desired solution.
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Naming Alkanes To name any alkane, simply follow these 10 rules (go through them in order): 1) The following names are the basis of the system. The name depends on the number of carbon atoms: 1 carbon CH4: methane 2 carbons C2H6: ethane 3 carbons C3H8: propane 4 carbons C4H10: butane 5 carb…
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- - - I am sorry but I do not know the answer to your question-- The previous answer was "Salt is stuff you put on food", which is absolutely incorrect. I'd say that a blank answer is better than an incorrect one. :)
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There is no chemical name for soap. This is because most soaps are mixtures of compounds and would not have a chemical name.
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~carbohydrates ~proteins ~lipids ~nucleic acids
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John Dalton. is a British Scientist.
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EsterificationSince the salicylic acid is acid, so it will be reacting with ethanol to form ester The two-part name of an ester: the name of the hyrocarbon group from the alcohol comes first, then the name of the carboxylate group derived from the acid name by replacing "-ic" with "-ate" Therefore …
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A physical change is when the same compound/chemical just changes form, for example, water experiences physical changes when it goes from ice to liquid to steam. The identity of the compound is completely unchanged however. A chemical change is one where bonds have changed, therefore the molecule t…
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Removal of an electron Ionization is the removal of an electron from an atom or ion.
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Long-range order Elements themselves are not crystalline or amorphous. Instead this describes the structure of certain elements and compounds in the solid state. For instance, a single element can be found in both a crystalline form as well as an amorphous form. A crystalline solid is on…
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To me both reason can incresed acid gas loading in lean amine. 1.When lean amine temperature is low then then amine absorb more quantity of H2S,CO2 which result high acid gas loading in lean amine. 2.When amine solution concentration is hiegher than 50/50 then slow absorption of CO2 but H2S absorp…
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The alkalinity of a base or acidity of an acid is determined by the pH level. This measures the concentration of hydronium ions.
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AnionA negatively charged ion. For further information you can say PANC (Positive Anode and Negative Cathode). This is used in electric cell. Anions attract to Anode and Cations attract to Cathode.
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dissolve 1.25g of cycloheximide in 10ml of alcohol or any desired solution. Now the concentration is 125mg / ml.
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A reaction that removes essentially all H+ and OH-
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Any food that has a high protein content contains nucleic acids. The answers given below are good, but you can also find nucleic acids in fish, eggs, milk, yogurt, tofu. Answer soy milk, soy beans, root vegetables.. DNA is made of nucleic acids, and since every living this has DNA, and since…
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Polysaccharides are a chains of carbohydrates (monosaccharides) linked together that are longer than 10 to 20 units. Starch, glycogen, and cellulose are made from glucose. Other polysaccharides are made from a variety of different monosaccharides. Hemicelulose is made from glucose, xylose, mannose, …
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A compound consisting of hydrogen and chlorine. Hydrochloric acid is secreted in the stomach and is a major component of gastric juice. A clear, colorless, fuming, poisonous, highly acidic aqueous solution of hydrogen chloride, HCl, used as a chemical intermediate and in petroleum production, ore r…
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Glycerol is also called glycerin or glycerine They are two names for the same compound. According to the I.U.P.A.C. nomenclature, it is also called Propan-1, 2, 3-triol.
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Answer Description Phenyl Trimethicone is a phenyl substituted silicone fluid for use in cosmetic and hair care formulations. Phenyl Trimethicone is typically used in haircare, skincare and other cosmetic products. It imparts the following product enhancing properties: • A high degree of gloss …
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Answer There is none. Toothpaste, all kinds, including Colgate, is a complex mixture of many different chemicals. Look at the list of ingredients marked on the tube for the name of each ingredient. If you'd like to know more about one of those compounds, than come back and ask another question! D…
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From a chemical perspective? It's an organic compound, it contains carbon.Was it organically produced, that is, made without pesticides? Maybe. Probably not if the label doesn't say. --- I am not sure of understanding the question : If organic refers to 'organically grown' or 'certified organic f…
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Some uses of ether include as an anesthesia, a fuel, and medicinal drug. It can also be used as a solvent in different compounds.
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When two oxygen and one hydrogen is mixed together, it forms water, or H2O. NASA uses a combination of hydrogen and oxygen in their fuel tanks to ensure lift-off so it produces a large amount of energy in the right proportions as the reaction is very exothermic. If you mix hydrogen gas and oxygen …
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first you put it in a freezer
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Alcohols have a slight tendency to lose the proton on the alcohol group, however less so than water, and so they do not significantly change the pH when added to water. They can however be deprotonated by a very strong base. See the Web Links and Related Questions to the left for more information
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The STRONG ACIDS (all dissociate completely in water) are: Hydrochloric acid: HCl Hydrobromic acid: HBr Hydroiodic acdi: HI sulfuric acid: H2SO4 (See note no.3 at the end of this page) Nitric acid: HNO3 Perchloric acid: HClO4 Some other acids that are sometimes considered strong are: chloric a…
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Alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, amines, amides, nitrites, nitrates, amino acids, haloalkanes, acyl/acid chlorides, cycloalkanes, cycloalkenes, annulenes, sulfides, sulfates, hydrochlorides, esters, ethers, sugars, cyanates, isocyanates, cyanides, cyanohydri…
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Sublimation is a form of state transition or phase change. It is the process where a solid changes states and turns directly into gas without passing through a liquid state. Dry ice is a good example of a substance that undergoes sublimation. We can watch a chunk of the white solid "disappear" witho…
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The freezing point of alcohol (ethanol, ethylic alcohol) is -114 0C.
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One of the 5 major divisions of chemistry is organic chemistry. The other four include inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, analytical chemistry, and biochemistry.
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when a candle is lighted the solid wax changes into liquid wax,then it turns into vapour to produce flame.new substances like Co2 and H2O are formed alongwith the evoulation of light and heat.
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The higher the viscosity, the lower the flow-ability of a material. (Viscosity=internal resistance to flow)
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A simple distillation is when a liquid is boiled and the vapors are condensed back into liquids in a condenser and captured in a container separate from the one being heated. This method is useful for separating liquids based on their boiling points.
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Chemistry comes from the word "maglahus" which means a girl discovered, sometimes that girl experimented about the life of his father, how she will be going to hell, but in the face of his father she feel sorrow for she was not able to heal her father,,and then she walked to the forest and saw a pla…
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Zeisel's method is used to estimate the alkoxy linkages in an organic compound. In this method the organic compound containing alkoxy group is treated with hydrogen iodide and the alkyl halide formed is further treated with silver nitrate to precipitate silver iodideIn this reaction only hydrogen io…
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In theory; Saturn, a gas planet, is light enough to float on a body of water big enough to contain the ringed giant. The rings would not float, but, the main body of Saturn probably would.
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you have to write entrance conducted by nit warangal i think most probaly notification for the entrance will be released in the month of Jan or feb and exam will be held in the month of may
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A homogenous mixture (or substance or solution) is one where in every part of the mixture (or etc.), the proportion of each component of it is the same. For example, if you took samples of a homogenous mixture from the top, middle and bottom of the tank, they would all be 60% A, 30% B and 10% C.
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A substance that oxidizes another substance Any chemical substance that has a tendency to accept electrons and thereby undergoing reduction themselves is known as an oxidising agent. An oxidizer is a compound that supplies its own oxygen and heat when in contact with organic compounds. These chemi…
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Starch structure starch is a polymer of glucose molecules. It consists of a mixture of 2 ppolysaccharides: 25% amylose - about 2000 glucose residues are linked by the alpha 1-4 glycosidic linkage. It is unbranched and forms a helix. 75% amylopectin - branched chains about 100000 glucose units. …
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Plants store glucose in the form of starch.Starch can be separated into two fractions-amylose and amylopectin. Natural starches are mixtures of amylose (10-20%) and amylopectin (80-90%) Starch is a polymer of glucose molecules. It consists of a mixture of 2 polysaccharides: 25% amylose - about…
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Here are some things that wouldn't be possible without the field of chemistry.
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Assuming we're not throwing ions into the flame and the color is due strictly to temperature, the blue flame is hotter. The problem is that flames can be different colors for reasons other than temperature. Specifically, they may contain ionized materials with strong emission lines that color the f…
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Dipole moment is the measure polarity of a polar covalent bond . In language of physics it can be defined as the measure of strength of electric dipole. It is defined as the product magnitude of charge on the atoms and the distance between the two bonded atoms. Its common unit is debye and SI unit …
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It depends what you want to do! A blue flame is typically much hotter than a yellow flame. Sometimes you want to heat something very hot, and sometimes you want to heat something gently... and so you can choose which part of the flame best suits the purpose! blue flame
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in the mixing of cordial.
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A chemical bond in which one atom gives up an electron to another, forming two ions of opposite charge, and thus generating an electrical force that holds the atoms together. The atoms are thus held together by the attractive force between a positively and a negatively charged ion. An ionic bond is …
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There are numerous possible constitutional isomers of bromopentane. Specifically, the bromine atom can be attached to any of the carbon atoms (although there are only three unique possibilities because the 2 end carbons are identical). So you could have: 1-bromopentane (same molecule as 5-bromopenta…
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study of matter and processes
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Answer All kinds of chemistry go into making explosives and explosions, including organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, analytical chemistry... really all kinds! Almost all explosives are made by some type of chemistry!
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From Wikipedia (see link below): An organic compound is any member of a large class of chemical compounds whose molecules contain carbon; for historical reasons discussed below, a few types of compounds such as carbonates, carbon oxides and cyanides, as well as elemental carbon are considered inorg…
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Answer If exposed to sunlight for a certain period of time, hydrogen peroxide, H2O2, will turn into H20. Hence the brown bottle to keep sunlight out.
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See Web Links See the Web Links for "Answers.com: Sodium benzoate" to the bottom for the answer.
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The benzene molecule is unsaturated but the double bonds present inside the benzene ring are delocalized due to bond resonance (pi structure). This makes the double bonds of benzene much less reactive then more discreet double bonds (as in ethylene). This structure makes it behave more like a satura…
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(Note: Be certain to read caution below.) Here is one way; lemon juice can be used as a simple invisible ink. (Don't use too much!) When it dries, it can't be seen, but applying heat from a low-wattage light bulb later to the paper and ink will turn the "ink" a visible brown. Warning: DO NOT use fi…
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qualitative observation is observation by using the senses, while quantitative observation is observation that is need to measure.
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Answer water and salt are some examples of inorganic compounds that we can use in our daily lives. because both of them do not have carbons. water=H2O. salt=NaCl or sodium chloride. Inorganic Compound subo tite and kantot me
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An inorganic molecule is a substance that does not contain carbon; they are not normally found in living things. Actually, there are plenty of inorganic compounds in living things. But yes, as the name implies, inorganic chemistry is that chemistry that is not organic chemistry - the chemistry of …
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All plastics are polymers (but not the other way around). There are a zillion different plastics, and a wide range of melting temperatures for them. Some don't melt, but actually suffer decomposition at higher temperatures because their molecular structure won't permit them to melt. Unfortunately, t…
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Answer In Reimer- Tieman reaction the electrophile is dichlorocarbene
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The molecular formula of a compound is the number of atoms of each element in one molecule. So in water (H2O), one molecule of water has 2 Hydrogen atoms and one oxygen.
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