Inorganic Chemistry

Parent Category: Chemistry
Inorganic chemistry deals with non carbon based compounds.


I believe they are things we need in our diet that are eithersimple compounds like water (H2O) or pure elements like iron.
Graphite and diamonds are two allotropes of carbon. Both are pure carbon, but in a different crystal form.
Allotrophy is the existence of two or more different physical formsof a chemical element. Soot, Diamond, and Charcoal are allallotropes of carbon.
An organic compound is any member of a large class of gaseous,liquid, or solid chemical compounds whose molecules contain carbon.An inorganic compound, any substance in which two or more chemicalelements other than carbon are combined, nearly always in definiteproportions. Compounds of carbon are...
Not always, while organic compounds my not exhibit all of theproperties of a metal they may exhibit some. A compound with ametallic sheen does not necessarily make it a metal. Some organiccompounds come in the form of sugars. Granulated sugar, GlucoseC6H12O6, is an organic compound, while...
Similar metals are "sifted" in similar ways. If the metals alsohave a similar melting an boiling point, it may be difficult todifferentiate between the two metals even if they are heated.Chemicals and processes that normally separate the base metal fromits ore when the metal is first refined may not...
All hydrocarbons are organic in nature.
inorganic compounds represent everything that does not containcarbon as a chemical compound (with very few exceptions) this meansthat almost every process that happens in the industrial world hasthe use of an inorganic compound. In fact almost everyone dependson inorganic compounds to simple get...
Mercury(Hg) and Aluminum(Al) form a mercury amalgam at roomtemperature
No. Water is a chemical compound and a pure substance. Hydrocarbonsare a large class of compounds which are composed of the elementshydrogen and carbon. Allotropes are forms of the same element witha different arrangement of atoms (example: graphite and diamond areboth pure carbon.)
The results of a titration will tell you the number of molespresent in the analyte. If you then also know the mass of thisanalyte, you can calculate the molecular weight as mass/moles.
Cations just are! They are the positive part of ionic compounds,and as such are part of the way the universe is built.
Fats are organic compounds.
Basically, all organic compounds have carbon and organic chemistryis the study of carbon based comounds. Inorganic generally do notcontain carbon (with exceptions being carbon monoxide, carbondioxide, metal carbonates, metal bicarbonates and metal carbides).
A direct addition of standard titrant to the analyte (in stepwise way) in the presence of acid-base indictor till the reaction is complete and reaching the E.P ( color change of the indicator) .
Neutralization occurs at the "equivalence point," where the molesof your acid and your base are the same. A chemical indicator tellsyou when this point is reached, and changes color appropriately.
A liquid crystal that doesn't contain the element carbon.
Chloromethane is an organic compound.
Amperometry refers to study of current. it refers to measurement of current, produced by titrationreaction, for determining equivalence point (the point at which chemically equivalent quantities of acid and base had been mixed)
Allotropes of carbon include diamond, graphite, and amorphous carbon like coal and soot.
Hydrogen peroxide is inorganic as it does not contain carbon.
It is simply a base which is not a carbon compound. A base is theopposite of an acid.
Titration is a common laboratory method of quantitative chemical analysis that is used to determine the unknown cocncentration of a known reactant. The word "titration" comes from the Latin word titulus , meaning inscription or title. The French word titre , also from this origin, means rank....
Water is an inorganic compound. This is the case because it doesNOT contain carbon atoms. Organic compounds must contain carbon.
Phenolphthalein indicates red for acids and blue for bases.
cement is made up of four main compounds: tricalcium silicate (3CaO × SiO 2 ), dicalcium silicate (2CaO × SiO 2 ), tricalcium aluminate (3CaO × Al 2 O 3 ), and a tetra-calcium aluminoferrite (4CaO × Al 2 O 3 Fe 2 O 3) . hence builders use inorganic chemicals
At half titration pH=pKa (you need the pH from the graph of yourtitration, y axis) ph = pKa + log (base/acid) 10^-pKa = Ka Kw=Ka*Kb Kb=Kw/Ka Ka = Kw/Kb
Caustic acids are: HCl, HNO 3 ,H 2 SO 4 , CCl 3COOH, HClO 4 and many other.
generally organic
indirect titration is a process where in the analyte did not react with the titrant, directly,instead..they are connected with the use of iodine.
Upon swallowing such a solution, you would collapse almostimmediately and lose consciousness within 10-20 seconds. Deathwould follow in a matter of minutes. With such a massive dose taken, any medical assistance, no matterhow aggressive, would prove futile. A gram mixed in with about 4 to...
Organic substances contain Carbon - {Tibetan receipts were regarded as Sacred and as such were 'Buried' in hillside cave enscourments} - Organic Chemistry is defined as the Chemistry of the Compounds of Carbon, and Biochemistry uses the Macromolecular aspect of organic chemistry to build Cells...
I would guess that this is so because of potassium's mass, being much more than, sodium's molar mass per ion.== Answer ==. So can sodium iodide be used instead of potassium iodide?. Perhaps, but maybe not to the same level effectiveness. Potassium molecules have been known to dissolve better than...
well theres two ways you can do it, 1. you can combust the products, and if carbon dioxide is present using limewater, then the product is organic, and if no co2 produced then inorganic. 2. Heat the compound in air, and it residue is left behind then the compound is inorganic, and no residue =...
HCL is used to provide the acidic conditions required in the iodometeric titration..
In potentiometric titration, the change in the concentration of H + ions are monitored based on the emf measurement with respect to Saturated calomel electrode ( a reference electrode having a standard reduction potential of 0.2422 V). H + ions concentration in terms of pH change is measured using...
This is because in acidic medium kmn04 decomposes to give Mn2+ ions which impart pink colour to the solution. The reaction being Mno4- +8H+5e ----->Mn2+ + 4H2O
In the food industry, Titration is often used to estimate theamount of fatty acids in a fat. In waste water analysis it can becombined with reactants to measure ammonia levels and otherchemical present in water.
It is organic substance
Table salt is sodium chloride and is inorganic
Starch is not used in order to do this. This is because starch isable to form a complex along with the iodine and this is theindicator.
Parts per million, equivalent to milligrams per Liter.
Please ask a friend to help you write this question in understandable English so it can be answered.
Crude oil consists almost entirely of carbon-based molecules. Anything with carbon in usually considered organic.
Adsorption is the process by which a substance in a gas or liquidbecomes attached to the surface of a solid. Some examples are theocean adsorbing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and the adsorbingof non edible particles to bone used to stir food mixtures by earlyhumans.
I think companies which might need titrations are companies envolved in the production of drugs.
Caustic soda, also known as sodium hydroxide, is inorganic. It contains no carbon.
B stands for Boron. Boron ion (B³±) is cation but it is well known as non - metal. But if Only B is asked then as B is atom and atom is neutral in charge.
It is the determination of amount of free acid in a liquid.
In general organic compounds / substances / materials containcarbon atoms bonded with other atoms and/or those related to life.It is the chemistry of carbon containing compounds. Inorganic is everything else and generally do not contain carbon(with some exceptions).
The 'valency' of a cation describes the free orbitals it has to accept lewis electrons. For example, potassium is monovalent (or univalent), and only has one empty orbital to accept electrons, whereas calcium is divalent, and has two empty orbitals, (and a 2+ charge) to accept donor electrons for...
Concentration of the liquid.
\nGraphite which is a crystalline allotrope of carbon conducts electricity because of the presence of free mobile electrons occassioned by their planar structure.
Without any water, especially crystalized water
The slow process of conversion of dead vegetations into coal is called carbonization.
In general organic contains carbon molecules and/or those relatedto life. It is the chemistry of carbon containing compounds. Inorganic is everything else and generally do not contain carbon(with some exceptions).
you weigh by difference to minimise the amount of errors because essentially all scales have the same ammount of error on them.
An example of an indicator would be Phenol Red, or Universal Indicator. Depending on the pH range of the indicator and the pH range of the substrates you would use the appropriate indicator. absorption indicators are responsible for precipitation which shows the end point when a sharp color change of ppt occur
Compounds with covalent bonds form molecules not ions Compounds consisting of non-metals bonded to nonmetals do not form ions
No. Quartz is silicon dioxide (SiO 2 ) and is a crystalline solid
i didnt know what you need exactly but take this formula where we used to measure real calcium in serum. (40-albumin)*0,08. then add the calcium result from lab paper
Before two molecules react, they must have the necessary activationenergy.
It is organic substance
Lactic acid is an organic compound. It is one of the four ending products of fermentation.
Because sulphuric acid is non volatile and its sulphate ion is not interfering during the titration process while HCl is a volatile substance and its chloride ion interfere in the reaction as a reducing agent.
Phenolphthalein is normally used for this reaction as it accurately displays the end point of the reaction, turning colorless as soon as it reaches the end point of the reaction. If carrying out this reaction, be careful, as the change is usually quite sudden. The color exhibited should be pink ...
In a titration the pipette is used to transfer 25 cm 3 (usually to ±0.05 cm 3 ) of a solution into a conical flask. Another solution that reacts with the solution in the conical flask is carefully added from a burette until it has all exactly reacted. This is called the end point of the...
Suppose you have titration solution do you know if you have too much standard base?
Titration is to be done at elevated temperatures to prevent side reactions
i think donate the electrons and other accept the electrons i.e one oxidized and other reduced. Raman sir what ever the defination ap jo diye na ,vo mujae half answer jise dikra hy, what v have learnt abt redox titration is all abt oxidation and reduction. In simple words " the...
1-determination of ferrous [Fe+2] ion in a sample solution in(g\L).. 2-determination of (ferrous and ferric )in a mixture.. 3-determination of purity of KClO3 sample.. 4-determination of [fe+2] in unknown sample.. 5-determination of total iron [Fe] in an iron ore.. 6-determination of [Fe+3] in a...
Because if DC is used, solution undergoes electrolysis and the products of electrolysis set up a back emf which opposes the flow of current -s
A titration in which the mass of the titrant is measured instead of the volume. Then you can express moles of reagent/ kg of titrant as it's concentration. How convenient. They are more accurate and precise because on most analytical scales you can measure out four or more decimal places. Where as...
No, like all alcohols methyl alcohol is organic.
Cations are attracted to a cathode.
There are no inorganic carbohydrates!.
In life on Earth, dihydrogen monoxide (H 2 O, typically called water) is essential as a solvent for almost every chemical reaction that takes place in cells. Without water, there is no way for the reactants to move around the cell and react with each other. Also, in many cases, water dissolves the...
trial titration to ensure our reading does not entrruped with other small sustances
"Titration" is the process of determining the concentration of one substance in another. When the titration is "non-aqueous", the substance which is being measured is present in a liquid other than water.
Inorganic means that it is non biodegrable . so, it is inorganic silt.
Sodium carbonate is generally considered an inorganic compound, even though it contains carbon.