Organic Chemistry is the branch of chemistry that deals with carbon, its compounds, and their properties.
Organic Chemistry is the branch of chemistry that deals with carbon, its compounds, and their properties.
Its hybridization is sp3d
Yes hydrogen is present in protein back bone and peptide side chains. In addition proteins are rich in Carbon hence known as organic molecule. Traces of sulfur also their in aminoacids such as serine and threionine
Fats are soluble in non-polar compounds.
para is more polar than the ortho
Not if you are only "exterminating" your own property. If you are advertising yourself as an exterminator to others, then you need a license.
Depends on the hydrocarbon : Hydrocarbon gases are asphixiants and can be narcotic. N-alkanes (straight chain hydrocarbons) up to about 10carbon atoms long have some toxicity, above that not so. Aromatic hydrocarbons vary greatly in toxicity depending on size and side chain placement. There is no "one size fits all" answer to this question.
it is the hardest substance there is so it is used in applications where you need to drill grind or boar through some thing for instance they mine salt by using long chains embedded with diamonds to break off slabs of salt
Liquid crystals are certain long chain organic chemicals that, although liquid they have a strong tendency to align in "crystal like" arrays. Normal liquids have no (or very little) order, liquid crystals have order approaching that of solid crystals. Liquid crystals are useful in electronics (displays), temperature sensing (indicators), and other technologies because application of various stresses (e.g. electric field, heat) cause them to change their "crystal" properties in ways that solid crystals can't. These… Read More
Ketorol DT is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory. It's used to treat swelling and pain, usually from dental procedures. It's active ingredient is Ketorolac.
use a finger
No, hair is mostly protein.
This formula shows two structural isomers which are known as positional isomers one is 1-propanol and 2nd is 2-propanol.
2-butene show geomatric isomerism because each double bond carbon atom has two different group
Aniline is much less basic than cyclohexyl amine
We can prepare dry toluene by adding sodium wire and adding benzophenone indicator and refluxing it for 6 hours:) AAMIR HASSAN SHAH M.PHIL SCHOLAR QAU. ISLAMABAD PAKISTAN
It proceeds through a carbene intermediated mechanism.first an acyl carbene is formed, which undergoes wolff rearrangement followed by hydrolysis to yield carboxilic acid
Now that's strange. Most of the plants in my garden are green and they are all exposed to air.
four peaks because there are four different types of BrCl: (81)Br(37)Cl, (81)Br(25)Cl, (79)Br(37)Cl, (79)Br(25)Cl
1.09670 kg/m3 gas
water marbles are made from the same material as contact lenses
sorbitol is organic
No. Metals act as reducing agents, though copper is a rather weak reducer.
Some examples of a reversible change are: Melting butter Melting ice Freezing ice-cream
Ammonia hydroxide is a protic solvent however ethanol is aprotc or organic solvent in ethanol very week hydrogen bondings are formed so ammonia hydroxide partially soluble in ethanol when we heated it (increasing of reactivity) we can see the comlete solubility
i don't know but if you are signed in and you know the answer pleas improve this answer and put the right answer in
Distillation :-) Hope this helps
One is the trade name, the name given by the company who markets that specific formulation e.g. Flagyl. This name is variable. The other is the generic, proper, scientific name that all drugs should be referred by. It is the 'active' ingredient. E.g. metronidazole for the above.
1.2 - 1.5 Angstroms
Hydration of ethene or fermentation.
Halides are found in biological systems - most organisms have tons of dissolved chloride ion, and mammals at least have quite a bit of dissolved iodide. Are you asking why biological systems don't have HALOGENS? Halides are ions (like chloride, aka Cl-) and halogens are the molecular forms (like chlorine, aka Cl2). Halogens and acid anhydrides are toxic to biological systems because they are very reactive, and would halogenate and form adducts on proteins, DNA… Read More
Between methanethiol and methanol (if both species remain PROTONATED), I think methanethiol is the better base (ie, it is easier to form CH3CH2SH2+ than to form CH3CH2OH2+) because the lone pairs on the O are closer to the nucleus (O is more electronegative than S), so the O lone pairs are less available to reach out and grab a proton (aka they are less basic). Between the DEPROTONATED forms, methoxide (CH3CH2O-) is definitely more basic… Read More
Here is an extremely roundabout synthesis I came up with: CH4 + Br2 + hv ==> CH3Br (free radical halogenation) CH3Br + NaOH ==> CH3OH (Sn2) CH3OH can be oxidized to formaldehyde (CH2O) by a variety of reagents, including silver catalysts, or a PCC oxidation might also do the trick. CH3Br + Mg + ether ==> CH3MgBr (grignard reagent) CH3MgBr + CH2O ==> + reprotonation ==> CH3CH2OH But obviously, one would never do such a… Read More
Glacial acetic acid is concentrated acetic acid. It is clear.
No, Hexane (C6H14) is hardly poisonous but extremely flamable!
Since there are two oxygen molecules, the molar mass would be twice the atomic weight given in the periodic table of elements. O = 16 g/mole O2 = 32 g/mole
Hydrolysis - the ester would be hydrolyzed to its component acid and alcohol (benzoic acid and ethanol, respectively).
Such compounds are Carboxylic acids.
They are the interactions that are caused by permanent dipoles in molecules. When an atom is covalently bonded to another atom of different electronegativity the electronegative atom pulls the electrons in the bond nearer to itself, becoming slightly negative. Therefore the other atom becomes positive, this causes electrostatic forces between the atoms. The molecules rearrange in order to cause more attraction n consequently reduce potential energy.
A. A balance chemical equation of burning of ethene is C2H4 + 3O2 ____ 2CO2 + 2H2O now according to balance chemical equation 1 mole of ethene burn by using 3 moles of oxygen so to burn 10 moles of ethene 3 x 10 30 moles of oxygen will be required.
Some types or examples of aromatic water are chloroform water, cinnamon water, peppermint water, carawill water, and annise water.
Has anyone observed a positive Tollens reaction with a primary alkohol? I have observed the following: Positive Tollens with ethanol. I suspected presence of ethanale and therefore tried the same bottle with 2,4-DNPH. This test was negative..Has anyone got a similar experience?
An acid has a pH level below 7 whereas a base has a pH level above 7.
To create enantiomers, the chiral carbon and its attached groups must be non-superimposable. The typical example would be to use our hands as an example: both hands facing down would be mirror images of each other. However, putting one hand on top of the other would be non-superimposable. When the isomer of one molecule is added to its enantiomer, its optical rotation disappears and becomes racemic--achiral.
Cost! more expensive to produce
It's double replacement. Notice how the positive ions change positions.
Assuming that the incomplete valencies of the carbon atoms are made up for by a pi bond, such a compound would be called, prop-1-ene.
anabolic pathway is one that the products are more complicated than reactants. they usually need energy(ΔG>0) anabolic pathways are enzymatic and occur in living organism cells and uses energy to construct components of cells such as protein and nucleic acid.
1.nascent hydrogen is produced only in the reaction mixture and it at once reacts with the reducing agent.Thus nascent hydrogen can be prepared, in solution, at ordinary temperature.But atomic hydrogen is produced at high temperature at about 3000 C by dissociating hydrogen molecule.Atomic hydrogen can't be prepared in solution at ordinary temperature.2.Atomic hydrogen is much stronger reducing agent than nascent hydrogen.3.Nascent hydrogen can never be isolated but atomic hydrogen can beNascent hydrogen life period has… Read More
Aldehydes easily reduce to primary alcohols.
balsa foam is a formulated heavy denity phenolic foam i know because i formulate it A.F.T.
Each member differs by CH2 so the difference in carbon atoms is simply 1.
Glycerol has a notoriously "bendy" structure with a lot of areas for other glycerol molecules to hook onto it and get tangled in the solution (this is why glycerol is one of the most viscous organic liquids as well) making it harder for the molecules to escape into the gas phase. Ethylene Glycol has a higher bp than ethanol because it has two free oxygen molecules on which hydrogen bonding can occur, while ethanol only… Read More
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mols\L=M x\2.00=0.500 x=.500(2.00) x=1.00 mol K=39.10 g/mol N=14.01 g/mol O=16.00 g/mol 39.10+14.01+3(16.00)=101.11g/mol 1.00mol(101.11g/mol) = 101.11g of KNO3
With a Seimans meter.
Policyclic non-aromatic (alicyclic) compounds, I believe.
Propane has not a color.
An alcohol, a carboxylic acid and H2SO4.
From a chemistry point of view, organic compounds are carbon compounds and organic chemistry is the study of carbon and its derivatives. But from a biological aspect, organic compounds are those that are obtained from plants or animals.
yes it is colloid
2h2s + 3o2 ----> 2so2 + 2h2o
Steel is mainly Iron with small amount of Nickel or/and chromium, carbon content of steel is about 2.5%. The increase in temperature increases the distance among the Iron atoms so carbon become accommodated easily in material.
varnish solvents and for rubber manufacturing
When calcium carbite is added to H2O (water) It created a gas. When this gas is ignited it explodes! :D <><><> The gas is acetylene- C2H2. Very flammable.
(ml NaCl )(1M NaCl) = (200ml NaCl )(0.05M NaCl ) = 10 ml
0.5 m Na2CO3 1 m NaCI 3 m glycerol 2 m NH4NO3 1.5 m Ca(NO3)2
It is 2-hydroxyethanoic acid. also commonly called as glycolic acid.
In structural isomers, the atoms and functional groups are joined together in different ways. Text definition: Two or more substances composed of the same elements with the same proportions but differ in properties due to different arrangements of atoms. For more details see the Web Links to the left. First of all in organic chemistry you are always dealing with a string of Carbon atoms and an isomer both samples have the same amount of… Read More
The protein has a quaternary structure. In addition, each polypeptide chain has a primary, secondary, and tertiary structure. The primary structure is the sequence of amino acids in a chain. The secondary structure is the next higher level of arrangement of a chain in space, for example coiling into a alpha-helix, shaping into a beta-pleated sheet, or forming into a turn or loop. Tertiary structure is a yet higher-level folding of the chain into its… Read More
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Why you would want to do this I'm really not sure... try dropping the compound on the floor... or maybe spitting in the reaction! What's hard is reducing the amount of impurities... maximizing the amount of impurities is easy! Add some dirt, some random chemicals, don't follow the protocol for the reaction... whatever!
It will either melt or react (either burn, react with something else, or decompose).
Citric acid is a crystalline acid (C6H8O7) from the fermentation of carbohydrates or from lemon, lime, and pineapple juices. Citric acid is used in preparing citrates, in flavorings, and metal polishes.
Use a method called titration, where a known concentration of either a strong acid (to measure a weak base) or a strong base (to measure a weak acid) is slowly added to a solution of the unknown compound. By measuring the pH of the solution as you do the titration, and by measuring the volume of the known solution that you added to the unknown, you can determine the pKa of the unknown compound. For… Read More
The octane number is a measure of performance of a fuel. It is measured relative to pure isooctane which is given an arbitrary value of 100. It is possible for fuels to have an octane number higher than 100. The higher the octane number the more compression it takes for the fuel to detonate. Higher octane fuel is used usually in high performance vehicles where the engines have higher compression ratios. If the octane number… Read More
Kerosene is a non-polar molecule. It is a hydrocarbon. [http://www.answers.com/topic/kerosene Click here for more information about kerosene from Answers.com]
It is used for electricity in nuclear power plants == == Nuclear power is used to heat steam which then turns turbines, which generate electricity in nuclear power stations and also to provide propulsion and power on board nuclear submarines.
Water is a good solvent due to its polarity. It's hydrogen side is slightly positively charged, and its oxygen side is slightly negatively charged. This allows it to dissolve soluble ionic compounds effectively.
When calculating the theoretical yield of a product within a reaction, the idea is to convert mass reactant --> mass product; in other words, "how many grams of product X will N grams reactant A and N grams reactant B yield (create)?" Whichever mass is the lowest is considered the theoretical yield (in other words, the reactant that produces the least amount of product). __A + __B --> __X mass reactant A => mass product… Read More
benzene will cause drowsiness, confusion, stomachache, ect.
The essential reaction is between phosgene and bisphenol.
Calcium Carbonate Some compounds are amphipathic. Water is a polar solvent and hexane is a nonpolar solvent. For a compound to dissolve in both, it would need to posses some nonpolar properties and some polar properties.
The electron configuration of titanium is [Ar]3d24s2.
1. evaporation 2. evaporation there you go sorry i don't actualy know either
Organic means anything that contains carbon - hydrogen bonds. chemicals that contain covalently bound carbon and hydrogen atoms and are involved in metabolic reactions In relation to food, organic means 100% natural. No chemical fertilizers (only manure and compost ) and no special additives (ie no pesticides for plants, growth hormones or antibiotics for livestock) were used at all. This must hold true from the beginning to end--from seed to silo, from egg to slaughterhouse… Read More
Organic molecules are substances found in living things, the four main classes are carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids. The original definition of organic chemicals were ones that could only be made by living things (organisms, thus the name) never in a lab. Then chemists gradually learned how to make a few of them. The definition was changed to complicated compounds containing the element carbon. This usually requires a minimum of 2 carbon atoms per… Read More
chemical property is a characteristic that can only be seen when the material changes and a new material is formed. Examples of chemical properties are ability to burn, ability to rust and ability to sour. So a chemical property of wood is its ability to burn. When it burns, it gets hot and changes to ash. A physical property is a characteristic that can be seen or measured without changing the material. Examples are odor… Read More
When u provide energy to a substance the foce of attraction between the substance weakens(thes why on boiling water turns into vapour).Thus, in hot water the the water molecules are more apart from each other than normal/cold water so the sugar molecules find more space to get into.That's why sugar dissolves faster in hot water
Fire Burning,Iron Rusting
A very short definition is: organic chemistry is the chemistry of carbon compounds. But, by tradition some compounds of carbon are considered inorganic chemicals. Or Organic chemistry is the study of Hydrocarbons or their derivatives
Yes! It was issued by the DDR (Germany) in 1979. The link will bring up a picture.
Easy - water.
Naphthalene is strictly non-polar with a structure similar to two benzene rings linked together. Similarly ether is also highly non-polar. Since like dissolves like naphthalene is soluble in ether.
sea water boil at 105 c
Well let's take an example that we have an a container with both oil and water in it these are inmiscible, know, let's say there is elemental iodine I2 in this container, iodine is nonpolar, so there will be more dissolved in the oil (an organic non polar solvent) than the water (a nonorganic polar solvernt). However, there will be a trace amount of iodine dissolved in the water. The distribution coefficient for this oil… Read More
use a magnet...iron filings will attatch to it, sugar won't...... use water ,... sugar will dissolve, iron filings won't
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 absorption incresed which result high acis gas loading in lean amine. Note: Lean amne temperature is the main thing to increase acid gas loading. Jan… Read More
The alkalinity of a base or acidity of an acid is determined by the pH level. This measures the concentration of hydronium ions.