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Isomers, how to find it
how to find it
Libermann''s reaction, CAN SOMEONE PLEASE EXPLAIN TO BE HOW THE LIBERMANNS ...
CAN SOMEONE PLEASE EXPLAIN TO BE HOW THE LIBERMANNS CHEMICAL REACTION WORKS? I ALSO NEED ALOT ABOUT THE CHEMISTRY BEHIND THE REACTION, AND CANT FIND MUCH ONLINE.. PLEASE HELP ME
De-broglie wavelength associated with the hydrogen electron, What is the de...
What is the de-Broglie wavelength associated with the hydrogen electron in its third orbit: (1) 9.96x 10 -10 cm (2) 9.96x 10 -8 cm (3) 9.96x 1
Correct set of four quantum numbers for valence electron, Correct set of fo...
Correct set of four quantum numbers for valence electron of rubidium (Z = 37) is: (1) 5,0,0,+1/2 (2) 5, 1,0,+1/2 (3) 5,1,1,+1/2
Define about crystal field theory, Q. Define about Crystal Field Theory? ...
Q. Define about Crystal Field Theory? This theory is based on two main assumptions. First, all the ligands are considered as point (negative) charges. It means that the size an
heavy water, what is the reaction of heavy wate
what is the reaction of heavy water
Atoms and molecules, name the smallest element that has all properties of a...
name the smallest element that has all properties of an element
Total number of valence electron, The total number of valence electrons in ...
The total number of valence electrons in 4.2 gm N - 3 of ion is ( N A is the Avogadro's number): (1) 1.6N A (2) 3.2N A
Explain cellobiose, Explain Cellobiose Cellobiose is a dimer of D-gluc...
Explain Cellobiose Cellobiose is a dimer of D-glucose, it is hydrolyzed by aqueous acid into two molar equivalents of D- glucose.
Define volume composition, How much air (volume composition: 21% of oxygen ...
How much air (volume composition: 21% of oxygen and 79% of nitrogen) is used up in this process? Assume that oxygen and nitrogen behave like ideal gases. The products a
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