Introduction to Inorganic and Organic Chemistry, Chemistry

Although CO is well known, SiO does not exist under ordinary conditions. Why is that?
Posted Date: 3/2/2013 10:26:08 PM | Location : Guyana







Related Discussions:- Introduction to Inorganic and Organic Chemistry, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Introduction to Inorganic and Organic Chemistry, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Introduction to Inorganic and Organic Chemistry Discussions

Write discussion on Introduction to Inorganic and Organic Chemistry
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Iso-electronic species is: (1) F - ,O -2              (2) F - , O                (3)  F - , O +                           (4) F - , O +2 Ans:  F - ,O- 2

work is not a state function. Explain

Substitution reactions Replacement of a molecule or set/group of the substrate by any another type of atom or group is termed as substitution reactions. Examples :

Explain The bromonium ion The bromonium ion derived from the reaction of cyclopentene with bromine undergoes backside substitution by water to give the trans-bromohydrin, whic

Tests for acetone - Indigo test and Iodoform test (a) Indigo test: When a small amount of orthonitrobenzaldehyde is added to approximately 2 ml. of acetone and it is diluted al


why is ethanol used as an solvent in substitution reactions? ethanol is used as an solvent because it is soluble in water and also it is more reacive.... Ethanol is used u

what are the chemical properties of protium, deuterium and tritium.


how alkenes oxidise with potassium