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what is screening effect ?
React Benzil with 60% NaOH
how will you test for the presence of the halogen in iodoform?
Fundamentals of Acids and Bases Bronsted-Lowry theory: A Bronsted acid is a (proton) + donor, whilst a Brønsted base is a proton acceptor. An acid-base reaction involves t
As compared to covalent compounds, electrovalent compounds generally have: (1) Low melting points and low boiling points (2) Low melting points and high boiling points (3
which compound has sharp, unpleasant and pungent smell?
Why are they (Lanthanides and Actinides) called Inner Transition Elements?
p-orbitals of an atom in presence of magnetic field are: (1) Two fold degenerate (2) Non degenerate (3) Three fold degenerate (4) None of these Ans: Non degenerate
General principles for naming organic compounds In the general system, all the isomeric alkanes (having similar molecular formula) have the the same parent name. The names of
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