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Title      : UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY VOL - II
Subject      : UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY
copyright ©  2018     : Subhas Stores
Author      : K K Padmanabha
Publisher      : Subhas Stores
Chapters/Pages      : 7/167
Total Price      : Rs.      : 95
 
 
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Elements of Quantum Mechanics Total views (1)  
The structure of atom was described in different ways by different scientists. For the 􀂿 rst time Rutherford proposed a model of atom which was not correct completely but he was the 􀂿 rst person who introduced concept of circular orbits for electrons around the nucleus. Later Neils Bohr continued with the circular orbits concepts but added quantisation of circular orbits and ......
Pages: 21
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Ionic Bond Total views (0)  
Molecule is formed by the combination of atoms. Chemical bond is formed between two atoms in a molecule. Chemical bond is a force of attraction between atoms that allows the formation of chemical substances containing two or more atoms. Chemical bond formation involves sharing of outer shell electrons of both atoms or by the complete transfer of one or more electrons from one atom to other ato ......
Pages: 61
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Silicates Total views (0)  
Silicates may be regarded as metal derivatives of silicic acid (H4SiO4). They can be obtained by fusing metal oxide or metal carbonates with silica at about 1775K.
Pages: 5
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Noble Gases Total views (0)  
Elements present in 18th group of periodic table are called noble gases (or inert gases or rare gases). Helium, Neon, Argon, Krypton, Xenon and Radon belong to this group. They are all odourless, colourless, monoatomic gases with very low chemical reactivity. Except Radon all other elements occur in nature in trace amount. Radon is radio active and obtained by the radio active disintegration o ......
Pages: 12
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d-Block and f-Block Elements Total views (0)  
Elements placed in between s-block and p–block elements in the periodic table are called transition elements. Elements from group-3 to group-12 belong to d-block. The differentiating electron enters into d-orbital in penultimate shell (last but one). Therefore d-block elements have partly 􀂿 lled d-orbital in their elementary form or in signi􀂿 cant oxidation states. Zinc, Cadm ......
Pages: 21
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Aromatic Hydrocarbons Total views (0)  
Benzene and all other aromatic hydrocarbons which are structurally related to benzene are called as “arenes”. Benzene is the parent compound of all other arenes. All other compounds are obtained by replacing one or more hydrogen atoms of benzene ring by any group. When one hydrogen atom is replaced, only one compound is obtained. When two hydrogen atoms are replaced, three different compounds ......
Pages: 25
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Organic Halogen Compounds Total views (0)  
Organic halides are compounds in which one hydrogen atom of alkane or arene is replaced by halogen atom.
Pages: 22
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