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Author      : K K Padmanabha
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Nuclear and Radiation Chemistry Total views (0)  
Nuclear chemistry is a branch of chemistry dealing with radioactivity, nuclear processes and nuclear properties. It is the chemistry of radioactive elements such as actinides, radium and radon together with the chemistry associated with equipment (such as nuclear reactors) which are designed to perform nuclear processes. It includes the study of the chemical effects resulting from the absorpt ......
Pages: 36
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States of Matter and Structure of Ionic Solids Total views (0)  
Matter is any thing that has mass and occupies volume. It exists in three different physical states. They are solid state, liquid state and gaseous state. But there is no much demarcation between the three states. Depending on temperature and pressure conditions, the matter can exist in any one of the physical state.
Pages: 36
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Powder Metallurgy Total views (0)  
Reduction of metal oxide to metal in powder form is used in the manufacture of high melting metals such as tungsten, titanium etc. High melting alloys are made by compressing powders of the metals. This is followed by sintering in an electric furnace. The sintering temperature of a powder is usually at about 2/3th of the melting point of the metal. Thus powder metallurgy technique lower the te ......
Pages: 5
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Steel Total views (0)  
Pure iron is a silvery white lustrous metal, malleable and ductile. It does not harden on quenching. It is the most magnetic substance among all elements. Iron has four allotropic forms
Pages: 11
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Environmental and Green Chemistry Total views (0)  
Environmental Chemistry is a science which deals with various chemical phenomenon occurring in the environment. It includes the study of sources and effects of chemical species called pollutants on air, water and soil. By definition, pollutant is a substance either by a natural source or by human activity which has an adverse effect on the environment, i.e. which causes environmental pollution ......
Pages: 30
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Carbonyl Compounds Total views (0)  
C = O group is called carbonyl group. Compounds containing carbonyl group are called carbonyl compounds. Aldehydes and ketones are carbonyl compounds. When H is attached to carbonyl group, it is aldehyde. R—C=O R may be hydrogen or any other substituent.
Pages: 18
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Carboxylic Acids and Their Derivatives Total views (0)  
This class of compounds has carboxylic group as functional group. They have the general formula R—COOH ( R is alkyl or aryl substituent). They do not give reactions due to carbonyl group and hydroxyl group, but give reactions due to –COOH group
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Tautomerism and Enolates Total views (0)  
When methylene (-CH2-) group is planked between two electron withdrawing groups, hydrogen atoms of CH2 group become acidic and reactive. –CH2- group is called reactive methylene group and compounds containing active methylene group are called “active methylene compounds”.
Pages: 17
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Adsorption and Catalysis Total views (0)  
The phenomenon of accumulation of one substance on the surface of other substance is called adsorption. This process creates a film of one substance on the surface of other substance. This process differs from absorption, in which a one substance is dissolved in another substance. Note that adsorption is a surface-based process while absorption involves the whole volume of the material. The t ......
Pages: 22
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Phase Rule Total views (0)  
The phase rule is an important and versatile tool in the study of heterogeneous equilibrium. It relates the conditions which must be specified to describe the state of a system at equilibrium. The phase rule was deduced from thermodynamic considerations by Willard Gibbs (1876). The rule is stated in terms of number of phases (P), the number of components (C) and the degrees of freedom (F) of ......
Pages: 13
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