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Subject      : Chemistry
copyright © 2018   : Subhas Stores
Author      : K K Padmanabha
Publisher      : Subhas Stores
Chapters/Pages      : 9/261
Total Price      : Rs.      : 149
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Mathematical concepts Total views (0)  
Knowledge of mathematical concepts is essential for a chemist to solve many chemistry problems. Some important relations are very useful in chemistry.
Pages: 32
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Elements of Quantum Mechanics Total views (0)  
The structure of atom was described in diferent ways by different scientists. For the first time Rutherford proposed a model of atom which was not correct completely but he was the person who introduced circular orbits for electrons for the first time. Later Neils Bohr continued with the circular orbitals concepts but added quantisation of circular orbits and discrete circular orbits. This was ......
Pages: 42
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Periodic Table and Properties Total views (0)  
The elements are arranged in the form of table called periodic table. In 1789, Antoine Lavoisier identified a list of 33 chemical elements, grouping them into gases, metals, nonmetals, and earths. In 1817, Johann Wolfgang Döbereiner began to formulate one of the earliest attempts to classify the elements. In 1828 he found that some elements formed groups of three with related properties. He te ......
Pages: 31
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Oxidation Number: Total views (0)  
The oxidation state or number is the difference between the number of electrons associated with an atom in a compound as compared with the number of electrons in an atom of the element. In ions, the oxidation state is the ionic charge. In covalent compounds the oxidation state corresponds to the formal charge. Elements are assumed to exist in the zero oxidation state. Oxidation number of an a ......
Pages: 21
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Non-aqueous Solvents Total views (0)  
Water is the best solvent for many substances. Some substances are insoluble in water. Some other molecules undergo chemical reaction with water. Then to prepare a solution of such substances other solvents have to be used. They are called nonaqueous solvents.
Pages: 6
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Liquids and Solutions Total views (0)  
Proper􀆟 es of liquids. Liquids exhibit various properties like viscosity, surface tension, refractive index etc.
Pages: 63
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Classification and Nomenclature of Organic Compounds Total views (0)  
Carbon is an essential element for both plants and animals. It is tetravalent in nature. It can link to number of carbon atoms in any fashion. This phenomenon is called catenation. Due to catenation, large numbers of compounds are formed called organic compounds.
Pages: 15
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Electronic Effects and Reactive Intermediates: Total views (0)  
During chemical reaction old bonds are broken down and new bonds are formed. Breaking and making of bonds is called chemical reaction.
Pages: 14
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Aliphatic Hydrocarbons Total views (0)  
Alkanes are saturated hydrocarbons containing C–C bonds. They are represented by the general formula CnH2n+2 where n is the number of carbon atoms. n=1 CH4 methane, n=2 C2H6 ethane, n=4 C4H10 butane, etc. In alkanes carbon atoms are sp3 hybridised. Hence alkanes are Tetrahedral in nature. As they contain only single bonds, they are inert towards most of the chemical reagents. Hence they are al ......
Pages: 37
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