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  • guuri thomas Mole
    How do we work for molar mass?
    05 July 2013Comment
  • aliyu mahmud wappah organic
    what is the difference between gum and adhesive
    12 May 2013Comment
  • aliyu mahmud wappah question
    how many gases are alkaline
    30 April 2013Comment
  • okeyedun taiwo What is clathrate compound
    Organic chemistry
    15 September 2012Comment
    • andy chuks A clathrate, clathrate compound or cage compound is a chemical substance consisting of a lattice of one type of molecule trapping and containing a second type of molecule. The name clathrate complex used to refer only to the inclusion complex of hydroquinone, but recently it has been adopted for many other weak composites which consist of a host molecule... Read All
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    • sunshine mehru ur defination helped me..thanx..can u tell me what is nitrogen fixation..??
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  • bello dare emmanuel What is esterification?
    Give at least five equation on esterification.
    21 July 2012Comment
    • isah usman the process of forming of alkanoates from ethanol and acid. alkanol + acid _______ esthers + water. e.g CH3COOH + C2H50H ______ CH3COOC2H5 + H2O the esther above is names ethyl methanoate.
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  • sana akito Thx for your help even if only part a will be answered it would help me a lot :)
    Ammonia burns in oxygen as shown 4NH3(g) +3O2(g)-->2N2(g)+6H20(l) In an experiment 15 dm3 of ammonia are used and all the gas volumes are measured at room temperature and pressure a) What volume of oxygen in dm3 is required for complete combustion? b) What volume of nitrogen in dm3 will be produced?
    23 April 2012Comment
    • andy chuks The equation above shows the mole ratios of the reaction. 4 moles of ammonia (NH3) reacting with 3 moles of Oxygen (O2) produced 2 moles of Nitrogen (N2) and 6 moles of water (H2O). Note 1 mole of gas is = 22.4dm3 Therefore 4 moles of NH3 = 89.6 dm3 1) Since it was complete combustion, that means if 15dm3 of NH3 was burnt completely 0.67 moles of... Read All
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    • sana akito Thx for your help :)
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  • bello zakariyya Oxygen
    Why oxygen atom has a great likeness of electrons
    05 March 2012Comment
    • andy chuks Because Oxygen atom has six valence electrons and needs just two to complete attain octet. Thus, it exhibits electron afinity
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    • oluwaseyi lawal mind i asking, how about the halogen? which has a greater likeness of electrons: group 6 or 7?
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  • bello zakariyya Chemistry
    Which gas has action on litimus paper
    15 February 2012Comment
    • ademola adebambo dry NH3 gas has no action on litmus paper but the solution of NH3 turns red litmus blue
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  • bello zakariyya Chemistry
    What is process by which chlorine bleach
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    • adebunmi emmanuel Chlorine bleach by oxidatn
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    • oluwaseyi lawal cyhlorine bleach by reacting with water....... 2CL + H20 ------- HOCL + HCL
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  • bello zakariyya Chemistry
    How the percentage of oxygen in air can be determine using burning candle
    15 February 2012Comment
  • daara odugbemi Kinetic Theory of Matter
    can i get some information about the phenomenom guiding kinetic theory of matter
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    • ademola adebambo rapid oscillatory motion i.e Brownian motion.
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    • andy chuks The Kinetic Theory of Matter states that matter is composed of a large number of small particles (atoms or molecules) that are in constant motion. The small particles are always in constant motion and collide with one another and their container. The degree of motion or collision of these particles is dependent of the state of the matter or the force... Read All
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  • okeyedun taiwo What is polarimeter and dextro-laveotometer used for?
    26 November 2011Comment
    • andy chuks A Polarimeter is a device for studying a transparent sample between crossed polarizing devices. A polarimeter is a scientific instrument used to measure the angle of rotation caused by passing polarized light through an optically active substance. Some chemical substances are optically active, and polarized (ie unidirectional) light will rotate either... Read All
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  • kanayochukwu ogbuanu Naming an Organic Compound
    how can i name an organic compound?
    12 July 2011Comment
    • olapade adebowale before naming organic compound you must first no the first 20 elements and after dat wen naming of organic compound der are some certain rules you need to follow. 1.identify the longest chain 2.identify the classes of the compound wether akane, alkene, or others. 3.identify the functional group. 4.After identify the functional group, you start naming... Read All
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