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Properties, physical and chemical property are considered as a key to understanding chemical elements (atom, molecule), substances, or matter present in our earth environment in science. The appearance, color, order, atomic and molecular weight, and density, etc are considered as the fundamental physical properties of atoms and molecules but chemical properties include ionization energy, electron affinity, hydration enthalpy, electronegativity, chemical bonding, etc. In learning chemistry, we discuss some topics related to the physical and chemical properties of atom, molecules, or compounds.
Calculate oxidation number or state of periodic table chemical elements

Oxidation Number

Oxidation Number of Periodic Table Elements Oxidation number or state of periodic table elements in a chemical compound or molecule is the formal charges (positive...
Define electron affinity measurement and affinities trends of periodic table chemical elements

Electron Affinity

Electron Affinity in Periodic Table Electron affinity (EA) or electron gain enthalpy or simply affinity in the periodic table define as the amount of energy...
Shielding electrons effect and Slater's rule for calculating the screening constant

Shielding Electron

Shielding Electron and Slater's Rule Shielding electron or screening electron and shielding effect decreasing the attractive force between the valence shell electrons and the nucleus...
Calculate the dipole moment of water and methane molecules

Dipole Moment

Dipole Moment Application in Chemistry Dipole moment application in chemistry, used for calculation of ionic character of covalent bonds, bond angle, electric polarization, and polarity...
Bond moment and polarity of substituted derivative of o, p, m-isomers of benzene molecules

Dipole Moment Molecules

Dipole Moment of Benzene Molecules The dipole moment of molecules like benzene zero suggested that the benzene ring has a regular hexagonal planner aromatic structure with...
The polarity of bonds in polar and nonpolar molecules like water and carbon dioxide in chemistry


Polarity of Bonds and Polar Molecules Polarity of bonds and polar molecules are formed by the asymmetric charge distribution on chemical bonds like water, hydrogen...