Properties

Home Chemistry Properties
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.
Ionic bonding formation in sodium chloride (NaCl) from metal sodium and non-metal chlorine atoms in chemistry

Ionic Bonding

What is Ionic Bonding? Ionic bonding is the electrostatic force that binds together oppositely charged ions formed by the transfer of electron or electrons from...
Viscosity is resistance to flowing of fluids like glycerol, ester, oils, water, alcohol, the property define flow of some liquid or gas is slower than other

Viscosity

Meaning of Viscosity in Chemistry Viscosity is the resistance to flow exhibited by fluids (liquid or gas) like glycerol, ester, oils, water, alcohol, ether and...
Covalent bond definition, example and types of bonded or bonding compounds in chemical science

Covalent Bond

Definition of Covalent Bond Covalent bond or covalent bonding means the union of atoms in the molecules like hydrogen, chlorine, oxygen, water, etc, and most...
Density calculation formula of gas for the measurement of molar mass and volume

Density

Density Formula and Measurement Density formula of solid, liquid, and gas molecules or chemical elements is the measurement of massĀ per unit volume of material at...
Calculation of bond energy and bonds dissociation energies of molecule

Bond Energy

Bond Energy and Bond Dissociation Energy Bond energy is the average calculation of dissociation energy of a given chemical bond in the series of different...
Hydrogen bonding and intermolecular and intramolecular hydrogen bond in water, ice, ortho-nitrophenol molecule

Hydrogen Bonding

Hydrogen Bonding Definition in Chemistry Hydrogen bondingĀ or intermolecular and intramolecular hydrogen bond is the weak type of bonds due to very unstable attractive forces responsible...
Electric polarization definition and example of polar molecules in chemistry

Electric Polarization

Electric Polarization of Molecules Electric polarization occurs when a non-polar substance is placed between two parallel plates with an applied electric field. The electric field...
Surface tension or surface energy, property of liquids or water acting if stretched unit area of liquid by elastic membrane

Surface Tension

Surface Tension of Liquid in Chemistry Surface tension or surface energy is the most important characteristic property of liquids origin at the surfaces and displayed...
Different types of bonding (ionic, covalent, metallic bonds) in the common chemical compound

Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding and Compound Chemical bond meaning the different types of force bonding together by two common atoms or groups of atoms forming an aggregate...
Ionization energy or potential trend for periodic table chemical elements in chemistry

Ionization Energy

Definition of Ionization Energy in Chemistry Ionization energy or ionization potential in chemistry is the amount of energy required to remove the outer electron of...