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What is Science?

Science is any systemic study or learning of the natural world through testable experiments to get the knowledge of physical or chemical phenomena occurring in the natural world. In simple words, a systematic and logical approach to discovering how things in the universe work is called science.

what is science like physical, chemical, medical, and environmental science?

Learning chemistry, Physics, mathematics, and biology are the main classes of sciences and scientific studying. Medicinal, environmental, and computer science are also included in the sciences. Modern sciences are generally divided into three major branches−natural sciences, social sciences, and formal sciences.

  • Natural Sciences: The natural sciences (physics, chemistry, and biology) are the sciences that explain the rules that govern the natural world through scientific observation and experimentation.
  • Social Sciences: Social sciences (economics, psychology, and sociology) are one of the branches of sciences that studies societies and the relationships among individuals within those societies.
  • Formal Sciences: Formal sciences are part of sciences that study abstract structures described by formal systems, such as logic, mathematics, statistics, theoretical computer education, artificial intelligence, information theory, game theory, systems theory, etc.

Science Topics

More chemistry, biochemistry, and environmental chemistry-related topics are listed below,

Redox reactions example according to oxidation number and electronic concept

Redox Reactions

What are Redox Reactions? Redox reactions are oxidation-reduction reactions where reacting substances change their oxidation number or state to form products. In other words, a...
Definition and Chemical Properties of Lewis Acids Base Reaction

Lewis Acids Bases

Lewis acid and base definition Lewis acid base concept or theory explains the acids and bases properties in terms of electronic structure with the formation of...
Electron or electronic configuration of elements in periodic table, group wise general formula for s, p-block and 3d series

Electron Configuration

Electronic Configuration of Elements in Periodic Table Electronic configuration or general electron configuration or electronic structure of atoms or ions is the arrangement of orbital...
Protonic definition or Bronsted Lowry Conjugate acid base pair in Chemistry

Conjugate Acid Base pair

Conjugate acid base pair definition Conjugate acid base pair or protonic definition of acids and bases independently proposed by Bronsted and Lowery in 1923. According...
Quiz on acid and bases or online answers to questions of acids and bases for 9, 10, 11, and 12 grade students

Quiz on Acids and Bases

Online Quiz on Acids and Bases Quiz on acids and bases or online answers to questions of acids and bases contain 10 quiz questions (MCQs)...
Bond moment and polarity of substituted derivative of o, p, m-isomers of benzene molecules

Dipole Moment Molecules

Dipole Moment of Benzene Molecule Dipole moment of benzene molecule is zero suggesting 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

Polarity of bonds and polar molecules Polarity of bonds and polar molecules are formed by the asymmetric charge distribution on chemical bonds. Water, hydrogen chloride,...
Specific and molar Heat capacity of gas or gases from energy equation

Heat Capacity Gases

What is Heat Capacity? Heat capacity (Specific) of gases is defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one gram of...
Alkenes physical and chemical properties, stability and reactions like hydrogenation, combustion, addition, hydration

Alkenes Properties

Physical Properties of Alkanes The physical properties of alkenes and alkanes in organic chemistry are very similar. Alkenes are unsaturated hydrocarbons but alkanes are saturated hydrocarbons. Due to...
Alkanes or Paraffin preparation methods and general molecular formula


Alkanes or Paraffin Alkanes or Paraffin are saturated hydrocarbon or organic compounds having the general molecular formula CnH2n+2. The entire molecule of alkanes consists of...