Hydrogen peroxide formula and uses

Hydrogen peroxide formula and uses

Hydrogen peroxide molecular formula and structure Hydrogen peroxide is an important inorganic chemical having molecular formula H2O2. Thus hydrogen peroxide widely uses in textiles, paper,...
Physical properties and uses of hydrogen

Physical properties and uses of hydrogen

Hydrogen in the periodic table Hydrogen occupies a unique position in the periodic table among the chemical elements and widely uses in our daily life....
Electromagnetic spectrum radiation

Electromagnetic spectrum radiation

Definition of the electromagnetic radiation spectrum The electromagnetic spectrum radiation chart can be described as a wave occurring simultaneously in the electrical field and magnetic...
Hydrogen bonding definition and examples

Hydrogen bonding definition and examples

Definition of hydrogen bonding in chemistry The hydrogen bond is a very unstable bond where the hydrogen atom participating in bonding with high electronegativity atom....
Preparation and uses of borax

Preparation and uses of borax

Borax chemical formula and structure Borax, commonly known as sodium tetraborate decahydrate is an important compound of born and broadly uses in our daily life....
Electric polarization

Electric polarization definition

Polarization of molecules in the electric field Electric polarization arises when a non-polar substance placed between two parallel plates with an applied electric field. The...
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Common types of chemical bond

Definition of common types of chemical bond Definition of chemical bond as the force holding together two atoms or groups of atoms forming an aggregate...
Radioactive isotopes

Radioactive isotopes of lead and their uses

Radioactive isotopes of lead, uranium, and thorium Isotopes of the radioactive elements like uranium, thorium or lead are the same element with different atomic weights....
Ionization energy periodic table

Ionization energy trends in periodic table

Ionization energy trends in the periodic table Ionization energy defined as the amount of energy required to remove the most loosely bound electron or the...
Hard soft acid base list

Hard soft acid base examples

Hard soft acids-bases HSAB principle Hard soft acid-base (HSAB) principles provide the stability of the complex between lewis acid and bases. This principle was proposed...

Electronic structure of atoms

States of matter and intermolecular forces

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