Inorganic Chemistry

Inorganic Chemistry based on the relationship between structural features and physical and chemical properties of atom and molecule. Therefore, this website deals with the application of principles on selected molecules which provide insight into the inorganic chemistry. All the topics shred on this website intended for school college chemistry courses.

Catalyst in Chemical Reaction

Catalyst in Chemical Reaction

Example of Catalyst in Chemistry Chemical catalyst is defined as a substance which affect to enhance the speed of reaction rate itself without effect on...
Calculation of bonds dissociation energies bond energy of the molecule

Bond Dissociation Energy of Molecule

Bond Energy and Bonds dissociation Energy Bond energy and bonds dissociation energies for the monoatomic molecule define the same value but polyatomic molecules we use...
Structure, uses, and formula of hydrogen peroxide, H2O2

Hydrogen Peroxide Formula and Uses

Structural Formula of Hydrogen Peroxide Hydrogen peroxide has molecular formula H2O2 having an interesting gouache structural molecule and uses widely in industrial solutions and antiseptic...
Physical properties and uses of hydrogen

Physical Properties and Uses of Hydrogen

Properties of the Hydrogen Molecule Hydrogen is the only element in the periodic table with atomic number 1 and electron configuration 1S1 with unique physical...
Electromagnetic Spectrum Radiation

Electromagnetic Spectrum Radiation

Electromagnetic Radiation Spectrum Diagram Electromagnetic spectrum radiation diagram and chart represents the number of radiation spectra formed by the electrical field and magnetic field. Thus each...
Hydrogen Bonding in Molecules

Hydrogen Bonding in Molecules

Define Hydrogen Bonding in Chemistry Hydrogen bonding or intermolecular and intramolecular hydrogen bonds are the unstable types of bonds due to very unstable forces responsible...
Chemical formula and uses of borax

Chemical Formula and Uses of Borax

Chemical Formula of Borax Powder Borax, powder written as sodium tetra-borate decahydrate having chemical formula Na2B4O7, 10H2O, or Na2, 8H2O. On heating borax crystals first...
electric polarization of molecules

Electric Polarization Definition

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

Common Types of Chemical Bond

Ionic Covalent Metallic Bonding The ionic, covalent, coordinate covalent, and metallic compounds are examples for the formation of different types of bonding within the common...
Radioactive Isotopes and Their Uses

Radioactive Isotopes and Their Uses

Stable Radioactive Isotopes Radioactive Uranium, Thorium, and Lead form the most stable isotopes having the same atomic numbers but the different atomic numbers or total...

Matter and intermolecular forces