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Xenon forms various compounds with fluorine and oxygen in nature. Some of them can be stated with the reactions are: Xe(g) + F2(g)− → XeF2(s) ;...
In a cubic close packed structure, there are four octahedral voids in total. Aside from the body centre, each of the twelve edges has one...
The critical temperature of a material is the greatest temperature at which that element or compound exists in liquid form. The material exists...
These polar molecules are known as halo alkanes. Water is a polar molecule as well. Halo alkanes should dissolve in water if like dissolves like...
The electric charge in non-polar materials is distributed uniformly across the molecule. Carbon dioxide, benzene, methane, and diatomic gases...
The periodic table's group 1 includes alkali metals. Reducing agents are chemicals or elements that may reduce others while also becoming...
The concentration of the solution is previously known to be 0.00001 molar (10-5M). It is now assumed that the solution has been diluted a...
Answer: Occlusion Adsorption is the process of one substance forming a film or coating on the surface of another. The adsorbate is the...
When calcium metal reacts with water, it reacts less violently. It produces a hydroxide known as calcium hydroxide (a cloudy white precipitate),...
When unsymmetrical alkenes react with alkyl halides (particularly HBr) in the presence of peroxides (mainly benzenes) and the reaction proceeds...
Answer: (B) In a carbanion, carbon is trivalently bound to three atoms or groups and contains eight electrons (octet). It's a species with a...
The smallest repeating unit of a crystal lattice, or the building block of the crystal, is called a unit cell. A crystal lattice is the...
The john teller distortion, also known as the jahn-teller effect, is a nonlinear geometrical distortion of a molecule that lowers its symmetry...
For the adiabatic process of gas, the heat is kept zero. In the adiabatic expansion of the gas, the work done by the gas is always positive....
Answer: (c) Let's start with a definition of α:β:γ particles. An alpha, beta , or gamma particle is emitted when one nucleus is transformed...
Polystyrene It is a synthetic thermoplastic polymer made up of styrene. It can easily be moulded and is generally utilised in protective...
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