Chemistry Questions

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An acid can be defined as a compound which when dissolved in water gives hydronium ions (H3O+). (H + H2O †’ H3O+) Hydrochloric acid Water
L→M charge transfer transition In [MnO4]¯, the electronic configuration of Mn is [Ar]3d0. As there are no d electrons, the colour is not due to a
Solution: A substance is a pure single form of matter. It cannot be separated into other kinds of matter by any physical process. For example:
Cryolite is the chief ore of aluminium.
Reaction: HNO3 + HCl †’ NOCl + 2H2O + 2[Cl] Nascent chlorine
The atomic size increases from top to bottom in a group because new shells are being added as we go down the group.
Valency is a combining capacity of an element. As there are no free electrons in the valence shell as well as the elements are already in a
Aldehydes and ketones have Carbonyl group (C=O) in common.
Calcium carbonate is insoluble in water.
Butane has four carbon atoms and follows the general formula CnH2n+2.

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