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Answer: The difference between the Lanthanides and actinides are explained below. Lanthanides Actinides Lanthanides are involved in...
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Answer: The Aufbau principle states that electrons are filled into atomic orbitals in the increasing order of orbital energy level. According to...
Answer: Potassium Permanganate (KMnO4) is an inorganic chemical compound. It is also known as Condy’s crystals or permanganate of potash....
Answer: Bauxite is a form of sedimentary rock and is the principal source of the popular metal aluminium. The chemical formula of bauxite is...
Answer: (3) Washing soda is a chemical compound which can be used to remove stains from the laundry and is an important ingredient for powder,...
Answer: (3) Since (A) is the intermediate reactive substance whose concentration is determined from the equilibrium step. Let us consider the...
Answer: Let us consider the reaction between acid and metal Acid + Metal → Salt + Hydrogen gas (H2) in this case Acid = Dilute HCl Metal =...
Answer: Rusting of iron refers to the formation of rust, a mixture of iron oxides, on the surface of iron objects or structures. This rust is...
Answer: 1 mole of electrons will contain 6.023×1023 electrons. Let us calculate the weight of 1 mole of electrons. 1 mole of electrons...