Magnetic Chemistry – History, scope, principle, and applications

Written by Adeel Abbas Magnetic chemistry is a new branch of chemistry that deals with the fundamental properties of magnetic materials, the principles of magnetic forces, and the possibilities of magnetic manipulation. Magnetic chemistry is based on the idea that the magnetic properties of elements can be used to create powerful new compounds that can have … Read more

Surface Chemistry-introduction, Adsorption, types, and application

LEARNING OBJECTIVES In this article, the author has explained about surface chemistry, adsorption and types of adsorption. What is surface chemistry? It is that branch of chemistry, which deals with the interaction of a certain substance at the surface of a solid substance. When a solid surface is exposed to a gas or a liquid, the molecules from … Read more

is hydrogen flammable?

Hydrogen can easily explode even at low concentrations. Hydrogen is very toxic. It is very reactive when mixed with oxygen.  Hydrogen is highly flammable and flammable in nature. This property can be easily seen if you ignite hydrogen with a spark. So, this is why it is highly dangerous. In order to prevent fire, it … Read more

Are alkali metals reactive? Experts answer

The alkali metals, found in group 1 of the periodic table, are very reactive metals that do not occur freely. The outer shell of these metals has only one electron. They are prepared to lose that electron in ionic bonding. Among the most reactive metals are Alkali metals. It’s due to their larger atomic radii … Read more

is hydrogen an alkali metal?

A metal with a water-soluble base is known as an alkali metal. The oxide mineral of an element is referred to as “earth”. An alkali earth metals means a metal that has the same oxide content as an alkali. The hydroxide of the metal should be behaving like an alkali if it has alkali properties. … Read more

What is a in chemistry?

A in chemistry is used to represent angstrom. An angstrom is a unit of length used to measure distances. A 10-10 m is equal to one angstrom. The unit is not an international system or metric unit. The symbol for angstrom is Å, which is a letter in the Swedish alphabet. 1 Å = 10-10 meters … Read more

What is reflux in chemistry? A detailed guide

When we study organic chemistry, we see a reaction condition called reflux. Many students do not understand the meaning of reflux. Reflux is an important experimental technique in chemistry. Many organic chemical reactions take a long time to complete, so heat is applied in order to speed them up. High vapor pressures and low boiling … Read more

Electromagnetic Radiations-Introduction, discovery and types

What are Electromagnetic Radiations? It is defined as a form of energy that is produced by the movement of charged particles through a matter or a vacuum. The magnetic and electric fields come at 90 to each other and the combined waves move to the other side of the field. Discovery of Electromagnetic Radiations? When … Read more

Discovery and properties of electron, proton and neutron

LEARNING OBJECTIVES In this article, the author has explained what is atomic structure, discovery of electron, proton and neutron. Atomic structure In 1808, an English Chemist John Dalton gave Dalton’s atomic theory. According to this theory matter is composed of very small particles, which are invisible .These particles are called atoms. But experiments done by brilliant research … Read more

Forensic Chemistry-Introduction, History, scope and Applications

LEARNING OBJECTIVES In this article, the author has explained What is forensic chemistry, history, scope and its applications in everyday life. Introduction to Forensic Chemistry Forensic chemistry is a branch of chemistry that deals with the application of analytical techniques to solve criminal cases. Forensic chemists analyze evidence from crime scenes and work in conjunction with other … Read more