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  • Chemistry: Chemistry And Chemistry

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    Zn (s) + Cu(NO3)2 (aq) → Cu(s) + Zn(NO3)2 (aq) (Eq. 2) Regarding, the copper and sodium chloride, no visible change occurred after 5 minutes had passed. The copper metal remained at the bottom of the test tube undeterred by the NaCl. There may not have been a reaction because copper is lower on the reactivity series than sodium. Metathesis: Precipitation (Nonredox) The reaction between and KCl is a double replacement reaction because the cations Cu2+ and K+ switched places and formed two new

  • The Importance Of Chemistry In Chemistry

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    come together to create different reaction or output. Fertilizers use chemistry to determine the compounds needed to increase fertility of soil or crops. Chemistry helps check pH of soil and crops with the universal indicator and can help neutralise soil for the best growth of the plant. Waxes and chemical compounds like glycerine are widely used to package perishable fruits, not letting any moisture escape from the fruit. Chemistry is also applied in the heat and mass transfer in greenhouses, suspension

  • Chemistry And Supramolecular Chemistry

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    1.1Supramolecular chemistry: Supramolecular chemistry is interdisciplinary branch of science encompassing chemical, physical and biological facets of chemical species of higher complexity glued, organized and structured by means of weak intermolecular (non-covalent) interactions [103]. Traditional or molecular chemistry deals with the covalent bond (atoms and bond between atoms), whereas supramolecular chemistry pivots around molecules and the bond between molecules. Intermolecular interactions

  • Chemistry: The Dangers And Benefits Of Chemistry In Chemistry

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    INTRODUCTION Chemistry deals with the principles that govern the changes matter may go through. It also the branch of Science that deals with the properties and the composition of matter. Chemistry is the science that touches our body starting from the smallest parts of atoms up to the substantial parts of our body. So basically, our knowledge in chemistry is beneficial to us, humans and other organisms, since it will help us to understand the dangers and benefits of this world. Stoichiometry

  • Chemistry

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    Robert Boyle is considered both the founder of modern chemistry and the greatest English scientist to live during the first thirty years of the existence of the Royal Society. He was not only a chemist and a physicist as we know him to be, but also an avid theologian, a philanthropist, an essayist, and a beginner in medicine. Born in Lismore, Ireland to Richard Boyle, first earl of Cork, and Katherine Fenton, his second wife, Boyle was the youngest son in a family of fourteen. However he was

  • Chemistry

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    Sunday-School lessons brought up more questions than I was capable of dealing with. Instead I concentrated on the two constants in my life, school and family. Education and love became the two pillars my world was balanced on. I especially enjoyed Chemistry. I loved that laws governed the universe. I loved that Science knew that nuclei were made up of protons and neutrons, that electrons were negative, and that opposite forces attract. These facts were undoubtedly true. It was such a relief to go to

  • Chemistry: Interpretation Of Chemistry

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    Interpretation • Referred to table 9 Paracetamol: 1.Amide: contains nitrogen and carbonyl so it’s hydrophilic.2. Hydroxyl: hydrophilic because of the presence of Oxygen that can H-bond with water.3.benzene ring: lipophilic because of non-polar hydrocarbon ring. 4. Methyl is lipophilic because of the nonpolar hydrocarbon group. Aspirin: 1. Carboxylic acid: Oxygen that’s polar which can H-bond with water. 2. Ester: lipophilic because it is non polar although it has oxygen. 3. Benzene: lipophilic because

  • Modern Chemistry: The History And History Of Chemistry

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    Etymology The word chemistry comes from alchemy, which referred to an earlier set of practices that encompassed elements of chemistry, metallurgy, philosophy, astrology, astronomy, mysticism and medicine. It is often seen as linked to the quest to turn lead or another common starting material into gold,[6] though in ancient times the study encompassed many of the questions of modern chemistry being defined as the study of the composition of waters, movement, growth, embodying, disembodying, drawing

  • The Chemistry Of Science: The Nobel Prize In Chemistry

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    annual international awards bestowed in a number of categories by Swedish and Norwegian committees in recognition of academic, cultural and scientific advances. Chemistry is one of the many categories of Nobel Prizes awarded to chemists that have dedicated life changing research in their perspective fields. In 2013, the Nobel Prize in chemistry was awarded to three theoretical chemists, Michael Levitt, Martin Karplus, and Arieh Warshe, who developed a multiscale computer to predict complex chemical reactions

  • The History of Chemistry

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    Chemistry and technology are together and separate. Chemistry uses technology and technology uses chemistry. The history of chemistry and technology is long going back to the ancient times. Chemistry was used even by the oldest civilizations, like Egypt. It was really popular during the medieval times. Back then it was called Alchemy, which is turning metal into gold or even about the philosopher’s stone. As the years went by, Alchemy became a lost art and chemistry took it in place. Chemistry led

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