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WHAT IS THE FORMULA FOR SALCYLIC ACID?
 
 
C6H4(OH)COOH This is the formula of Salicylic acid.. Also written as : C7H6O3 Salicylic acid is a monohydroxybenzoic acid, a type of phenolic acid and a beta hydroxy acid. This colorless...
 
Maimun Shaik 8 months ago
 
formula:c7h603
 
king 8 months ago
 
C7H6O3
 
sumanth 8 months ago
How to convert ethanol to methanol?
 
 
CH3-OH + HBr ------> CH3Br + H2O The next step requires a Gilman reagent, specifically (CH3)2Cu-Li+. Gilman reagents add chains to other molecules. CH3BR + (CH3)2Cu-Li+ ------> CH3-CH3...
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Sher Mohammad 18 days ago
what is cycloalkanes
 
 
Cycloalkanes (also called naphthalene , but distinct from naphthalene ) are types of hydrocarbon compounds that have one or more rings of carbon atoms in the C hemical Structure of their...
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Nirmal Singh. 3 months ago
 
cycloalkane are type of hydrocarbon that have one or more ring of carbon atom in the chemical structure of their molecule. formula-CnH2(n+1-g) n=no nof carbon atom g= no of ring ex...
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Sunil Kumar FP 3 months ago
 
alkanes having more than 2 carbon atoms and arranged in the cylic manner
 
akarsh 3 months ago
Why does halogen not add to double bond at higher temperatures?
 
 
At higher temperature,the reaction is not favoured as the radical formed will fall apart to regenerate the starting material. Thanks & Regards Aarti Gupta askiitians Faculty
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Aarti Gupta 2 months ago
 
at higher temperatures halogens dissociate into ions.
 
manasa gorthy 2 months ago
Question in image (Q31)
 
 
LET the final concentration of both the reaction be k initial conc of A=4x initial concentration of b=x for A t=(2.303*5*log4x/k)/.693 for B t=(2.303*15*logx/k)/.693 on solving 1 and 2 we...
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Sunil Kumar FP 9 days ago
what is meant by activation energy? please reply quickly sir?
 
 
It is a minium energy required to convert all reactants into products. Ex: Giving a spark to petrol to burn.We are giving minimum energy in the form of spark, it is a activation energy.
 
srinu kummari 10 months ago
 
The minimum amount of energy required by reactant molecules to participate in a reaction is called as "activation energy".
 
koreti thirupathi 10 months ago
 
it is the energy required by reactants to initiate the reaction
 
Ambuj Bansal 9 months ago
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