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why is ccl4 is insoluble in water ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
 
 
dear mr dileep cci4 is not hydrolyse due to absence of d orbitals all the best for your bright feature.vhdgdgrsdfhbdsgxcfg
 
SIVAGIRI GURAVAIAH 4 months ago
 
hai dileep CCl4 is insoluable in water due to absence of d orbitals in carbon atom.Reamining are soluabule in watercci4 is not hydrolyse due to absence of d orbitals all the best for your...
 
raj kumar 4 months ago
 
CCl4 is insoluble in water because it is non polar whereas water is polar. Polar substances are soluble in polar substances and nonpolar in nonpolar.
 
T.kumar 4 months ago
What is the bond angle of methane?
 
 
109 degrees 28 minutes
 
SAIMANIKANTA 8 months ago
 
109 degrees 28 minutes is the angle of methane and Methane is a chemical compound with the chemical formula CH₄. It is the simplest alkane and the main component of natural ga
 
SAI SANDY 5 months ago
 
Dear Kajal, Bond angle in methane is 109 degrees 28 minutes.It is the angle between hydrogen-carbon-hydrogen.
 
SAI SARDAR 5 months ago
why glass is called super cooled liquid?
 
 
Antique windowpanes are thicker at the bottom, because glass has flowed to the bottom over time. Glass has no crystalline structure, hence it is NOT a solid . Glass is a supercooled liquid. ...
 
Gavvala Ganesh 9 months ago
 
Glass is an amorphous solid. Like liquids, amorphous solids have a tendency to flow, though very slowly. Therefore, sometimes these are called pseudo solids or super cooled liquids.
 
RAKESH CHINDAM 9 months ago
 
Glass is sometimes called a supercooled liquid because it does not form a crystalline structure, but instead forms an amorphous solid that allows molecules in the material to continue to...
 
ULFAT 2 months ago
Calculate the time taken by light to travel Avogadro number of years ?
 
 
No it is 9.4 x 10 15 x Avogadro number/ 3 x 10 8
 
Carmel Emmanuel 9 months ago
 
Time=Distance/Speed n a * 9.4*10 15 /3*10 8
 
Carmel Emmanuel 9 months ago
 
is it 19*10 30 ?
 
Esha 9 months ago
what are the uses of amorphous solids
 
 
uses of amorphous solids: 1)these solids used as aadsobent due to more surface aers 2)amorphous solids used in industryes for separate the compounds 3)for example charcol is uswd in...
 
venkateshrs 5 months ago
 
Dear Kalyan uses of amorphous solids: 1)these solids used as aadsobent due to more surface aers 2)amorphous solids used in industryes for separate the compounds 3)for example charcol is...
 
Prabhakar ch 5 months ago
 
Amorphous solids such as glass and plastics are very important materials and are widely used in construction, house ware, laboratory ware etc. Amorphous silica is likely to be the best...
 
babi 8 months ago
What is Ionization Isomerism?
 
 
Ionization Isomerism Ionization isomers are identical except for a ligand has exchanging places with an anion or neutral molecule that was originally outside the coordination complex. The...
 
KUNCHAM SAMPATH 8 months ago
 
This form of isomerism arises when the counter ion in a complex salt is itself a potential ligand and can displace a ligand which can then become the counter ion. Example: [Co(NH 3 ) 5 SO 4 ...
 
PRAPULPODISHETTI 8 months ago
 
These isomers result from the interchange of ions inside and outside the coordination sphere. For example, the red violet [Co(NH3)5Br]SO4 and the red [Co(NH3)5SO4]Br are ionization isomers....
 
YASWANTHKUMAR 8 months ago
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