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what are the differences between dimond and graphite?give it
 
 
Hii I am enlisting the basic difference between diamond and graphite . *Diamond is the hardest mineral known to man, Graphite is one of the softest. * Diamond is an excellent electrical...
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Sourabh Singh 4 months ago
 
graphite is soft and good conductor of electricity.but diamond is hard and bad conductor of electricity. both are allotropes of carbon. Both diamond and graphite are made entirely out of...
 
Reddeiah 4 months ago
 
would be that since Diamonds have a three dimensional network of strong covalent bonds, which makes it hard, but Graphite on the other hand has flat layers of carbon atoms held by weak van...
 
Prabhakar ch 3 months ago
the common gas used in refrigerator is
 
 
freon
 
KUNCHAM SAMPATH 8 months ago
 
ammonia (R-717) or sulfur dioxide (R-764). Sulfur dioxide is used to identify leakage in refrigerator .
 
PRAPULPODISHETTI 8 months ago
 
ammonia (R-717) or sulfur dioxide (R-764). Sulfur dioxide is used to identify leakage in refrigerator .
 
RAKESH CHINDAM 8 months ago
what is collin’s reagent??????????????????????????????????????
 
 
Collins reagent is the complex of chromium(VI) oxide with pyridine in dichloromethane . It is used to selectively oxidize primary alcohols to the aldehyde, and will tolerate many other...
 
N JYOTHEESWAR 3 months ago
 
Dear Naresh Raju Collins reagent is the complex of chromium(VI) oxide with pyridine in dichloromethane. It is used to selectively oxidize primary alcohols to the aldehyde, and will tolerate ...
 
Prabhakar ch 3 months ago
 
HI NARESH RAJU, Collins reagent is the complex of chromium(VI) oxide with pyridine in dichloromethane. It is used to selectively oxidize primary alcohols to the aldehyde, and will tolerate...
 
Gowri sankar 3 months ago
Lithium reacts with water less vigorously than sodium. Give your reasons?
 
 
In lithium salts, due to very small size of lithium ion (Li+) it gets readily hydrated but the other alkalimetal ions are comparatively big in size. Therefore, lesser tendency to get...
 
SAIMANIKANTA 8 months ago
 
In lithium salts, due to very small size of lithium ion (Li+) it gets readily hydrated but the other alkalimetal ions are comparatively big in size. Therefore, lesser tendency to get...
 
pa1 8 months ago
 
In lithium salts, due to very small size of lithium ion (Li+) it gets readily hydrated but the other alkalimetal ions are comparatively big in size. Therefore, lesser tendency to get...
 
salvathshaik 8 months ago
what is frenkel defect????????????????????????????????????????????????
 
 
Dear Sreekanth The Frenkel Defect (also known as the Frenkel pair/disorder) is a defect in the lattice crystal where an atom or ion occupies a normally vacant site other than its own. As a...
 
Prabhakar ch 4 months ago
 
dear sreekanth........... A Frenkel defect is a type of defect in crystalline solids wherein an atom is displaced from its lattice position to an interstitial site, creating a vacancy at...
 
mohan 4 months ago
 
Hello Sreekanth Definition - A Frenkel defect , Frenkel pair, or Frenkel disorder is a type of point defect in a crystal lattice. The defect forms when an atom or smaller ion (usually...
 
Gaddam Chethan 4 months ago
2.05 grams of sodium acetate was added to 100 ml of 0.1M HCl solution.find the pH of the resulting solution?
 
 
hey student.. this is the question of the reaction of salt with acid.. so what u need to keep in mind for this question is to first write the balanced chemical equation, use the same for...
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