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Dear student, We know that in quite a few atoms, each of the constituent electron is said to experience less than the actual nuclear charge because of shielding or screening by the other electrons....
Dear student, A Bravais lattice is defined as an infinite array of discrete points generated by a set of discrete translation vectors given by: Here n i are integers and a i are known as the primitive...
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Hello Student. You have asked a very important question. But the answer is , There is no need to memorize it. You should try to understand the concepts of inorganic chemistry. It is not possible at...
The reason for resemblance of properties of lithium with magnesium is that these two elements have almost same polarizing power. The following points illustrate the anomalous properties of lithium and...
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Solvents are classified into two groups depending on the presence or absence of ionizable hydrogen atom in its molecular formula. Solvent which on self dissociation provides proton or hydrogen ion is...
Osmosis is the process of flow of solvent molecules from the region of its high concentration to the region of its lower concentration through semi permeable membrane. High concentration of solvent is...
Dear student! The secondary valence is equal to the coordination number and is fixed for a metal. Actually,the secondary valencies are non ionisable valencies. These are satisfied by neutral molecules...
If the atom gains energy the electron passes from a lower energy level to a higher energy level, energy is absorbed that means a specific wave length is absorbed. Consequently, a dark line will appear...
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Hello student, It's easy to guess that deuterated ("heavy") water will have a higher freezing point than ordinary water. The reason is that the more massive bound deuterons have less...
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