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SN1 mechanism

This mechanism is seen in Nucleophillic Substitution reactions, especially in those compounds in which the Carbon atom is more substituted . The rate of this mechanism depends on the step […]

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You are lucky!!!

These three words are commonly seen in the marketing industry just to sell their products. Everyone wishes to be lucky and once they see these magical words their psychological balance tilts towards the tempting offers and the whole affair ends up in just selling what they want to sale. I am not saying that we are not lucky, yes we […]

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What dissolves faster in water, salt or sugar?

For this we have to understand that the nature of water is polar. And salt is an ionic compound which is also polar in nature. But sugar is non polar in nature and thus it have a different nature. The dissolution of substances follow a simple rule ,”Like dissolves like.” So salt will dissolve faster than sugar.

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Why is chlorine electron withdrawing?

Chlorine being the 2nd member of group 17 elements also known as the halogens have a strong electron affinity. And due to its high electronegativity and electron gain enthalpy ,it shows electron withdrawing nature. We can refer to the following post to get in depth knowledge of the concept.

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An Unknown Statement

Leave me, I do not mean at all. I wish you look at the expressions Requesting not to leave. Try to listen the noise, Which screams louder Louder than the silence. Try to look behind Behind every smile Drop by drop my heart is Sinking. Feel the heaviness Heaviness of my breath As I , […] An Unknown Statement

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His phone is off…..

We used to walk, And long talks, While eating, Or while having a drink. Whenever he asked any work, I used to wink. My mother’s father, Was a nice friend of mine. We used to spend Great time. We watched movies together, Long discussions about the actors. But long ago he passed, His phone is […] His phone is off…..

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What are isoelectric species? And What determines the difference in the size of atoms or ions if they are isoelectronic ?

Isoelectric species are simply the atoms or ions that have same number of electrons. For example:- Na+ , Ne , F- , O²- , Mg²+ And their size depends upon the effective nuclear charge , in case of cations the number of protons is higher than that of electrons thus their size is smaller than […] What are isoelectric species? […]