Category Archives for "Chemistry"

Chemistry is the science of study of matter in finest sense, its interactions and existence.

List of buffer solutions | ( Preparation Method for specific pH )

List of buffer solutions include standard buffers and also specific buffers Standard buffers are Hydrochloric acid buffer Acid phthalate buffer Phthalate buffer Phosphate buffer Alkaline borate buffer. Specific buffers include Acetate buffer Acetic ammonia buffer Acetone buffer Ammonia buffer Barbitone buffer Buffered Copper sulfate solution Glycerin solution Glycine buffer solution Imidazole buffer Palladium chloride buffered […]

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Physical and Chemical Properties of Aluminum

physical and chemical properties of aluminum

Aluminum is a bright lustrous metal widely obtained from nature. In large quantities, it is isolated from the bauxite ore. It is one of the highly available elements making up to 8% of the earth’s crust. Aluminum’s atomic number is 13, while its standard atomic weight is 26.9815. It has 13 electrons in the shells […]

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Test for carbohydrates | Their Methods and Examples

Test for carbohydrates

Carbohydrates are quite common in many samples including our food. The test for carbohydrates are many and vary depending on the type of carbohydrate under analysis. However, we can list out them in 8 tests as below Test for carbohydrates: Fehlings test Molisch’s test Osazone formation test Selivanoff’s test Test for pentoses Keller kiliani test […]

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Common Chemicals Used in Daily Life

vinegar-Common Chemicals Used in Daily Life

There are many sets of common chemicals used in daily life on a routine basis. A chemical is a substance which consists of a specific set of molecules or ions in it. In nature, we find many substances or materials which are mixtures of a different set of molecules. However, they can be isolated and […]

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Monoatomic Elements | Their Properties and Applications

Monoatomic elements are those elements which have a single atom existing individually in nature. For examples when you talk about hydrogen, oxygen you will write their chemical structure as H2 and O2. This means element hydrogen exists as two atoms of hydrogen combined as H-H. Similarly, oxygen exists as O-O again a combination of two […]

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