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In this blog, you will learn the proper use of pronouns and how to spot problems using solitary and plural pronouns. Several examples are provided as well. Anybody looking for this information will find this useful.
Chromatography is a technique of separation, used to isolate the components in a mixture. The working principle of different chromatographic methods and their uses are described in this article.
In the given content, we will discuss in detail one of the classes of hydrocarbon i.e, Aliphatic hydrocarbon. The main subtopics include different aliphatic compounds, properties, their effect etc.
Matter exists in both pure and impure form around us. A pure substance consists of no other type of matter and is entirely uniform in its composition. A pure substance can be separated from mixtures.
Ecology is a branch of science that explores the relationship between mankind and nature. This article explores a section of this branch that deals with natural sources of energy.
This article provides an overview of the IUPAC nomenclature system, which is used to systematically name organic molecules and write their corresponding formula.
Energy is transferred across species in food webs from producers to consumers. Organisms need the energy to accomplish essential activities.
Atoms and molecules are the structural units of all stuff, so keep reading to find out more about them. Some other things discussed on this page include the evolution of the atomic hypothesis and the differences between atoms and molecules.
In this article, we will discuss types of chemical reactions, their uses and importance, and their properties. Furthermore, it will discuss what are the advantages of certain types of reactions.
Aldehydes, ketones, and Carboxylic acids are carbonyl compounds with C=O as a common functional group but they have different structures, physical, and chemical properties.
A crossed aldol condensation involves the employment of 2 distinct aldehyde and ketone reactions. Although there are multiple alternative enolate nucleophiles as well as 2 separate carbonyl electrophiles, these reactions frequently produce a variety of numerous condensation products.