How to calculate oxidation number in Chemistry

How to calculate the oxidation number of elements in a compound is a major concern for some students all over the world but that shouldn’t be. The knowledge of oxidation state is applied in almost every aspect of chemistry; nomenclature of compounds, Solving oxidation number and naming of compounds will be easier if we can…

What is fermentation class 8

What is fermentation class 8? Fermentation is a process involving the conversion of larger molecules like starch into smaller molecules like ethanol and carbon iv oxide by the action of enzymes. The common fermentation process is the conversion of starch into ethanol. We will consider specifically fermentation and the conditions required for the process. The…

Revision Notes For Organic Chemistry Class II

I want to show some basic concepts in organic Chemistry using this revision note for organic chemistry class II. REMEMBER THE FOLLOWING CONVERSIONS differentiate terminal alkynes from alkenes 20. The gradual breakdown of starch and carbohydrates into smaller molecules like ethanol is called Fermentation 21.Saponification of fats and oil with caustic alkali  yields soap and…

How to solve empirical Formulae and Molecular Formula

Empirical and Molecular Formulas can be used to represent compounds and there are simple ways to do this calculation. Compounds can be represented with empirical, and structural formulas. The empirical formula of a compound is the simplest formula of a compound that shows the atoms in their simplest ratio. The molecular formula is the formula…

Common Definitions in Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry

Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry guide has a lot of specifics commonly used in Cambridge Chemistry. The terms used in Cambridge Chemistry have proper definitions. These definitions are commonly used in Cambridge IGCSE Chemsitry. 1. Define the term proton number: The number of protons in the nucleus of an atom 2. Define the term acid: A proton…