How to Balance Chemical Equations
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How to Balance Chemical Equations

Balancing Chemical Equations involves understanding concepts and learning basic skills required in Chemistry. Though balancing chemical equations is very simple however it requires practice. Chemical equations are required to be balanced because a balanced chemical equation demonstrates and verifies the law of conservation of mass or matter. The law of conservation of matter states that…

What is Resonance in Chemistry?
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What is Resonance in Chemistry?

Resonance in Chemistry is otherwise called Mesomerism simply refers to the alternation or rotation of double bonds in some compounds which ensure their stability. Resonance in Chemistry is a term used to describe the representation of the covalent bonding in some compounds like Benzene, Carbon IV oxide, and even Ozone. Additionally, resonance exists in ions…

A Complete List of Chemistry Lab Equipment and their Uses

A Complete List of Chemistry Lab Equipment and their Uses

Performing experiments in the laboratory require skills and perfection, I have composed a list of 50 chemistry lab equipment and their uses in the laboratory. This is a guide on the list of lab pieces of equipment and their uses. This is the same as saying use of apparatus used in Chemistry. There are different…

What is Le Chatelier’s Principle and Chemical equilibrium?
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What is Le Chatelier’s Principle and Chemical equilibrium?

Le Chatelier’s principle and chemical equilibrium is a concept that is usually discussed in Chemistry. Some chemical reactions are reversible and can attain equilibrium. Chemical equilibrium is a state of a system (i.e chemical reaction) when the rate of forward reaction equals the rate of backward reaction. Please recall that a reversible reaction is a…

Passport to Organic Chemistry-How to Pass Organic Chemistry with ease!
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Passport to Organic Chemistry-How to Pass Organic Chemistry with ease!

There are basic steps required to be taken in your quest to learn organic chemistry, in fact,, this will help guide you on how to Pass organic chemistry. I have been teaching Chemistry for more than a decade now and there is one difficulty students have complained to me and that is the challenge in…

What are The Basic Things to Know in Chemistry?

What are The Basic Things to Know in Chemistry?

What are the basic things to know in Chemistry? This is a common question asked by so many students. i have pulled answers to some interesting chemistry questions. 1. State differences between metals and non-metals METALS NON-METALS Metals are lustrous Metals are malleable, ductile and sonorous Metals have high densities                Good conductors of heat/electricity Metals…

15 Separation Methods used in Chemistry

15 Separation Methods used in Chemistry

There are several separation methods employed in separating mixtures that are very simple to understand and practise in Chemistry. Mixtures unlike compounds can be separated using several separation techniques based on the difference in the physical properties of the constituents of the mixture. Why can’t we separate compounds? Mixtures are physically combined, unlike compounds that…

What is the Rate of Reaction?

The rate of a reaction is a major concept in Chemistry that surfaces in several concepts in Chemistry? What is the rate of a reaction? The rate of a chemical reaction is defined as the amount of reactants converted to products per unit time.                                  Or The rate of reaction is the amount of products…

How to Name Compounds in Inorganic Chemistry

How to Name Compounds in Inorganic Chemistry

The naming of compounds otherwise known as the nomenclature of compounds follows a standard method of nomenclature called the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC). Though the British curriculum and IGCSE exam still accept British nomenclature and equally IUPAC nomenclature, so it is important you know the two nomenclatures. I will start by…