10 Common Glasswares and Equipment in the chemistry laboratory 

There are various Common Glassware and Equipment in the chemistry laboratory  The glassware and pieces of equipment used in the chemistry laboratory are actually many but they have specific uses. This is a complete list of piecces of apparattus used in chemistry to demostrate titration For example, the delivery tube is used to bubble gases…

What is Electrolysis in chemistry?

What is Electrolysis in chemistry? Electrolysis is the gradual breakdown or decomposition of a compound by the passage of electricity through it. To understand very well what is Electrolysis in Chemistry, we need to really read down and understand everything in this post. By decomposition, we mean dissociating into ions. So decomposition into ioans by…

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…

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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…

7 Steps in Mastering Organic Chemistry
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7 Steps in Mastering Organic Chemistry

I will be taking about general guides on mastering organic chemistry and wilth illustrations on basic concepts I organic chemistry. The first thing I will like to reemphasize is that organic chemistry is the chemistry of carbon and its compounds. I have written a full post on how to study organic chemistry and another detailed…

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…

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…

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…