Chemistry Questions and Answers (Q&A)

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That is incorrect. The answer is methane because there is one carbon in the molecule

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This question is incorrect. The formula of velocity is V=d/t, V being velocity, d being distance and t being a period of time. Velocity has nothing to do with the mass of an object, but rather the amount of distance it can travel in a determinedperiod of time.

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Phosphorus is one of the elements that you can find in the periodic table of elements. This is also the element that has the ability to expand its valence shell. This means that aside from the usual 8 electrons, it can hold more than that. Phosphorus is known to be highly reactive. You use it...Read More

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The lattice energy is the energy released when the lattice is formed. It can also be the energy required to break the lattice bonds. These can be covalent or ionic bonds. Depending on the forces between them, the different bonds need specific energy. In the choices given Al2O3 have the hi...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is C. An enantiomer is also known as an optical misnomer, and it is each of a pair of molecules that are mirror images of one another; these molecules are non-superimposable. Diastereomers are a type of stereoisomer, and are defined as non-mirror image...Read More

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Shouldn't the answer be 110 g ?Using Table G I got 110 g because it makes sense, but can someone please
explain if that is wrong

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Chiral becues they are non superimposiple

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NF3 has a trigonal pyramidal structure. Nitrogen has three bonds with fluorine and the presence of one lone pair. There is a good amount of polarity due to the electronegativity differences in both atoms. Nitrogen develops a semi-positive charge and the fluorine ions develop semi-negative...Read More

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Carbocations in chemistry is known as the carbon atoms that are positive and are ions. Hence, the name is similar to the description of carbocations. These are believed to be alkanes and can donate to H+. It may seem unusual because most alkanes are known for being lazy, so to speak, these are...Read More

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The heat capacity of the metal is affected by a couple of things. First, the water is going to cool it off. There is no getting around that. By doing that, the water gains the heat that it has taken from the metal. The previous answer says that it is 0.25 J/g/C. There’s a formula to...Read More

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