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Aboral End

Bitopi Kaashyap
Updated on 15-Nov-2023 13:23:16


Introduction Symmetry describes the harmony or agreement between an organism's dimensions. Since most living species share the form of symmetry they exhibit with their most recent common ancestor, symmetry is employed in the animal kingdom to both classify organisms and identify their common ancestors. Animal Characterization Using Body Symmetry Based on the symmetry of their bodies, animals and plants can be categorized. The term "symmetry" specifically refers to a correspondence of bodily components on either side of a dividing line or dispersed around a central point or axis that are similar in size, shape, and relative location. True animals can ... Read More

Experiments On Properties Of Acids And Bases

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 26-Apr-2023 09:44:23


Introduction Experiments on properties of acids and bases are one of the most vital topics in chemistry. It is discussed that the sour chemicals usually turns blue litmus into red are called acids. In a similar fashion, bases that are bitter tasting convert red litmus into blue. And acids and bases on reaction with one another give salt and water. This indicates neutralizing i.e, both the base and acid neutralize into the pH of water. These facts will only remain assumptions if not tested and experimented with. Therefore, this article will consist of Experiments on Properties of Acids and ... Read More

Fe3o4 Iron Oxide

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 25-Apr-2023 18:26:43


Introduction $\mathrm{Fe_3O_4}$ (Iron oxide) is one of the easily synthesized compounds occurring in nature are iron oxides. The iron oxides are better known as magnetic oxides have been in use by humans for ages now. A very common example of magnetic oxides being used are the nanoparticles of iron oxide (IONPS). For around 50 years, they have been used for diagnosis conducted in vitro as a contrast agent. Iron oxides have the formula as $\mathrm{Fe_3O_4}$. They are also simply seen as rust. What is Iron Oxide? Laboratory-easy synthesized compounds, also commonly found in nature are Iron oxides. The ... Read More

Fenton's Reaction

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 25-Apr-2023 18:16:56


Introduction Fenton’s reaction was first discovered by H.J.H Fenton when he first observed the oxidative properties in various metals which could further improve the usage of already discarded, unstable, and poisonous hydrogen peroxide. This discovery in the chemical field not only explored the benefits of hydrogen peroxide but also attracted attention to the strong catalytic power of some metals which could generate highly reactive hydroxyl radicals. Presently iron-catalyzed hydrogen peroxide reactions are called Fenton's reactions and they have many applications in various chemical industries. Fenton’s Reagent Before discussing the mechanism of Fenton's reaction it is important to discuss the commonly ... Read More

Physical Properties of Haloalkanes

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 25-Apr-2023 11:43:07


Introduction Haloalkane is mainly responsible for the depletion of ozone layer. These particular halogen compounds have several applications for different purposes like in the treatment of malaria and it is used in the time of surgery. What are Haloalkanes? Haloalkanes refer to the hydrocarbons that comprise one as well as more atoms of hydrogen that are mainly replaced with the atom of halogen. Haloarenes are another type of hydrocarbon and the main differences between these two hydrocarbons are haloalkanes mainly derived from open-chain hydrocarbons while other hydrocarbons are derived from aromatic hydrocarbons. Haloalkanes: Physical Properties The physical ... Read More

Chemical Reactions and Equations Class 10 Questions Answers

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 17-Apr-2023 14:38:46


Introduction Chemical reactions and equations are everywhere in the daily human lives, especially in the formation of daily life objects. The reactions ensure that new bonds are being created properly and different product molecules are in their proper order to form new substances. The chemical equations represent the formation of daily life objects with proper chemical representation like chemical formulas and equations. What are Chemical Reactions? Figure 1: Process of chemical reactions No machine-readable author provided. Smokefoot assumed (based on copyright claims)., CatalysisScheme, marked as public domain, more details on Wikimedia Commons The chemical reactions are the phenomenon ... Read More

Chemical Reactions for CBSE Class 12

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 17-Apr-2023 13:55:57


Introduction Chemical reactions for CBSE class 12 students are very interesting part of study. Itcan be seen everywhere in the daily human lives. It commonly happens when two or more compounds are changed into one or more substances due to the reaction between them. When the chemical reactions produce the substances of chemical compounds or chemical components. In simple words, when the rearrangements are done within the constituent of atoms, the process is commonly called a chemical reaction. Definition of Chemical Reaction Chemical reactions are scientific phenomena happen everywhere all around the world. Starting from the metabolism of ... Read More

Chemistry Important Questions

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 17-Apr-2023 12:37:28


Introduction Chemistry important questions are one of the most concerned topics for the students for the betterment of knowledge gathering prior to appearing on the exam of the respective subject. In order to be ready for appearing in any kind of exam, the learners needed better concentration and learning assessment of the particular subject. Solving questions about a particular subject helps the learners to get in-depth knowledge. Requirement of reading Chapter-wise for Chemistry Questions In order to support the requirement of the learners, the present tutorial will explain the advantages that the learners can get by solving questions ... Read More

Chemical Coordination and Integration

Bitopi Kaashyap
Updated on 02-Jan-2023 14:24:36


Introduction Our body produces special chemical messengers called hormones, which are imperative in ensuring an efficient system of coordination and control, along with the nervous system. Different types of hormones are produced by a variety of different endocrine glands, across the body. These hormones ensure normal and efficient functioning. What are these hormones, and how are they produced? Are they always present in the blood, at all times, or is their production regulated? What is an Endocrine System? The endocrine system is an essential regulatory system of the body. It comprises glands that lack ducts, i.e., the endocrine system ... Read More

Bending a glass tube experiment

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 14-Dec-2022 16:17:56


Introduction The experimentation of bending a glass tube provides information about the nature of glass as well as its inherent qualities. Glass has historically been utilized for ornamental purposes, but it is also employed as a transparent barrier that allows for reasonably safe inspection. While many other types of glass may be created, we will be dealing with the most common, widely manufactured glass, which is highly bendable when heated. Glass is an amorphous, crystalline material that must be handled carefully with the Bunsen burner to bend it properly without hindrance or unintentional breakage. Aim Learn, comprehend, but also commit ... Read More