## Scientific Name of Vitamins

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 16:38:41

Introduction The term "vitamin" was first used by "Dr. Casimir Funk'' in 1912. Vitamins were previously known as vitamines (brief for vital amines), but the term was simplified to vitamins after scientists learned the chemicals didn't need amines. Vitamins that dissolved in fat were designated as "fat-soluble A" vitamins and ... Read More

## Phthalimide

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 16:31:34

Introduction The acid called Phthalimide is a compound that is very organic in nature. They are a part of a certain acid that makes for a part of phthalic anhydride. The formula of this acid is known as $\mathrm{C_6H_4(CO)_2NH}$. The source of this product helps to cover a source of ... Read More

## Photochemical Smog

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 16:15:17

Introduction Photochemical smog is also famous as summer smog and it is very harmful. It is produced when UV light originating from the sun interacts with the oxides of nitrogen. This smog is usually personified as a brown haze in the atmosphere. It is seen in the highly populated cities ... Read More

## Photochemical Reaction

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 16:11:05

Introduction The Photochemical Reaction is quite different from a dark reaction, as, in a dark reaction, the thermal reaction concerns the ground state of electrons present within the molecule of a chemical compound. The Photochemical Reaction is responsible for playing a crucial role in defining the nature of chemical species. ... Read More

## Phosphorylation

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 16:00:27

Introduction Phosphorylation can be assumed as one of the essential reactions of biochemical in which the molecules of phosphate are added to some organic mixture with the desire of making it functional for several positions in a living being. Another corresponding word is phosphorylate, which also represents the opening of ... Read More

## Meiosis I - Stages and Process

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 15:40:19

Introduction to Cell Division Reproduction and growth are two of the most defining characteristics of a living organism. Be it a unicellular bacterium or a complex multicellular human being, the cells of all organisms undergo division, giving rise to two daughter cells. The eukaryotic cell cycle is an ordered and ... Read More

## Phosphorus Trichloride

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 15:31:50

Introduction Phosphorus trichloride is considered a fuming liquid and the chemical formula of this element is $\mathrm{PCI_3}$. A colourless liquid is like transparent liquidity in terms of motile. This chemical element is mainly manufactured with the help of burning molten white phosphorus that is kelp in the contact with a ... Read More

## Meiosis Cell Division

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 15:25:44

Introduction The cell cycle in eukaryotes usually comprises two distinct processes, namely, mitosis and meiosis. Mitosis occurs in somatic cells and ensures the division of a parent cell into two daughter cells that carry the same number of chromosomes as were present originally in the parent cell. Hence, the level ... Read More

## Phosphorus Pentachloride

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 15:17:39

Introduction Phosphorus Pentachloride can be generated through an effective and common procedure of dry chlorine gas action on phosphorus trichloride. In the solid-state Phosphorus Pentachloride, remain as $\mathrm{PCl_4PCl_4^+ PCl_6PCl_6^-}$. The boiling point of Phosphorus Pentachloride is nearly 166.8°C and the melting point of Phosphorus Pentachloride is about 160.5°C. Phosphorus ... Read More

## Megafauna

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 15:11:19

Introduction The inception of the earth took place some 4.5 billion years ago. Life is estimated to have first appeared on earth some 3.6 billion years ago and ever since, there has been a continuous evolution and extinction of countless microbes, animals and plants. The animal life on earth is ... Read More