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Naming of Organic Compounds | Common vs IUPAC Nomenclature Notes

The naming of organic compounds: Nomenclature: The systematic process of naming organic compounds is called nomenclature. At the beginning of organic chemistry, each new compound was given an individual name. These names were based on : 1.its source  2.property 3.on the name of the discoverer 4.based on history 5.method of preparation For Example: Formic acid, …

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Neutralization Reaction Definition ,Equation ,Examples and Facts – Chemistry

Do you know !! What is meant by neutralization reaction? A neutralization reaction is defined as a chemical reaction in which an acid and a base react together to form salt and water. Neutralization Reaction Equation: Acid + Base  —>     Salt + Water A neutralisation reaction occurs when an acid’s H+ ions and a base’s OH– …

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How to draw Molecular Orbital Diagram of O2 | Simplest Trick – Chemistry

Molecular orbital (MO) theory explains the construction of molecular orbital diagram on the basis of following main points . 1.Formation of MOs: Atomic orbitals(AOs) linearly combine with each other to form equal number of molecular orbitals (MOs). 2.Energy of MOs: Half of the molecular orbitals (MOs) having energy lower than the atomic orbitals are called …

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How to draw Molecular Orbital Diagram of N2 | Simplest Trick – Chemistry

Do you know !! What is the MO diagram and bond order for N2? Nitrogen (N2) molecule:             Nitrogen atom has electronic configuration 1s2, 2s2, 2p3. Two p-atomic orbitals (one from each nitrogen) atom combine to form two molecular orbitals, the bonding molecular orbital σ2px and antibonding molecular orbital σ*2px. The other four p-atomic orbitals …

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How to draw Molecular Orbital Diagram | Simplest Trick – Chemistry

Molecular Orbital Treatment of Some Homonuclear Diatomic Molecules ( H2 & He2 ): Hydrogen (H2) molecule:             Hydrogen atom has electronic configuration 1s1. 1s atomic orbitals of two hydrogen atoms combine to form two molecular orbitals, the bonding molecular orbital σ1s and antibonding molecular orbital σ*1s. The electron filling in these molecular orbitals follow aufbau …

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What is the difference between Octet Rule and Duplet Rule

Do you Know !!  Difference between Octet Rule and Duplet Rule : What is duplet? Atom with 2 electrons in its outermost shell is called duplet . Duplet Rule: The tendency of an atom to acquire 2 electrons in outermost shell . Atoms with low atomic number such as hydrogen and helium followed the duplet …

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What is Valency in Chemistry :Definition , Examples | Tips and Tricks to find valency

 What is Valency ? Do you know: 👉Why bond formation takes place? Reason: Infact atoms are always in a struggle to reach the stable state . Atoms having only one shell can achieve the stable stable by completing its duplet & the atoms with 7 or less then 7 electrons in its valence shell becomes …

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How to write | s p d f | Electron Configuration for Carbon, Nitrogen and Oxygen

 How to write | s p d f | Electron Configuration for Carbon, Nitrogen and Oxygen https://youtu.be/xMnXKvyzfa0 #ElectronicConfiguration #Oxygen #Chemistry For more informative Chemistry Lessons 👉Subscribe “DIGITAL KEMISTRY” & hit the bell🔔 icon for updates; Click bellow 👇 CHANNEL LINK to subscribe:😊 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx3U_VSvrZALGioz9m1qMZw?view_as=subscriber Important Chemistry Playlist Links for NEET / JEE : Class 11 Theories …

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