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Property of Matter and their Classification

We are to use various materials in doing different work. We use of thousand of materials, starting with the water to wash our hands and......

Why the Density of Ice is Lower than Water?

Each ice crystal may be considered as a giant molecule. In ice each oxygen atom is linked to four hydrogen atoms- two of them by......

What is Van dar Waals Force?

The force of attraction among the molecules of non polar covalent compounds is known as Van der Waals force. Van der Waals force is very......

What is Pi (π) Bond?

Pi (π) bond: When two orbitals of two atoms overlap sidewise to form a covalent bond, the resulting bond is known as n-bond. It is......

Explain Uses of Noble Gas

Uses of Noble Gas: (A) HELIUM Because of its lightness and non-inflammability helium is used to filling balloons for meteorological observations. Because of its lightness......

Separation of Noble Gases in Dewar’s Method

The mixture of noble gases obtained by the above method is separated into individual constituents by the use of coconut charcoal which adsorbs different gases......

Explain Isolation of Noble Gases in Ramsay-Raleigh’s Method

The noble gases are isolated from air by removing oxygen and nitrogen from air free from carbon-di-oxide, water vapour, dust particles, etc., This can be......

Define and Describe on Noble Gases or Inert Gases

Group 18 of the periodic table consists of helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon and radon. All these are gases under ordinary conditions of temperature and......

Laboratory Preparation of Xenon Fluoride Compounds

Xenon forms three binary Fluorides XeF2, XeF4, and XeF6 by the direct union of elements under appropriate experimental conditions. PROPERTIES: Xe F2, Xe F4 and......

Why Silver Fluoride is Soluble in Water but Silver Chloride not Soluble?

Ionic compounds are generally soluble in polar solvents like water, covalent compounds are not. So if the anion of any salt is very much polarized,......

What is Called Polarization?

When a cation comes close to an anion, the cation, being positively charged, attracts the electron cloud of the anion towards itself. At the same......

Structures of Interhalogen Compounds

Interhalogen compounds are generally covalent compounds in which the larger halogen forms the central atom. Type AX. As excepted, the compounds of the type AX......

Uses of Fluorine

Uses of Fluorine: Fluorine is used in the manufacture of a series of compounds known as freons. These non-toxic, non-combustible and volatile liquids are used......

Isolation of Fluorine

Fluorine does not occur free in nature. It occurs in the combined form. This was devised by Dennis, Veeder and Rochow in 1931. Symbol –......

Laboratory Preparation of Etching Glass

Laboratory Preparation of Etching Glass: Industrially, hydrogen fluoride is obtained by heating fluorspar (CaF2) with concentrated H2SO4 in a lead vessel. CaF2 + H2SO4 →......