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Why Is Benzoic Acid Poorly Soluble In Co ...

Benzoic Acid is belongs to a class of simple aromatic carboxylic acid. This name is adopted from gum ... [Read more...]

12:17 PM, 3rd October 2016

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Self-healing hydrogels and its industria ...

Hydrogels are water-swollen, cross-linked polymeric structures produced by reactions of monomers or ... [Read more...]

10:18 AM, 2nd April 2012

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Frequently Asked Questions about Boron ( ...

When was Boron (B) discovered? Boron was found in 1808. French chemists experts Joseph-Louis, Gay- ... [Read more...]

5:13 AM, 6th July 2017

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2000 chemicals in your morning tea!

Have you ever wonder the normal beverage tea contains around 2,000 chemical compounds! Yes it is tr ... [Read more...]

10:21 AM, 27th November 2012

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Chemistry of Enzymes, Polymers

Enzymes   Original name of enzymes is ferments. Enzymes are biomolecules, biocatalysts, compl ... [Read more...]

4:59 AM, 19th December 2013

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Benzene in carbonated drinks

Michael Faraday discovered benzene in 1825. Benzene formula was proposed by Friedrich August Ke ... [Read more...]

9:43 AM, 6th December 2013

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2,000 proteins present in HIV virus!

History & Eveolution   AIDS stands for: Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome   HIV s ... [Read more...]

11:12 AM, 1st December 2016

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Water treatment chemicals, a modern appr ...

“Millions lived without love, none without water!” This dihydrogen infused oxygen molecu ... [Read more...]

6:29 AM, 22nd May 2017

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Bhopal gas disaster - dark day in the ch ...

The Bhopal gas tragedy is considered as one of the world’s worst industrial disasters.   ... [Read more...]

10:03 AM, 3rd December 2012

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