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6 things about nitrogen you should know

1. What is nitrogen? Nitrogen is one of the most significant elements in organic chemi ... [Read more...]

8:06 AM, 9th August 2017

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Points You Should Remember About Covalen ...

What is covalent bond? A covalent bond is a chemical bond that involves sharing of pairs of electron ... [Read more...]

4:39 AM, 26th July 2017

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7 few quick facts about Argon Gas

Argon: Argon is the 3rd noble gas, in period 8(p-block) of Periodic table, it makes up about 1 per ... [Read more...]

5:01 AM, 25th July 2017

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All That You Need To Know About Carbon E ...

1. What is carbon? Carbon is the 15th most plentiful element on the Earth's crustand is abundant in ... [Read more...]

7:04 AM, 12th July 2017

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Less known Facts of Fluorine

What is Fluorine? Fluorine is a chemical element, with symbol F and has an atomic number 9. It is ... [Read more...]

4:54 AM, 12th July 2017

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Facts Of Zinc That Everyone Wants To Kno ...

In the periodic table, zinc is designated with the chemical symbol of Zn and an atomic number of 30 ... [Read more...]

7:38 AM, 11th July 2017

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Few Important Points On Gold

1. What is gold? Gold is an element with atomic symbol as Au and with atomic number as 79. In its ... [Read more...]

5:09 AM, 11th July 2017

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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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Commonly asked questions about Neon

What is Neon Element Made Of? Firstly, Neon is an inert gas & it's a part of the noble gasses gr ... [Read more...]

9:24 AM, 23rd June 2017

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