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How is bromine synthesised by laboratory ...

Bromine is the third lightest halogen element with characteristic fuming red-brown fumes at room tem ... [Read more...]

11:29 AM, 1st December 2016

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How Butane is Produced?

Butane is described as alkane compound with four carbon atoms, natural gas derivative. Common usage ... [Read more...]

9:15 AM, 5th April 2016

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Mechanism of Appel Reaction

The reaction is named after eminent scientist Rolf Appel. Rolf Appel was an inorganic chemist who co ... [Read more...]

11:29 AM, 18th March 2016

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Manufacturing of Ethylene Oxide by Chlor ...

Ethylene Oxide also called epoxyethane, oxirane. It is cyclic ether, simplest epoxide with faintly s ... [Read more...]

10:18 AM, 17th February 2016

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Manufacturing of nitric acid by Ostwald ...

Nitric acid is a colorless liquid that is used in the manufacture of inorganic and organic nitrates ... [Read more...]

10:15 AM, 8th May 2014

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Chemistry of textile manufacturing

Textile can be defined as “a flexible woven material consisting of a network of natural or art ... [Read more...]

7:32 AM, 29th April 2014

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Manufacturing process of methanol

Methanol is the most flexible chemical commodities and energy sources available today, as it can be ... [Read more...]

12:34 PM, 22nd April 2014

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Manufacturing of chlorine

Chlorine is an important industrial chemical. Chlorine is manufactured by the electrolysis of sodium ... [Read more...]

6:49 AM, 4th March 2014

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Mechanism of chemical weathering

Igneous rocks are generally termed as fire rocks, which are formed either underground or above groun ... [Read more...]

9:44 AM, 26th February 2014

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