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Chlorine role in day to day life

Chlorine is the most abundant member of the halogen family of periodic table elements. Chlorine is a ... [Read more...]

9:42 AM, 12th February 2014

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Major facts on Cyanide

The word cyanide attribute to a lone charged anion abided with single carbon atom and one nitrogen ... [Read more...]

8:01 AM, 12th December 2017

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Colours in vegetables, a work of chemist ...

Vegetables are important in rational nutrition and shows favorable influence on the functions of the ... [Read more...]

7:27 AM, 22nd January 2013

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Test Sweet craving…. after meal

Are you feeling sweet tooth after having meal?           ... [Read more...]

7:13 AM, 22nd January 2014

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The Insider’s Chemistry Guide to Ganesha ...

Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the most important festivals celebrated by the people of India. The festi ... [Read more...]

10:20 AM, 24th August 2017

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About 3000 chemicals used in papermaking ...

History of Paper Paper was first invented in ancient China by Cai Lun. Chinese made the first paper ... [Read more...]

6:41 AM, 24th September 2014

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Biochar, a new solution to reduce global ...

Every year the world wide carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from energy need increases, and by the year ... [Read more...]

5:39 AM, 5th March 2013

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Toxic Effects of Phenolphthalein

Phenolphthalein is a chemical compound, often used as an indicator in titrations and its formula is ... [Read more...]

10:15 AM, 7th March 2019

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Why cyanuric acid is needed for swimming ...

In summer season everyone thinks about what are the ways to get rid of the heat and sweat. One of s ... [Read more...]

11:58 AM, 15th September 2016

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