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Good resource for chemical equivalence

I need a good resource that explains the concept of chemical equivalence and its various application in physical chemistry. I have not found anything worthwhile from a Google search.
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Good book for foundational chemistry [closed]

I need a good book that explains the basics of chemistry in a lucid and importantly, systematic manner. Most books on this subject are not comprehensive and assume that the reader is well acquainted ...
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Can someone recommend me a book ( preferably written long ago) that includes all the details of high school chemistry?

The textbook I got from my teacher is shown to be too general. Part of the fun of learning chemistry, for me, comes from knowing the derivation of equations. But most of the derivations are missing ...
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Two-dimensional Networks of Coordination Polyhedra

Does anyone know of any references that use {V/P, P/V} notation? This involves polyhedra joining to form polygons, or vice versa (this is where my confusion lies) V/P may refer to the number of ...
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Nomenclature in Other languages

Even one letter can make a huge difference in Chemistry Nomenclature. So I am looking for credible resources that is specifically published for explaining Nomenclature rules, examples in Spanish. Any ...
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Introduction to Chemistry Textbook - Theory based

TL:DR conditions below Highschool to first year undergraduate level Theory based(Experimentation not wanted) General - Giving a good introduction to all or most areas of Chemistry Rigorous - ...
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Delta G values for Pyruvate--> Alanine vs. Oxaloacetate -> Aspartate ->Asparagine

What are the delta G values for the mammalian (human) biosynthesis of alanine from pyruvate, and for the conversion of oxaloacetate to asparagine? (assuming no particular cellular restriction or other ...
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What general uses do beta-lactam functional groups have?

I am currently working on a mechanistic study that deals with stereoselective $\beta$-lactam formation. I am well aware that there is a class of antibiotics, that involve this particular functional ...
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Need a pair of compounds that is similar in formular but different in structure for exmaple

I would like to explain chemical formulas is not representable in terms of the molecular structure of the compound. Any good suggestions of examples?
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Is “Propanol” correct name according to the latest IUPAC nomenclature?

My teacher said that Propan-1-ol can also be written as Propanol in latest IUPAC nomenclature. I doubt this because wikipedea mentions only Propan-1-ol in IUPAC naming and Propanol in other names. ...
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Atmopsheric Gas IR-Spectra

I am looking for normal resolution IR-spectra of: $\ce{O2}$ and $\ce{N2}$ at high concentrations and; common minor gas in atmosphere: $\ce{H2O}$, $\ce{CO}$, and $\ce{CO2}$ at environmental ...
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What is the conformer distribution in monosubstituted fluoro bullvalene?

Bullvalene is a fluxional molecule able to interconvert any two carbon atoms through a series of degenerate Cope rearrangements (read the Stereodynamics section of this article if you would like more ...
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Microbial Fuel Cell

Does anyone know of a step by step guide to building a microbial fuel cell? Could someone here on Chem SE possibly provide one? I am looking for something like THIS but for the whole fuel cell and not ...
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Monomers and polymers

At Wikipedia a monomer is defined to be a molecule that may bind chemically to other molecules to form a polymer. A polymer is defined to be a molecule composed of many monomers. These ...
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What is some advance reference books about alloy that gives a lot historical background and applies a lot of theoretical equation or formulas

What is some advance reference books specifically about alloy that gives a lot historical background and applies a lot of theoretical equation or formulas with explanation? I seem to find nothing ...
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Vibrational Spectrums of HI, HBr, HF, and HCl

Do you all know of any large graphs for the vibrational spectrums of HI, HBr, HF, and HCl? I need graphs that are large enough to see the spacing between the peaks in the spectra of HCl, HBr, and HI. ...
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Atomic coordinates for DNA bases as they appear in a B-form or A-form duplex

Where can I find atomic coordinates for guanosine / cytosine / thymine / adenine (either the ribonucleotide or deoxyribonucleotide bases) where the atoms are configured in the manner we would expect ...
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ESI & MALDI Mass Spectrometry: particle mass vs. measurement error

For MALDI or ESI mass spectrometry of large macromolecules (e.g. in the $\approx 100$ kDa to $\approx 10 - 100$ MDa mass range), I've always how measurement error scales with particle mass. Not ...
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Good Introduction to chemistry textbook [closed]

I want to learn basic chemistry, so which textbook do you think I should pick? It should be something both concise and clear. Thank you.
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Is Linus Pauling's General Chemistry still readable and up-to-date today?

I've found a Dover edition copy of Pauling's General Chemistry in the bookstore near me. I'd like to know if it's still readable today, I mean, is it still up-to-date? I have no background in ...
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Covalent bond deformation

When do covalent bonds of a molecule $M$ extend or compress while no bonds in $M$ are broken? I can conceive of some possibilities but I don't know how common they are: Temperature changes ...
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Standards for drawing chemical molecules

I'll preface this by saying I haven't had a chemistry class in 10 years and molecular structures are not my thing. But I'm submitting a revision to a journal paper where I need to include figures of ...
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Oil :water partition coefficients

Is there a database or a website with a list of oil : water partition coefficients of substances ? I actually want the oil:water partition coefficients of : cholesterol, starch , methyl citrate , ...
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EZ-Water - Fraud or breakthrough?

Recently the quack medicine folks online have been promoting the research of a certain Dr. Gerald Pollack who claims to have discovered a "forth phase of water", and who has recently published a book ...
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Plastic: Reputable Publications

I would just like some reputable textbooks and or publication companies that have extensive research on plastics, as, for example, dealing with life cycles of plastics, degradation factors, effect on ...
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Consumer Report for Lab Equipment

I'm just wondering if anybody here knows of a Consumer-Report-like publication for lab equipment. Something that would give the specifics, as, for example, the flow rate of a distilling condenser, ...
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Database for molecular dipole transition moments?

I'm looking for the dipole transition matrix elements for electronic transitions between the ground and excited states of the carbon dioxide cation, $\text{CO}_2^+$, that is, objects like ...
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Where can I find a downloadable spreadsheet of element properties?

Sorry for the FAQ, but I really don't know where to find a full spreadsheet for element properties. I mean a table that has one row for each element, and the columns are its properties, such as name, ...