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How to learn the concept behind Thermodynamics, Equilibrium, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics [closed]

I am currently reading Thermodynamics, Chemical Equilibrium, Ionic Equilibrium, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics for JEE Advanced exam in India. Now when I am solving problems I can not inter ...
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$j$-$j$ coupling interaction in Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

I am studying Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy and I have some difficulties in understanding the j-j coupling interaction. What does actually happen from the physical point of view to the electronic ...
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Solubility of gases in water in comparison to their liquefiability

My textbook of physical chemistry says ...The following factors affect the solubilities of gases in liquids: (i) Nature of the gas and solvent: Generally, the gases which can be easily liquefied are ...
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What is the implication of having the internal energy equal the Gibbs free energy?

I came up with a hypothetical equation of state, where one of the consequences is that $U=G$, where $U$ is the internal energy and $G$ is the Gibbs free energy. I wanted to ask the chemists, is there ...
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Finding the structure based on spectra

I had to identify the structure of a drug based off the spectra I had. I suck at this. I gave it my best go and got some ugly structure, only to check it using a database and find out I was wrong. I ...
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Reference for molecular orbital theory [duplicate]

I am studying electron collision with molecules, and came across with notation like this $\left(\mathrm{B}^{1} \Sigma_{u}^{+}, \mathrm{c}^{3} \Pi_{u}, \mathrm{a}^{3} \Sigma_{g}^{+}, \mathrm{C}^{1} \...
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Energy levels of combined orbitals

I saw the MO diagram for a NH3 molecule but couldn't understand why the combined atomic orbitals were in the positions they were, and if these positions were fixed. Why is the sigma anti bonding ...
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Will group 2 chlorides dissolve in water in water or react to produce distinct products? How does this differ by the type of salt? [closed]

I thought it'd dissolve... but am i wrong? I added calcium chloride to water, and it was smoking, i was so confused. Can someone explain happened? I am doing an experiment where i dissolve salts in ...
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My Misconception of Entropy

It was recently brought to my attention that my understanding of entropy is wonky at best. In my experience, entropy was introduced (superficially at best) during general chemistry/foundations of ...
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How does current start to flow when galvanic cell is first connected?

Using the Daniell Cell as an example, where in the steady state we expect zinc to be oxidised and copper to be reduced spontaneously due to the overall reduction in Gibbs free energy, how does the ...
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Book Recommendation for Molecular Orbital Theory [duplicate]

I posting my question here since I have seen similar questions but I haven't found the specific answer I am searching for. I am seeking textbook recommendations on Molecular Orbital Theory with ...
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Szabo and Ostlund's calculation of repulsion integral on page 172 via A.41

Returning to Szabo & Ostlund after a hiatus I tried to recreate his STO-3G calculation for HeH+ which begins on p. 168. It all went fine except for the two-electron, two-center integrals. I ...
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Electron defficient molecules

Electron defficiency is a common feature in some class of compounds of Group 13 elements (B,Al,Ga). In some covalent compounds of Be too the same nature prevails. To compansate this electron ...
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Why beta C w.r.t. the carbonyl group has the highest coefficient in the LUMO of acrolein?

I want to know the way, how to know which atom has greatest coefficient in a particular MO level in π-MO of a π conjugated system. I faced this problem when I was going through weak nucleophile attack ...
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Why are excess nuclei required to produce an NMR signal?

In NMR, an excess population of nuclei is required to produce a signal. If saturation is achieved (same number of nuclei in the α and β states) no net signal can be produced. A signal is produced when ...

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