Questions tagged [inorganic-chemistry]

Inorganic compounds generally do not have C-H bonds, while organic compounds do have such bonds. The distinction between inorganic and organic chemistry, however, is far from absolute.

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Has a low spin tetrahedral Ni(II) complex been synthesised?

How can $\ce{Ni(II)}$ form a low spin tetrahedral compound? I was not able to find such compounds. $\ce{Ni(II)}$ will have $\mathrm {4s^03d^8}$ and tetrahedral needs $\mathrm{sp^3}$. So $2$ electrons ...
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Can iodine replace other halogen as well?

While reading about halogen family I encountered the reaction: $$\ce{NaClO3 + I2 -> NaIO3 + Cl2}$$ I know that that the oxidizing tendency of halogens decreases down the group, so I think that the ...
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What is the trend of thermal stability of group 1 oxides?

The thermal stability of most compounds of Group 1 elememts (hydroxides, carbonates, nitrates) increases down the group due to decrement in charge density of the cation. Now, according to one of my ...
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Selectivity of metal nitrates towards ammonium bicarbonate

I am performing coprecipitation reaction, and in the precipitating step, I have a bunch of metal nitrates(ferric nitrate, aluminium nitrate and barium nitrate)in a solution reacting with ammonium ...
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Why is helium considered as a non-metal?

How can helium be considered as a non-metal based on its chemical properties? Helium is a noble gas; it does not take part in chemical reactions under ordinary conditions. But non-metals tend to gain ...
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Sulphur trioxide problem

I'm having minor difficulties solving this problem: How many grams of sulfur (VI) oxide can be derived from 8 g of sulfur and 6 g of oxygen? (S-32) I've tried to solve it this way: $\ce{2S + 3O2 -...
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How much NaOH I have to add to increase pH?

I'm stuck in solving this problem. I have two solution of $\pu{5 M}$ $\ce{H2SO4}$ that needs two consequential $\mathrm{pH}$ increasing: the first from the natural $\mathrm{pH}$ of $\pu{5 M}$ $\ce{...
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Structure of IO2F5(2-) dianion

This question came in my exam to draw the Structure of $\ce{[IO_2F_5]^2-}$ I am confused. Here's what I reasoned: Iodine will have hybridisation $\ce{sp^3d^3}$ so it will be pentagonal bi ...
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Is it possible to separate Lead(II) sulfate from sulfuric acid?

To prepare lead(II) sulfate $\ce{PbSO4}$ from lead(II) carbonate $\ce{PbCO3}$, can I add excess sulfuric acid to lead(II) carbonate so that the products formed will be excess acid with lead(II) ...
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How is ozone formation form oxygen **spontaneous**?

DeltaH for process is positive and deltaS is negative. Then by thermodynamics,deltaG for process must be positive at all temperatures. Then how is ozone formation spontaneous?
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What grade of sodium fluoride is needed for preservation of urine for drug and alcohol testing?

We are preparing DUI test kits and the distributor we purchased our sodium fluoride vials from is no longer in service. We are having difficulty finding a new supplier. Would food grade work for ...
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Percentage of yield reaction question

By bubbling $\ce{Cl2}$ in a solution containing $176.6~\mathrm{g}$ of $\ce{MgBr2}$ are obtained [sic!] $135~\mathrm{g}$ of $\ce{Br2}$. However, the yield of this reaction is not $100~\%$. How many ...
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Why Silica and normal alumina can damage or destroy many metal complexes?

in case of organic ligand there r several techniques for purification,but in case of metal complex(Cr,Mn,Fe,Co) with schiff base , i have not seen any literature for the purification of them except ...

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