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Is there a place with a list of certain types of chemical reactions? [closed]

I'm looking for a website/pdf that has a list of chemical reactions that produce Nitrogen?
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What is the alloying composition of the Zinc-Platinum System?

My research team and I are working on a bimetallic alloy consisting of Zinc and Platinum. We have looked for papers regarding the composition of Zinc-Platinum alloy. But there aren't many papers out ...
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Does the largest known cycloalkane contain 288 carbon atoms?

If you Google "largest known cycloalkane", you will find this result: For context, there has been discussions on "largest known alkane". There is a related chem.SE question. There ...
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What units are used in Gaussian 16 for dipole derivatives output? [migrated]

I ran a frequency analysis employing Gaussian 16 on MP2/6-31+G(d,p) level of theory with the keyword iop(7/33=1) in order to have access to dipole derivatives with ...
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Data on CFT-based electronic configuration and hybridisations

Since the hybridisations* of metals in coordination compounds and their configurations arising from the crystal-field theory seem to be not easily predicted from rules of thumb or any simplified ...
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Names of the f suborbitals. (Reference Request)

Today, I have been browsing the internet to know the names of the "f" orbitals. But I have varying answers on the web. Different sources seem to be stating different names. Like here, and ...
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Source for UV cut-off values of buffers

When I want to check a $\mathrm{p}K_\mathrm{a}$ value I look it up in CRC Handbook. Is there such source for UV cut-off values of various buffers? Usually books in chromatography contain tables with ...
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How is electron-impact mass spectrometry data formally reported?

NMR data has the following format when reported in a paper: How would I go about reporting my EIMS data formally? I tried looking for documents online but couldn't find anything.
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Process parameters of typical chemical processes [closed]

I am researching to opportunity of heat recuperation in the chemical industry be means of high temperature heat pumps. However, I am having some trouble with finding suitable applications. I would ...
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What is the maximum number of water molecules that has been recorded till date to present as water of crystallization in a compound?

Context: I was casually looking through some old questions when I found this question. The OP wanted a compound that has all the hydrates ranging from monohydrate to decahydrate. I found chromium(III) ...
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Reactivity of group 13 elements with nitrogen

Do all group 13 elements react with nitrogen to form nitrides of form $\ce{MN}?$ J.D. Lee's Inorganic chemistry book mentions the following: Aluminium burns in dinitrogen at high temperatures ...
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What does solid matrix mean?

I am reading "Effect of Freeze-Drying on Quality and Grinding Process of Food Produce": A Review by Timilehin Martins Oyinloye and Won Byong Yoon. The problem is they are referring to the ...
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Fluorescence quenching by palladium(II) vs. platinum(II) complexes

Why do we observe much stronger (in most cases complete) fluorescence quenching by $\ce{Pd^2+}$ than $\ce{Pt^2+}?$ I work with complexes of both metals and there is no real 100% explanation I can find ...
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Molar conductivity of a strong electrolyte

In 1910, Kohlrausch showed that the dependence of the molar conductivity of strong electrolytes is well described by the following equation: $$\Lambda_m = \Lambda_m^\circ-K\sqrt{c}$$ This equation, ...
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Chemical safety information: Where to look to find out how poisonous poisons are?

Could someone point me toward a primer on how to read the toxicity warnings on standard chemical data sheets? Or alternatively, where one should look for more precise information than is contained on ...
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Free on-line dissociation constants

Is there a decent on-line source for dissociation constants for acids and bases as CRC alternative? This chemistry stackexchange old answer no longer has valid links: Is there an online database of ...
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What are the currently most accurate sources for lists of the values for elemental properties

I have a hopefully simple question. I am a tutor working with a student that wants to know where to find the most recent accurate measurements for elemental properties. He's only in Chemistry I, so he'...
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Properties of inconel [closed]

I am doing a project on the physics of the spaceX raptor engine. I believe it is made out of a certain type of inconel alloy. I want to understand why this alloy has the properties that it does, but I ...
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Where can I find literature values for standard molar enthalpies of neutralization?

I'm looking for enthalpy of neutralization literature values for inorganic weak acids. NIST, PubChem, etc. don't list them. Is there somewhere else I should look?
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What is the electron configuration of platinum? [closed]

Some textbooks write the electron configuration for platinum (Pt) as $\ce{[Xe] 4f^14 5d^9 6s^1}$. However, some also write it as $\ce{[Xe] 4f^14 5d^8 6s^2}$. Which is correct? I hope someone can help ...
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Molar conductivities of aqueous electrolytes at 1 M

In the following table from the CRC Handbook, molar conductivities of aqueous electrolytes are given for concentrations from infinite dilution to 0.1 M. However, I am looking for values at 1 M, and I'...
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Exact meaning of “degree of crosslinking” in polymer chemistry

In the ion-exchange chromatography literature, a term "degree of crosslinking" appears frequently. Ion exchange resins are typically made from divinylbenzene and styrene. One of the stated ...
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Concentration of sulfur in turbid solution

I recently participated in an experiment where I need to calculated the reaction orders and the reaction constant of the reaction: $$\ce{8 Na2S2O3(aq) + 16 HCl(aq) -> S8(s) + 8 SO2(g) + 16 NaCl(aq) ...
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“Good” properties of transparent conducting oxides

I'm a computer scientist and I'm trying to figure out which are the key properties that define a “good” acting transparent conducting oxide (TCO) in order to consider several possible features to ...
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Is there a better coordinate framework and symmetry operator for constructing molecular orbitals of molecules with higher-order geometry?

The following excerpt is taken from [1] (with a few rewording, emphasizes are mine). In an attempt to construct molecular orbital (MO) of any molecule, one needs to determine the symmetries of ...
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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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“Encyclopedic” / semi-exhaustive reference work on Chemistry [closed]

I'm buying my brother a present—It's the holiday season after all. He's about to start his academic career in chemistry. I would like to give him a book on chemistry, but not something that is ...
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Thermal properties of aluminium alloy 6063 [closed]

I am looking for the operating temperature range both in a cold and hot environments (minimum and maximum operating temperatures) for aluminium alloy 6063. I'm new to finding this kind of information ...
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How does the Hammett acidity function work and how to calculate it for [H2SO4] = 1,830? Any references?

I'm modelling the concentrations in the Belousov Zhabotinsky reaction. For this model, I need to convert [BrO3-] to [HBrO3]. I discovered in several papers that the following correlation applies: $$ [\...
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Questions About an Appropriate Textbook on Electrochemistry for Self-Study

Apologies if this is a somewhat frequent request (I promise I did scour various sources before posting, but none quite applied to me), but I was hoping for some insight from the community regarding an ...
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Reference Request - bond lengths in PCl2F3

While writing an answer here, I needed references for bond lengths of $\ce{PF3Cl2}$ and $\ce{PF4Cl}$. The latter was easily found in reference (1), whereas I could not find exact references for bond ...
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Industry Standards of Polymer Leeching Measurement [closed]

I am a research assistant currently researching the leaching of polymers the byproducts of the reaction of ethanol and wood coating from wood billets into water and I'm at a crossroads with my ...
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What is “activated red phosphorus”? What made it so long to be discovered?

[WP = white phosphorus ; RP = red phosphorus ; ARP = activated red phosphorus] Tom from Extraction & Ire did a video two years ago(2018) on converting WP to RP by keeping the former in sunlight ...
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Wittig reaction in presence of carboxylic acids

The following reaction came in a recent test: According to this reaction, the acidic hydrogen would protonate the ylide, and the standard wittig reaction would not take place. This source agrees with ...
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Geometry of a free radical at the bridgehead carbon

With reference to J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1968, 90 (19), 5266–5267, they state: The most favorable geometry of aliphatic free radicals remains an unsolved problem, since existing data are consistent with a ...
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Which amino acids can be totally synthesized? [closed]

I can't find information regarding which amino acids (say the proteinogenic ones or in general) can be totally synthesized. Is there a reference?
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Who came up with C1V1 = C2V2? [closed]

I was wondering if there is an original scientific publication showing why $C_1V_1 = C_2V_2$ works. Or perhaps, who described/used it first?
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Covalent atomic radii: oxygen vs nitrogen

Many books state that $R_\ce{N} > R_\ce{O}$ which is in accordance with the general trend. However, some books say that $R_\ce{O} > R_\ce{N}$ because of repulsion caused by pairing of electrons. ...
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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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Density range of table salt?

Does anyone have a reference for the density range of common table salt $(\ce{NaCl})?$ A pure $\ce{NaCl}$ crystal has a density of $\pu{2.16 g/cm^3}.$ However, the salt granules in table salt don't ...
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Electrophilic Substitution with Ceric Ammonium Nitrate and Lithium Bromide as reagents

The 2020 IChO Preparatory Problem List (source here) had the following reaction as part of the solution to the first question: (CAN = Ceric Ammonium Nitrate). What is the mechanism for this '...
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Is there a standard scholarly reference for lattice constants of crystals of the elements?

I need to discuss the lattice constants of bulk crystals of several metal and semiconductor elements. I can find plenty of tables and numbers that are probably "close enough" but for a paper ...
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Research-backed articles on cast iron seasoning

I've always seasoned my cast iron pans with vegetable oil because that was what I was taught. I'd done some research before, and even came across this StackExchange post on asking the best oil for the ...
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Has mercury(II) cyanate ever isolated as a free compound?

Recently, I have answered a question "Comparing explosive properties of mercury(II) cyanate and mercury(II) fulminate" where stability of cyanate vs fulminate was discussed. While I was ...
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Molecular Structure

What's the meaning of the triangle and striped line in this structure of $\ce{H3O+}$: Can someone suggest me a site to learn about this? (I'm quite a novice in chemistry.) Thanks
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Photoluminescence Spectra of Solids

What information can we gain with the photoluminescence spectra of solids? The bandgap can be determined for example, but are there any other useful properties we can learn? I care about this in the ...
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Equilibrium Constants for Diatomic Gases at High Temperatures

I'm new here and I haven't taken chemistry beyond high school, so please forgive the ignorance. I am reading a book about hypersonic aerodynamics, and I am trying to connect some chemistry knowledge ...
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What is the density of sodium trimethylsilylpropanesulfonate (DSS)?

I tried to look for the density of sodium trimethylsilylpropanesulfonate (DSS) online but could not find anything. Perhaps someone here measured it/knows where it may be found?
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Fundamentals of mathematics and physics for physical chemistry [closed]

Before I start studying chemistry, I want to gain some knowledge about the fundamentals of mathematics and physics that are important to better understand the principles of physical chemistry, ...
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How to properly model a mechanochemical reaction of barium titanate and copper(II) complexes?

I would like to understand, in terms of chemical kinetics, how I could equate the reaction rate between $\ce{BaTiO3}$ and copper(II) complexes under ultrasound effect. Examples in literature would be ...

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