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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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Calculate the total number of valance shell electrons ($n_1$) in all constituent atoms or ions. For example, in $\ce{NH_4^+}$, $n_1$ will be 8 (5 of N, 4 from all H's and -1 because the molecule has …
answered Jun 27 '13 by ashu
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Two points before we begin: + charge means deficiency in electrons. - charge means excess of electrons. Now lets come to the reaction you are talking about. Two chromium atoms gain 3 electrons …
answered Feb 15 '15 by ashu
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On mixing 2 parts of $\ce{NH3}$ with 1 part of $\ce{CuCl2}$, following reaction will occur. $\ce{CuCl2 + 2NH3 -> Cu(NH3)2^{2+} + 2Cl-}$ This will give you soluble deep-blue copper-ammonia complex: $ …
answered Oct 5 '13 by ashu
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You will get potassium carbonate ($\ce{K2CO3}$), carbon dioxide ($\ce{CO2}$), water ($\ce{H2O}$), and nitrogen gas ($\ce{N2}$): $$\ce{48KNO3 + 5C12H22O11 -> 24K2CO3 + 36CO2 + 55H2O + 24N2}$$ See this …
answered Oct 8 '13 by ashu
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I agree with @Klaus Warzecha's answer but I would like to add a little more to it. They probably mean to say Boiling point of a liquid increases with increase in pressure. Since a liquid vapori …
answered Mar 30 '14 by ashu
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This is happening because of moisture present in air. When you'll pour the cold water in a glass, the outer surface will also show fall in its temperature. As you know already know that the heat flo …
answered Oct 16 '13 by ashu
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According to the question, it is totally not clear that whether you want to know filled orbitals or total orbital (filled + vacant). Well, but after seeing the examples you gave, it can be concluded t …
answered Oct 6 '13 by ashu