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What's the reaction here?

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Does a reaction have to have a rate determining step?

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Simple method to lengthen alkane?

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How to choose the best method and basis set for a calculation in computational chemistry?

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Why do the boiling and melting points decrease as you go down group 1 and vice versa for group 7?

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What chemicals have been named after Star Wars characters?

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Units of rate constant (cycles per second vs radians per second) in Eyring equation

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Can the green spots in these coins be copper chloride?

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Molecular mechanics force fields for metals?

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Can we break the covalent bonds of water molecules using resonance frequencies?

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what contributes to the temperature of a vacuum

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Do the products in exothermic reactions have higher kinetic energy than the products? Do they also have lower chemical energy?

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What is the reason behind neglecting & putting the overlap integrals $0$ in Simple Hückel Theory?

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'In MO theory, electrons are treated as spreading throughout the entire molecule'- isn't it exhibited in VB theory also?

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Aren't unit cell and the relevant crystal similar?

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When is it permissible to use the stoichiometry of a reaction to determine rate laws?

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Are we using an assumption in calculating the ratio of first state excited to unexcited chemical species using the Boltmann distribution?

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Product of lead and tin alloying

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Depression of freezing point

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Why do noble gases, although not molecules, use London dispersion forces?

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Is it possible to have accumulation of electron density in the inter-nuclear region even if the overlap integral is zero?

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Enthalpy change and equilibrium

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Order Of Reaction

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Experimenting with electrochromic prussian blue