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Is following graph is of a dibasic or monobasic acid?
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As I understand it, if the data is absolutely correct, the curve should not change direction of curvature in that manner if it is monibasic. Each time it's double differentiation changes signs 2 times,...

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Why Gibbs free energy is equating to 0?
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That is not the Gibbs Free Energy at constant pressure and temperature. Alphabetic soup definitions: $G$ - Gibbs free energy $H$ - enthalpy $T$ - temperature $S$ - entropy $P$ - pressure $V$ - ...

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η1 or sigma complex involving cyclopentadienyl anion
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Casey and coworkers in Organometallics 1983, 2, 535: http://www.ilpi.com/organomet/cp.html It's $sp^3$

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Determining the order of molar conductivity
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A good measure is to see the molar conductivities of individual ions, you will observe that: $\ce{H+}$ >> $\ce{OH-}$ > Rest and in general, if you have a lot of charge you come out in front. At ...

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How can I understand the Lewis acid-base interaction of iron(III) and water?
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I'm gonna give basic results of Crystal Field and related VBT, and I don't think the generalizations made on shape are good in that ppt like Ni+4 Co+3 etc.. Assumptions 1.Electrostatic interaction ...

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Do the units of the law of mass actions convey any meaning?
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Well, you can calculate difference in number of moles of gases and active liquid species on reactant and product side species using units of $K_c$ and $K_p$, respectively, as these are mostly used for ...

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Understanding Standard Hydrogen Electrode
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This is a concentration cell question where 2 electrodes of same stuff are dipped in their own ions and if there is non equal concentrations of anything a "potential" develops called electrode ...

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Relative strengths of hydrogen bonds
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As a short answer, Hydrogen bonds (for elementary chemistry) are formed with donation of lone pair of a lewis base into LUMO of H attached to a highly electronegative atom. A better donor makes a ...

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