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Vlad
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What are Orbitals?

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Is hydrogen (on its own) considered an acid?

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Why don't calcium chloride and sodium nitrate react?

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Why can copper have both four and six bonds?

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Why is cell potential defined as E0[Reduction]-E0[Oxidation] and not the reverse?

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For water, 1 mole = 18 g= 22.4 liter. How to explain?

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Where on the backbone does a peptide get protonated at low pH?

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Stereochemistry of cycloalkanes having substituents

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Is it possible to synthesize magnesium nitrate through an aqueous solution of ammonuim nitrate and magnesium sulfate?

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How do I determine the number and order of ligand orbitals?

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Thermal stability of interhalogen compounds

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Why can temperature changes have units of either degrees Celsius or kelvin?

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Can the following molecules be called meso compounds (cyclic structures which usually exist in non-planar forms)?

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Can the following compound having a centre of symmetry be called both optically inactive and meso?

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How to now if the OH group on the C5 carbon of a cyclic sugar is up or down in Fischer Projection

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Do we cool the solution to form a precipitate because of lower melting points?

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Valences of atoms in covalent compound

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Which resources teach spectrum analysis of NMR and IR spectra?

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What is the number of unpaired electrons in (Fe(H2O)5NO)2+?

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Why is molar mass the same as atomic mass?

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Why does aqueous NaCl conduct electricity?

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How and why are all the substituents in methyl cyclopropane eclipsed?

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Is there a chemical which fluoresces only after coming in contact with water?

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Ions and bonding

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Term symbol for atomic nitrogen: why can't S be -1/2?