36 Answered Questions for the topic Inorganic Chemistry

Inorganic Chemistry


Can we change limiting reactant in chemical reaction to increase the amount of required product?

Can we change limiting reactant in chemical reaction to increase the amount of required product? Like if zinc nitrate hexahydrate (15.0 g) reacts with sodium hydroxide (16.0 g) to produce zinc... more
Inorganic Chemistry


what are the properties of a buffer?

The properties of a buffer and how it works.
Inorganic Chemistry


Buffer experiment

20 ml of sodium acetate( buffer ) was poured into beaker 1, and 20 ml of distilled water was poured into beaker 2. BTB indicator was added to both beakers. The color and pH were observed. The... more
Inorganic Chemistry Chemistry Isomers


Geometric Isomers related doubt

linear, triangular planar and tetrahedral structures cant exhibit geometrical isomerism? Explain me the reason
Inorganic Chemistry Chemistry


When writing a short hand electron configuration what does the square brackets mean?

e.g. Calcium - [Ar] 4S^2 what does the square bracket around AR mean?   Thanks for you help!
Inorganic Chemistry Chemistry General Chemistry


How to find the Kp values?

4) Carbon disulfide is a foul smelling solvent that dissolves sulfur and other nonpolar substances. It can be made by heating sulfur in an atmosphere of methane. 4CH4 (g) + S8 (s) ⇔ 4CS2 (g) + 8 H2... more
Inorganic Chemistry Chemistry


EAN Rule Doubts

when EAN rule is obeyed?? only when it is 36??
Inorganic Chemistry Science Chemistry Physical Science


What is the % Sn and % Cu in the sample?

You are given a piece of metal alloy that is made of tin and copper. If the density of the sample is found to be 8.59 g/mL what is the % Sn and % Cu in the sample?
Inorganic Chemistry


Color of Cobalt hydroxide

What is the colour of Cobalt hydroxide? Is it pink or is it blue? I thought it was pink until we did the experiment and got a blue precipitate. It was not pink at all. Why was it?
Inorganic Chemistry


Does the solubility of group IIA metal oxalates decrease or increase down the group?

I've got the problem about Be,Mg,Ca, Sr and Ba oxalates. Some books say that their solubility decreases down the group and some say it increases. Which is true?
Inorganic Chemistry


Inorganic Chemistry

Under Room Temperature and pressure Why HF is Liquid and HCl is gaseous

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