Question of the Day #3


The answer to the previous question is: Since copper is a good conductor of heat and it has a low specific heat capacity, it conducts the heat energy and takes less amount of heat energy from its contents to acquire the temperature of its contents. Hence,ย it is used in making a calorimeter. Congratulations to Harsh, … Continue reading Question of the Day #3

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Chemistry: Common and IUPAC Names of Organic Compounds (Notes)


Here are some notes that I have made, after collecting the common and IUPAC names of well known organic compounds from Wikipedia. I'm sure you will find these notes very useful while studying organic chemistry. Often, examiners ask questions in the exam, wherein they use the common name of an organic compound, which many of … Continue reading Chemistry: Common and IUPAC Names of Organic Compounds (Notes)

Chemistry: Names and Colors of Common Salts


These are just a few names of compounds, what color they are, their special characteristics (if any), etc. You'll find this information useful inย Acids, Bases, and Salts; Analytical Chemistry; and in the differentiate between two salt/acids/compounds questions. Hope this helps you out! ๐Ÿ™‚ All you have to do is keep this in mind and apply … Continue reading Chemistry: Names and Colors of Common Salts