Month: February 2016

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Electrolysis of Water

Water is made up of one molecule of oxygen and two molecules of Hydrogen i.e. H2O .
By: Ashok Kumar

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  • Basudev Mohapatra
  • Jhunjhunwala Bidyapitha
  • Barang, Cuttack, Orissa
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Distillation of Water

Every element can exist in three states. That is as a solid, liquid and vapour states. Which are mostly depended on it’s temperature.This applies to water, too. So water can be found as ice, water and steam.
By: Ranjit Kumar

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  • Mehtab Khan
  • Z. P. U. H. School
  • Kuppam, Tamil Nadu
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Covalent Bond

When atoms tend to attain octet arrangement by sharing, a bond will be formed between the sharing atoms. This type of bonding is called covalent bonding.
By: Ashok Kumar

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Chemistry of Photography

The photographer regulates the f-stop opening and time of exposure of her camera to match the sensitivity of film.this is this provided relatively sharp Components of a developer, Chemical Kinetics, Photochemistry of silver salts.
By: Vikrant Mishra

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  • St. Joseph’s Hr. Sec. School
  • Chennai,Tamil Nadu
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Chemical Industry

To create multimedia presentation software with regard to chemical industries. They will understand about the various components of the chemical industries. The students study the various types of the chemical industries.
By: Ashok Kumar

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  • M.P.U.H.S. School
  • Chennai,Tamil Nadu
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Chemical-bonding

Chemical Bonding

Atoms combine to form compunds so as to attain stable nearest rare gas configuration.Bonding generally takes place to form stable compounds.
By: Ashok Kumar

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  • Vallal Sabapathy Matric.Hr.Sec.School
  • Chennai, Tamil Nadu

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Chemical Bond

This presentation is about chemical bond such as covalent bond, ionic bond etc.
By: Ashok Kumar

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  • Delibabu
  • Z.P.H.S.
  • DandiKuppam, Andhra Pradesh

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Carbon Cycle

This is the time to know about carbon cycle.
By: Ashok Kumar

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  • Govt. Boy’s High School
  • Bhuwaneswar, Orissa
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Carbon Compounds

The compounds of carbon( except the oxides of carbon, carbonates, hydrogen carbonates and carbides) are called organic compounds.
By: Ashok Kumar

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  • Govt. Boy’s High School
  • Bhuwaneswar, Orissa

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Atomic Structure

In the early nineteenth century, an English chemist Dalton stated clearly his ideas regarding atoms. He was the first person to give out atomic theory in 1803. This theory is known as Dalton’s Atomic Theory.
By: Ashok Kumar

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  • Govt. Boy’s High School
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