Category Chemistry Concepts

Chemical Reaction Types

What is a chemical reaction? A process involving a chemical change converting one or more reactants into one or more products is called a chemical reaction. It takes place by breaking and rearranging bonds between the reactant molecules to create…

Periodicity

What is meant by Periodicity? Ever wonder why the elements in the periodic table are in the order they are in? In the context of the periodic table, periodicity denotes the common trends seen in the properties of elements arranged…

Molecular Structure

What is Molecular Structure? The molecular structure also known as molecular geometry, depicts how the atoms are arranged in a molecule to form a three-dimensional structure. Determining the molecular structure of different compounds is very important as it tells us…

Equilibrium

Any kind of system is said to be in equilibrium if it is balanced, for example, two people on the two sides of a seesaw will balance it and it is said to be in equilibrium. Similarly, chemical reactions can…

Thermochemistry

thermochemistry

What is Thermochemistry? Thermochemistry is the branch of thermodynamics that deals with the study of energy changes as the chemical reaction take place. The energy change is usually in the form of heat and it may be absorbed or released…

Solutions

solution

Let us learns about the solution, its composition, and various types! What is a Solution? A solution is defined as a homogenous mixture of two or more substances. A homogenous mixture means that the substances are evenly distributed in the…

Electrochemistry

Electrochemistry is the study of chemical processes involving electricity. In some chemical reactions, the generated electrical current can be used to do useful work, but in others, it can be used to speed up the reaction. Many useful battery technologies…

Organic Chemistry

organic chemistry

Organic chemistry is a key chemistry concept taught to those looking to advance their chemistry knowledge. By creating covalent links with itself and other atoms, carbon can construct an unlimited variety of structures. In organic chemistry, we look at the…