Chemistry of Water

Water is by far the most common liquid on the Earth’s surface, and its unique properties enable life to exist. For chemists, water is a small, simple looking and common molecule H2O but they also know it has many unusual and even unique properties. Scientist in many other disciplines have their own viewpoints about water […]

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Stoichiometry: The Measurement of Elements

Stoichiometry is the measure of relative proportions in which elements form compounds or in which substances react. The word stoichiometry derives from two Greek words “stoicheion” (meaning element) and “metron” (meaning measure). It is the name given to the quantitative relationships between the compounds in a chemical reaction. It illustrates the calculations and the fundamental […]

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