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CARBON HYBRIDIZATION sp3

CARBON HYBRIDIZATION sp3 To talk about hybridization in Carbon we need to remember that this element Atomic Number is 6, then its electron configuration is     Which we can represent also using the spin sign of the electrons     The Electrons who participate in Hybridization are those in level 2 2 electrons in […]

January 26, 2014 0
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CARBON and ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

We are going to use the Periodic Table to talk about a very important element, which is Carbon, one of the stars of modern chemistry because is present in almost every compound  around us. Carbon itself is the principal protagonist of the part of Chemistry called Organic Chemistry.   Carbon is located in Group 4A […]

December 9, 2013 0
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SOLUTIONS PREPARATION 1

Today we’ll start to talk about how to prepare a solution. We need to remember that solutions are formed mixing a solute, which is usually a solid, for example sodium chloride, and a Solvent which is usually water. To measure water we use special materials as beakers and graduated cylinders, but  they just give us […]

February 3, 2013 0
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DISSOLUTION

It is the process by which a solute (solid, liquid or gaseous) in contact with a solvent is dispersed forming a mixture in which the components are not distinguishable. The best example of a solution is a salt dissolved in water, the most common salt is the one we use every day at the table by […]

November 6, 2012 0
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WATER POLARITY

Water is one of the most important molecules in human life, not only because makes up more than two thirds of human body weight, but also because all the cell and organ functions depend on water for their functioning. Something similar occurs in animals and plants. This means that without water most kind of life […]

August 19, 2012 1
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NON-POLAR BOND

In a Non polar Covalent Bond, atoms share their electrons equally. That happens when, they have the same electronegativity or the same electron affinity. The best examples for this  kind of bonds are molecules created through the union of atoms of the same element, as in H2, N2, O2, Cl2   When non-polar molecules interact […]

May 12, 2012 0
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