Chemistry

Chemistry related articles by Gaurav Tiwari to help you excel in NEET, JEE, XI, XII, B. Sc., M. Sc., MS and PhD. These articles are precise and are explained with graphs, pictures and videos to help you understand these better.

Want to have a great career in chemistry and other natural sciences? You should apply for one of the best chemistry courses from the best universities in the world. Chemistry is a vast subject that finds applications in a huge number of fields – everything from drug metabolism to cleaning detergents to rocket science. For centuries, it has given us many useful products for improving our

This is an attempt to list the best Chemistry YouTube channels for chemistry lovers/students specializing in Chemistry and related fields. These YT Channels are useful for all types of students, including JEE aspirants, NEET seekers and chemistry graduates. The Internet, especially YouTube, has brought chemistry out of conventional classes and labs. Since it was the science of trial and error, the things that we used to

Everything is the result of chemical reactions whether you cry or burn wood or dissolve sugar. No process is possible without any chemical reactions occurring in them. Chemical reactions are the basis of each and every activity going on around us. Although there are innumerable activities that involve a chemical reaction, there are certain universal reactions that occur in them. Want to know what types of

In this article we will learn everything about the life of Chandrasekhar Venkat (CV) Raman, Raman Spectroscopy, Raman Effect and Raman Scattering in detail. Useful for graduate and undergraduate students. About CV Raman Sir Chandrasekhar Venkat Raman, also known as Sir CV Raman, was a Physicist, Mathematician and a Nobel Laureate. Venkat (his first name) was Tamil Brahmin and was the second of the eight children

Chemistry is a strange subject and it covers a wide range of topics. The subject could start with a simple substance and then move on to subatomic particles or complex polymers. Now cracking this could turn out to be challenging. We bring you some tips on how to become a better student and score well in CBSE class 12 chemistry. Start by analyzing the CBSE Class

Chemistry is one amazing subject. It begins with just an atom and rises to simple substances and then goes above complex polymers – and then again down to subatomic particles. I have been writing a lot recently on how to read, revise and make notes etc., to help you become a better student. Class chemistry notes aren’t always the best solution and if you are aspiring

All about the Light Absorption’s theory on the basis of Jablonski diagram. According to the Grotthus – Draper Law of photo-chemical activation: Only that light which is absorbed by a system, can bring a photo-chemical change. However it is not true that all the kind of light(s) that are absorbed could bring a photo-chemical change. The absorption of light may result in a number of other phenomena as

In this article we will learn about the Lindemann Theory of Unimolecular Reactions which is also known as Lindemann-Hinshelwood mechanism. It is easy to understand a bimolecular reaction on the basis of collision theory. When two molecules A and B collide, their relative kinetic energy exceeds the threshold energy with the result that the collision results in the breaking of comes and the formation of new

The environment is contaminated in numerous ways. Plastic on the land, sewage in the water, carbon in the air. But not every substance is radioactive and not every pollution is radioactive pollution. There is a category of atoms that try to become a stable isotope from its unstable state. This process involves emission of radioactivity. When these atoms are present in the environment, then you can

Karl Scheele Died while testing his discoveries Scheele was a brilliant pharmaceutical chemist who discovered many chemical elements-Oxygen, Molybdenum, Tungsten, Manganese and Chlorine. He also discovered a process very similar to pasteurization. Scheele had the habit of taste testing his discoveries and, fortunately, managed to survive his taste-test of hydrogen cyanide HCN. But alas, his luck was to run out: he died of symptoms strongly resembling