Sulfur Dioxide

Lewis Structure For SO₂, Sulfur Dioxide Special Process

  Lewis Structure For SO₂   Sulfur dioxide is one of the two oxides of sulfur. It belongs to the class of inorganic compounds and has the formula SO₂. Another name is sulphur-IV-oxide. Coordination: The sulfur dioxide molecule, as might be suspected at first glance, is not linear, but angled. The sulfur atom is in the … Read more

Sodium Chloride

Formula for sodium chloride, Molar mass of sodium chloride

  Formula For Sodium Chloride  The chemical formula for sodium chloride is NaCl  Molar Mass of Sodium Chloride  The molar mass of sodium chloride is 58.44 g/mol.    sodium chloride, common salt, NaCl, colorless, cubic crystals; D 2.165 g cm-3, MP 801°C, BP ​​1413°C. Solubility in water is almost independent of temperature; 35.8 g NaCl … Read more

Desalination

Desalination Definition

  Desalination Definition  Seawater desalination is the production of drinking water or process water for industrial or power plants from seawater by reducing the salt content. Desalination can be based on a variety of processes that remove salts and minerals from water.  In some cases, this results in usable by-products such as table salt. Desalination … Read more

Hydrogen Bonding

What is a Hydrogen Bond

  What is a Hydrogen Bond Hydrogen bonding is an intermolecular bond that occurs when there is a hydrogen atom in a molecule bonded to an electronegative and smaller element such as F, O and N.  The hydrogen bond is the strongest of the so-called secondary bonds and is responsible for the boiling point of … Read more

Nitrogen Fixation

What is Nitrogen Fixation

  What is Nitrogen Fixation The amount of nitrogen in the atmosphere is 78%, but despite having such a high amount, atmospheric nitrogen is unusable for plants. Plants completely lack the ability to take nitrogen in gaseous form. Plants take up nitrogen in the form of nitrates (NO3) and nitrites (NO2). The nitrogen present in … Read more