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  • What is solubility?

    Solubility Every time we mix a substance with a solvent , we can have several results. The determining factor to obtain these results is the solubility of the substance,…

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  • What is pyrolysis?

    Pyrolysis The pyrolytic process or pyrolysis  as it is also known is that process in which the degradation of biomass occurs through the effect of heat without…

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  • What is boiling?

    Boiling The word boiling comes from the Latin language, from the word “ ebullitĭo ” , a word that refers to the process and the consequences that are obtained when a…

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  • What is hydrolysis?

    Hydrolysis Hydrolysis means destruction , decomposition or alteration that a certain chemical substance undergoes by water. When studying aqueous solutions of electrolytes , the term is applied to the reactions of cations with water to…

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  • What is the limiting reagent?

    Limiting reagent In the field of chemistry we know by the name of reagent the substance that is responsible for generating a chemical…

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  • What is an emulsion?

    Emulsion In general, within the daily meals of the human being are included butter or margarine, milk, cream, cream and…

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  • Gay-Lussac’s Law

    One of the most amazing aspects that we can know about gases is that, despite the great differences in the chemical properties that each one of them has, all gases…

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  • What are the Van der Waals forces?

    Van der Waals forces In chemistry, allusion is given to a sub-branch of physicochemistry called Van der Waals interaction or forces , which thanks to…

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  • What is Lavoisier’s law?

    Lavoisier’s law By developing more precise ideas about elements , compounds, and mixtures , scientists began to investigate how and why substances reacted with each other. The French chemist A. Lavoisier was…

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  • What is the law of definite proportions?

    Law of definite proportions The  law of definite proportions or Proust’s law is one of the most fundamental laws of chemistry and was enunciated in 1801 as…

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