• What is vulcanization?

    Vulcanization The vulcanization is a process by which heat is obtained rubber oil in the presence of the sulfur in order to make it a more material hard and the…

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  • What is a dissolution?

    Dissolution The term solution refers specifically to the action and effect of dissolving , in other words, to separate what was connected somehow to mix so homogeneous the molecules found in a substance in a liquid. In…

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  • What is the Le Châtelier principle?

    Le Châtelier Principle The principle of Le Chatelier is an observation that is performed on the chemical equilibria occurring in the different reactions . This principle states that changes in the temperature,…

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  • What is leaching?

    Leaching The term leaching is a word that comes from the Latin language ” Leaching, -ae “ , a word that is a feminine noun and that has the…

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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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