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Gaurav Seth 13 hours ago

Formal charge is defined as the charge assigned to an atom of a molecule.

In , sulfur is the central atom. Therefore, formula to calculate the formal charge will be as follows.

          Formal charge = Valence electrons -

Valence electrons in sulfur are 6 and lone pairs on sulfur are zero. Number of bonded electrons of sulfur are 8.

Therefore, formal charge on sulfur atom will be calculated as follows.

                   Formal charge = Valence electrons -

                                             = 6 -

                                             = 6 - 4

                                              = 2

Thus, we can conclude that the formal charge on sulfur in is +2.

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Zaid Farooqui 2 hours ago

Yes
Are u mean by pauli's exclusion principal
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Sia ­čĄľ 1┬áday, 4┬áhours ago

A regular three-dimensional arrangement of constituent particles in a crystal in which each particle is represented by a point is called crystal lattice.

Gaurav Seth 1 day, 4 hours ago

Crystal Lattices

 

  • Crystalline solids have a regular and periodically repeating pattern of constituent particles.
  • The diagrammatical representation of three dimensional arrangements of constituent particles of a crystal in space with each particle depicted as a point is called crystal lattice.
  • There are only 14 possible three dimensional lattices and are known Bravais Lattices.
  • Each point in a lattice is called lattice point or lattice site.
  • Each point in a crystal lattice signifies one constituent particle which can be an atom, a molecule or an ion.
  • Lattice points are joined together using straight lines to identify the geometry of the lattice.
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Heisenberg uncertainty principle is defined as It is impossible to determine simultaneously the exact position and exact momentum of an eletron .
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6.022*10^23
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Water-gas shift reaction :- The water-gas shift reaction is a chemical reaction in which
carbon monoxide reacts with steam in the presence of a catalyst to form carbon dioxide and hydrogen.
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Let z be the wavelength of electron then z = h/mu here h is planck's constant ,m is mass and u is speed of electron
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To increase melting point. And after mixed up
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J.JThomson discovered the Electron

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JJ thomson aur meri nani

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Is it not explained on this app?
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In most Windows applications, the Undo command is activated by pressing the Ctrl+Z or Alt+Backspace keybindings.
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According to Heisenberg ,it is impossible to measure both the position and momentum of moving particle with accuracy.

  • If value of position is small ,it can be measured accurately but not momentum.
  • If value of momentum is small it is measured accurately but not the position.

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According to Heisenberg it is impossible to determine the exact position and exact momentum of an atom at the same time.
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Gaurav Seth 4 days, 12 hours ago

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Thermodynamics is the branch of physics that deals with the concepts of heat and temperature and the interconversion of heat into other forms of energy.

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Narendra damodar modi

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J.J Thomson discovered electrin @diti­čśů

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J.J Thomson

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Akhand Pratap (Krishna) 4 days, 23 hours ago

Hybridization is a process in two atoms are hybridised to a molecules when the there is any unpaired electons in there shell or orbits. This process of forming molecules by complete mixture of two atons in single molecule called Hybridisation. @Its Krish...

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Jagtar Mistri 5 days, 1 hour ago

Thank Aditi very much yaar

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According to chemistry it is intermixing of compound

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The process of an animal or plant breeding with an individual of another species or variety. "these irises are the products of hybridization carried out by a plant breeding firm" @diti­čśů
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Karan Kakati 2 days, 22 hours ago

Chemistry chapter 2 atchece phar

Akhand Pratap (Krishna) 4 days, 11 hours ago

It is address of the loction of electrons.

Yashvant Yadav 5 days, 5 hours ago

Quantum number is a special number which gives the information about the particular electron which makes it different from all other electrons present in the same atom

Anshul Maurya 5 days, 6 hours ago

Quatum numbers are actually the most accurate addresses of the electron in the atom.i.e, one electron in an element can have only one complete address. P.qn. tells the shell no./ Az.q.no. tells the subshell ( i.e, further division of shells) and msg.q.no. tells the orbital orientation or only orbital.The last q.no. definition is not cleary specified but we knew them as the direction of motion of electron in orbitaleither clockwise / anticlockeise.
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Anup Lonare 5 days, 7 hours ago

yogita is right

Yogita Ingle 5 days, 8 hours ago

Gay-Lussac\'s Law of Combining Volumes:
When gases react, they do so in volumes which bear a simple ratio to one another, and to the volume of the gaseous product, provided that all the volumes are measured at the same temperature and pressure.
Example:
One volume of hydrogen when mixed with one volume of chlorine, gives two volumes of hydrogen chloride gas at the same temperature and pressure.
H2 + Cl2  → 2HCl
Thus the ratio 1:1:2 is simple.

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