Dimethylglyoxime Formula

Dimethylglyoxime Chemical Formula Dimethylglyoxime is a white in color powder like a chemical compound which is abbreviated as dmgH for anionic form and dmgH2 for neutral form, where H represents Hydrogen. DmgH2 is used in the study of chemical components like palladium or nickel. Coordination complexes of Dimethylglyoxime are of theoretical interest as models for enzymes and as catalysts. The chemical details of Dimethylglyoxime are given as below. Chemical Formula C4H8N2O2 Molecular Weight 116.120 g·mol−1 Density 1.37 g/cm3 Melting Point 240 to 241 °C Boiling Point decomposes solubility Low in…

Sodium Formate Formula

Sodium formate is commonly known as formic acid is widely used in the process of printing and dyeing. It is used to increase the pH of acids and is used in the form of a buffering agent. It is used as a de-icing agent and is generally used as a food additive (E237). Let us know the chemical details of Sodium formate. Chemical formula HCOONa or CHNaO2 Molecular weight 68.007 g/mol Density 1.92 g/cm3 Chemical names formic acid, sodium salt, sodium hydrocarbon dioxide Solubility insoluble in ethersoluble in glycerol, alcohol,…

Chemistry Formulas

The chemical formula plays an important role in the understanding different concepts of chemistry. Chemistry is all about learning chemical elements and the compounds and how these things work together to form the several chemical equations that are hard to understand. A chemical formula shows the symbols of the elements in the compound and the ratio of the elements to one another.   Chemical formulas can be quite simple sometimes as H (Hydrogen), or it can take a rather complicated form, such as CH3CH2OH (ethanol). Though these formulas are found…

CONDENSED STRUCTURAL FORMULA

In condensed structural formula, every carbon atom is represented individually, and the following carbon atoms are placed to the atoms that are bonded to that particular carbon atom. Just like in a chemical reaction wherein the first carbon atom has three hydrogen atoms bonded, the second carbon atom has two hydrogen atoms; third carbon atom has three hydrogen atoms, and fourth carbon atom has three hydrogen atoms.Other more condensed way of writing structural formula is when there are two CH2 groups in the middle of the molecule by having (CH2)2 in the…

ENTHALPY FORMULA

The variations together with the heat content of the materials which react, result in enthalpy(H) the accurate word for heat content. Typically, this variation in the heat content or enthalpy is displayed by an alteration in temperature.There is an alteration in the heat of the reaction, during the reaction. The enthalpy change for the reaction is represented by DeltaH (sometimes called the heat of reaction). The enthalpy of products is H2 and is less than the heat content of reactants H1. Enthalpy Formula is denoted as Enthaply Change = Heat…

THERMODYNAMICS

In thermodynamics, the interaction whose external system could be viewed as the raising of mass through a distance against gravitational force is defined as work done by a system on the surroundings during a process. Thermodynamics Formulas are listed below.     Some thermodynamic functions cannot be calculated straightforwardly. One needs to be able to present these quantities regarding others that can be experimentally determined.   Solved Examples Problem 1: Calculate how much heat is either added or removed from the system when 100kJ of work is done on a closed system…

Dalton’s Law Formula

Dalton’s Law of partial pressure states that “the total pressure exerted by the mixture of gases is the sum of all the partial pressure of the individual gases.” Partial pressure is the pressure exerted by a gas present in a mixture of gases. In other words, Dalton’s law of partial pressures is applied in determining the individual pressure of every single gas in a gaseous mixture. Dalton’s Law can be expressed mathematically as Where, Ptotal is the total pressure of a gaseous mixture and P1, P2, P3 are the partial…

Chemical Formula

The Chemical Formula is a clue to the makeup of a compound regarding the types of atoms and their relative numeric. From the understanding of oxidation numbers and valence and a knowledge of atomic structure, it is possible to write chemical formulas.A chemical formula is a “notation made up of the chemical symbols of the elements present in a compound and numerical subscript that indicate the number of atoms of each element present in a molecule of the compound.”A chemical formula provides information about the atomic composition of a substance. Solved…