I find that there are many compound pages in the webelements are missed in the list page. Is it better to update them?
"Na2AlF6" should be "Na3AlF6"
I am sorry that I have nearly forgotten this forum. Is it better to Add a Link from the web-elements homepage to this forum?
Could anyone please tell me the list of Open Access Chemistry Journals and those publilshers?
I am Thomson from USA,The world around us is made of materials of all kind. In future, the role of materials in the human society will undergo more drastic changes. In fact, this change has already started. Understanding how materials work, what gives materials the properties that they have and how wonderful, new materials can be synthesized will form one of the major focuses of science and engineering in the coming years.
I'm trying to do my post-lab for a lab that is trying to get us to figure out if solution color is predictable from its interaction with visible light and the atomic structure of the salt's metal ion. We mixed different nitrates with water and then looked at its color and absorbency. I just want to know how the valence shell electron configurations would effect the color. Iron nitrate is yellow, Cobalt nitrate is red, nickel nitrate is green and copper nitrate is blue. They're all in a row, but I don't know why Zinc is colorless when it is right next to the colorful solutions.
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Can someone tell me what is the total number of elements present in the periodic table? Some say it is 114, Others say it is 118 . There are still others who claim the number to be 122. Justify your answer giving reasons.
Please let me know what is the total number of elements present in the periodic table? Some say it is 114, Others say it is 118 . There are still others who claim the number to be 122. Justify your answer giving reasons.
An article appeared in the British chemistry magazine, 'Chemistry World'
recently, entitled Periodic Change, by Eric Scerri. In it Scerri reviews the alterantive periodic tables currently available and explains the main categories of periodic systems. see his website for other titles
Another article is by Michelle Francl in the new journal 'Nature Chremistry' issue 2. This is titled 'Table Manners'. Also, Eric Scerri Selected Papers on the Periodic Table, Imperial College Press, 2009.