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  • What is Iodide?

    When Iodine is in oxidation state – 1 is called as Iodide. It is part of the iodized salt that is used in our daily life. It is one of the predominant anion among monoatomic anions which is soluble in water and aqueous solutions. It is a reducing...

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  • What is Hydrosulfite?

    Hydrosulfite is crystalline power like substance which is white in color. It contains more than 88 percent of Sodium Dithionite. Dithionous acid contains the sodium salt Sodium Dithionite which can be decomposed in hot water and acid solutions. ...

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  • What is Fluoride?

    Fluorine contains inorganic anion which is called as fluoride. The main component of fluorite other than the calcium ions is fluoride. It is colorless, odorless and tastes bitter. It is used to protect the teeth from getting decayed when it is...

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  • What is Chloride?

    Chloride is a salt or hydrochloric acid of negatively charged ion. It is chemical substance that contains chlorine atoms that are bonded covalently. When chlorine gains an electron or when hydrogen chloride is dissolved in water chloride is formed....

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  • What is Carbonate?

    Carbonate is chemical compound derivable of carbonic acid or carbon dioxide. It is the salt of carbonic acid which has carbonate ion in it an it is also organic substance that contains carbonate group. In trigonal planar structure it contains one...

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  • What is Bromide?

    Bromide is a chemical substance that is used as drug or sedative to produce a calm state of sleep and reduce state of anxiety. It consists of bromide ion in the form of methyl bromide which is a monovalent negatively charged bromine. Sodium bromide...

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  • What is Borate?

    Large number of boron that contains oxyanions is called as borates. It also refers to the chemical substances that contain borate anions. Borates are large salt substances which composes of that are trigonal planar or tetrahedral structural units...

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  • What is Bicarbonate?

    To remove proton from a molecule of a carbonic acid, bicarbonate is used as an intermediate. In chemical formula HCO3 it is polyatomic anion. In measurement process of acidity and basicity of aqueous solution it plays a biochemical role. It occupies...

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  • What are Speciality Chemicals?

    Speciality Chemicals are chemicals that are used for different effects in industries. It includes adhesives, agrochemicals, flavors, lubricants, surfactants and industrial gases. Based on its function they are used for different purposes. It is...

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  • What are Chemical Intermediates?

    Chemical Intermediates are substances that are used in chemical reaction. In the process, when a reactant is converted into chemical product these chemical intermediates are produced. It is created at one part of reaction and it is used in other...

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  • What are Agrochemicals?

    Agrochemicals are the toxic chemicals that are used in the agricultural process of the farms. It can be applied either into the soil or taken up by the levees of the crops. It includes fertilizers, pesticides, insecticides, fungicides, herbicides,...

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  • What is Oxygen Gas?

    Oxygen Gas is colorless, tasteless and odorless gas that occupies 21% in the atmosphere. Combustion is made possible and it cannot be dissolved easily in water. Except inert gases oxygen reacts with other gases to produce oxide and are reactive...

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