Isoprene Rule

Isoprene Rule In 1887, German Chemist Otto Wallach introduced isoprene rule and mentioned that thermal decomposition of almost all the terpenoids produce isoprene as one of the products, and this led to suggestion that the …

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Art For Peace

Art For Peace Art for peace is an impressive campaign, taking part in many parts of globe. The idea is to effectively establish long-lasting peace and harmony among nations, communities and human groups living on …

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Terpenoids

Terpenoids Terpenoids are diverse, widespread and exceedingly numerous class of natural products constructed from five carbon building units (isoprene units). It is synonymously termed as terpenoids, terpenes and isoprenoids. There is no agreement on basic …

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Hybridization

Hybridization Hybridization is defined as the intermixing of atomic orbitals of same or nearly same energy to give new hybrid orbitals of equivalent energy. Hybridization is the responsible for the geometry of the molecule. Types …

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Electronegativity

Electronegativity Electronegativity can be defined as the tendency to attract the bonded electron pair towards itself. When two bonded atoms have same electronegativity, they form covalent bond. If one bonded atom is more electronegativity than …

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Geometric Isomerism

Geometric Isomerism Geometric isomerism or Cis / Trans isomerism is a form of steroisomerism describing the orientation of functional groups within a molecule. In general, such isomers contain double bonds, which cannot rotate but they …

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Structural Isomers

Structural Isomers Structural isomers determines the attachment or connectivity of their atoms with each other in a given molecular formula. They have different physical and chemical properties. The word isomer is taken from Greek, Iso …

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