Metallurgy

What is Metallurgy Metallurgy, artwork, and science of extracting metals from their ores and modifying the metals to be used. Metallurgy typically refers to industrial versus laboratory strategies. It additionally issues the chemical, physical, and atomic properties and constructions of metals and the rules whereby metals are mixed to kind alloys. The Historical Past of Metallurgy… Continue reading Metallurgy

Electrochemical Series

What is Electrochemical Series? Electrochemical series additionally generally known as exercise series is a listing that describes the association of parts so as of their growing electrode potential values. The series has been established by measuring the potential of assorted electrodes versus Standard Hydrogen Electrodes (SHE). A series of electrodes organized so as of their growing… Continue reading Electrochemical Series

Electrode Potential

Electrode The electrode is the conductive rod that is in contact with a conductive electrolyte. It is a solid electric conductor that carries electric current into non-metallic substances. For example, when the copper rod is immersed in a solution of copper sulfate, it becomes an electrode. Electrode Types In an electrochemical cell, reduction and oxidation… Continue reading Electrode Potential

Properties of Non-metals

Examples of Nonmetals Sulfur Carbon

Properties of Non-metals The element which has the tendency to take negative electrons by accepting electrons is called non-metal. That is, electricity is negative in non-metal. Such as carbon, nitrogen, sulfur, etc. Non-metals are found in all three states: solid, liquid, and gas. The nonmetals are divided into two categories reflecting their relative propensity to… Continue reading Properties of Non-metals

Chemical Properties of Metals

The smallest particles of a substance from which it is formed are called elements. All atoms of an element are equal. The element which tends to give up electrons and make cation is called metal. Such as sodium (Na), potassium (K), aluminum (Al), iron (Fe), gold (Au), silver (Ag), copper (Cu), etc. Here I presenting… Continue reading Chemical Properties of Metals

Physical Properties of Metals

The smallest particles of a substance from which it is formed are called elements. All atoms of an element are equal. The element which tends to give up electrons and make cation is called metal. Such as sodium (Na), potassium (K), aluminum (Al), iron (Fe), gold (Au), silver (Ag), copper (Cu), etc. The major physical… Continue reading Physical Properties of Metals

Salts

Definition of Salts Ionic solids obtained after the neutralization action of acids and bases are called salts. In this process, water is also formed with salts.  Acid + Base → Salt + Water Cation and negative ions are present in aqueous solutions of salts. A cation is called an alkaline element and a negative ion is… Continue reading Salts

pH Value

pH Value In 1909 AD, the Danish chemical Sorenson introduced a new method for revealing the concentration of hydrogen ions in a solution, called the pH scale. At this pH, p denotes a Germanic word potenz which means power. Whereas H reveals hydrogen ion concentration [H +]. The pH scale has values ​​ranging from 0… Continue reading pH Value

Properties of Acids and Bases

Properties of Acids and Bases There are many properties of acids and bases. Some of the general properties are mentioned below- Properties of Acids Acids are sour in taste and soluble in the water. Acids turn blue litmus paper red. The nature of acids is corrosive, their action destroys cloth, wood, paper, skin, etc. Acids… Continue reading Properties of Acids and Bases