Ionization isomers are a pair of coordination compounds in which the ligands and counter-ions are interchanged. A ligand is a part of the coordination sphere and cannot be ionized by dissolving in a polar solvent. Counter-ions on the other hand are... (More)
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bonds are one of the two key bonds that one encounters in organic chemistry. We all know that covalent bonds are formed by the mutual sharing of electrons between two interacting atoms. For instance, a bond in methane consists of... (More)
The ortho effect is a phenomenon observed in ortho-substituted carboxylic acids. When we compare the acidity of isomeric monosubstituted aromatic carboxylic acids, we often observe that the ortho isomer is significantly more acidic than the para an... (More)
A basic question raised in the chemical laboratory is “How much product will be formed from specific amounts of starting materials (reactants)?” Or in some cases, we might ask the reverse question: “How much starting material must be used to obtain... (More)