Rate of Reaction

The rate of a chemical reaction refers to the speed at which reactants transform into products, typically measured in terms of how quickly a specific quantity of reactant disappears or product forms. Factors such as temperature, concentration, and the presence of catalysts can influence and control the rate of a chemical reaction.

Solar System

The solar system is a vast celestial system comprising the Sun, planets, moons, asteroids, and comets, all bound together by gravity. Earth is one of the eight recognized planets orbiting the Sun, and the solar system provides a fascinating insight into the vast expanse of the universe.


In an evaporation experiment using acetone and filter paper, acetone is applied to the filter paper, and the solvent rapidly evaporates, leaving behind any dissolved substances. This process is commonly used in laboratories for quick separation and purification of compounds from a solution.

Rocket Candy Experiment

Sugar and KCl rocket candy experiment involves mixing sugar (sucrose) with potassium chloride (KCl) to create a solid propellant that, when ignited, produces a controlled and energetic combustion reaction, used in amateur rocketry to propel rockets into the air. This chemical mixture, when ignited, releases a large amount of gas, creating thrust and launching the […]

Radiation & Equilibrium

Radiation is the emission or transmission of energy in the form of electromagnetic waves, such as heat or light. Equilibrium of water involves a balance between the rates of water evaporation and condensation, which ensures that water vapor remains relatively constant in a closed system.

Electrolysis of Water

Electrolysis of water with sodium hydroxide involves using an electric current to split water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen gases in the presence of a sodium hydroxide solution, leading to the production of these two gases at the respective electrodes.

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