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  1. why is the compound non aromatic despite it having resonance?
  2. great explanation yet I failed to understand as to why COOH being the strongest couldn't overcome the inductive effect of Cl. please clarify!
  3. so the decreasing order of -I effect is NO2>CN>F>COOH>Cl>Br..... In chloro acetic acid, chlorine pulls the electrons towards itself rather than COOH, why? isn't COOH more strong than Cl? please help me out!
  4. could you be more specific? like how do alcohol and oil work together?
  5. why does the fragrance of the perfume last longer if we spray it on the part of our body where we have applied non fragrant lotion or vaseline?
  6. oh! now I get it! thanks alot! thanks for the explanation, bud!
  7. In G1 and G2, one R and one H are attached on the top, yet only G2 shows isomerism. The diether ring in G3 isn't symmetrical either, yet it doesn't show GI.
  8. in that case, please look at figure 1 and tell me why can't it show GI while figure 2 can.
  9. sort of. can you explain?
  10. I have uploaded an image. Can someone help me explain why does one show G.I while the other doesn't?
  11. Why is that isopropyl alcohol and s-butyl alcohol having just -CH2 difference, have different naming?
  12. mundane

    isolated atom

    in that case finding radius of isolated atom shouldn't be a big deal
  13. mundane

    isolated atom

    if it's difficult to isolate an atom then how do we find wave function of an isolated one? is it just a hypothesis?
  14. mundane

    isolated atom

    so I put it in this way- I have read in that we can't isolate an atom like to find its radius. like, hey, come here alone, lil guy, I have to measure your radius. We always measure the distance between two nuclei of two atoms and divide the it by 2. on the other hand, in wave functions we take two or more isolated independent atoms. Ψ=Ψa+Ψb Ψa- atom a Ψb- atom b so my question is when we can get an atom isolated then why can't we take out its radius without having it been bonded (covalent, metallic and ionic)?
  15. mundane

    isolated atom

    if we can isolate an atom then why do we first find the distance between nuclei of two atoms and divide it by 2?
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