Isobutylbenzene: Formula, Structure, Properties & Uses

Isobutylbenzene, also known as 2-methyl-1-phenylpropane, is an organic compound with the chemical formula C10H14. It is classified as an alkylbenzene, which means it is derived from benzene by replacing one of the hydrogen atoms with an alkyl group. In the case of isobutylbenzene, the alkyl group is an isobutyl group (a branched chain of four … Read more Isobutylbenzene: Formula, Structure, Properties & Uses

Amylocaine hydrochloride: Properties, Preparation And Uses

Properties Property Description Chemical Formula C₁₆H₂₇ClN₂O₂ Molecular Weight Approximately 324.85 g/mol Appearance White or off-white crystalline powder Solubility Soluble in water, slightly soluble in ethanol Melting Point Approximately 175-177°C Boiling Point Decomposes before boiling pH (of a 1% aqueous solution) Approximately 4.5-6.5 Stability Stable under normal conditions Pharmacological Properties Local anesthetic properties, similar to lidocaine … Read more Amylocaine hydrochloride: Properties, Preparation And Uses

Copper I Chloride: Preparation, Properties and Uses

Copper is a chemical element with the symbol Cu with atomic number 29 in its periodic table. It is soft and has very high thermal and electrical conductivity. It is pinkish-orange in color. Chlorine (Cl) is a greenish-yellow gas with atomic number 17 in the periodic table. It has a pungent odor-like smell. This gas … Read more Copper I Chloride: Preparation, Properties and Uses

Cyclopentanol or Cyclopentyl alcohol: Preparation and Properties

Cyclopentanol or cyclopentyl alcohol is a cyclic alcohol. It is also known as hydroxycyclopentane. Physical and Chemical Properties Property Description Chemical Formula C<sub>5</sub>H<sub>10</sub>OH Molecular Weight Approximately 86.13 g/mol Physical State Liquid at room temperature Appearance Colorless to pale yellow liquid Odor Characteristic odor Melting Point -47.9°C (-54.2°F) Boiling Point 140-143°C (284-289°F) Density ~0.943 g/cm<sup>3</sup> at 20°C (68°F) Solubility Soluble … Read more Cyclopentanol or Cyclopentyl alcohol: Preparation and Properties

10 Difference between Estrogen and Progesterone

hormone that plays a key role in women’s reproductive maturation. Progesterone is a steroidal hormone that helps to strengthen the womb for childbirth. Estrogen is generated by the Grafian follicle when it grows. The corpus luteum is the organ that produces progesterone. The ovaries release estrogen before ovulation. During pregnancy, the placenta also produces it. … Read more 10 Difference between Estrogen and Progesterone

Peperomia Polybotrya Plant Facts

Family Piperaceae  Genus Peperomia  Scientific Name Peperomia Polybotrya Plant Common Name Coin Leaf Peperomia, Raindrop Peperomia Light Requirements Place your Peperomia Polybotrya in a spot that receives a lot of bright indirect sunlight. But make sure the light source is not intense or you risk leaf burn! Water Requirements When watering Peperomia Polybotrya, you must … Read more Peperomia Polybotrya Plant Facts

7 Types of Anemia

Reviewed by Drs Natasha Sewpersad and Yasmin Goga, Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital, and Sunil Soni, Chairperson: South African Thalassaemia Association, June 2010 The 7 Types of Anemia Include: Iron deficiency anaemia Thalassaemia Aplastic anaemia Haemolytic anaemia Sickle cell anaemia Pernicious anaemia Fanconi anaemia Iron Deficiency Anaemia Overview The most common form of anaemia is iron … Read more 7 Types of Anemia

Fick’s First Law: Definition, Derivation And Application

What is Fick’s law of diffusion? Fick’s law of diffusion explains the diffusion process (movement of molecules from higher concentration to lower concentration region). In 1855, Adolf Fick described the Fick’s Law of Diffusion. A diffusion process that obeys Fick’s laws is called normal diffusion or Fickian diffusion. A diffusion process that does NOT obey Fick’s laws … Read more Fick’s First Law: Definition, Derivation And Application

Modulus of Rigidity: Definition And Equation

Modulus of rigidity is the ratio of shear stress to the corresponding shear strain within the proportional limit of a material. Modulus of rigidity is also known as shear modulus and rigidity modulus values of materials are determined by torsional tests. Modulus of rigidity formulas are G = τ/γ and G = E/(2(1+v)). Here τ … Read more Modulus of Rigidity: Definition And Equation