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Function Of Proteins

Function Of Proteins

Submitted by • September 28, 2012

chemistry.tutorvista.com - Proteins are compounds found in all living cells, in animals and plants. They play a variety of important roles and are essential to maintain the structure and function of all lifeforms.

Examples Of Chemical Changes

Examples Of Chemical Changes

Submitted by • September 26, 2012

chemistry.tutorvista.com - Such changes are referred to as physical changes.The physical change may be defined as the change which occurs in size, shape, color, texture, state, magnetic or electrical condition but the molecular composition remains totally unaltered, ie., no new product is ...

Endothermic Reaction

Endothermic Reaction

Submitted by • September 24, 2012

chemistry.tutorvista.com - Reactions that are accompanied by absorption of energy from the surroundings are called endothermic reactions. Since heat is added to the reactants in these chemical reactions, it is indicated by either putting +q or by writing the actual numerical value ...

Dissociation Constant

Dissociation Constant

Submitted by • September 21, 2012

chemistry.tutorvista.com - Dissociation constant is an equilibrium constant for the dissociation of a complex into its components.

Degrees Of Unsaturation

Degrees Of Unsaturation

Submitted by • September 20, 2012

chemistry.tutorvista.com - The unsaturated organic compounds contains double bonds while the compounds contain no any multiple bonds are known as saturated compounds. The unsaturated molecules have both the sigma and pi-bond. Thus the unsaturation is due to the presence of pi-bond.

Coordinate Covalent Bond

Coordinate Covalent Bond

Submitted by • September 19, 2012

chemistry.tutorvista.com - It is a special type of a covalent bond wherein the shared pair of electrons is supplied by only one of the bonding atoms. A lone pair of electrons is present in one of the atoms.A coordinate covalent bond is ...

Covalent Bond Examples

Covalent Bond Examples

Submitted by • September 19, 2012

chemistry.tutorvista.com - Here in this page we are going to discuss about physical chemistry concept covalent bonding.Can we imagine a world without oxygen, nitrogen, water or carbon dioxide?

Brownian Movement

Brownian Movement

Submitted by • September 17, 2012

chemistry.tutorvista.com - The movement of particle (random) suspended in a fluid is called Brownian motion. Brownian motion's mathematical model has several applications in real world. This theory is closely related to that of normal distribution. The motivation of this theory depends on ...

Carbohydrates Foods

Carbohydrates Foods

Submitted by • September 17, 2012

chemistry.tutorvista.com - Carbohydrates are formed by green plants as a product of photosynthesis and are the most abundant compounds found on earth. Carbohydrates are organically derived compounds composed of carbon atoms combined with "hydrates" (such as water, H2O).

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