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Covalent Bonding

Covalent BondingCovalent bonding is a formation of two atoms sharing a pair of electrons. This type of bonding happens in most non-metal elements as well as in compounds formed amon...
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Ionic Compounds

Ionic Compound Ionic compounds are comprised of charged particles, known as ions. They have a giant lattice structure along with great electrostatic forces of attraction. An ion is...
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Atomic Structure

Atoms are made up of a nucleus comprising protons and neutrons, encircled by electrons in shells. The number of subatomic particles in an atom can be determined from the atom`s atom...
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Protein Formulation

Background Protein therapeutics which occupy about 13.8% of the global market are biological drugs that can be used for treating cancer and other infectious diseases. Monoclonal an...
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Nanocrystals in drug delivery

BackgroundA significant number of the newly discovered drugs are poorly water soluble. Currently, about 40% of the drugs have poor water solubility and also 60% of the newly synthes...
Nada

Analysis of Local Structure in Zinc Containing Phosphate Glasses for New Bone Cements by Reverse Monte Carlo Modelling of Total Neutron Scattering Data

AbstractBiomaterials have been in demand throughout history to repair and restore damaged tissue and organs. Phosphate based composites for use as bone cements have dominated the bone...
Cameron

What are sub-atomic particles and their charges & masses?

In terms of understanding the structure of an atom and the sub-atomic particles that make up an atom, it can sometimes be confusing for students at GCSE level. In this short article, ...
Daniel

Flipped Learning

Students who have been explicitly taught independent learning techniques during school closures will have thrived during lockdown, or at least coped a little better than those who hav...
Rawan

Describe the structure and bonding in Graphite?

Arranged in different hexagonal layers, strong covalent bonds exist between carbon atoms, requiring lots of energy input in order to break. However, only weak inter-molecular forces e...
Kieran

Rate of reaction and what affects it.

In chemistry, the rate of the reaction is very important as it determines how fast the product is made. The rate is the amount of product made per unit time and in industry, it is of ...
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