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Atomi e molecole glossario

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    Ponman F.
    NG
    Ponman F.

    i like it keep it up. but i am a learne, i need more

    Pat J.
    US
    Pat J.

    Q1: I noted that certain atoms several unpaired electrons and several paired electrons within their OUTER shell-- Why don't the unpaired electrons have a tendency to pair up like the paired electrons did? Q2: Conversely, what causes electrons to pair up within orbitals, given that electrons are negatively charged particles with the tendency to repel each other..

    Roger Wilfred C.
    GB
    Roger Wilfred C.

    I do not agree with the description of MISCIBLE above. However I do agree with the following: "Miscible is a word used by chemists to explain why some liquids mix together well, while others do not. Miscible liquids form homogeneous solutions, which is another way of saying liquids that have a uniform nature. Liquids that are not miscible will not form a new liquid; instead, they will each rest separately in a container (like oil and water). Miscible can also refer to solids and gases, although such use of the word is rare." My definition is MISCIBLE can be mixed and do not spontaneously separate. Whereas IMISCIBLE do not mix and do spontaneously separate. I would like some feed back, please.

    Jallia J.
    US
    Jallia J.

    is there a way to make this more available offline

    Jenni W.
    US
    Jenni W.

    Can you make a tips or "cheat sheet" that can easily be downloaded for viewing offline. I have tried screen capture for this glossary but it does not show due to plugin. I would like to be able to carry the key concepts with me on my tablet to view anytime and because flash is no longer available on androids this is the only way I can review what I learned on the go without having to use paper

    Leah C.
    US
    Leah C.

    Can't watch videos or download documents because Quicktime doesn't work on my computer. Can you use a different service for us Chrome users??

    Robert D.
    US
    Robert D.

    In your glossary, you have essentially the same definition for Immiscible: Liquids or gases that cannot be mixed or spontaneously separate once mixed....and Miscible: Liquids or gases that cannot be mixed and do not spontaneously separate once mixed.

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