11.Chemistry & Mathematics(7)-Integration(1).

Today I begin writing about the second part of calculus – INTEGRATION.In the earlier posts we discussed how differentiation helps us to divide our data

10.Chemistry & Mathematics (6)-Differentiation(3).

Partial Differentiation. In this post I intend to discuss the concept of PARTIAL DIFFERENTIATION.We have already studied that for a function with one variable ‘y’

9.Chemistry &Mathematics(5)-Differentiation(2).

In this post we shall discuss the concept of differentiation in greater detail.In our last post we have already learned what derivatives are and why

8.Chemistry & Mathematics(4)-Differentiation(1).

Calculus. After discussing about graphs now we shall discuss a somewhat esoteric mathematical topic namely Calculus which includes the following two types – i)Differential

7.Chemistry & Mathematics(3) – Graphs(2)

Log-log graphs.  We discussed in the last post that a straight line graph is very helpful in interpreting experimental data but sometimes experiments give us

6.Chemistry & Mathematics(2) – Graphs(1)

In the earlier post we discussed about the importance of mathematics in Chemistry.Today,let us  begin by understanding how we can plot our experimental data on

5.Chemistry & Mathematics(1) – Variables.

Galileo said – “Mathematics is the language with which God wrote the universe” . I don’t know how true is that , but I do

4.Chemistry and Spirituality -Part II

“God, our Creator, has stored within our minds and personalities, great potential strength and ability. Prayer helps us tap and develop these powers.” – A.

3.Chemistry and Spirituality – Part I

I come from a land (INDIA) , where in ancient times, saints were scientists.It would not be an overstatement to say that the yogis and

2. Ancient Indian Chemistry

Before starting the discussion on actual chemistry topics, I thought of writing about something different today – the history of Indian Chemistry! In this post,

1.Scope of Chemistry

Chlorine is a deadly poisonous gas employed on European battlefields in World war I. Sodium is a corrosive metal which burns upon contact with water.Together