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’
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