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RE: Motion
@arunsettykodavali said in Motion:
@siddharthaghosh
What is at and ar and why did you use here? 
GOC
As we know neutral Cl has 17 electrons and 17 protons but my question is that how many protons Cl has? 17 or 18?

RE: GOC (NH4+)
@yashkapoor said in GOC (NH4+):
You are explaining the total positive charge but my question is a little bit different. My question is if N has 7 protons fixed and no matter what reaction happens the number of proton does not change but why N got positive charge after the H+ receives two lone paired elcetrons of N? How H+ ion can combine to the protons of N and produce N+? 
RE: Redox
@HarshalSolanki said in Redox:
@Indranil when Oxidation number chnges frm +7 to +8 it has lost one electron so 1 electron transferred
Well in MnO2 Mn is in +4 Oxidation state
Who loses electrons and where oxidation takes place? 
RE: Redox
@VEDANTZOPE said in Redox:
@Indranil
Difference in oxidation state is no of electrons lost
76=1
74=3
73=4
72=5
Then where oxidation takes place?
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Cell the unit of Life
From 'plasmid DNA to foreign DNA'
Could you simplify the meaning above please? I can't understand what it says 
RE: Unit and dimension
@prithvirajbhonsle said in Unit and dimension:
@Indranil
If a quantity is unitless then it means that either the quantity is a ratio or a constant. So it does not have any dimensions i.e no specific measurements.
So a unitless quantity can never have non zero dimensions.
'Non zero dimension' means what? 
RE: Unit and dimension
@SanketBiradar said in Unit and dimension:
@Indranil exponential trigonometric terms are dimensionless.....here the unit of a becomes second inverse...so at us unitless
It would be usefull if you explain what exponential trigonometric term is here?

RE: Redox
@VEDANTZOPE
How did you get 2 from 2mnO4? Could you show me the method please?