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Harshita Gupta

Harshita G.

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Masters @ Guru Nanak dev University, Amritsar

About me

I love to do research in organic chemistry . I did research project in organic chemistry during my masters and wrote thesis for the same. So i can help you write your projects and thesis


I can Teach:

Basics of Matter, Chemical Kinetics , Chemical Substances, Electrochemistry , Matter , Nuclear Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Periodic Table, States of Matter, Thermodynamics

Teaching Experience

I have been teaching students on various online platforms since 5 years . I teach in a step wise manner and begin from the basics of the topic . I always cross-check whether the student has understood the topic completely or not . I will be teaching you the concepts as well as tricks that could be applied particularly in organic reactions

My Expertise

  • Basics of Matter
  • Chemical Kinetics
  • Chemical Substances

Top subjects

Chemistry

Chemistry is a subdiscipline of science that deals with the study of matter and the substances that constitute it. It also deals with the properties of these substances and the reactions undergone by them to form new substances. Chemistry primarily focuses on atoms, ions, and molecules which, in turn, make up elements and compounds. These chemical species tend to interact with each other through chemical bonds.

Matter

Anything that has mass and occupies space is called matter. A matter is made up of tiny particles. These particles are invisible to a naked eye.

Periodic Table

The periodic table is an arrangement of all the elements known to man in accordance with their increasing atomic number and recurring chemical properties. They are assorted in a tabular arrangement wherein a row is a period and a column is a group.

States of Matter

All the materials we see in our daily lives (from ice-cream to chairs to water) are made up of matter. Matter can be classified into different states such as solid, liquid and gas on the basis of intermolecular forces and the arrangement of particles. These three forms of matter can be converted from one state of matter to another state by changing certain environmental factors (increasing or decreasing pressure and temperature, for instance). For example, Ice can be converted from a solid into liquid water by increasing the temperature. The state of the matter is also characterized by the transition of phases. The transition process signals a shift in structure and can be detected by a sudden change in properties. A separate state of affairs may be defined as any set of states that are separated from any other set of states by a phase transition.

Nuclear Chemistry

Nuclear chemistry is the study of physical and chemical properties of elements which are influenced by changes in the structure of the atomic nucleus. It also deals with the energy released from nuclear reactions and its uses. It is also termed as radiochemistry which includes the study of the formation of the elements in the universe, design of radioactive drugs for diagnostic medicine and many other applications.

Electrochemistry

Electrochemistry is the branch of chemistry that deals with the relationship between chemical energy and electrical energy produced in a redox reaction and how they can be converted into each other

Organic Chemistry

Organic chemistry is the branch of chemistry that involves the scientific study of organic compounds (compounds that contain covalently bonded carbon atoms). This branch of chemistry primarily deals with the structure and chemical composition of organic compounds, the physical and chemical properties of organic compounds, and the chemical reactions undergone by these compounds.

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