Few interesting things about Arsenic you didn’t know


Few interesting things about Arsenic you didn’t know

Arsenic and its properties:Arsenic is a chemical compound with atomic number 33 and symbolised as “As”.Arsenic is a metalloid with various allotropes, the common one are yellow, black and metallic gray, but industries use only gray part the most.It has metallic grey appearance.It is the element of group 15 in p-block. Arsenic is of group called pnictogens.It has boiling point of 614 degree Celsius and melting point of 817 degree Celsius.Read More

 

A solution is defined as a mixture of two or more substances with uniform chemical and physical properties. Every solution consists of two basic components as solvent and solute. The main purpose of the solvent is to convert substances into a suitable form for a particular use, with its ability to dissolve, suspend or attract other materials. Solvents once used can be discarded, reused or recycled in an eco-friendly manner, according to a report by Future Market Insights.Read More

By Nilotpol Kar:Philip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer – Great Britain, famously said, “To those who say our country cannot afford to invest in infrastructure, I say we cannot afford not to invest in our future.” This statement holds true today, more than ever.According to the UN Global Health Observatory’s findings, cities across the world will witness a high population growth in the forthcoming years. By 2050, almost 70 percent of the global population2 will live in cities.Read More 

 

In an Interview Dr Nemkumar Banthia delves into the grave environmental menace of tackling disposed tyres ending up in landfill by diverting it as a sustainably efficient ingredient for the construction industry. His research is based on extracting fibers from tyres and utilizing them as reinforcement in concrete.Dr Banthia is a Professor, Distinguished University Scholar & Canada Research Chair in Infrastructure Rehabilitation at the Department of Civil Engineering in The University of British Columbia, Canada. Read More