What is Radical?
Asked by manjushaghildiyal71 | 31st Dec, 2018, 09:08: AM
Radical is an atom or a group of atoms of same or different elements which behaves like a single atom with a positive or a negative charge on it.
Radicals have their own combining power based on which they form chemical formulae.
NH4+, Na+, NO3−, SO42−
Answered by Ramandeep | 31st Dec, 2018, 04:01: PM
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