Oxalic acid (H2C2O4) is a diprotic acid with Ka1 = 5.610-1 and Ka2 = 1.510-4. Oxalate ion (C2O42-) also has two base dissociation constants, Kb1 = 6.510-11 and Kb2 = 1.810-14. Based on these values, deduce the formula to compute the base dissociation constants of oxalate ion in terms of Kw and Ka1 or Ka2.
a. Contributed in developing equations showing the relationship of electricity magnetism
b. Showed experimental evidence of electromagnetic waves and their link to light
c. Demonstrated the magnetic effect based on the direction
d. Formulated the principle behind electromagnetic induction
e. Showed how a current carrying wire behaves like a magnet
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Inorganic substances can dissociate into ions in solution, which carry charge, or let charge carriers like electrons or electron holes travel freely within the solid structure. In contrast, the structure of organic substances, which is mostly C-H bonds, does not allow charge to pass freely.
I believe you mean, inorganic substances commonly conduct electricity while organic compounds don't.
Electric charge travels through "charge carriers." These can beelectrons, which carry negative charge electron holes, which carry positive chargeions (cations are positively-charged while anions are negatively-charged)
Certain types of charge carriers exist for different conducting materials. Metals or metallic substances use electrons to facilitate electrical current. Semiconductors like metal oxide compounds use both electrons and electron holes. Ionic compounds like salt use ions and are conducting only in solution or in liquid form, because only then can their cations and anions be separated.
Metals, semiconductors, and ionic compounds are all inorganic compounds. On the other hand, organic compounds are characterized by the C-H bonding that is prominent in the chemical structures. Most organic compounds are non- or weakly conducting becausethe C-H structure does not allow the flow of charge carriers through itin solution, very few organic compounds can dissociate into their ionic forms.
There are exceptions, though. There are some polymers that are conducting because they can allow electrons to travel along the conjugated double bonds in the polymer backbone.