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Role of iron in haemoglobin
- haemoglobin is a complex of Fe2+. Nitrogen in haemoglobin acts as an electron pair donor. Oxygen and hameoglobin make oxyhaemoglobin and water. CO+hameoglobin= carboxyhaemoglobin and water
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Precipitation reaction
Formatiion of insoluble solid when two solutions react
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Kstab
stability of a complex ion compared to aqueous ions and ligands
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Advantages of fuel cells
efficiency and renewable
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Hydrogen economy + and -
+ renewable, public acceptance of use of hydrogen, make fuel cell with hydrogen. - energy needed to make it, new ways needed of storing it
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Precipitation reaction

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Kstab

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Advantages of fuel cells

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Hydrogen economy + and -

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