We have had a successful Chemistry WWP last week, and the contributors were eager to suggest, discuss, bounce ideas, comment, etc on each other's work. To get involved in these conversations, you can join the #Chemistry chat room by signing up here.

We are going to continue with Chemistry this week, which would help us get closer to launching Chemistry on Brilliant. We will also be working on some Calculus wikis, and have set up #Calculus for the exciting conversations.

Calculus (If there are specific wikis you want to work on, ping me):

Integration of Exponential Functions

Integration of Trigonometric Functions

Integration of Logarithmic Functions

Integration of Rational Functions - Requires some thought to organize this page well

Integration of Algebraic Functions - Add proof of result, Add negative exponents

Integration - Problem Solving

Riemann Sums - Add explanation/examples of how to calculate limit of sum as an integral

Definite Integrals

Activity will be tracked in the Calculus tab. Check out who's contributing and what others have to say!

Chemistry (If there are specific wikis you want to work on, ping me):

Mixtures

Limiting Reagents

Ionic Compounds

Acid Base Equilibrium

Redox Equations - Classical Concept

Electrolytic Cells and Electrolysis

Bohr's Model

Atoms and Molecules - Add examples and images

Balancing Reactions - Explain N-factor in more detail

Activity will be tracked in the Chemistry tab. Check out who's contributing and what others have to say!

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TopNewestThat's what i call a party. (Monster party)

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Riemann sums completed.

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Hello Sir, I wish to write up a page dealing with various numerical methods through which atomic and molecular weights like Dulong–Petit law, cannizzaro's method of determining atomic weights etc are calculated.

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Sounds exciting!

You can add a new wiki directly. Let me know when you're done, and I will work it in with what we currently have.

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Hello Sir! Is there any scope of introducing Quantum Mechanics on Brilliant?

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Once these initial Chemistry Wikis are done, we will be adding more skills like the Quantum Mechanical Model.

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I'll add the proof of the formula \(\int x^n dx = \frac{x^{n+1}}{n+1}\)

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Calvin Lin sir I'd help to elaborate some chemistry wikis like mixtures, limiting reagents etc.

I also suggest that there must be a wiki for the Physical/Calculative Chemistry(I'm having a whole lot of questions on physical chemistry) and the Basic Atomic Structure (which may be further divided into Bohr's model and Quantum Mechanics based on Schrodinger wave equation).

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Those are good suggestions. Here is the full list of planned chemistry skills (likely with more to be added). Ping me with your suggestions, and I can add them in. They might not make the immediate list, but we can add to them over time :)

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That's a great list of topics sir. It'll be a lot of fun working on those wikis. I'm still studying bonding so I'll be capable of working on that wiki after a month or earlier. Still I can work on the Fundamentals and Atomic Structure topics.

By the way, what those pink and green colors suggest ?

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Just post the questions and they will be added to respective topics.

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ohh.... thanks for telling. I wasn't knowing that. But Calvin sir asked for any more topics to be added so I suggested some. I'd love to work on them.

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please put geometrical optics,wave optics,thermodynamics,wave,light,sound,solid state,liquid state etc in physics

put organic chemisty nomenclature of organic and inorganic molecules compounds etc. periodicity........

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You can contribute to these pages in organic chemistry nomenclature

Various Structural Representations of Organic Compounds

Common Names

IUPAC Nomenclature - Branched Chain Alkanes, Cyclic Compounds Unsaturated Compounds

Geometric Isomerism

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I'll try filling up the redox reactions and electrolysis pages, they were taught to me recently(good that I remember most of that stuff :P). I'm currently finding images for atoms and molecules, will be done by tomorrow.

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Dude if you're finding images then look out for some images depicting mixtures too. We can help each other in this way. I'll be helping you out with posting a good set of problems on redox reactions. Though I don't know much about electrolysis now.

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That's the spirit!

I don't see you in the #chemistry channel as yet. Come on in :)

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