So, I am high school student, and many times, I get stuck on questions, and my teachers often don't clear every doubts. So, I ask on Chemistry.stackexchange, but often get downvoted as whole. Interestingly, Like this naive question and others, they unusually have lots of upvotes. I follow all policies for homework questions, like showing your attempt/understanding, writing with no mistakes as possible, and being clear about my questions. But still I get downvoted, which is frustrating. So I need more tips on improving my questions quality. Every help is massively appreciated
A number of your questions could be adequately explained by reading a (good, high-quality) textbook, or by watching some proper online videos. Examples (some of which will only be visible to 10,000-rep users):
- Why does $\Delta G < 0$ mean spontaneity? — the reasoning is explained in any good physical chemistry textbook.
- Are bonds in benzene continually being broken and re-formed? — this common misconception is dealt with in any organic chemistry book worth its salt, along with numerous places on the Internet, including this question and answer on SE.
- Why does Avogadro's number work? — many resources explain the concept of a mole and how the different quantities relate to each other. If you have read / watched these and still don't understand it, what makes you think that somebody's explanation here will be any different?
Unfortunately, many posts on here give me the impression that the textbooks available to you are not the best in terms of their content quality. I suggest looking in Resources for learning Chemistry.
Finally, please don't use MathJax (dollar signs, i.e.
$...$) to italicise words. This applies equally to this meta question as well as your questions on main site. When you enclose something in dollar signs, you are effectively saying that it is a mathematical equation. If you want to italicise something, just use asterisks