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MITHRESH K PUSHPAN Grade: 12
        

In the experiment for the estimation of transition temperture of salt hydrates ,why are we adding a little amount of salt to the salt hydrate solution after when the the temperature has been lowered to 40oC?



7 years ago

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Sunil Kumar FP
askIITians Faculty
183 Points
										Transition temperatureis the temperature at which a material changes from onecrystalstate (allotrope) to another. For example, whenrhombic sulfuris heated above 96°C it changes form into monoclinic sulfur. When cooled below 96°C it reverts to rhombic sulfur.
On the few occasions when the transferred mixture had
not begun to crystallize, the transition was initiated by adding
a small quantity (1 to 5 g) of powdered hydrated crystals.
When it was necessary to take this approach, we found that
using finely powdered crystals generally resulted in a more
rapid recalescence and a flatter plateau than did a few large
crystals.
2 years ago
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