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there is only 2 months left for jee..ive not started organicchem...iv e just done the basics...so brothers and sisters...cn i leave the organic part,and proceed withphysical and inorganic part??pls show me a way..i would be very grateful..

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i feel u shud stick to main chapters dat hav high weightage.... like carbonyl compounds, carboxylic acids n its derivatives, nitro compounds. not but not the least is goc....

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define Boyle's law
 
 
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PRAPULPODISHETTI 8 months ago
 
or a fixed amount of an ideal gas kept at a fixed temperature, pressure and volume are inversely proportional. Or Boyle's law is a gas law , stating that the pressure and volume of a gas...
 
GANDIKOTA NAVEEN 8 months ago
 
the principle that, for relatively low pressures, the pressure of an ideal gas kept at constant temperature varies inversely with the volume of the gas. Expand.
 
KARTHIK 8 months ago
why glass is called super cooled liquid?
 
 
Antique windowpanes are thicker at the bottom, because glass has flowed to the bottom over time. Glass has no crystalline structure, hence it is NOT a solid . Glass is a supercooled liquid. ...
 
Gavvala Ganesh 8 months ago
 
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RAKESH CHINDAM 8 months ago
 
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ULFAT one month ago
What is superphospate of lime and explain clearly abot it?
 
 
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KALYAN 4 months ago
 
with calcium sulphate and small quantities of other phosphates: used as a fertilizer 2 ) 4 PO 2 1. a salt of phosphoric acid formed by incompletely replacing its acidic hydrogen atoms; acid ...
 
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T.kumar 4 months ago
what is the chemical formula of calcium carbonate?
 
 
CaCO3
 
SHANMUKESHWAR 8 months ago
 
caCo 3
 
PRAPULPODISHETTI 8 months ago
 
CaCO3
 
A M S ARUN KRISHNA 8 months ago
Answer me quickly. What happens when magnesium metal is burnt in air?
 
 
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santosh kumar 7 months ago
 
15666 formation of mgo
 
anvesh 7 months ago
 
15672
 
anvesh 7 months ago
Can there be any temperature below absolute zero(0 K)??If not,why not???
 
 
No 0 Kelvin is most difficult to achieve can u expect more than this? It is the min value for temperature.
 
Carmel Emmanuel 8 months ago
 
My question is why is it not possible to obtain a temperature of less than 0 K??????????
 
Gopikrishnan 8 months ago
 
bro, its very difficult to produce even 100degree kelvin and 0 is out of reach, by the way who told its not possible, it is possible to go below 0k, but cant reach that with the current...
 
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