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what is the differece between ionization potential 1 , ionization potential 2 and ionization potential 3 ??
 
 
Ionization potential 1 is the energy reqired to remove the last electron from outer most orbit and IP 2 is energy required to remove the 2 nd elcetron from outer most orbit and IP 3 is...
 
Sai Pawan 3 months ago
What is norborene?
 
 
Dear student, Norbornene is a bridged cyclic hydrocarbon. It is a white solid and has a pungent sour odor. The molecule consists of a cyclohexene ring with a methylene bridge existing...
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Sumit Majumdar 3 months ago
calculate moles of 100g of electrons
 
 
1 e - is 9.1x10 -31 kg No of electrons in 100g i.e 0.1 kg = 0.1/(9.1x10 -31 ) 6.022 x 10 23 no of electron= 1 mole .1/(9.1x10 -31 ) electrons= ( 1/(6.022 x 10 23 ) )x (.1/(9.1x10 -31 )) =...
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Harsh Patodia one month ago
Acetic acid dimerises in benzene due to hydrogen bonding.One mole of acetic acid is added to 250g of benzene.k b of benzene is 2kgmole -1 .The boiling point has increased by 6.4k,then the %...
 
 
we have 2CH3COOH-------(CH3COOH)2 initial mole of acetic acid=1 let d be the degree of dimerisation [CH3COOH]=1-d [CH3COOH]2 =d/2 number of mole after dimerisation =1-d/2 nuber of particle...
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Sunil Kumar FP 11 days ago
What is the relation between reducing character and basicity?
 
 
The tendency of any substance to reduce other substance is called its reducing character An element having greater reducing character means it will have more tendency to loose electron.The...
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Sunil Kumar FP 13 days ago
 
So you mean that basicity α reducing character. In NCERT Chemistry XII it is given that “On moving from NH 3 to BiH 3 reducing characters of hydrides increases.” Also, it is written that...
 
Shibashis Mallik 13 days ago
The rate of first-order reaction is 0.04 mol/L/sec at 10 minutes and 0.03mol/L/sec at 20 minutes after initiation.Find the half-life of the reaction.
 
 
half-life of the reaction.
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Sunil Kumar FP 2 months ago
 
THANKS SIR....!!
 
bharat makkar 2 months ago
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