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how to calculate n factor in disproportionation reaction can we calsulate the normality of gas like nh3 ihv seen in p bahadur in mole that for NH3 moles=molarity=normality or i conclude that nf=1 coz of N=M

how to calculate n factor in disproportionation reaction

can we calsulate the normality of gas like nh3
ihv seen in p bahadur in mole that for NH3 moles=molarity=normality
or i conclude that nf=1 coz of
N=M

Grade:11

1 Answers

SAGAR SINGH - IIT DELHI
879 Points
10 years ago

Dear student

N-FACTOR IS VERY USEFUL IN CALCULATING EQUIVALENT WEIGHT.EQ.WT. = ATOMICWT.OR MOLECULAR WT/N-FACTOR

N-FACTOR FOR ACIDS IS THE NO. OF IONIZABLE HYDROGEN IONS.FOR BASES IT IS THE NO. OF IONIZABLE OH^-1 IONS.FOR SALTS IT IS THE TOTAL POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE IONS.FOR IONS IT IS THE CHARGE ON IT.FOR REDOX-TITRATION IT IS TOTAL ELECTRON EXCHANGED.

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