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Ncert pg 105 class12 -can you recall wat centrifugal force is and think why a molecule with higher massbor density would sediment faster

Ncert pg 105 class12 -can you recall wat centrifugal force is and think why a molecule with higher massbor density would sediment faster

Grade:12

5 Answers

Aabid Hussain
askIITians Faculty 571 Points
4 years ago
Hi Nihala,

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Rhema Roy Mathew
21 Points
4 years ago
Centrifugation can be given by  mw2/r......it shows that m mass and r radius are directly proportional to the Centrifugation …..this shows that as size increases....the rate of Centrifugation also increases...and thus molecule with higher mass or density would sediment faster...hope u understand😊
Rhema Roy Mathew
21 Points
4 years ago
I'm extremely sorry...r is inversely proportional...w is directly proportional to centrifugation(w(angular momentum)....it was my mistake...sry...
Mayajyothi C J
126 Points
4 years ago
Centrifugal force is a force arising due to inertia of a body which appears to act on a body moving in a circular path and is directed away fro the center. Centrifugal force occurs as an opposite force to balance centripetal force(directed towards center).
Since Inertia is directly proportional to mass the heavier particle tend to sediment,this is the principle of centrifugation. Common examples of centrifgation: Formation of butter from curd, blood plasma from blood during blood test
 
Nameer
11 Points
4 years ago
The formula is F=mrw² where w is angulae velocity represented by omega....and not mw²/r😒..............................

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