Molecular substances
what are the most important inorganic molecular substances for living beings?
i) Welcome to Beaver Gas Co.! Your first task is to calculate the annual gross sales of our superpure-grade nitrogen and oxygen gases.
a) The total gross sales of N_{2} is 30,000 units. Take the volume of the cylinder to be
Help me to go through this problem. On dissolving 1 mole of each of the following acids in 1 litre water, the acid which does not give a solution of strength 1N is: (a) HCl (b) Perchloric acid (c) HNO_{3} (d) Phosphoric acid
Briefly state what forms a molecule to an organic molecule?
Addition of conc. HCl to saturated Bacl_{2} solution precipitates Bacl_{2} ; because of the following reason : (a) It follows from Le Chatelier's principle (b) Of common-ion effect (c) Ionic product (Ba++)(cl) remains constant in a saturated sol
Select the right answer of the question. The weight of H_{2}C_{2}O_{4}2H_{2}O required to prepare 500ml of 0.2N solution is : (a) 126g (b) 12.6g (c) 63g (d) 6.3g
Transference numbers and molar conductors can be used to calculate ionic mobilities.
This tables under is giving the transference numbers for positive ions at 25 degree C and the values obtained by extrapolation to infinite dilution:
Three dimensional applications of the Schrodinger equation are introduced by the particle-in-a-box problem.So far only a one-dimensional problem has been solved by application of the Schrodinger equation. Now the allowed energies and the probability functi
is entropy on moleculare basis relates to the tras.,vib.,and rotational motions?
If 20ml of 0.4N, NaoH solution completely neutralises 40ml of a dibasic acid. The molarity of the acid solution is: (a) 0.1M (b) 0.2M (c) 0.3M (d) 0.4M
Choose the right answer fron above.
The integrated forms of the first order rate equations are conveniently used to compare concentration time results with this rate equation.
Rate equations show the dependence of the rate of the reaction on concentration can be integrated to give expressions fo
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