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    Van der Waals force (J.D. van der Waals): The forces responsible for non-ideal behavior of gases, and for lattice energy of molecular crystals. There are three main causes: dipole-dipole interaction; dipole-induced dipole moments; and dispersion a for

  • Q : Explain Curie-Weiss law Curie-Weiss law

    Curie-Weiss law (P. Curie, P.-E. Weiss): A more broad form of Curie's law that states that the susceptibility, khi, of a paramagnetic substance is associated to its thermodynamic temperature T by the equation:

    Q : Biot-Savart law Biot-Savart law (J.B.

    Biot-Savart law (J.B. Biot, F. Savart) - The law which explains the contributions to the magnetic field by an electric current. This is analogous to the Coulomb's law. Mathematically: dB = (mu0 I)/(4 pi r2) dl cross e

  • Q : Explain Planck radiation law Planck

    Planck radiation law: The law which explained blackbody radiation better than its precursor, therefore resolving the ultraviolet catastrophe. This is based on the supposition that electromagnetic radiation is quantized.

    Q : Explain avogadro's hypothesis

    Avogadro's hypothesis (Count A. Avogadro; 1811): Equivalent volumes of all gases at similar temperature and pressure contain equivalent numbers of molecules. This is, in fact, true only for the ideal gases.

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  • Q : What is Ground source Heat Pumps Ground

    Ground source Heat Pumps (GSHP): This technology makes use of the energy stored in the earth’s crust, which comes mainly from solar radiation. Fundamentally, heat pumps take up heat at a certain temperature and discharge it at a higher temperatu

  • Q : Rest mass energy of the electron What

    What do you mean by the rest mass energy of the electron?

  • Q : What is Roche limit Roche limit : The

    Roche limit: The position about a massive body where the tidal forces due to the gravity of the primary equivalent or exceed the surface gravity of a specified satellite. Within the Roche limit, such a satellite will be interrupted by tides.

  • Q : Calculate the concentration A

    A dual-wavelength spectrometer uses 780 nm and 830 nm. The molar extinction coefficients for oxy-hemoglobin (HbO2) and deoxy-hemoglobin (Hb) at these two wavelengths are: e_HbO2_780nm = 710 cm-1M-1, e_Hb_780nm = 1075 cm

  • Q : How elevation and air pressure affects

    Briefly state how does the elevation and air pressure affects the boiling point of water?

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