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  • Q : Collision & Transition State Theory

    Assuming ideal gas: a)  Calculate the average velocity of a nitrogen molecule at 298K and compare to the velocity of a helium molecule at the same conditions.

    b)      Calculate the temperature wh

  • Q : What do you understand by term ray

    What do you understand by term ray casting? Explain briefly?

  • Q : Brownian motion Brownian motion   - The

    Brownian motion  - The continuous random motion of a solid microscopic particle whenever suspended in a fluid medium due to the effect of ongoing bombardment by molecules and atoms.


  • Q : When the intermolecular forces are

    Describe when the intermolecular forces are strongest? Briefly state it.

  • Q : Define Static limit Static limit : The

    Static limit: The distance from a rotating black hole where no spectator can possibly stay at rest (with respect to the far-away stars) since of inertial frame dragging; this area is external of the event horizon, apart from at the poles where it meet

  • Q : What is Avogadro constant Avogadro

    Avogadro constant: L; NA (Count A. Avogadro; 1811) The total number of items in a sample of a substance that is equivalent to the number of molecules or atoms in a sample of an ideal gas that is at customary temperature and pressure. It is equivalent

  • Q : What is Loschmidt constant or Loschmidt

    Loschmidt constant: Loschmidt number: NL: The total number of particles per unit volume of an ideal gas at standard pressure and temperature. It has the value of 2.687 19 x 1025 m-3.

  • Q : What is Paschen series Paschen series:

    Paschen series: The series that explains the emission spectrum of hydrogen whenever the electron is jumping to the third orbital. Each and every line is in the infrared part of the spectrum.

  • Q : Define Planck constant Planck constant

    Planck constant: h: The basic constant equivalent to the ratio of the energy of a quantum of energy to its frequency. This is the quantum of action. This has the value 6.626 196 x 10-34 J s.

  • Q : Faradays laws of electrolysis or

    Explain Faradays laws of electrolysis or describe Faradays first law and Faradays second law?

    Faraday's laws of electrolysis (M. Faraday):

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