production of alcoholic drinks

give all physical aspects in the production of alcohol

   Related Questions in Chemistry

  • Q : The three facts on the evaporation

    Describe briefly the three facts on the evaporation?

  • Q : Explain oxygen and its preparation.

    Karl Scheele, the Swedish chemist, was

  • Q : Vant Hoff factor The Van't Hoff factor

    The Van't Hoff factor of the compound K3Fe(CN)6 is:

    (a) 1  (b) 2  (c) 3  (d) 4 

    Answer: (d) K3[Fe(CN)6] → 3K+

  • Q : Vitamines 7 enzyme cofactor what is the

    what is the relationship between vitamins and enzyme cofactors

  • Q : What are various structure based

    This classification of polymers is based upon how the monomeric units are linked together. Based on their structure, the polymers are classified as:


    1. Linear polymers: these are the polymers in which monomeric units are linked together to form long straight c

  • Q : Question on molality Provide solution

    Provide solution of this question. Which of the following concentration factor is affected by change in temperature : (a)Molarity (b) Molality (c)Mole fraction (d)Weight fraction

  • Q : Simulate the column in HYSYS The

    The objective of this work is to separate a binary mixture and to cool down the bottom product for storage. (Check table below to see which mixture you are asked to study).

    100 kmol of feed containing 10 mol percent of the lighter component enters a continuous distillation column at the m

  • Q : Problem on partial pressure i) Show

    i) Show that the equilibrium constant Kp for the reaction

    CaCo3(s) ↔ CaO(s) +CO2(g)

    is about unity (i.e. = 1.0) at 895 °C.

    ii) If two grams of calcium carbonate are pl

  • Q : Colligative property problem Which is

    Which is not a colligative property: (a) Refractive index (b) Lowering of vapour pressure (c) Depression of freezing point (d) Elevation of boiling point

     

     

  • Q : Molarity Give me answer of this

    Give me answer of this question. 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

2015 ©TutorsGlobe All rights reserved. TutorsGlobe Rated 4.8/5 based on 34139 reviews.