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    If a gas can be described by the Clausius equation of state:

    P (V-b) = RT

    Where b is a constant, then:
     
    (a) Obtain an expression for the residual vo

  • Q : Explain solid in liquid solutions. The

    The French chemist Francois Marie Raoult (1886) carried out a series of experiments to study the vapour pressure of a number of binary solutions. On the basis of the results of the experiments, he proposed a generalization called Raoult's law which states that, <

  • Q : Basicity order order of decreasing

    order of decreasing basicity of urea and its substituents

  • Q : Mole fraction and Molality Select the

    Select the right answer of the following question.What does not change on changing temperature : (a) Mole fraction (b) Normality (c) Molality (d) None of these

  • Q : Amount of glucose in blood What is the

    What is the normal amount of glucose in 100ml of blood (8–12 hrs after meal) is: (i) 8mg (ii) 80mg (iii) 200mg (iv) 800mg

    Choose the right answer from above.

  • Q : Meaning of molality of a solution The

    The molality of a solution will be: (i) Number of moles of solute per 1000 ml of solvent (ii) Number of moles of solute per 1000 gm of solvent (iii) Number of moles of solute per 1000 ml of solution (iv) Number of gram equivalents of solute per 1000 m

  • Q : What are the various types of drugs

    Drugs are broadly classified into following types depending on the purpose for which they are used.

    1. Antipyretics

  • Q : Some basic concepts of chemistry an

    an atom of an element is 10.1 times heavier than the mass of a carbon atom.What is its mass in amu?

  • Q : How haloalkanes are prepared from

    This is the common method for preparing haloalkanes in laboratory. Alcohols can be converted to haloalkanes by substitution of - OH group with a halogen atom.


    Different reagents can be used to get haloa

  • Q : Group IV Cations Chromium(III)

    Chromium(III) hydroxide is highly insoluble in distilled water but dissolves readily in either acidic or basic solution. Briefly explain why the compound can dissolve in acidic or in basic but not in neutral solution. Write appropriate equations to support your answer.

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