Chemistry I

 
  • Solutions and Colligative Properties C11202004

    Solutions and Colligative Properties C11202004

    Unit – I D Problems on Solutions and Colligative Properties 6 g of urea was dissolved in 500 g of water. calculate the percentage by mass of urea in the solution. […]

     
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  • Solutions and Colligative Properties C11202003

    Solutions and Colligative Properties C11202003

    Unit – I C Relation Between Mole Fraction, Molality & Molarity The relation between mole fraction and molality: The mole fraction of any component of a solution is defined as the […]

     
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  • Solutions and Colligative Properties C11202002

    Solutions and Colligative Properties C11202002

    Unit – I B Concentration of Solution A Concentration of a solution is the measure of the composition of a solution. For a given solution, the amount of solute dissolved in […]

     
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  • Solutions and Colligative Properties C11202001

    Solutions and Colligative Properties C11202001

    Unit – I A Solutions and its Types Terminology of Solutions: Solution is a homogeneous mixtures of two or more than two or more components. Solution has a single phase. […]

     
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  • Solid State C11201023

    Solid State C11201023

    Unit – XI Magnetic Properties of Solids Every substance has some magnetic properties associated with it. The origin of these properties lies in the electrons. Each electron in an atom behaves like […]

     
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  • Solid State C11201022

    Solid State C11201022

    Unit – X B Semiconductors in Solid State Semiconductors are the substances whose conductivity lies that between the conductors and insulators. e.g. Germanium, Silicon etc. These elements are members of fourth group […]

     
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  • Solid State C11201021

    Solid State C11201021

      Unit – X A Electrical Properties of Solids Classification of Solids on the Basis of Electrical Conductivity: Solids exhibit a varying range of electrical conductivities, extending of magnitude ranging from […]

     
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  • Solid State C11201020

    Solid State C11201020

    Unit – IX B Defects in Crystal Structures (Contd.) Non-Stoichiometric Defects: The defects discussed in previous articles do not disturb the stoichiometry of the crystalline substance. However, a large number of nonstoichiometric […]

     
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  • Solid State C11201019

    Solid State C11201019

    Unit – IX A Defects in Crystal Structures Source of Defects: Although crystalline solids have short range as well as long range order in the arrangement of their constituent particles, […]

     
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  • Solid State C11201018

    Solid State C11201018

    Unit – VIII Radius Ratio of Interstitial Voids The vacant space left in the closest pack arrangement of constituent particles is called interstitial void or interstitial site. Tetrahedral Voids: Locating […]

     
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