Chemistry I

Solid State C11201010

Unit – IV B Density and Packing Efficiency of Unit Cell In whatever way the constituent particles atoms, molecules or ions are packed, there is always some free space in […]

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Solid State C11201009

Unit – IV A Number of Particles in Unit Cell and coordination Number Simple Cubic Structure (scc): From structure we can see that there are 8 particles at 8 corners […]

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Solid State C11201008

Unit – III B 14 Bravais Lattice Crystal System : Cubic (3 Possibilities) 1) Space Lattice Type : Simple or primitive cubic Edge Lengths:  a = b = c Angles : α = […]

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Solid State C11201007

Unit – III A Bravais Lattice Structures Unit Cell: A unit cell is the smallest structural repeating unit of crystalline solid. When unit cells of the same crystalline substance are repeated […]

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Solid State C11201006

Unit – II C Classification of Crystalline Solids D) Covalent Solids: Covalent bonds between adjacent atoms throughout the crystal. They are also called giant molecules. Covalent bonds are strong and directional in […]

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Solid State C11201005

Unit – II B Classification of Crystalline Solids B) Ionic Solids:    Ions are the constituent particles of ionic solids. The ionic salts are formed by molecules containing positively charged […]

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Solid State C11201004

Unit – II A Classification of Crystalline Solids Broadly crystalline solids are classified into 4 types. A) Molecular Solids: Molecules of the same compound are the constituent particles of molecular […]

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Solid State C11201003

Unit – I C Terminology and Explanations Terminology Anisotropy: The ability of crystalline solids to change their physical properties when measured in different directions is called anisotropy. Some of physical […]

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Solid State C11201002

Unit – I B Classification of Solids On the basis of the nature of order present in the arrangement of their constituent particles, solids can be classified as crystalline or amorphous […]

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Solid State C11201001

Unit – I A States of Matter There are three states of matter, solid, liquid and gaseous. liquids and gases are called fluids because of their ability to flow. The fluidity […]

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