Chemistry I

 
  • Solid State C11201006

    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

    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 smaller in […]

     
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  • Solid State C11201004

    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 solids. […]

     
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  • Solid State C11201003

    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 properties of […]

     
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  • Solid State C11201002

    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

    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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