Chemistry

Use of Nernst Equation

Physics Chemistry  Biology  Mathematics Science > Chemistry > Electrochemistry > You are Here Convention Followed While Calculation of Cell Potential (e.m.f.): In the symbolic representation of cell, the right-hand side electrode is cathode […]

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Types of Electrodes

Physics Chemistry  Biology  Mathematics Science > Chemistry > Electrochemistry > You are Here Different types of electrodes: There are four types of electrodes Gas electrodes Metal–sparingly soluble metal salt electrodes Metal – metal […]

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Reference Electrodes

Physics Chemistry  Biology  Mathematics Science > Chemistry > Electrochemistry > You are Here Reference Electrodes: The electrode whose potential is arbitrarily fixed or is exactly known at a given constant temperature is known […]

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Oxidation Number or Oxidation State

Physics Chemistry  Biology  Mathematics Science > Chemistry > Redox Reactions > You are Here Oxidation Number OR Oxidation State: The donation of electrons is called the oxidation and the gain of electrons is […]

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Applications of Adsorption

Physics Chemistry  Biology  Mathematics Science > Chemistry > Surface Chemistry > You are Here Adsorption Indicators: The phenomenon of adsorption is used to detect the endpoints of precipitation titrations. In such titrations, dyestuffs […]

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Gibb’s Energy and Chemical Equilibrium:

Physics Chemistry  Biology  Mathematics Science > Chemistry > Chemical Equilibrium  > You are Here Gibb’s Energy or Free Energy: Gibb’s energy or free energy is a thermodynamic function which helps us in the […]

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More Examples of Physical Equilibrium

Physics Chemistry  Biology  Mathematics Science > Chemistry > Chemical Equilibrium  > You are Here Dissolution of solids in liquids: It is not possible to dissolve just any amount of a solute in a […]

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Numerical Problems on Molality

Physics Chemistry  Biology  Mathematics Science > Chemistry > Solutions and Colligative Properties > You are Here Example – 01: 7.45 g of potassium chloride (KCl) was dissolved in 100 g of water. calculate […]

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Numerical Problems on Molarity

Physics Chemistry  Biology  Mathematics Science > Chemistry > Solutions and Colligative Properties > You are Here Example – 01: A solution of NaOH (molar mass 40 g mol-1) was prepared by dissolving 1.6 […]

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