Surface Chemistry Class 12 Notes

 

Surface chemistry is a branch of chemistry in science that deals with phenomena occurring at surface or inter-surface of two-phases, i.e. at the boundary of the two surface or phases. These includes surfaces that can be solid-liquid, solid-gas, liquid-gas and solid-vacuum interfaces.

Important terms related with surface chemistry:

Adsorption- The phenomenon of attracting and retaining the molecule on the surface. The substance which is absorbed is called as ascorbate and the surface in which substance got absorbed is called as absorbent.

The reverse process for absorption is known as desorption which is done at high temperature and low pressure.

At BYJU’S we provide topics wise notes, few important questions along with NCERT solution for each and every chapter . Students can practice the important questions, NCERt to have a better understanding in the subject.

Important Question for class 12 Chapter 5 – Surface Chemistry

NCERT Solution for class 12 Chapter 5 – Surface Chemistry

Difference Between Adsorption And Absorption

Adsorption Intensification on Surface Area

Factors Affecting the Extent of Adsorption

Adsorption Isotherms Applications

Adsorption Theory Of Heterogeneous Catalyst

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Practise This Question

Regarding lactose, some statements are given below

A) On hydrolysis, lactose gives β-D-galactose and β-D-glucose

B) In lactose C1 of β-D-galactose has acetal structure and C1 of β-D-glucose has hemiacetal structure

C) In lactose molecule, β-D-galactose is a non-reducing unit and β-D-glucose is reducing unit

The correct statements are