Chemistry Questions

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Balancing chemical equation refers to balancing the stoichiometric coefficients on the reactants and products side. This must be done as the
Hot air is lighter than cold air. The reason fr this is when air gets heated up it expands and becomes less dense than the air surrounding it
The pressure exerted by a gas is due to the random motion of particles in the gas. Gases have weak intermolecular forces and the particles in
Usually, solids have a higher density than that of liquids. But Ice floats on water. Reson: Ice is generally regarded as a solid-state of
Carboxylic acid weaker than HCl due to the following reasons: Ions of carboxylic acid do not dissociate completely in water Carboxylic acid
Fire is in the plasma state. It is considered as the fourth state of matter after solid, liquid, and gas. Plasma is a state which comprises of
The physical state of water at 5o0 degrees Celsius ( 500 ºC) is a gaseous state. As we know that the boiling point of water is 100ºC.
2Br- +H2O2 +2H+ --------->Br2 +2H20 Rate =k(H2O2)(H+)(Br-) The rate constant is directly proportional to the concentration of bromide ions
The balanced chemical equation for the hydrogen + chlorine -> Hydrogen Chloride. H2 + Cl2 → 2HCl The equation is balanced as in the
Saprophytic: The mode of nutrition in which organisms feed on dead and decaying matter. Example fungi. In saprotrophic mode of nutrition, the

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