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Law of Chemical Combinations

Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
Chemistry
Class 11

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Law of Conservation of Mass - Basic

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Law of Constant Proportion - Basic

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Law of Multiple Proportion

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Gay Lussac's Law of Combining Volumes

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Avogadro Law

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Two small iron particles, each of mass , are placed at a distance apart. If of the electrons of one particle are transferred to the other, find the electric force between them. Atomic weight of iron is and there are electrons in each atom of iron.

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Components in a mixture are present in varying proportions and not in a fixed proportion.

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Two oxides of nitrogen contain the following percentage composition: 
(i) Oxide A contain 63.64% nitrogen and 36.36% oxygen. 
(ii) Oxide B contains 46.67%nitrogen and 53.33% oxygen. Establish the law of multiple proportions.

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Water ) obtain from any source contains htdrogen and oxygen in the ratio 1:8 by mass.Which Law follows it? Define the Law?

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When hydrogen and oxygen combine to form water, they form:

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When mass is enclosed in a system and none is allowed in or out, it's _____ will never change.

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State the law of conservation of mass. Give one example to illustrate this law.

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Find the pressure of saturated vapour as a function of temperature p (T) if at a temperature its pressure equals .
Assume that: the specific latent heat of vaporization q is independent of T, the specific volume of liquid is negligible as compared to that of vapour, saturated vapour obeys the equation of state for an ideal gas. Investigate under what conditions these assumptions are permissible.  

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State the law of definite proportions. Explain it with the help of an example

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Which of the following pairs can be cited as an example to illustrate the law of multiple proportions?

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