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Stoichiometry and Stoichiometric Calculations

Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
Chemistry
Class 11

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Stoichiometry

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Concentration Terms: Mass Percentage (Strength)

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Concentration Terms: Mole Fraction

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Concentration Terms: Molarity

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Concentration Terms: Molality

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During winter many plant leaves fall on the earth. But it will not cause pollution. Plastic papers which are thrown on the earth cause pollution. Name the type of chemical reaction associated with this observation.

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The product (X) in the above reaction is:

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Balance the given chemical equation.

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The coefficient X, Y and Z are:

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Solid is gradually dissolved in a solution. At what concentration of will a percipitate begin to form?
for .

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Calculate the volume in 10 millimoles of solute present in 0.08 M solution.

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Explain the reaction.

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25.5g of solution on decomposition gave 1.68L of at STP. The percentage strength by weight of the solution is:

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A gaseous hydrocarbon requires times its own volume of for complete oxidation and produces times its volume of at same pressure and temperature. The formula of gas is :

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