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In our daily lives, we witness several reactions such as iron rusting, paper burning, curd sourness, ozone generation, and so on. Many of these reactions… Read More
The ionisation of a chemical is the process by which neutral molecules are divided up into charged ions when exposed to a solution. According to… Read More
The study of thermodynamics is the study of systems that are too large to be extrapolated by mechanics alone. For many generations, thermodynamics was vaguely… Read More
During a chemical process, chemical equilibrium refers to the state in which the concentrations of both reactants and products have no tendency to fluctuate over… Read More
The entire study of thermodynamics is rested upon three conceptions called the first, second, and third laws of thermodynamics. These laws of thermodynamics appertain solely… Read More
Energy can take many forms, including kinetic energy produced by an object’s movement, potential energy produced by an object’s position, heat energy transferred from one… Read More
Business is any economic activity that includes the purchase or sale of goods or services with the basic objective of earning profit and satisfying the… Read More
The speed of light is determined by the nature of the medium through which it travels. As a result, as the light beam goes from… Read More
All matter found on Earth is made up of different elements. These elements are distributed in the three main parts of the Earth, the atmosphere,… Read More
The experimental technique known as calorimetry is used to assess enthalpy and internal energy in most cases. Calorimetry is based on thermometric methods that are… Read More
Reactants and products coexist in equilibrium, therefore reactant conversion to product is never greater than 100%. Equilibrium reactions may entail the breakdown of a covalent… Read More
GeeksforGeeks brings a Formula sheet for Class 11 Maths students, which is strictly based on the NCERT Syllabus to ease out the preparation and revision process… Read More
Chemical equilibrium is the state of a system in which the reactant and product concentrations do not change over time and the system’s attributes do… Read More
Atomic orbitals, which are mathematical functions, describe the wave behavior of electrons (or electron pairs) in an atom. Atomic orbitals have different shapes according to… Read More
When a chemical process reaches equilibrium, the equilibrium constant (usually represented by the symbol K) provides information on the relationship between the products and reactants.… Read More

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