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Graham’s law of diffusion is the relationship between a gas’s rate of diffusion or effusion and its molecular weight. The law of diffusion’s basic tenet… Read More
In physical chemistry, one of the important terms used is the normality formula. The normality formula is used to measure the concentration of a solution… Read More
The Gibbs equation enables us to predict the spontaneity of a process based on enthalpy and entropy measurements. The Ellingham diagram was developed by H.G.T.… Read More
The Rate of a Chemical Reaction or Reaction Rate is defined as the speed or the rate at which a chemical reaction takes place. The… Read More
A solid state is simply one of the states of matter. One of the many different states of matter is solid. Solids have a distinct… Read More
Crystallization is a technique for separating solids from a solution or, to put it another way, a procedure for purifying things. This is the most… Read More
A mixture is a material that is made up of two more chemical compounds or substances that do not combine together chemically. It is actually… Read More
Colloids or Colloidal solutions or Colloidal systems are a mixture in which a component made up of insoluble particles that are scattered at a microscopic… Read More
Evaporation Cause Cooling because the particles (atoms and molecules) present at the surface of the liquid surface absorb energy from its surroundings and transform it… Read More
Suspension is a heterogeneous mixture of a fluid that contains solute particles that are considerably large for the process of sedimentation. Suspensions are considered to… Read More
Crystallization is a natural process, to separate a solid from the impure aqueous solution of crystals. A substance’s atoms or molecules arrange themselves into a… Read More
Mixtures are different from pure substances like elements and compounds because mixtures contain different substances that are combined physically but not chemically. The individual components… Read More
The Tyndall effect is the light scattering by a colloid or extremely tiny solution of particles. Tyndall scattering, also known as that phenomenon, is similar… Read More
Evaporation occurs when a liquid turns into a gas. Have you ever noticed that when a glass is left on the counter, the water begins… Read More
Heat capacity or thermal capacity is an extensive property of matter, that defines its physical property. Heat Capacity is the amount of heat that must… Read More

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