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Title      : UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY VOL IV
Subject      : Chemistry
copyright ©  2018     : Subhas Stores
Author      : K K Padmanabha
Publisher      : Subhas Stores
Chapters/Pages      : 10/177
Total Price      : Rs.      : 107
 
 
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Phase Equilibria Total views (0)  
A phase diagram is a graphical representation of chemical equilibrium. Since chemical equilibrium depends on the composition of the system, pressure and temperature, a phase diagram should be able to tell us what phases are in equilibrium for any composition at any temperature and pressure of the system.
Pages: 14
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Solid State Total views (0)  
Matter is any thing that has mass and volume. It exists in three different physical states. They are solid state, liquid state and gaseous state. But there is no much demarcation between the three states. Depending on temperature and pressure conditions, the matter can exist in any one of the physical states.
Pages: 29
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Water Technology Total views (0)  
For the existence of all living beings (human, animals and plants), water is very much essential. Water is needed for almost all human activities—domestic, agricultural and industrial purposes. Water is nature’s most wonderful and abundant compound but only less than 1% of the world’s water resources are available for ready use. Hence it is necessary to use it carefully and economically.
Pages: 10
Price: Rs 6.5   
 
Nuclear Chemistry Total views (0)  
Nuclear chemistry is a branch of chemistry which deals with radioactivity, nuclear processes and nuclear properties. Nuclear chemistry is a fast growing and important branch of chemistry which deals with the study of nuclear particles, nuclear forces and nuclear reactions. This 􀂿 eld comes into existance after the discovery of radioactivity by Henry Bequerel and Madam Curie. A combin ......
Pages: 34
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Powder Metallurgy Total views (0)  
Reduction of metal oxide to metal in powder form is used in the manufacture of high melting metals such as tungsten, titanium etc. High melting alloys are made by compressing powders of the metals. This is followed by sintering in an electric furnace. The sintering temperature of a powder is usually at about 􀒀th of the melting point of the metal. Thus powder metallurgy technique lower ......
Pages: 4
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Steel Total views (0)  
Pure iron is a silvery white lustrous metal, malleable and ductile. It does not harden on quenching. It is the most magnetic substance among all elements.
Pages: 10
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Aldehydes and Ketones Total views (0)  
Propanone (Acetone)– It is mainly used as a solvent since it dissolves in both water and non–polar organic solvents. Some times it may be present in the urine of diabetics. It is also used in 􀂿 ngernail polish remover.
Pages: 20
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Carboxylic Acids and their Derivatives Total views (0)  
This class of compounds has carboxylic group as functional group. They have the general formula R—COOH ( R is alkyl or aryl substituent). They do not give reactions due to carbonyl group and hydroxyl group, but give reactions due to –COOH group.
Pages: 20
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Tautomerism and Enolates Total views (0)  
When methylene (–CH2–) group is present between two electron withdrawing groups, hydrogen atoms of CH2 group become acidic and reactive. Then –CH2– group is called active methylene group and compounds containing active methylene group are called “active methylene compounds”.
Pages: 16
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Environmental Chemistry Total views (0)  
Environmental Chemistry is a branch of science which deals with various chemical changes occurring in the environment. It includes the study of sources and effects of chemical species called pollutants on air, water and soil. By the de􀂿 nition, pollutant is a substance either by a natural source or by human activity which has an adverse effect on the environment, i.e. which causes dam ......
Pages: 20
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