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Mole Concept
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Mole Concept

Chemical Quantities including elements of Mole Concept

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    Sulphur and its compounds
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    Sulphur and its compounds

    Sulphur forms two well-known compounds with oxygen: sulphur dioxide (SO2), sometimes called sulphurous anhydride; and sulphur trioxide (SO3), frequently called sulphuric anhydride. Sulphur dioxide (SO2). Sulphur dioxide occurs in nature in the gases issuing from volcanoes, and in solution in the water of many springs.

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    Chlorine-and-its-compounds
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    Chlorine-and-its-compounds

    Lab. Preparations: Oxidation of conc. HCl with Potassium permanganate and manganese dioxide, electrolysis of diluteHCl (class experiment) or action of conc. HCl on bleaching powder. Physical properties and chemical properties including bleaching action. Uses of chlorine

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  • Effects of Electricity on Substances
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    Effects of Electricity on Substances

    In chemistry and manufacturing, electrolysis is a technique that uses a direct electric current to drive an otherwise non-spontaneous chemical reaction

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  • Nitrogen and Its Compounds
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    Nitrogen and Its Compounds

    Nitrogen forms many thousands of organic compounds. Most of the known varieties may be regarded as derived from ammonia, hydrogen cyanide, cyanogen, and nitrous or nitric acid. The amines, amino acids, and amides, for example, are derived from or closely related to ammonia

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