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Class 11 Chemistry Notes Stocihiometry – Disproportionate Reactions and Law of Chemical equivalenc

Disproportionate Reactions: A redox reaction in which a same element present in a particular compound in a definite oxidation state is oxidized as well as...

Class 11 Chemistry Notes Stocihiometry – Equivalent Concept and Titration

Volumetric analysis: This mainly involves titrations based chemistry. It can be divided into two major categories. Non-redox system Redox system Non-redox system This involves following kind of titrations: Acid –...

Class 11 Chemistry Notes Stocihiometry – Oxidation and Reduction

Oxidation Number: It is the charge (real or imaginary) which an atom appears to have when it is in combination. It may be a whole...

Class 11 Chemistry Notes Stocihiometry – Balancing of Equations

Balancing of Equations: Ion-electron method Oxidation number method  Note : To predict the product of reaction remember: Free halogen on reduction gives halide ion (F2 → F-) Alkali metals...

Class 11 Chemistry Notes Stocihiometry – Calculation of Chlorine from a Sample of Bleaching...

The weight % of available Cl2 from the given sample of bleaching powder on reaction with dil acids or CO2 is called available chlorine. CaOCl2...

Class 11 Chemistry Notes Stocihiometry – The Atlas

THE ATLAS : A GOOD WAY TO REVISE CHAPTER « Click Here for Previous Topic Click Here for Next Topic » Click Here for Class XI Classes Chemistry...

Class 11 Chemistry Notes Stocihiometry – Glossary

Aliquot.  A portion of the whole, usually a simple fraction. A portion of a sample withdraw from a volumetric flask with a pipet is...

Class 11 Chemistry Notes Stocihiometry – Important Question Answers

Ex.  A volume of 12.53 ml of 0.051 M SeO2 reacts exactly with 25.5 ml of 0.1 M CrSO4 which is oxidized to Cr3+...

Class 11 Chemistry Notes Stocihiometry – Double indicator acid-base titration

Double indicator acid-base titration: In the acid-base titration the equivalence point is known with the help of indicator which changes its color at the end...

Class 11 Chemistry Notes Stocihiometry – N factor calculation

N factor here we mean a conversion factor by which we divide molar mass of substance to get equivalent mass and it depends on...