40 - Inorganic Chemistry Questions Answers

what is relation between lead chamber process and contact processs?

Asked By: IFTIKAR AHMAD 3 year ago
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Is there any trick to calculate the hybridisation state in coordinate compounds.

 

Asked By: ANIL 4 year ago
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why hydrogen is not placed in first group even though it resembles properties of alkali metals?

 

Asked By: AKASH YADGIRI 5 year agoSolved By: SARIKA
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Hey can somebody tell me the sources of s block elements and the method of extraction of them from their sources ??

please tell okay :) 

Asked By: SHANAYA 5 year ago
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Answer Strategies and trick by Manish sir (it will help you to solve it by yourself)

this is a descriptive problem based on the graduation syallabus of inorganic chemistry.

I refer you to see the details in the book "inorganic chemistry" by puri and puri or "inorganic chemistry" by tuli and madan 

Lines from NCERT p block (page 309 XI) says : 

For example, in +5 oxidation state both N and P form oxoanions : NO3- (three-coordination with π – bond involving one nitrogen p-orbital) and PO3-4  (four-coordination involving s, p and d orbitals contributing to the π – bond).

What does lines in bold means { I want to know how can we predict which orbitals are used for pi bond in nitrate and phosphate ions}, please explain in detail.

Asked By: VAIBHAV GUPTA 5 year ago
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If each orbital can hold a maximum of three electrons , then the number of elements in 9th period of periodic table

Asked By: VAIBHAV GUPTA 5 year ago
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3/2 times of the previous number of elements

Zinc but not copper is used for recovery  of Ag From the complex [Ag(CN2)]-  . Why?

 

Asked By: AAYUSH TANEJA 5 year ago
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Zn is better reducing agent in comparison to Cu for the said complex so it is used

besides it answer by sarika is correct too

Arrange The Following in increasing order of boiling points and give reason :

1-chloropropane , isopropylchloride , 1-chlorobutane ,

Asked By: AAYUSH TANEJA 5 year ago
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1-chloropropane < 1-chlorobutane < isopropylchloride

Arrange The Following in increasing order of boiling points and give reason :

Dibromomethane , bromoform , Chloromethane , Dichloromethane .

 

Asked By: AAYUSH TANEJA 5 year ago
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Chloromethane, Dichloromethane, Dibromomethane, Bromoform

B P increases with molecular mass 

 

Account For the following

(i) ClF3 exists but FCldosent.?

(ii) Chlorine water loses its color on standing?

Asked By: AAYUSH TANEJA 5 year agoSolved By: SARIKA SHARMA
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