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Question number: 1145

» Solutions » Determine Molecular Mass Using Colligative Properties

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18 grams of glucose and 6g of urea dissolved in 1 lit aqueous solution at The osmotic pressure of the solution will be?

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4.629 atm

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9.244 atm

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9.42 atm

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4.926 atm

Question number: 1146

» Classification of Elements & Periodicity » Present Form of the Periodic Table

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The law of triads is not applicable on -

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Question number: 1147

» Classification of Elements & Periodicity » Electron Gain Enthalpy

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The paramagnetic species among the following is -

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Question number: 1148

» Atomic Structure » Dual Nature of Matter

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Nitrogen atom has atomic number 7 & oxygen has atomic number 8. Calculate the total number of electrons in nitrate ion-

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40

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32

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16

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64

Question number: 1149

» Atomic Structure » Photoelectric Effect

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Arrange the following particles in increasing order of values of e/m ratio: electron (e), proton (p), neutron (n) and a-particle (a) -

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Question number: 1150

» Atomic Structure » Bohr Model of Hydrogen Atom

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Which transition of the Hydrogen spectrum would have the same length as the Balmer transition, of spectrum?

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to

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to

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to

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to

Question number: 1151

» Classification of Elements & Periodicity » Periodic Trends

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and of an element are respectively. The element is likely to

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