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The vapour density of a gas at 25 degree centigrade is 25.What will be its Vapour density at 50 degree centigrade?Explain.

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Latent heat of evaporation of two liquids A and B is 100 J/kg and 150 J/kg respectively. Which one can produce more cooling effect and why ?

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Sir, I am unable to understand 'Enthalpy'. Can you explain me?

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CBSE - XI Science - Chemistry - States of Matter

Which one has the highest boiling point CHCl3 or CCl4?

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Which has a higher boiling point I2 or Br2?

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Which should have a lower boiling point H2O or H2S?

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What is the freezing and boiling points of water at 1 atm pressure in Fahrenheit scale?

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Out of fluorine and nitrogen monoxide which one has the higher melting and boiling points? Explain.

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Convert 25oC into Kelvin scale.

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How gases can be liquefied?

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What factors are responsible for the existence of matter in three states?

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What is the SI unit of temperature?

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Convert 120 Fahrenheit into Celsius scale.

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