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Derive the formula of the ferric oxide

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Nickel crystallises in a fcc unit cell with a cell edge length of 0.3524 nm . The radius of the nickel atoms  

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why is glass considered super cooled liquid ? (2m)

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isotropic and anisotropic

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What is solid   

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Why is salt used to clear snow from road ?

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Dear experts,
The solutions for NCERT squestions in chemistry for the chapter SOLID STATE is not visible.
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what are octahedral voids?

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What is isotropy.

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Name the binding forces that exists in molecular crystals.

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Which type of solids will show least melting point. Give reason.

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With example explain difference between crystalline and amorphous solids.

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Name the binding force in each of the following. (a) Molecular (b) Ionic (c) Covalent (d) Metallic.

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Can Magnesium Choride be amorphous?

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how can we make the dry ice?

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what are the physical states of dispersed phase and dispersion medium of a cloud?

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What is difference between crystalline solid and amorphous solid? 

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why is glass considered as super cooled liquid....????

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what is the difference between allotrophic form and polymorphic forms

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How do metallic and ionic substances differ in conducting electricity?

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Write a feature which will distinguish a metallic solid from an ionic solid.

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'Crystalline solids are anisotropic in nature'. What does this statement mean?

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'Crystalline solids are anisotropic in nature'. What does this statement mean?

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Under what conditions will sodium chloride conduct electricity.

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With an example explain glass is a super cooled liquid or a pseudo solid.

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How is crystalline solid converted to amorphous.

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Give reasons why are ionic crystals hard and brittle.

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Classify solids and give basis of their classification.

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Give two examples each of (a) Molecular (b) Ionic (c) Covalent (d) Metallic.

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Explain and illustrate binding force in metallic crystal.

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Describe crystalline solids.

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Which type of crystals show anisotropy.Describe anisotropy.

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Give the basis of classification of crystalline solids and deciding factor of their properties.

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Give difference between ionic and molecular crystals.

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How can we differntiate crystalline and amorphous solids?

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why solids are rigid?

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