molality of asolution, Chemistry

question..in which the molality is used? units of molality

Posted Date: 8/26/2012 1:56:36 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- molality of asolution, Assignment Help, Ask Question on molality of asolution, Get Answer, Expert's Help, molality of asolution Discussions

Write discussion on molality of asolution
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Q. Explain about Preparation of diborane? Diborane can be prepared in almost quantitative yields by the reduction of boron Tricloride etherate (BF 3 , 0Et 2 ) with lithium alum

Question 1: (i) What are the main physical properties of hydrogen sulphide? (ii) Which occupational group of workers is often exposed to hydrogen sulphide? (iii) O

The process of chromatography involves passing a mixture dissolved in the "mobile phase" through a stationary phase, which separates the analyte which is to be measured from the ot

Q. Taste interactions affecting taste quality? Taste interactions- Foods contain a mixture of substances which elicit all four sensations. Modification of one sensation takes p

What is happen whenever H2SO4+HNO3 adding to the phenol.give the reaction Ans) Phenol + HNO3(in prescence of sulphuric acid) --> 2-nitrophenol + 4-nitrophenol.

Natural rubber - Types of Rubber It is acquired as latex from rubber trees. The latex is coagulated along with formic acid or acetic acid. The coagulated volume is after that s

A crucial step in the Robinson annelation is the elimation of an aldol adduct to form an enone. The elimination of an aldol product can occur in base (it occurs even more readily i

Q. Explain about Atomic Radius? The atomic size decreases with increase in atomic number  along any period in the long form of the periodic table due to increase in effective n

Molten sodium chloride conducts electricity due to the presence of: (1) Free electrons (2) Free ions (3) Free molecules (4) Atoms of sodium and chlorine Ans:  Free

The molecule having one unpaired electron is: (1)  NO                  (2) CO          (3) CN -                             (4) Fe Ans: NO