@Supreeta_Sen @Chirag_Hegde @Siddhant_Mudholkar @Anindya_Sikdar
Why will it change? NaOH n factor is 1 na?
This question is from a Crash Course video on Youtube. There they say that its n factor is one only for neutralisation or displacement reactions.
Even I am confused.
Even if you balance this reaction, the main reaction is the disproportionation of Bromine. The ions from NaOH are spectators, imo
Yes. Only Br2 is undergoing redox.
Check the video out from 35:00
Wow I DIDN'T know about this! If they're saying this thing I suppose it must be true.
@Viraam_Rao do you watch all of the videos in this series?
Yeah. I’m not that comfortable with using equivalents even now.
No I don’t watch all the videos. I didn’t know the kind of questions that can come from surface chemistry so I watched this. Ended up not knowing equivalents as well
Same here. Never have been comfortable with equivalents.
guys watch this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E59Dkacb6WI i was too confused in this topic
Thanks a lot. Will watch it.
U can find the eq wt Br in this rxn. Say it X.
Now from the balance chemical eqn p gram of naoh reacts with q gram of Br2.. so find the the gram of naoh that would react with X g of Br2. It should give the eq wt of naoh I think
@Supreeta_Sen @Mayank_Chowdhary @pratyaksh_tyagi @Chirag_Hegde
Mass of water is not given here right?
Also is this even there in NCERT?
@Supreeta_Sen Sorry nvm. Molarity is given so yeah mass of water is given
Just Let me know if this is there in NCERT
I don’t think so bro
Since it’s 0.001M I usually take 0.001 moles in and 1 litre water
I was about to ask that ...Is it even in syllabus ? (for Advance as well ?)
Coz we had this in First Sem bro !
Mostly it’s not there.
NCERT stoichiometry is very very basic
Guess what this is not the only question. There was a question on TEMPERATURE COEFFICIENT OF A CELL.
I was SHOCKED during the exam. I had intentionally left it thinking Mains mein yeh sab kahan se aayega.
Just wait a min. Is temperature coefficient there in NCERT?
OMG. where did you find these questions viraam?
No, no temperature coefficient either