I'll try at 2:00 or tomorrow.
Ok bro. Please do.
Ikr! I tried bro, didn't get it, so didn't say anything.
I'll try tomorrow again, maybe after a bit of revising. Stoichiometry has never been a strong point for me, though. @Viraam_Rao
Guys, all the answers are 100% correct. There's no error in those.
This question is the reason why I hate Bansal's rank booster.
Yes bro got it, read the following posts after the one I claimed its wrong. Viram Rao resolved the mistake I was doing.
And sorry I didn't try the others till now. Will surely post if I try and can actually solve.
Any easy way to find number of moles of oxygen needed in fecr2o4 reaction ?? @Viraam_Rao can anyone show by nfactor method ?? Then I can get the answer for rest three easily .
Also n factor of O2 can anyone tell how to get in the second reaction too ?? ( I got it by balancing method)
Anyone pls tell is there any method ?? @Viraam_Rao @Soumyadeep @Mayank_Chowdhary . Also @Lavesh_Gupta bro u have any solution for this huge question ?? Its very long
No, rank booster solutions are not available. We're told to live with the question until it's solved.
U have any method for calculating o2 moles easily ??? @Lavesh_Gupta bro
It can be done by that long balancing method.
No other way ?? @Lavesh_Gupta
Can't be done by n-factor because the oxidation state changes in every reaction.
@pratyaksh_tyagi bhaiya please try this.
Check out the way @Mayank_Chowdhary bro did @Lavesh_Gupta ( he is right )
The answers aren't matching, right?
Can anyone give it another try?
@pratyaksh_tyagi @Mayank_Chowdhary @Supreeta_Sen @Chirag_Hegde @seshu_ram