Valence 3 means +3 state. It does not mean 3 valencies. Sc is correct.
Could be even in NCERT only Sc3+ is mentioned.
Just go through crown prism,there was a question today
Can you tell me the question?
It's was a graph ,I don't remember exactly of what but they were asking for minimum possible deviation.I left it as I wasn't able to recall what crown prism is
It's correct,pka and acidity are inversely proportional
@Siddhant_Mudholkar what they gave is correct bro. Should be 3
Ohh shit I read Ka where should I die
In the paper Ka was only asked.. as told by my friends who gave the paper. @Siddhant_Mudholkar
Now where’s that crown prism thing ?
Arre I checked in NCERT. It's nothing special, only refractive indices of different colors for crown prism is given. I hope they don't want us to remember the refractive index . @Viraam_Rao
Maybe something like which light deviates the least?
Surprisingly physics involves less mugging up than before. Like they didn’t ask anything from em waves table in NCERT.
What about the practical organic chemistry? U know all the formulae and methods ?
Ab toh freak outs ki aadat padd gayi hai.
I'm not good at it tho
@Viraam_Rao nope . I used to think POC is like stoichiometry, so aise hi ho jayega
E = Bc is most important @Supreeta_Sen
Maybe they will give question based on that only.
Yaar I’m panicking. so much left in chemistry
Today one question from POC came itseems
Yeah I know only E/B = c
Ohh do you have an idea about the question?
Are there any charts for distillation?
POC se aaye hai questions? I remember the formulas. But they would give us the masses of compounds right?
@Supreeta_Sen aur kya hai uss chapter mein
One question of destructive distillation came @Viraam_Rao . Watch atp video for it.