Lol. Maybe @Siddhant_Mudholkar
Bonus ho sakta hai itseems. Dw
Yeah no more discussion. Tension badega
Bas ab discuss nahiiiii
Aage ka socho bhai.
Tumhare boards hai, all the best @Viraam_Rao and everyone!
I’m not planning to check resonance answer key. Don’t wanna spoil my mood. Wbu? Will you compare ur answers ?
Lol I never check anything @Viraam_Rao
Jo hua hai jaane do. Let the marks come and I'll try to reduce the same mistakes in next mains, and also focus on advance.
Bhai wo pakka se poorly adsorbed tha.
Answer i think is SO2.
How was the paper overall compared to 9,10,11. My friends are making excuse that being last paper it was the toughest that's why they are getting less😅.
If it's poorly absorbed then answer is H2
@Aayush Bhai kaha ho kitna attempt Kiya?
I think it was somewhat on the tougher side compared to 9.10.11.
Although that is not an excuse, but it was the toughest indeed
And @Yash_Tiwari1 answer is H2. Poorly adsorbed
So,finally koi toh agree kara.Doston ko samajha ke pareshaan hoon main.
@Yash_Tiwari1 Abe yaar paper mey coordinate sabse pehle dekhke na totally satak jaata hai
Mood kharab ho jaata hai
Same with me.Those maximum area questions just burn me from inside.
And acc to reso answer key,the answer is SO2.thats why i said that.
Then reso got it wrong
Maximum area SUCKS
You trust ur memory or resonance’s ?
One final time, till me if it’s poorly adsorbed or not?
@Viraam_Rao 100% sure. Poorly adsorbed.
It is poorly adsorbed.
But,if intermolecular forces are proportional to critical temperature.Then,how will it get readily adsorbed?
Arey yaar main bhi bhool gya kya tha question.
@Viraam_Rao arre dude. Thoda chill Karo. It's okay. You've done well. Go get your laptop or PC and watch something. Stranger things (Netflix) is really good, if you're interested.
As i am checking stackexchange,it is quite the ambiguous question.Could be bonus idk.
Yeah today is only chill time. Kal se phir se shuru I guess. Have to learn qualitative analysis for lab exam coming up in school as well
Ohh that’s could be the case then. But NCERT has a line that says gases with higher critical temperature are adsorbed easily so if NTA considers only NCERT then idk.