What is the value of i for the following reaction?
@Viraam_Rao @Supreeta_Sen @Siddhant_Mudholkar @Anish_Saparia @Kunwar_Singh
Sorry bro. I didn't really know we could define Van't Hoff Factor for a reaction.
Aapke notebook mein kuch Hoga iske baare mein?
@Viraam_Rao no worries bro
Spreeta, jadui notebook ki zaroorat aa gyi hai
For inorganic reaction there was a question asked in JEE in 90's i think. But organic reaction me i pehli Baar suna
I thought it was for association or desositation,
No bro. Sorry
I found some stuff on the internet saying that nitrobenzene dimerises in benzene. The catch is, it has an equilibrium constant of dimerisation. Are we expected to know that though?
Source is MS Chouhan
What's the given solution? @Sourav_Kumar
The question book? Which chap?
Same here bro @Yash_Srivastava2
Im sure we aren't expected to remember that.
Already itna kuch hai. Oske upar nitrobenzene can equilibrium constant. Gone case.
Was revising MSC today, many things seem new It's 4 in the soln!
Is this the mains Wala msc?
Jo bhi hai yaad rakh lete hai. One more thing to remember
This ques slip past while solving it I guess.
Btw, anyone satisfied with the soln? It seems too out of the world type, even for MSC
Anyone read something like this somewhere else? Please anyone confirm it with any good teacher ip.
@Sourav_Kumar isn't it basically saying ki nitrobenzene has no role at all? It's happening all because of the nitrating mixture?
Yes looks like it
Not satisfied bro. And tbh this seems way out of line even for JEEA.