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Optical Activity in Chemical Structure

Optical activity in Chemical Structure Optical activity is exhibited by a large number of’ organic compounds, some inorganic complex salts, quartz and some inorganic compounds.......

Optical Activity

Optical Activity is a substance is said to be optically active if it can rotate the plane polarization of polarized light. It is the property......

Molar Refraction

Molar refraction has been found to be an additive as well as a constitutive property, and in the same way as for volume equivalent and......

Refractive Index

Refractive index is the ratio of the velocity of light in a vacuum to its velocity in a specified medium. It is the ratio of......

Applications of the Parachor

Applications of the Parachor Parachor is the molecular weight of liquid times the fourth root of its surface tension, divided by the difference between the......

Parachor

Parachor is the molecular weight of liquid times the fourth root of its surface tension, divided by the difference between the density of the liquid......

Molar Volume

Molar Volume The molar volume of any substance is the volume occupied by one mole of the substance. This quantity is easily determined by dividing......

Preparation of Emulsion

Preparation of Emulsion An emulsion is a dispersion of one liquid into another liquid in the form of small globules. Emulsions are generally prepared by......

Importance of Colloids

Importance of Colloids The study of colloids, lyophobic, lyophilic, molecular, or colloidal electrolytes is important not only for the satisfaction of an inquisitive mind but......

Emulsion

An emulsion is a dispersion of one liquid into another liquid in the form of small globules. Milk is a well-known emulsion. Many oils of......

Imbibition and Swelling

Imbibition and Swelling If some gelatin or agar is placed in water it first swells considerably and then either pass on to dispersion or remains......

Foam: Colloids and Emulsion

Foam A dispersion of a gas in a liquid is called Foam. Ordinary soap solutions form lather which behaves like a foam if air-bubbles entrapped......