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Colligative Properties from Dissociation in Solution

Abnormal Molecular Masses from Colligative Properties from Dissociation in solution The laws of the colligative properties are applicable only for very dilute solution, and when......

Colligative Properties from Association in Solution

Abnormal Molecular Masses from Colligative Properties from Association in solution The laws of the colligative properties are applicable only for very dilute solution, and when......

Importance of Osmosis Phenomenon

Importance of Osmosis Phenomenon Osmosis is an important phenomenon in many biological and technological processes. Animal and vegetable cells containing solutions of salts and sugars......

Relative Osmotic Pressure

Relative Osmotic Pressure In 1884 De Vries, a botanist developed an approximate method for comparing the osmotic pressures of solutions by using plant cells. The......

Interrelation between the Colligative Properties

Interrelation between the Colligative Properties The colligative properties of solutions are related with each other and mathematical relationships between these properties may be deduced. However,......

Thermodynamic Derivation of Osmotic Pressure Laws

Thermodynamic Derivation of Osmotic Pressure Laws The laws of osmotic pressure can be deduced in a number of ways by thermodynamic principles. Only one is......

Determination of Molecular Mass from Osmotic Pressure Measurements

Determination of Molecular Mass from Osmotic Pressure Measurements Like the other colligative properties, osmotic pressure measurements are extensively used for the determination of molecular masses......

Van’t Hoff’s Laws of Osmotic Pressure

Van’t Hoff’s Laws of Osmotic Pressure Quantitative relations between the concentration of the solution and the osmotic pressure were first derived by van’t Hoff in......

Determination of Osmotic Pressure by Modern methods

Determination of Osmotic Pressure by Modern methods Abbe Nollet (1748) was the first to observe the phenomenon of osmosis and made measurements of osmotic pressure.......

Determination of Osmotic Pressure by Berkeley and Hartley’s Method

Determination of Osmotic Pressure by Berkeley and Hartley’s method Abbe Nollet (1748) was the first to observe the phenomenon of osmosis and made measurements of......

Determination of Osmotic Pressure by Pfeffer ‘s Method

Determination of Osmotic Pressure by Pfeffer ‘s method Abbe Nollet (1748) was the first to observe the phenomenon of osmosis and made measurements of osmotic......

Semi-permeable Membrane: Membrane Bombardment Theory

Semi-permeable Membrane: Membrane bombardment theory A membrane that allows only the solvent molecules to pass through it, but not the solute molecules is known as......