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Subject: Organic Chemistry

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Name the following Organic compounds 1. C6H6 2. C6H5NH2 3. CH3CH2OH 4. C2H5Cl 5. CH3COOH 6. C6H5OH

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Answer:

1. Benzene 2. Aniline (Amino Benzene) 3. Ethyl Alcohol (Ethanol) 4. Ethyl Chloride (Chloroethane) 5. Acetic acid ( Ethanoic acid ) 6. Phenol

Subject: Chemistry

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Write the representation and electrode potential equation for standard Calomel Electrode

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Answer:

Representation of Calomel Electrode is Hg (metal) | Hg2Cl2 (s) | KCl (Saturated solution) Electrode Potential Equation is E = E0 – 0.0591 log [Cl-]

Subject: Basic Chemistry

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What is the volume occupied by 4.4 grams of Carbon dioxide gas at STP ?

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Volume occupied by one mole of any gas at STP is called molar volume. It is exactly 22. 71 L. 1 mole of carbon dioxide = 44 gram (Molecular mass) 44 grams of carbon dioxide occupies the volume = 22.71 L No. of moles of carbon dioxide = Mass/ Molecular mass = 4.4 g /44 g = 0.1 mole Volume occupied by 0.1 mole Carbon dioxide = (0.1 mol X 22. 71 L) / 1 mol = 2.271 L

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