Ionic Equilibrium

An electrolyte is defined as a compound whose aqueous solution or melt conduct electricity. A compound whose aqueous solution or melt does not conduct electricity is called a non-electrolyte. Aqueous solution of inorganic acids, bases and salts conduct electricity and hence they are electrolytes. Aqueous solution of sugar, urea do not conduct electricity and hence …

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Law Of Chemical Equilibrium

At equilibrium, The rate of forward reaction = Rate of backward reaction The above mathematical equation is called the Law Of Chemical Equilibrium. The product of the molar concentration of the products, each raised to the power equal to its stoichiometric coefficients divided by the product of the molar concentration of the reactants, each raised …

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Law Of Mass Action

Law Of Mass Action The rate at which a substance reacts is proportional to its active mass and hence the rate of a chemical reaction is proportional to the product of the active masses of the reactants. The active mass means molar concentration i.e. number of moles dissolved per litre of the solution. Suppose x …

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