Subject: Science, asked 5 days, 22 hours ago

## Is it correct to say that force of attraction always dominates over force of repulsion if not than give one example in which force of repulsion dominates over force of attraction.

Subject: Science, asked 5 days, 22 hours ago

## We know when permitivity is more than force of attraction between the charges is less but what if it is like charges than in that case is it correct to say more the permittivity more the repulsion between charges or permittivity is only defined for the obstruction/ hinderence to unlike charges.

Subject: Science, asked 5 days, 22 hours ago

## Draw electric field line pattern when a conductor is placed between two positive charges. Also in this case will the electric field inside the conductor be zero.

Subject: Science, asked 6 days, 8 hours ago

## According to daltons law partial pressure of gas A = mole fraction of A multiplied by total pressure similarly in roults law total pressure = mole fraction of A×partial pressure of a + mole fraction of B× partial pressure of b why in all these law we are considering mole fraction and why not moles, like we can also write in roults law total pressure= moles of A× partial pressure of A + moles of B × partial pressure of B. pls explain

Subject: Science, asked 1 week ago

## Why in gaseous reactions moles of product is more than moles of reacant? Explain in detail and in simple terms

Subject: Science, asked 1 week ago

## If 1 mole of H react with one mole of O than how many moles of water will be formed.( show full calculation and don't take 1 mole of h2 in place of 1 mole of h and 1 mole of O2 in place of 1 mole of O)

Subject: Science, asked 1 week ago

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Subject: Science, asked 1 week ago

## When we bring a charged balloon near water than we find that the running water diverts a little so in the following experiment running water is a charge or a neutral conductor? Also why only running water diverts and balloon does not.

Subject: Science, asked 1 week ago

## Is it correct to say that stoichiometric coefficient of a catalyst in a chemical reaction is zero. If not than why?

Subject: Science, asked 1 week ago

## What is the difference between the two cases case 1) a charge brought near a neutral conductor and case 2) when charge is brought near a neutral insulator as in both the cases polarization takes place so what is the difference between the two.

Subject: Science, asked 1 week ago

## Zero stoichiometric coefficient does not make any sense as it means no molecule is involved in chemical reaction but than why do we say that stoichiometric coefficient are whole nos. instead we should say that stoichiometric coefficients are natural nos. Pls explain in detail.

Subject: Science, asked 1 week ago

## If a neutral body does not experience electric pull when kept near a charge than how can we say electrostatic force exists between a charged and neutral body it should not exist as neutral body only experiences gravitational pull. Pls explain in detail

Subject: Science, asked 1 week ago

## As we know stoichiometric coefficent are whole numbers so can u give one example in which stoichiometric coefficient is zero

Subject: Science, asked 1 week ago

## In which of the following cases electrostatic force will be more case 1) force between +q and a neutral object and case 2) force between +q and -q, explain in detail.

Subject: Science, asked 1 week ago

## 2moles of h2 react with 1 mole of O2 to produce 2moles of h2O than prove that law of conservation of mass is valid in give reaction ( eg. Mass of 2moles h2 in given reaction is 2×6.022×10^23 prove through this method)

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