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plz explain the ellingham diagram more clearly with examples as it is not clear
what is the role of Depressant in froth floatation method.
principle of froth floatation ?
n-factor of k2cr2o7 in acidic med?
What is the meaning of 'the solution is seeded with freshly prepared samples of hydrated Al2O3'.? it is in page 150 of ncert under the heading leaching.
what is the role of collectors in froth floatation?
What is flux ? What is itz role in metallurgy of Iron n Copper ?
What is Hardy-Schulze rule???
explain the principle of zone refining
Why Zinc oxide can be reduced to the metal by heating with carbon but not Cr2O3
Why is froth floatation process used to extract SULPHIDES????? y sulphides!??!!
what is the principle of electrolytic refining?
Explain the role of NaCN in the extraction of silver.is it necessary to write reaction or fine to write answer asNaCN forms a complex with Ag which again on reaction with Zn gives pure Ag. So, What should I expect with the examiner
what is a vertical fire clay retort
why do noble gases have comparatively large atomic sizes?
limitation of crystal field theory
what is the principle of leaching ?
Outline The Principle Of Refining Of Metals In The Following Methods
(A) Electrolytic Refining
(B) Vapour Phase Refining
(C) Zone Refining
give me a type of question based on relation G=nef
Zone refining (ii) Column chromatography.
what is the role of graphite rod in the electrometallurgy of aluminium???
what are froth stabilizers?
why pine oil is added in froth floatation method?
WHAT IS VAN ARKEL METHOD FOR REFINING ZIRCONIUM OR TITANIUM??? PLZZZ ANSER IT ...........
In the Ellingham Diagram, the slope of the Metals/MetalOxides become more positive after Boiling Point, and thus dG increases,But we know after boiling point, the metal(oxide) becomes liquid/gas and thus its dS values becomes more positive, as dS and T are also increasing as a result T.dS should also increase. As a result from the equation-dG = dH - TdS dG should become more negative, it means the value of dG should decrease and the slope of the line should go downwards, but why is it going upward in the Ellingham diagram? I tried finding this on net, in many books, but didn't find the answer...can anyone/any teacher help me please!?
In the Ellingham Diagram, the slope of the Metals/MetalOxides become more positive after Boiling Point, and thus dG increases,
But we know after boiling point, the metal(oxide) becomes liquid/gas and thus its dS values becomes more positive, as dS and T are also increasing as a result T.dS should also increase. As a result from the equation-
dG = dH - TdS
dG should become more negative, it means the value of dG should decrease and the slope of the line should go downwards, but why is it going upward in the Ellingham diagram?
I tried finding this on net, in many books, but didn't find the answer...can anyone/any teacher help me please!?
Can u plz explain me ellingham diagram?Nd how we get to know abt the feasibility??
What is the role of silica in the extraction of copper from copperpyrite ore?
in a flow chart explain the stpes of extraction of Zn,Fe,Al
what is acidic flux and basic flux
outline the principle of the method used for refining of
How do froth stabiliziers such as cresol / aniline, stabilise froth of sulphide ore in froth floatation process? I don't want the explanation of froth floatation method.. please explain me how cresol or aniline help in stabilising froth...
Out of C & CO , which is a better reducing agent far FeO?
Explain with reason ?
how is wrought iron different from steel???
what is blister copper?
explain role:1.CO in the extraction of nickel.
2.zinc in the extraction of silver.
3.iodine in refining of zinconium.
4.depressant in froth-floation method.
5.graphite rods in metallurgy of aluminium.
why magnesium oxide is used in blast furnace at the walls
Explain the role of and write the equations involved :
CO in purification of nickel
Iodine in refining of titanium
Iodine in refining of zirconium
Zinc in extraction of silver
name the common element present in the anode mud in electrolytic refining of copper.why are they so present?
wht actually happens in zone refining?
Describe the roles of the following:
1. NaCN in the extraction of silver from a silver ore.
2. Iodine in the refining of titanium.
3. Cryolite in the metallurgy of aluminium.
what are limitations of Ellingham diagram?
write chemical equations involved in blast furnance ?
explain froth floatation process
explain Mond process ???
What is the
significance of leaching in the extraction of aluminium?
What is the oxidation state of Fe and Cr in chromite ore ( FeCr2O4 ) ???????
Ans is +3 and +6 but how ....plz anybody plz explain ???????????
what are the example of acidic and basic flux
Explain the role of NaCN in extraction of silver from silver ore??
What is the role of silica in the metallurgy of copper?
explain role:SiO2 in the extraction of copper
describe in detail the commercial forms of iron
1. What is the difference between Hydrometallurgy and Pyrometallurgy?
2. what are the two aspects considered during reduction of metals?
what is the meaning of forth?
what is the difference between reverberotory furnace and blastfurnace?
which is a better reducing agent at 673k?c and co why?
Why copper matte
is put in silica lined converter?
i havent understood the basic concept and use of elingham diagram. plz.. explain it simply how to check whch one will be reduced and which one oxidised??
1) Mention the conditions to maximise the yield of ammonia by Haber's process
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