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CBSE Class 12th Chemistry Notes: Electrochemistry (Part – II)

Aug 22, 2016 11:59 IST

    In part I of Chapter Notes on the chapter Electrochemistry of CBSE Class 12 we have studied important concepts like Electrochemical Cell, Electrolytic Cell, Electrode Potential, Measurement of Electrode Potential, Nernst Equation etc. Now in this part, we will study some more important concepts and numericals based on them.

    Gibbs Free Energy from Nernst Equation

    Intext Questions

    CBSE Class 12th Chemistry Notes: Chemical Kinetics

    Types of Materials

    Metallic or Electric Conductance

    Electrolytic or Ionic Conductance

    CBSE Class 12 Marking Scheme and Question Papers

    Resistance

    Resistivity or Specific Resistance

    Conductance

    Conductivity or Specific Conductance

    CBSE Class 12 NCERT Textbooks & NCERT Solutions

    Measurement of the Conductivity of Ionic Solutions

    CBSE Class 12th Physics Notes: Current Electricity

    Intext Questions

    CBSE Class 12th Physics Notes: Ray Optics & Optical Instruments

    Variation of Conductivity with Concentration

    Limiting Molar Conductivity

    Variation of Molar Conductivity for Strong Electrolyte

    Kohlrausch's Law

    Variation of Molar Conductivity for Weak Electrolyte

    CBSE Class 12th Biology Notes: Reproduction in Organisms

    Intext Questions

    CBSE Class 12th Chemistry Notes Electrochemistry Part I

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