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CBSE Class 12th Chemistry Notes: Solutions (Part – III)

Aug 9, 2016 12:42 IST

    In part ‒ I and part ‒ II of CBSE Class 12 Chemistry: Chapter Notes on Solutions, we have covered important concepts like definition of solution, types of solutions, various ways to express concentration of solution, solubility, solubility of solid in a liquid, vapour pressure of different types of solution, ideal &  non-ideal solutions, Raoult's law, azeotropes etc and solved conceptual questions based on them.

    Now we will study the following topics and questions based on them:

    o    Colligative Properties

    • Relative lowering of vapour pressure of solvent
    • Elevation in boiling point
    • Depression in Freezing point
    • Osmotic pressure

    o    Isotonic solution

    o    Hypertonic solution

    o    Hypotonic solution

    o    Reverse Osmosis

    o    Abnormal Molar Masses

    The notes given below on above mentioned are very important for CBSE board exams as well as competitive exams.

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    On the basis of concentration of solution on both side of semi permeable membrane, solution can be classified as:

    CBSE Class 12 Videos

    Reverse Osmosis

    Intext Questions

    CBSE Class 12 Practice Papers

    Abnormal Molar Mass

    Intext Question

    CBSE Class 12th Chemistry Notes: Solutions (Part – I)

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

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