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Introduction (in Hindi)
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Introduction Atomic Hypothesis Dalton's laws Devices to observe molecules Interatomic spaces

Chinmay Bhave
Hi, I am an electrical engineer by education and physics teacher by profession. Started teaching career by teaching diploma engineering stud

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Nice explanation
  1. Introduction Monday, 7 January 2019 12:13 PM Boule's law. 1661 uhat does kinetic theory exp lotos? Behaviour of gases C Based on the ide that the gas Conststs of apidy moving atoms) -> Success o K.T.c It gives molecular interp%etation o pressure & temperature of q aas explains spefc heat Capac Of mans gases - It selates viscosity,Condu ctio evith molecular parameters

  2. Molecular nature of matter Tuesday, 8 January 2019 4:48 PM Atomic Hypothesis thot move around in perpetul All things are made ofatoms motion , attsacting each other when they are a Litle clistance apart , but repelling upon beiny squeezed into One ahother

  3. Dalton's laws Tuesday, 8 January 20194:54 PM 1) Law of Conservation 2) Lau of definite p soportfans Any en Com pound has, a ficed pvopotion by mass of ts constituents. e.g. a ater (H20) H-11.2% 02-88.8% 3) Law of multiple popotions hen two elements om more than one compounds one element, the masses of the other elemets are. +10 of small inte ers e3 NO, N02 ,N20 os a ficed mass of

  4. Tuesday, 8 January 2019 4:58 PM xay Lussac's Law : when gases combine chemically , thei all volumes ave. n the satios of Sm intezers Avogads 's Law Equal volumes of all gases at eaual temperature & pressure have the same no. of tnolecules Devices to observe molecules: Electron microscope Scanning tunneling microscope

  5. Tuesday, 8 January 2019 4-58 PM Interatomic Spaces Liquids Same but not aigidly ixed Gases h los of A (91