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The most important part in this chapter is derived here along with the mathematical calculations in order to get the proper essence of the topic.
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  1. This completes the chemical equilibrium chapter. Watch this video fully as it’s the most important one in this chapter.
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  2. Rishu Kumar 3 years ago

    1st view

  3. Ayesha Patel 3 years ago

    Very well explained! 🔥💯

  4. Debasish Paikaray 3 years ago

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  5. Debasish Paikaray 3 years ago

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  6. Janak Chaudhary 3 years ago

    Rxn goes backward on increasing temperature

  7. Janak Chaudhary 3 years ago

    For better yield we decrease the temperature

  8. ramendra mishra 3 years ago

    Nice bhaiya its one of the. Best way to review and make your concept better

  9. Ashish Tiwari 3 years ago

    Please upload full chemistry

  10. Suman Jaykar 3 years ago

    SACHIN RANA Bhai,
    In order to increase d yield of NH3 rxn must proceed in forward direction. Since it exothermic(♢H<0). Temp should decrease. Am I right…

  11. Pradip Kumar 3 years ago

    Awesome video sir and please upload video of inorganic chemistry

  12. Pratik 2000 3 years ago

    Thanks bro

  13. Luv Sharma 3 years ago

    sir we will decrease the temperature for better yield

  14. SHARDA JHA 3 years ago

    v nice

  15. udaykumar chetla 3 years ago

    Bro what's next chapter

  16. SONG BY SISH 3 years ago

    Great explanation dada! Please tell me the best book for physical chemistry 1st sem….

  17. Ritwik Ghosh 3 years ago

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  18. Ayush Kumar 3 years ago

    Doubt = what is the effect of addition of inert gas at eqm. Please clear

  19. udaykumar chetla 3 years ago

    Temperature has to be decreased to increase the yield of reaction

  20. Shivam Singh 3 years ago

    Next is Inorganic or maths ??

  21. Aditi Rana 3 years ago

    Temperature has to be decreased in order to increase the yield of NH3.Great explanation though, sir!

  22. prakruthi kumar 3 years ago

    Sir, if we take the case of exothermic reaction, won't Gibbs free energy be negative as T increases. H being negative already is being subtracted with a value. Please clarify this doubt.

  23. NIDHI GUPTA 3 years ago

    Sir temperature should be decrease for better yield of NH3

  24. Om Sawant 3 years ago

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  25. sudheer kumar 3 years ago

    Thank you very much sir

    Sir please make one class problems on Kp & Kc

  26. Tarun Mahawar 3 years ago

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  27. Tarun Mahawar 3 years ago

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  28. Good

  29. Raja Durai. M Raja 3 years ago

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    Sir plzz make video on states of matter

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  32. Mitul Prajapati 3 years ago

    Plz explain all the property of inverse trigonometrt

  33. Pranshu Kukreti 3 years ago

    Hey Brother! I have a doubt that Is Kc always written for t=t i.e. for equilibrium time, or it can be written for any time.

  34. udaykumar chetla 3 years ago

    Bro Then what's the effect at constant volume and constant prrssure

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  38. Shreya Upadhyay 3 years ago

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  39. sir can u upload a video on titrations

  40. Vilas Kangane 3 years ago

    Very well explained sir !!!!

  41. Rizwana choudhary 3 years ago

    when the temperature is increased the reaction is backward. So in order to get better yeild of NH3 the reaction should be in the forward direction. Therefore , the temp should decrease.
    THANKYOU SO VERY MUCH!

  42. Anand Pratap Singh 3 years ago

    Decreased

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  46. sanjay sabharwal 3 years ago

    Why it is depending on n

  47. jeol 3 years ago

    What happens if we add inert gas to the reaction???

  48. Pranjal Khoker 3 years ago

    Hey

  49. Shaswat Kumar 3 years ago

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  50. Anadee Singh 3 years ago

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