Hello Everyone….!!!! Here are the answers of yesterday logic puzzles. 1. Which letter places the question mark?Answer: Q Explanation: Adding the three numbers in each square together gives the numerical value of the letter at the centre of each square. 2. Which segment places the question mark? Answer: F Explanation: In each diagram, the black circles join together to make Read more about Logic Puzzles [With Answers]……[…]

# Logical Puzzles…..

Hello Everyone….!! Here are some Logical Puzzles give a try….. 1. Which letter places the question mark?2. Which segment places the question mark? 3. Which segment fills the gap to complete puzzle?4. Which number replaces the question mark?5. Which number replaces the question mark? Share Tweet View Email Print Follow

# Gibbs Energy change and Equilibrium

Free Energy Change (ΔG):  The two thermodynamic quantities which affect the spontaneity of a reaction are enthalpy (H) and entropy (S). The free energy is the amount of work that a thermodynamic system can perform The free energy of a substance such as its enthalpy or entropy is a characteristic property of the substance. In any reaction, the change in free Read more about Gibbs Energy change and Equilibrium[…]

# Rolling Motion

Rolling motion is a combination of rotation and translation.All the particles on a rolling body have two kinds of velocity. Translational, which is the velocity of centre of mass Linear velocity on account of rotational motion When a rigid body moves on a surface Its motion is said to be pure rolling if there is Read more about Rolling Motion[…]

# Clock Puzzles [With Answer] …….

Hello MyRankers….!!! Here are the answers of yesterday Clock Puzzles with their explanation……….. 1. What time should the last watch show?Answer: 5:19 Explanation: Starting with the watch on the left, add 42 minutes to the time shown to give the time on the next watch to the right. 2. Where should the minute hand be put on Read more about Clock Puzzles [With Answer] …….[…]

# Enthalpy change, (Δr H) of reactions – reaction Enthalpy

Standard states: A pressure of 1 atm and a constant temperature (25˚C) are taken as standard states. State Standard states Gas Ideal gas at the given temperature and 1 atm Liquid Pure liquid at the given temperature and 1 atm Solid Stable crystalline from at given temperature and 1 atm pressure Heat of reaction: Heat Read more about Enthalpy change, (Δr H) of reactions – reaction Enthalpy[…]