Physical Chemistry Virtual Lab

Physical chemistry (also called physicochemistry) is the explanation of macroscopic, microscopic, atomic, subatomic, and particulate phenomena in chemical systems in terms of physical concepts; sometimes using the principles, practices and concepts of physics like thermodynamics, quantum chemistry, statistical mechanics and dynamics.

Spectrophotometry
To apply Beer Lamberts law to solutions and study the effect of concentration on the absorbance of a substance
Cryoscopy
To reinforce the concept of colligative properties and to study the effect of solute on the FP substances.
Ebullioscopy
To reinforce the concept of colligative properties and to study the effect of solute on the BP substances.
EMF measurement
To find EMF of the cell. To calculate the Gibbs free energy change of the cell reaction. To calculate the Equilibrium constant. To predict the spontaneity of the cell reaction.
Determination of Viscosity of Organic Solvents
To build up the concept of Poiseuilles law and correlate the effect of flow time and viscosity.
Adsorption Isotherm
To build up the concept of adsorbate,adsorbent,Langumuir and Freundlich Isotherms.
Verification of Tafel Equation
To study about the irreversible behavior of an electrode,Understand the mechanism of electron transfer to an electrode and to determine the current density Verifying Tafel plot
Determination of Viscosity Average Molecular Weight of Polymer
To build up the concept of Mark-Houwink equation and correlate the effect of flow time and viscosity of a polymer solution.
Calorimetry -Water equivalent Calorimetry
To measure heat of reaction or physical changes and heat capacity and to understand the concept of thermodynamics.
Calorimetry -Heat of Neutralization
To measure heat of reaction or physical changes and heat capacity and to understand the concept of thermodynamics.

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