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log(x/m )=logk+ 1/ n logp
m = 1/n and c= logk
2 R - OH + 2Na→ 2 RONa + H2↑2 moles of alcohol gives 1 mole of H2 which occupies 22.4L at 273K and 1 atm
∴ number of moles of alcohol = ( 2 moles of R - OH / 22.4 L of H2 ) × 560 mL
= 0.05 moles
∴ no. of moles = mass / molar mass
⇒ molar mass = 3.7/0.05 = 74 g mol−1
General formula for R - OH Cn H2n+1 - OH
∴ n(12) + (2n+1) (1) + 16+1=74
14n = 74 – 18
14n = 56
∴ n = 56/14 = 4
The 2 alcohol which contains 4 carbon is CH2 CH(OH)CH2CH3
Chemistry does not deal in explaining superconductivity.
*In superconducting materials the charecteristics of superconductivity appear when the temperature is lowered below a critical temperature.
*The onset of superconductivity is accompanied by abrupt changes in physical properties which are more related to phase transitions of the material .
These aspects of studies in properties of materials are better related to studies in the fields of Physics , eventhough principles involved in Chemistry & Physics go hand to hand.