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Freundlich adsorption isotherm is

  1. x over m equals k p to the power of 1 divided by n end exponent
  2. x equals m k p to the power of 1 divided by n end exponent
  3. x divided by m equals k p to the power of negative n end exponent
  4. All of these

The correct answer is: x over m equals k p to the power of 1 divided by n end exponent

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Lt subscript x not stretchy rightwards arrow 0 end subscript invisible function application fraction numerator e to the power of x minus 1 over denominator square root of 1 plus x end root minus 1 end fraction

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equals Lt subscript x not stretchy rightwards arrow 0 end subscript space open parentheses square root of 1 plus x end root plus 1 close parentheses
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Lt subscript x not stretchy rightwards arrow 0 end subscript invisible function application fraction numerator e to the power of x minus 1 over denominator square root of 1 plus x end root minus 1 end fraction

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L t subscript x not stretchy rightwards arrow 0 end subscript fraction numerator square root of x plus 1 end root minus 1 over denominator x end fraction

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Match Column-I with Column-II and select the correct option from the codes given below.

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Some statements are given below each with one or two blanks. Select the option that correctly fills up the blanks.
i) High concentration of DDT disturbs ___________ in birds, which causes _______.
ii) __________ burns more efficiently as compared to petrol and diesel.
iii) __________ is the natural aging of a lake which occurs due to accumulation of ____________.
iv) _________ reduces the number of organisms which are sensitive to high temperature.
v) Irreparable computers and other electronic goods are known as _________.

High concentration of DDT disturbs ___________ in birds, which causes _______.
ii) __________ burns more efficiently as compared to petrol and diesel.
iii) __________ is the natural aging of a lake which occurs due to accumulation of ____________.
iv) _________ reduces the number of organisms which are sensitive to high temperature.
v) Irreparable computers and other electronic goods are known as _________.

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ii) __________ burns more efficiently as compared to petrol and diesel.
iii) __________ is the natural aging of a lake which occurs due to accumulation of ____________.
iv) _________ reduces the number of organisms which are sensitive to high temperature.
v) Irreparable computers and other electronic goods are known as _________.

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Select the correct option with respect to the peaks A and B.

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Consider the statements with reference to the diagram
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