Goods and Services Tax in Singapore: Rationale and Implications
Sam Choon Yin (2003)
On 1 January 2003, Singapore raised its goods and services tax (GST) rate from three percent to four
percent. Also know as the value
Process which occurs when a nuclear
particle comes into close contact with
another (i.e. a target) during which exchange
of energy & momentum takes place.
Final products are some nuclear pa
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UNIVERSITY OF DELHI
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AIM/OBJECTIVE: Potentiometric Titration of Mohrs salt with K2Cr2O7 or KMnO4 using
Digital Multimeter or low cost Potentiometer.
1. The Sulphuric acid is very strong acid and hazardous chemical. Avoid any contact with skin
Experiment No. 4
Title: Conductometric Titration of a solution of HCL or CH 3COOH with NaOH by a direct
Equipments required: Conductivity Bridge, conductivity cell, burette and pipette
Chemicals required: 0.1 N NaOH solution and app
AIM/OBJECTIVE: Preparation of a) Tetrammine copper (II) Sulfate and b) estimation of
copper as CuCNS gravimetrically in the complex.
a) Concentrated ammoniatoxic, corrosive and irritating. Prevent contact with your eyes, skin,
AIM/OBJECTIVE: Preparation of Hippuric acid (BENZOYL GLYCINE) and its characterization by melting
point, mixed melting point.
1. The benzoyl chloride is lachrymatory and should only be dispensed in a fume hood or open space.
AIM/OBJECTIVE: Preparation of Aspirin and its characterization by melting point, mixed melting point,
and thin layer Chromatography
1. The acetyl chloride and pyridine should only be dispensed in a fume hood.
2. Always wear appro