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MPT 164377
  • Male, 30 Years
  • Activity Score546

Ashwani K

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  • I teach at My Home
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Profile Details

Qualification :

Ph.D DTU & GGSIPU 2018

Total Experience :

9 Years

  • More than six years experience of teaching at university level.
  • More than nine years experience of teaching C.B.S.E. (IX-XII) students.
  • A good teaching record with above 90% success rate.
  • Ability to communicate scientific and subjective concepts clearly in English.
  • Excellent subject knowledge.
  • Delivered more than 15 guest lectures at various schools and colleges.
  • Expert with dealing a large group of students.

Tutoring Option:

I Can Manage Both

Tutoring Approach:

Psychological and to make understanding with student which provide ease of learning to student. My teaching style is unique it is beneficial for boards as well as competitive examination.

Hourly Fees [INR]:

1000.00

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Class 9 - 10 Chemistry, CBSE INR 700.00 /hour
Class 11 - 12 Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, EVS, CBSE Board INR 1000.00 /hour
College Level Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry INR 1500.00 /hour
Class 6 - 8 Chemistry, CBSE INR 600.00 /hour
Answer
Answer
  • Question: What is atomic number and mass number?

    Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 23/10/2015

    Answer:

    Atomic number is the numbers of electron present to the element. For example Oxygen have 8 electrons so its electronic number is 8 in its native state, but if you see O2- the numbers of electrons are 6 now and it is now iso-electronic with Carbon.

    The mass number is the sum of Protons* and Neutrons present to the element..

     

     

    *Usually the numbers of protons are equals to the atomic number or number of electrons.

  • Question: Explain Wurtz reaction with an example.

    Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 24/10/2015

    Answer:

    Wurtz reaction:

    The alkylhalides get converted into alkanes, by simply

    R-X + 2 Na + X-R → R-R + 2 NaX

    Example:

    CH3-CH2Cl + 2Na + ClCH2CH3       Will give        CH3-CH2-CH2-CH3 + 2NaCl

     

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