Chemistry (NMK)

Eqv. Mass of A = Mass of A

Eqv. Mass of B         Mass of B

à This relation tells that the combining mass reactants is always in the ratio of their equivalent mass. This law is also known as LAW OF CHEMICAL EQUIVALENCE.
@ Atomic Mass = Eqv. Mass X Valency
@ ‘Gram Eqv.’ or ‘Eqv.’
à Eqv. mass of a substance, expressed in gram is ‘one gram equivalent’ or ‘1 eqv.’
Equivalent Mass of a compound
 
 a) Eqv. mass of acid
 = Molecular Mass of acid
 Basicity
where Basicity of an acid is defined as no. of H+ ions displaced or OH- ions combined per molecule of the acid.
Eqv. mass of H2SO4 = 98 / 2 = 49
  b) Eqv. mass of Base
  = Molecular Mass
 Acidity
Where acidity of the base is defined as the no. of H+ ions consumed or OH- ions displaced per molecule of the base.
Eg. 
 Eq. Mass of Ca(OH)2 = 74/2 = 37

 

  c) Eqv. Mass of Salt
   Molecular Mass of Salt
 Total no. of charge in basic or acid radical per molecule
Eg.
 Eq. mass of  Na2CO3 =  106 / 2  =  53