**States of Matter Quiz-8**

**States of Matter Quiz-8**

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**Q1.**A flask containing air is heated from 300 K to 500 K. The percentage of air escaped to the atmosphere is nearly

Solution

(d) V

(d) V

_{1}/T_{1}=V_{2}/T_{2}V_{1}/300=V_{2}/500,V_{2}=1.66 V Volume escape= 1.66 V-V=0.66 V =66%**Q2.**Which of the following statements is not true about NaCl structure?

Solution

(b)
In rock salt structure, the coordination number of Na

^{+}:CI^{-}is 6 : 6**Q3.**If 1 litre of a gas A at 600 mm and 0.5 litre of gas B at 800 mm are taken in a 2 litre bulb. The resulting pressure is:

Solution

(d) Use PV=nRT; find n for A and B separately; Now again use PV=nRT for mixture using V=2 litre

(d) Use PV=nRT; find n for A and B separately; Now again use PV=nRT for mixture using V=2 litre

**Q4.**Which has maximum vapour pressure at a given temperature?

Solution

(c) CH

(c) CH

_{3}-O-CH_{3}lacks H-bonding hence, it is most volatile, so it has maximum vapour pressure**Q5.**The cooling caused by the adiabatic expansion of a compressed gas below its inversion temperature (T

_{i}) without doing external work is called:

Solution

(a) Whenever, gases are allowed to expand through a small jet under adiabatic conditions, they suffer a change in temperature. This is Joule-Thomson effect. if T>T

(a) Whenever, gases are allowed to expand through a small jet under adiabatic conditions, they suffer a change in temperature. This is Joule-Thomson effect. if T>T

_{i}; heating effect if T<T_{i}; cooling effect**Q6.**Slope between pV and p at constant temperature is

Solution

(a) According to Boyle’s law pV=constant The plot of pVagainst p is straight line parallel to x- axis ∴ Slope is zero.

(a) According to Boyle’s law pV=constant The plot of pVagainst p is straight line parallel to x- axis ∴ Slope is zero.

**Q7.**A flask is of a capacity one litre. What volume of air will escape out from it on heating from 27℃ to 37℃? Assume pressure constant:

Solution

(b)
V

_{1}/T_{1}=V_{2}/T_{2}and,then (V_{1}-V_{2})**Q8.**A real gas at high pressure occupies under identical conditions:

Solution

(b) For real gases van der Waals’ pointed out volume correction in gas equation where V was replaced by (V-b).

(b) For real gases van der Waals’ pointed out volume correction in gas equation where V was replaced by (V-b).

**Q9.**The molecular weight of a gas which diffuse through a porous plug of 1/6th of the speed of hydrogen under identical conditions is:

Solution

(b)
r

_{1}/r_{2}=1/6=√([M_{2}/M_{1}] )=√(2/M) ∴M=72**Q10.**The relationship between coefficient of viscosity of a liquid and temperature can be expressed as

Solution

(b)
Î·=Ae

^{(E/RT)}