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Homework Questions

1.

Collapsible balloon is inflated to a volume of 10 L at a pressure of 1 atm. When the balloon is immersed

to the bottom of a lake, its volume reduces to 1.25 L. Assuming 1 atm pressure to be equivalent to 10m

column of water and no change in temperature, the depth of the lake will be

(a) 70 m

2.

(b) 80 m

(c) 90 m

0.40 g of helium in a bulb at a temperature of TK had a pressure of P atm. When the bulb was

immersed in hotter bath at a temperature 50 K more than the first one, 0.08 g of gas had to be removed

to restore the original pressure T is:

(a) 100 K

3.

(b) 200 K

(c) 300 K

(d) 500 K

A balloon filled with air is placed in a tank of helium gas at the same temperature and pressure. If the

balloon is pricked with sharp point, after a short while the balloon will

4.

(b) enlarge

(c) shrink

Relative humidity of air is 80% at 270 C . If the aqueous tension at same temperature is 27 mm Hg,

partial pressure of water vapour in the air will be

(a) 27 mm Hg

5.

(b) 25 mm Hg

(c) 23 mm Hg

(d) 21.60 mm Hg

Two flasks X and Y of volumes 250 ml and 300 ml respectively at the same temperature are connected

by a stop cock of negligible volume. The flask X contains nitrogen gas at a pressure of 660 torr and the

flask Y contains neon at a pressure of 825 torr. If the stop cock is opened to allow the two gases to mix,

the partial pressure of neon and total pressure of the system will be

(a) 300 torr, 700 torr

6.

SO2 and he are kept in a container at partial pressures P1 and P2 A thin perforation is made in the wall

of the container and it is observed that the two gases effuse out at the same rate , The ratio P1 : P2 will

be

(a) 16 : 1

7.

(b) 1 : 16

(c) 1 : 4

(d) 4 : 1

A gaseous mixture of NH3 gas and H 2 S gas contains 20 mol % of NH 3 . The vapour density of the

mixture is

(a) 20.4

8.

(b) 30.6

(c) 10.2

(d) 15.3

A closed vessel contains helium and ozone at a pressure of P atm. The ratio of He and oxygen atoms is

1 : 1 If helium is removed from the vessel , the pressure of the system will reduce to ?

(a) 0.5 P atm

I-Additional Questions

9.

Consider the reaction 2 X 3Y Z ( g ) where gases X and Y are insoluble and inert to water and Z

(g)

(g)

forms a basic solution. In an experiment, 3 mol each of X and Y are allowed to react in 15 L flask at 500

K. When the reaction is complete, 5L of water is added the flask and temperature is reduced to 300 K.

The pressure in the flask is (neglect aqueous tension)

(a) 1.64 atm

10. For 10 minutes each at 270 C , from two identical holes helium and an unknown gas X at equal

pressures are leaked into a common vessel of 3L capacity. The resulting pressure is 4.1 atm and the

mixture contains 0.4 mol of helium. The molar mass of gas X is

(a) 16

(b) 32

(c) 64

11. A sealed flask contains a gas and a few drops of water at TK and at pressure 1030 mm of Hg. The

pressure in the flask is reduced by 1% If the aqueous tension at two temperatures are 30 and 25 mm

Hg, the final pressure in the flask would be

(a) 1019.7 mm

(b) 1020 mm

(c) 1015 mm

12. There are 100 persons sitting at equal distances in a row XY. N 2O gas (laughing gas) is released from

the side X and tear gas (mol. mass = 176) from side X and tear gas (mol. mass = 176) from side Y at

same moment and at the same pressure. The person who will have a tendency to laugh and weep

simultaneously is

(a) 34th from side X

( H 2 and CH 4 ) effuses through hole in 5 minutes where as 2L of gas X of molecular mass 36 takes in 10

minutes to effuse through the same hole. The mole ratio of H 2 : CH 4 in the mixture is

(a) 1 : 2

(b) 2 : 1

(c) 2 : 3

(d) 1 : 1

14. If Pc ,Vc and Tc are critical constants, then the value of R will be

PV

(a) R c c

Tc

(b) R

5 PcVc

3 Tc

3 PV

(c) R . c c

2 Tc

(d) R

8 PcVc

3 Tc

15. 4.5 g of PCl5 on vapourisation occupied a volume of 1700 ml at 1 atmosphere pressure and 2270 C

temperature. Its degree of dissoc. ation is

(a) 9.21%

(b) 0.921%

(c) 92.1%

I-Additional Questions

Solutions

1.

Column; V1 10L

Pressure at the bottom, P2 (10 x)m column,

V2 = 1.25 L

Applying PV

1 1 P2V2 , x =depth = 70m

2.

n1

0.4

0.40 0.08

0.1;T1 TK ; n2

0.08

4

4

n1

0.1 T1 50

n2 0.08

T1

T1

0.02T1 50 0.08 ;

3.

50 8

200 K

2

Under same conditions of P and T, helium gas (smaller molecular mass) will effuse into the balloon

more rapidly than the air (higher molecular mass) effusing out.

4.

% Relative humidity

100

Aqueous tension

Hence , pH 2O in air 27

5.

80

21.60 mm Hg

100

For N2 , PV

1 1 P2V2 , V2 250 300 550ml

P2

PV

660 250

1 1

300 torr

V2

550

For neon, P2

PV

825 300

1 1

450 torr

V2

550

6.

rSO2

r He

P1

P2

M He P1

M SO2 P2

P

4

1

64 4 P2

Or P1 / P2 4

7.

M mix M1 X1 M 2 X 2

17

20

80

34

30.6

100

100

(V.D)mix = 30.6/2=15.3

I-Additional Questions

8.

Molecules of He = N ; molecules of O3 N / 3

Total number of molecules = N

N

N

4 ;

3

3

Total pressure = P

Hence, PO3 X O3 P

9.

N /3

P 0.25P

4N / 3

Volume of the flask available for the gas X= 15 5 = 10 L

Hence, the pressure in the flask

=

2.46 atm

V

10

PV

4.1 3

0.5

RT 0.082 300

rHe

rX

0.4

0.1

Mx

Mx

M x 64 g mol 1

M He

4

Since P T

1

1000 10 mm

100

Hence final pressure = Pgas at lower temperature T + Aqueous tension = (1000 10) +25

= 1015 mm Hg

12. Among 100 persons, number of equidistant spaces = 99

Let nth be the person from side X Then,

r NO2

rtear

or

13.

M tear

176

2

M NO2

44

n 1

n 1

2 n 67

99 (n 1) 100 n

rmix

2/5

2

rx

2 /10

Mx

M mix 9

M mix

= 2 X H2 16(1 X H2 ) 9(calculated )

X H2 0.5

I-Additional Questions

14. R=

`

PV

T

Expanding this equation, we have V 3 3VcV 2V Vc3 0

(i )

a

RT

ab

The vender waals equation in critical point is V 3 b c V 2 V

0

Pc

Pc

Pc

Comparing (i) and (ii), we get Vc 3b, Pc

a

27b

, Tc

8a

27 Rb

15. Let the degree of dissociation be , then

(1 )

(ii)

Total number of molecules before dissociation = 1

8PcVc

3Tc

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