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TUITION TEST:: CLASS XI:: CHEMISTRY::

THERMODYNAMICS
Full Marks: 20

Time: 10 min.

A. Write the equations:


1.

1X 2=2

H vs. E; Change in enthalpy is equal to the sum of change in energy


and the product of the change in the number of moles of gas and RT where
R = 8.31 J/mol K and and T is in kelvin

2.

First law of thermodynamics; Total change in energy equal to the sum of


work and heat flow

B. Choose the correct option


1.

1X 5=5

Heat flow; Where m = mass, c = specific heat, and t = change in


temperature (final - initial)
1.

q = C x t

2.

E = q + w

3.

H = E + ngRT

4.

q = m x c x t

b. Bomb calorimeter: This can be used to find the amt of heat


absorbed/evolved in a reaction if you know the heat capacity (C cal), and t
= change in temperature
1.

q = m x c x t
2.

q = C x t

3.

q reaction = -q calorimeter

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4.

q reaction = -C cal x t

b. Where C = heat capacity(J/C), and t = the change in temperature (final initial)


1.

H = qv
2.

q = m x c x t

3.

H = qp

4.

q = C x t

b. 4.18 J/gC
1.

q = C x t
2.

q = m x c x t

3.

Specific Heat of HO

4.

H = qp

b. Change in enthalpy is equal to the sum of change in energy and the change
in the product of PV
1.

E = q + w
2.

H = E + (PV)

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3.

H = E + ngRT

4.

H = H + H

C. State true or false


1X4=4
1.

q reaction = -C cal x t Represents how the heat flow for the reaction
system is equal in magnitude but opp in sign to that of the calorimeter
True

2.

E system = -E surroundings Law of conservation of energy


True

3.

False

False

H = E + ngRT Change in enthalpy is equal to the sum of change in


energy and the change in the product of PV
True

4.

False

H = H + H Change in enthalpy is equal to the sum of change in


energy and the change in the product of PV
True

False

D. Write equations
1. Standard enthalpy change; Finding the enthalpy of formation

1X4=4

TUITION TEST:: CLASS XI:: CHEMISTRY::


THERMODYNAMICS
2. Where C = heat capacity(J/C), and t = the change in temperature (final initial)

3. Heat flow; Where m = mass, c = specific heat, and t = change in


temperature (final - initial)

4. Difference in enthalpy is equal to the heat flow for the reaction system

E. Multiple choice questions


1.

1X5=5

Heat flow at constant pressure is equal to change in enthalpy


1.

H = qv

2.

q = C x t

3.

H = qp

4.

E = q + w

b. First law of thermodynamics; Total change in energy equal to the sum of


work and heat flow
1.

E = q + w
2.

q = C x t

3.

H = qv

4.

H = qp

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b. Represents how the heat flow for the reaction system is equal in magnitude
but opposite in sign to that of the calorimeter
1.

q reaction = -q calorimeter
2.

q reaction = -C cal x t

3.

q = m x c x t

4.

E = q + w

b. Heat flow at constant volume is equal to change in enthalpy


1.

q = C x t
2.

E = q + w

3.

H = qp

4.

H = qv

b. Change in enthalpy is equal to the sum of change in energy and the change
in the product of PV
1.

E = q + w
2.

H = E + ngRT

3.

H = H + H

4.

H = E + (PV)