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Ch#5 : States of Matter -02
Full Marks: 20
1. All questions are compulsory.
2. Please give the explanation for the answer where applicable.
Q1 - Distinguish a solid, liquid and gas in terms of melting point and boiling point? (3 Marks)
Q2 - What is the difference between intermolecular forces and intra-molecular forces? (2 Marks)
Q3 - Define triple point of a substance? (1 Mark)
Q4 - Which type of intermolecular forces exit among the following molecules?
(a) H2O molecules.
(b) H2S molecules.
(c) Cl2 and CCl4 molecules
(d) He atoms and HCl molecules (2 Marks)
Q5 - What do you understand by standard temperature and pressure? (1 Mark)
Q6 - Write the ideal gas equation for n moles of gas. (1 Mark)
Q7 - Which of the following has-
(a) highest vapour pressure
(b) lowest vapour pressure. Acetone, Ethyl alcohol, Water, Diethyl ether (2 Marks)
Q8 - 34.05 mL of phosphorus vapour weighs 0.0625g at 5460 C and 0.1 bar pressure. What is the molar mass of phosphorous? (2 Marks)
Q9 - The density of a gas is 3.80 g L-1 at S.T.P. Calculate its density at 270C and 700 torr pressure. (3 Marks)
Q10 - 1 mole of SO2 gas occupies a volume of 350 mL at 270 C and 50 atm pressure. Calculate the compressibility factor of the gas. Write the type of deviation shown by the gas from ideal behavior. (3 Marks)
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