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Ch#5 : States of Matter -03
Full Marks: 20
1. All questions are compulsory.
2. Please give the explanation for the answer where applicable.
Q1 - Write the van der Waal equation for real gases. (1 Mark)
Q2 - What type of graph will you get when PV is plotted against P at constant temperature? (1 Mark)
Q3 - What is the S.I. unit of viscosity coefficient? (1 Mark)
Q4 - What is the difference between normal boiling point and standard boiling point? (2 Marks)
Q5 - Define-
(b)Critical pressure (2 Marks)
Q6 - Why falling liquid drops are spherical? (2 Marks)
Q7 - What is the significance of van der Waals parameters? (2 Marks)
Q8 - A 2-L flask contains 1.6g of methane and 0.5g of hydrogen at 270 C. Calculate the partial pressure of each gas in the mixture and the total pressure. (3 Marks)
Q9 - A sealed tube which can withstand a pressure of 3 atmosphere is filled with air at 270C and 760 mm pressure. Find the temperature above which it will burst. (3 Marks)
Q10 - Calculate the pressure exerted by 1 mol of CO2 at 273 K if the van der Waal’s constant ‘a’= 3.592 dm6atm mol-. Assume that the volume occupied by CO2 molecules is negligible. (3 Marks)
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