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1. For a chemical reaction represented by R→ P the rate of reaction is denoted by –d [R]/dt or +d[P]/dt . State the significance of plus and minus sign.
2. Express the rate of reaction in terms of disappearance of hydrogen and appearance of ammonia in the given reaction.
N2(g) + 3 H2 (g) → 2NH3 (g)
3. Why rate of reaction does not remain constant throughout?
4. Write the unit of first order rate constant of a gaseous reaction if the partial pressure of gaseous reactant is given in bar.
5. What will be the order of reaction, if the rate of reaction does not depend on the concentration of any of the reactant.
6. For the elementary step of a chemical reaction :
H2 + I2 →2HI
rate of reaction →[H2] [I2]
What is the (i) molecularity and (ii) order of the reaction.
7.For a chemical reaction A→ B. The rate of the reaction is given as Rate = k [A]n the rate of the above reaction quadruples when the concentration of A is doubled. What is the value of n?
8.Mention one example of zero order reaction.
9. What is the value of the order of reaction of radioactive decay?
10. Express the relation between the half life period of a reactant and initial concentration for a reaction of nth order.
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