CBSE Class 11 Chemistry VBQs Thermodynamics

CBSE Class 11 Chemistry VBQs Thermodynamics read and download in pdf. Value Based Questions come in exams for Chemistry in Standard 11 and are easy to learn and helpful in scoring good marks. You can refer to more chapter wise VBQs for Class 11 Chemistry and also get latest topic wise very useful study material as per latest 2021 NCERT book for Class 12 Chemistry and all other subjects for free on Studiestoday designed as per latest Grade 11 CBSE, NCERT and KVS syllabus and examination pattern

 

UNIT – 6 (THERMODYNAMICS)

Question 1. The teacher taught in the class when an ideal gas expands, there is no change in temperature. On the other hand, when a real gas expands, cooling in produced. Ram, a student of the same class was curious to know its reason. The teacher explained the reason and Ram got satisfied.

(a) What would be the answer of the teacher?

(b) For a reaction both DH and DH are negative under what conditions the reaction occurs spontaneously?

(c) What values are displayed by Ram?

Question 2. In general, an exothermic reaction is thermodynamically spontaneous. Seema was curious to know under what circumstances and exothermic reaction may not be thermodynamically spontaneous. She discussed her problem with her friend Nidhi who explained her in detail and Seema got satisfied.

(a)What would be the answer of Nidhi?

(b) For a reaction both DH and DS are positive under what conditions the reaction occurs spontaneously?

(c)What values are displayed by Nidhi?

Question 3.While teaching the concept of irreversible process the teacher noticed that some students of the class are restless because they were unable to grasp the subject.Then she recited a nursery shyme “Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king’s horse and all the king’s men could not put Humpty

(a)Dumpty together again”. The students became cheerful and convinced. Name two irreversible natural processes.

(b) Mention the value or values associated with the above process.

Question 4. Reversible process is slow but every slow process need not be reversible.

(a) Give an example with justification of a slow process which is not reversible.

(b) Write the associated value with your answer.

Question 5. Some thermodynamic properties are related in the same way as total money earned money paid as income tax and the money available for other purposes.

(a) Name these thermodynamic properties

(b) Write the relation or relations between these thermodynamic properties

(c) Mention the associated value with it.

Please click the link below to download CBSE Class 11 Chemistry VBQs Thermodynamics.

Tags: 

 


Click to View or Download pdf file
Click for more Chemistry Study Material

Latest NCERT & CBSE News

Read the latest news and announcements from NCERT and CBSE below. Important updates relating to your studies which will help you to keep yourself updated with latest happenings in school level education. Keep yourself updated with all latest news and also read articles from teachers which will help you to improve your studies, increase motivation level and promote faster learning

CBSE OMR Sheet Guidelines for Term 1

You are aware that the CBSE will be using OMR for the first time for assessment of both the Classes-X and XII in Term-I examinations. Hence, there is a need that all the students appearing in the Term-l examinations and the schools sponsoring these students should have...

CBSE Class 10 Revised Syllabus

Last year CBSE had to reduce the syllabus because of the pandemic situation but it was not very effective because there were no examinations. This year to avoid any confusion and conflict, CBSE has decided to reduce the syllabus into term 1 and term 2. 50 percent of...

CBSE Reading Challenge

The acquisition of 21st century competencies of communication, critical and creative thinking and the ability to locate, understand and reflect on various kinds of information has become more crucial for our learners. It is well accepted that Reading Literacy is not...

×
Studies Today