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Stoichiometry MCQs : This section focuses on the "Stoichiometry". These Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) should be practiced to improve the Stoichiometry skills required for various interviews (campus interview, walk-in interview, company interview), placement, entrance exam and other competitive examinations.




Question 1

At room temperature, the product [H+] [OH-] in a solution is 10-14 moles/litre. If, [OH-] = 10-6 moles/litre, then the pH of the solution will be

A. 6
B. 8
C. 10
D. 12

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Question 2

Enthalpy of a vapor gas mixture may be increased by increasing the

A. Temperature at constant humidity
B. Humidity at constant temperature
C. Temperature and the humidity
D. All of the above

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Question 3

Elements in a periodic table are arranged in order of their

A. Atomic number
B. Mass number
C. Atomic weight
D. Metallic characteristics

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Question 4

In case of vapor-liquid equilibria, which of the following does not account for gas phase deviation from ideality?

A. Use of equation of state
B. Fugacity co-efficient
C. Activity co-efficient
D. None of these

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Question 5

A liquid is in equilibrium with its vapor at its boiling point. On an average, the molecules in the liquid and gaseous phases have equal

A. Kinetic energy
B. Intermolecular forces of attraction
C. Potential energy
D. Total energy

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Question 6

Gases diffuse faster compared to liquids because of the reason that the liquid molecules

A. are held together by stronger inter-molecular forces.
B. move faster.
C. have no definite shape.
D. are heavier

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Question 7

The average value of heat of neutralisation of dilute solution of strong acids and strong bases is about __________ kcal/kg.mole of water formed.

A. 6680
B. 13360
C. 2481
D. 97302

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Question 8

N2 content in a urea sample was found to be only 42%. What is the actual urea content of the sample ? (molecular weight of urea = 60)

A. 80%
B. 90%
C. 95%
D. 98%

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Question 9

In the reaction, represented by Na₂CO₃ + HC₁ → NaHO₃ + NaCl, the equivalent weight of Na₂CO₃ is

A. 53
B. 5.3
C. 106
D. 10.6

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Question 10

The chemical nature of an element is independent of

A. Its atomic number
B. The number of protons or electrons present in it
C. The number of neutrons present in it
D. None of these

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Question 11

The unit of Cp in S.I. units is

A. W/m².°K
B. J/kg.°K
C. W/m.°K
D. J/m³. °K

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Question 12

One micron is equal to

A. 10⁻⁴ mm
B. 10⁻⁴ cm
C. 10⁻⁶ m
D. Both B & C

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Question 13

The percentage ratio of the partial pressure of the vapor to the vapor pressure of the liquid at the existing temperature is

A. Termed as relative saturation
B. Not a function of the composition of gas mixture
C. Called percentage saturation
D. Not a function of the nature of vapor

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Question 14

Which of the following gases is the most soluble in water?

A. NH₃
B. CO₂
C. H₂S
D. CH₄

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Question 15

The most convenient way of expressing solution concentration is in terms of

A. Mole fraction
B. Normality
C. Molality
D. Molarity

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Question 16

The combustion equations of carbon and carbon monoxide are as follows:C + O₂ = CO₂, ΔH = - 394 kJ/kg . mole CO + 1/2 O₂ = CO₂, ΔH = - 284.5 kJ/kg. mole. The heat of formation of CO is __________ kJ/kg. mole.

A. -109.5
B. 109.5
C. 180
D. 100

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Question 17

The rate of material __________ is zero in case of a steady state system.

A. accumulation
B. production
C. input
D. generation

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Question 18

The activity co-efficient of a solution, which accounts for the departure of liquid phase from ideal solution behaviour

A. Measures the elevation in boiling point
B. Is not dependent on the temperature
C. Is a function of the liquid phase composition
D. Measures the depression in freezing point

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Question 19

The vapor pressure of liquids (having similar chemical nature) at any specified temperature __________ with increasing molecular weight.

A. Increases
B. Decreases
C. Remains unchanged
D. Increases linearly

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Question 20

A metal oxide is reduced by heating it in a stream of hydrogen. After complete reduction, it is found that 3.15 gm of the oxide has yielded 1.05 gm of the metal. It may be inferred that the

A. Atomic weight of the metal is 4
B. Equivalent weight of the metal is 4
C. Atomic weight of the metal is 2
D. Equivalent weight of the metal is 8

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Question 21

Pick out the correct conversion.

A. 1 BTU =453.6 calories
B. 1 BTU = 252 calories
C. 1 calorie = 252 BTU
D. 1 calorie = 453.6 BTU

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Question 22

The maximum adiabatic flame temperature of fuels in air is __________ the maximum flame temperature in pure oxygen.

A. Lower than
B. Higher than
C. Same as
D. Not related to

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Question 23

Heat of reaction is not influenced by

A. The route/method through which final products are obtained
B. The physical state (e.g., solid, liquid or gaseous) of reactants and products
C. Whether the reaction is carried out at constant temperature or constant pressure
D. None of these

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Question 24

The pressure under which liquid and vapor can co-exit at equilibrium is called the __________ vapor pressure.

A. Limiting
B. Real
C. Saturated
D. Normal

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Question 25

The viscosity of water at room temperature may be around one

A. Centipoise
B. Poise
C. Stoke
D. Both B & C

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Question 26

At what temperature, given mass of a gas that occupies a volume of 2 litres at N.T.P. will occupy a volume of 4 litres, if the pressure of the gas is kept constant?

A. 273°C
B. 273°K
C. 100°C
D. 200°C

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Question 27

2 litres of nitrogen at N.T.P. weighs __________ gms.

A. 14
B. 2.5
C. 28
D. 1.25

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Question 28

The temperature at which a real gas obeys Boyle's law is termed as the

A. Triple point
B. Boyle's temperature
C. Eutectic point
D. Inversion temperature

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Question 29

Under conditions of equal reduced pressure and equal reduced temperature, substances are said to be in the 'corresponding states'. At equal reduced conditions i.e., at the corresponding state, the __________ of different gases are nearly the same.

A. Compressibility
B. Molecular weight
C. Humidity
D. None of these

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Question 30

S.T.P. corresponds to

A. 1 atm. absolute pressure & 15.5°C
B. 760 mm Hg gauge pressure & 15.5°C
C. 760 torr & 0°C
D. 101.325 kPa gauge pressure & 15.5°C

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Question 31

A perfectly insulated container of volume V is divided into two equal halves by a partition. One side is under vacuum, while the other side has one mole of an ideal gas (with constant heat capacity) at 298 K. If the partition is broken, the final temperature of the gas in the container

A. Will be greater than 298 K
B. Will be 298 K
C. Will be less than 298 K
D. Can not be determined

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Question 32

What is the value of e?

A. 1
B. 3
C. 5
D. 7

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Question 33

In osmosis through a semi-permeable membrane, diffusion of the

A. Solvent is from low concentration to high concentration region
B. Solvent is from high concentration to low concentration region
C. Solute takes place
D. None of these

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Question 34

Pick out the wrong conversion formula for the conversion of weight units :

A. 1 tonne = 1000 kg = 22.046 lbs
B. 1 U.S. ton = 907 kg = 0.907 tonne = 0.893 ton
C. 1 ton = 2240 lbs = 1016 kg = 1.016 tonnes = 1.12 U.S. tons
D. None of these

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Question 35

Which of the following holds good for a solution obeying Raoult's law (i.e., an ideal solution) (where, ΔH = heat of mixing, and ΔV = volume change on mixing ) ?

A. ΔH = 1 (+ ve)and Δ V = -ve
B. ΔH = 0
C. ΔV = 0
D. Both B and C

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Question 36

CaCO3 contains __________ percent of Ca by weight.

A. 40
B. 48
C. 96
D. 12

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Question 37

A chemical process is said to occur under unsteady state, if the

A. Inventory changes do not take place
B. Ratio of streams entering/leaving are independent of time
C. Flow rates & composition both are time dependent
D. None of these

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Question 38

The average translational kinetic energy with which a gas molecule is endowed is dependent on its

A. Nature
B. Size
C. Absolute temperature
D. All of the above

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Question 39

Pick out the correct statement.

A. Heat of solution is always positive
B. At equilibrium, ΔG is zero
C. For the reaction, PCl5 ⇋ PCl3 + Cl₂, ΔG is less than ΔE
D. The heating of water in a beaker is an example of an isolated system

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Question 40

1 BTU/lb.°F is equivalent to __________ kcal/kg.°C.

A. 1
B. 2.42
C. 1.987
D. 4.97

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Question 41

The OH⁻ concentration in a solution having pH value 3 is

A. 10-3
B. 10-10
C. 10-11
D. 10-13

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Question 42

For a given mass of a gas at constant temperature, if the volume 'V' becomes three times, then the pressure 'P' will become

A. P/3
B. 3P
C. 9P²
D. 9P

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Question 43

Pick out the wrong statement.

A. The evaporation of aqueous solution of glucose causes its molarity to increase
B. Both the freezing point as well as boiling point of sea water is more than that of distilled water
C. The solution containing equal masses of two liquids 'X' and 'Y' has the same mole fraction of' 'X' and 'Y'
D. Both B and C

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Question 44

Which of the following is not a colligative property ?

A. Osmotic pressure
B. Depression of freezing point
C. Lowering of vapor pressure
D. none of these.

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Question 45

An ideal gas can be liquified, because

A. its molecular size is very small.
B. its critical temperature is more than 0°C.
C. forces operative between its molecules are negligible.
D. it gets solidified directly without becoming liquid.

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Question 46

A sample of well water contains 140 gm/m³ Ca²⁺ ions and 345 gm/m³ Na⁺ ions. The hardness of the sample of water, expressed in terms of equivalent CaCO₃ in gm/m³ is (assuming atomic masses of Ca :40, Na : 23, C : 12, O : 16)

A. 350
B. 485
C. 140
D. 345

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Question 47

By taking 64 gms of O2, How many gms of H2O can be produced?

A. 18
B. 36
C. 54
D. 72

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Question 48

One micron is equal to __________ cm.

A. 10-2
B. 10-4
C. 10-6
D. 10-8

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Question 49

Saturated solution of benzene in water is in equilibrium with a mixture of air and vapours of benzene and water at room temperature and pressure. Mole fraction of benzene in liquid is xB and the vapour pressures of benzene and water at these conditions are PvB and Pvw respectively. The partial pressure of benzene in air-vapour mixture is

A. PvB
B. XB.PvB
C. (Patm - Pvw)xB
D. XB.Patm

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Question 50

Pure aniline is evaporating through a stagnant air film of 1 mm thickness at 300 K and a total pressure of 100 KPa. The vapor pressure of aniline at 300 K is 0.1 KPa. The total molar concentration under these conditions is 40.1 mole/m³ . The diffusivity of aniline in air is 0.74xl0⁻⁵m²/s.The numerical value of mass transfer co-efficient is 7.4 x 10⁻³. The rate of evaporation of aniline is 2.97 x 10⁻⁴. Its units are

A. Mole/s
B. Mole/cm². s
C. Mole/m² . s
D. Kmole/m² . s

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Question 51

Unrestrained expansion of an ideal gas does not result in its cooling due to the reason that the gas molecules

A. Do not lose energy on collision
B. Are above the inversion temperature
C. Do not exert attractive force on each other
D. Do work equal to loss in kinetic energy

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Question 52

The ratio of existing moles of vapor per mole of vapor free gas to the moles of vapor that would be present per mole of vapor free gas, if the mixture were saturated at the existing temperature & pressure, is termed as the

A. Relative humidity
B. Relative saturation
C. Percentage saturation
D. None of these

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Question 53

Pick out the correct statement.

A. A substance existing above its critical temperature is called a saturated vapor
B. A mixture of vapor gas is called saturated, if the equilibrium vapor pressure of the liquid is more than the partial pressure of the vapor at the same temperature
C. Heat added to or given up by a substance at constant temperature is called the sensible heat
D. The end points of a vapor-pressure vs. temperature curve are critical and triple points

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Question 54

For producing 1 mole of CH3Cl, how many moles of Cl2 are required? (Consider CH4 in excess)

A. 1
B. 4
C. 5
D. 6.5

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Question 55

At higher temperature, molal heat capacities of most of the gases (at constant pressure) __________ with increase in temperature.

A. Increases
B. Decreases
C. Remains unchanged
D. Increases linearly

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Question 56

Which of the following gravity scales is used exclusively for liquids heavier than water?

A. Baumme scale
B. Twaddel scale
C. API scale
D. None of these

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Question 57

For most salts, the solubility increases with rise in temperature, but the solubility of __________ is nearly independent of temperature rise.

A. Sodium chloride
B. Sodium carbonate monohydrate
C. Anhydrous sodium sulphate
D. Hypo

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Question 58

Pick out the wrong unit conversion of calorific value.

A. 1 kcal/kg = 1.8 BTU/lb = 4.186 kJ/kg
B. 1 BTU/ft³ = 8.9 kcal/m³ = 0.038 MJ/m³
C. 1 BTU/lb = 2.3 kcal/kg
D. 1 kcal/m³ = 0.1124 BTU/ft³

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Question 59

If Cl2 is present in excess and the amount of CH4 is doubled, number of moles of CH3Cl will be ____________

A. Doubled
B. Half
C. Four times
D. None of the mentioned

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Question 60

The quantity of heat required to evaporate 1 kg of a saturated liquid is called

A. Specific heat
B. 1 Kcal
C. Sensible heat
D. Latent heat

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Question 61

The heat of vaporisation __________ with increase in pressure.

A. Increases
B. Decreases
C. Becomes zero at critical pressure
D. Both B and C

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Question 62

The unit of dynamic viscosity is

A. Stoke
B. Poise
C. Gm/cm sec
D. Both B & C

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Question 63

1 gm mole of methane (CH₄) contains

A. 6.02 x 1023 atoms of hydrogen
B. 4 gm atoms of hydrogen
C. 3.01 x 1023 molecules of methane
D. 3 gms of carbon

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Question 64

Simultaneous doubling of the absolute temperature of a gas and reduction of its pressure to half, will result in __________ in the volume of the gas.

A. No change
B. Doubling
C. L/4th reduction
D. Four fold increase

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Question 65

Gases having same reduced temperatures and reduced pressures

A. Deviate from ideal gas behaviour to the same degree
B. Have nearly the same compressibility factor
C. Both A & B
D. Neither A nor B

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Question 66

Pick out the wrong statement:

A. A vapor is termed as a saturated vapor, if its partial pressure equals its equilibrium vapor pressure
B. A vapor whose partial pressure is less than its equilibrium vapor pressure, is termed as a 'superheated vapor'
C. The temperature at which a vapor is saturated is termed as the boiling point
D. The difference between the existing temperature of a vapor and its saturation temperature (i.e. dew point) is called its 'degree of superheat'

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Question 67

The density of a liquid is 1500 kg/m³. Its value in gin/litre will be equal to

A. 1.5
B. 15
C. 150
D. 1500

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Question 68

The value of Trouton's ratio (λb/Tb) for a number of substances is 21 (where, λb = molal that of vaporisation of a substance at its normal boiling point, KCal/kg. mole and Tb = normal boiling point, °K). The Kis-tyakowsky equation is used for calculation of Trouton's ratio of __________ liquids.

A. Polar
B. Non-polar
C. Both A & B
D. Neither A nor B

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Question 69

Equal masses of CH₄ and H₂ are mixed in an empty container. The partial pressure of hydrogen in this container expressed as the fraction of total pressure is

A. 1-9
B. 8-9
C. 1-2
D. 5-9

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Question 70

The heat change for the reaction, C(s) + 2S(s) → CS₂(l), is 104.2 kJ. It represents the heat of

A. Formation
B. Solution
C. Combustion
D. Fusion

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Question 71

An azeotropic solution of two liquids has boiling point lower than either of them, when it

A. Is saturated
B. Is unsaturated
C. Shows negative deviation from Raoult's law
D. Shows positive deviation from Raoult's law

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Question 72

Pick out the wrong unit conversion of calorific value.

A. 1 kcal/kg = 1.8 BTU/lb = 4.186 kJ/kg.
B. 1 BTU/ft3 = 8.9 kcal/m3 = 0.038 MJ/m3.
C. 1 BTU/lb = 2.3 kcal/kg.
D. 1 kcal/m3 = 0.1124 BTU/ft3.

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Question 73

If the pH value of a solution changes by one unit, it implies that hydrogen ion concentration in the solution will change __________ times.

A. 10
B. 20
C. 70
D. 100

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Question 74

N.T.P. corresponds to

A. 1 atm.absolute pressure& 0°C
B. 760 mm Hg gauge pressure & 0°C
C. 760 torr & 15°C
D. 101.325 KPa gauge pressure & 0°C

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Question 75

Two solutions A₁ and A₂ have pH value of 2 and 6 respectively. It implies that the solution

A. A₁ is more alkaline than solution A₂
B. A₁ is highly acidic
C. A₁ is very slightly acidic
D. Both A & C

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Question 76

Cp equals Cv at

A. 0°C
B. 0°K
C. 0°F
D. 0°R

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Question 77

Atoms of the same element, but of different masses are called

A. isobars
B. isotones
C. isotopes
D. none of these

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Question 78

The heat evolved in the combustion of benzene is represented by the equation: C₆H₆ + 7.5 O₂ = 6CO₂ + 3H₂O, ΔH = 3264.6 kJ/kg. mole The heat energy change, when 39 gm of C₆H₆ is burnt in an open container, will be __________ kJ/kgmole.

A. 816.15
B. 1632.3
C. -1632.3
D. -2448.45

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Question 79

In case of an unsaturated vapor-gas mixture, the humid volume increases with increase in the

A. Total pressure
B. Absolute humidity at a given temperature
C. Both A & B
D. Neither A nor B

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Question 80

One Newton is equal to __________ dynes.

A. 102
B. 103
C. 104
D. 105

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Question 81

What is the total pressure exerted by a mixture of 0.45 kg mole of benzene, 0.44 kg mole of toluene and 0.23 kg mole of o-xylene at 100°C, if their vapor pressures at 100°C are 1340, 560 and 210 mmHg respectively?

A. 756.2
B. 780.5
C. 801.5
D. 880.5

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Question 82

With rise in pressure, the solubility of gases in solvent, at a fixed temperature

A. increases
B. decreases
C. remains unchanged
D. decreases linearly

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Question 83

Pick out the wrong statement.

A. The effect of pressure on heat capacity of gases at pressure above one atmosphere and above the critical temperature is negligible.
B. The value of Cp of gases increases with increase in pressure, above atmospheric pressure.
C. The value of Cp at critical temperature and pressure reaches infinity.
D. all (a), (b), and (c).

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Question 84

Assuming that CO₂ obeys perfect gas law, calculate the density of CO₂ (in kg/m³) at 263°C and 2 atm.

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

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Question 85

Pick out the wrong statement.

A. Heat capacity of a diatomic gas is higher than that of a monoatomic gas.
B. Equal volumes of Argon and Krypton contain equal number of atoms.
C. Total number of molecules contained in 22.4 litres of hydrogen at NTP is 6.023 x 1023.
D. The binary mixture of a particular com-positidn in both vapor and liquid state is known as an azeotropic mixture

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Question 86

In case of a ternery system involving two liquid components and a solute, the ratio of the concentration of the solute in the two phases at equilibrium is called the distribution co-efficient. The distribution co-efficient depends upon the

A. solute concentration
B. temperature
C. both(a) & (b)
D. neither (a) nor (b)

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Question 87

Dissolving a solute in a solvent does not change its

A. Specific heat
B. Vapour pressure
C. Viscosity
D. None of these

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Question 88

Heat capacity of air can be approximately expressed as, Cp = 26.693 + 7.365 x10⁻³ T, where, Cp is in J/mole.K and T is in K. The heat given off by 1 mole of air when cooled at atmospheric pressure from 500°C to - 100°C is

A. 10.73 kJ
B. 16.15 kJ
C. 18.11 kJ
D. 18.33 kJ

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Question 89

Equal masses of CH4 and H2 are mixed in an empty container. The partial pressure of hydrogen in this container expressed as the fraction of total pressure is

A. 01-Sep
B. 08-Sep
C. 01-Feb
D. 05-Sep

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Question 90

The molecules of a liquid which is in equilibrium with its vapor at its boiling point on an average have equal __________ in the two phases.

A. Potential energy
B. Intermolecular forces
C. Kinetic energy
D. Total energy

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Question 91

Number of gm moles of solute dissolved in 1 kg of solvent is called its

A. Normality
B. Molarity
C. Molality
D. Formality

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Question 92

Real gases approach ideal behaviour at

A. High pressure & high temperature
B. Low pressure & high temperature
C. High pressure & low temperature
D. Low pressure & low temperature

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Question 93

Disappearance of snow in subzero weather exemplifies the process of

A. Evaporation
B. Sublimation
C. Vaporisation
D. Melting

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Question 94

For producing 1 mole of NaCl , how many moles of HCl are required? (Consider NaOH in excess)

A. 1
B. 4
C. 5
D. 6.5

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Question 95

Vapor pressure of water at 100°C is about __________ bar.

A. 0.1013
B. 1.013
C. 10.13
D. 101.3

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Question 96

Mass number of an atom is the sum of the numbers of

A. Neutrons and protons
B. Protons and electrons
C. Neutrons and electrons
D. Both A & B

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Question 97

Molar heat capacity of water in equilibrium with ice at constant pressure is

A. 0
B. ∞
C. 1
D. none of these

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Question 98

56 grams of carbon monoxide is oxidized with excess oxygen, how much carbon dioxide will it produce?

A. 22 grams
B. 44 grams
C. 66 grams
D. 88 grams

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Question 99

Pick out the wrong unit conversion.

A. L kgf= 9.8 Newton
B. 1 stoke = 1 m²/second
C. 1 Pascal second = 10 poise
D. 1 ppm = 1 ml/m³ = 1 mg/kg

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Question 100

S.T.P. corresponds to

A. 1 atm. absolute pressure & 15.5°C.
B. 760 mm Hg gauge pressure & 15.5°C.
C. 760 torr & 0°C.
D. 101.325 kPa gauge pressure & 15.5°C.

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Question 101

A rigid vessel containing three moles of nitrogen gas at 30°C is heated to 250°C. Assume the average capacities of nitrogen to be Cp = 29.1 J/mole.°C and, Cv = 20.8 J/mole.°C. The heat required, neglecting the heat capacity of the vessel, is

A. 13728 J
B. 19206 J
C. 4576 J
D. 12712 J

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Question 102

Applicability of Claussius-Clapeyron equation is subject to the condition that the

A. Vapor follows ideal gas law
B. Volume in the liquid state is negligible
C. Both A & B
D. Neither A nor B

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Question 103

1 kgf/cm2 is not equal to

A. 1 torr
B. 1 bar
C. 10000 mm wc
D. 100 KPa = 100 000 N/m2

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Question 104

Ideal solution is formed, when its components have zero

A. Heat of mixing
B. Volume change
C. Both A & B
D. Neither A nor B

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Question 105

In case of a solution (not of a solid in a liquid), whose total volume is less than the sum of the volumes of its components in their pure states, solubility is

A. Independent of temperature
B. Increases with rise in pressure
C. Increased with decrease in pressure
D. Unchanged with pressure changes

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Question 106

In a mixture of benzene vapor and nitrogen gas at a total pressure of 900 mm Hg, if the absolute humidity of benzene is 0.2 kg benzene/kg nitrogen, the partial pressure of benzene in mm Hg is

A. 180
B. 60.3
C. 720
D. 200

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Question 107

The heat of adsorption of a gas caused by Van der Walls forces of attraction and capillarity is equal to the heat of

A. Normal condensation
B. Wetting
C. Sum of A and B
D. Difference of A and B

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Question 108

Avogadro number is the number of molecules in one __________ of a gas.

A. Gram
B. Kilogram
C. Gm.mole
D. Litre

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Question 109

Cv for monoatomic gases is equal to(where, R = gas constant)

A. R
B. 1.5 R
C. 2R
D. 3R

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Question 110

If HCl is present in excess and the amount of NaOH is doubled, number of moles of NaCl will be ____________

A. Doubled
B. Half
C. Four times
D. None of the mentioned

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Question 111

A solution is made by dissolving 1 kilo mole of solute in 2000 kg of solvent. The molality of the solution is

A. 2
B. 1
C. 0.5
D. 0.5

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Question 112

In case of a solution (not of a solid in a liquid), whose total volume is more than the sum of volumes of its components in their pure states, solubility is

A. Independent of the temperature
B. Increased with the increase in pressure
C. Decreased with the increase in pressure
D. Unchanged by the pressure change

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Question 113

Osmotic pressure of the solution can be increased by

A. Decreasing its temperature
B. Increasing the volume of the vessel containing the solution
C. Diluting the solution
D. None of these

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Question 114

The heat capacity of a solid compound is calculated from the atomic heat capacities of its constituent elements with the help of the

A. Trouton's rule
B. Kopp's rule
C. Antonie equation
D. Kistyakowsky equation

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Question 115

If 1 kg of butane is burned with O2, then how much kg of CO2 will produce by 40 kg of butane?

A. 111.38
B. 121.38
C. 131.38
D. 141.38

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Question 116

How much CO2 in kg can be produced with 1 mole of C4H10? (Consider O2 is in excess)

A. 44
B. 88
C. 132
D. 176

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Question 117

The weight fraction of methanol in an aqueous solution is 0.64. The mole fraction of methanol XM satisfies

A. XM < 0.5
B. XM = 0.5
C. 0.5 < XM < 0.64
D. XM ≥ 0.64

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Question 118

Measurement of the amount of dry gas collected over water from volume of moist gas is based on the

A. Charle's law
B. Dalton's law of partial pressures
C. Avogadro's hypothesis
D. Boyle's law

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Question 119

80 kg of Na₂SO₄ (molecular weight = 142) is present in 330 kg of an aqueous solution. The solution is cooled such that. 80 kg of Na₂SO₄ .10H₂O crystals separate out. The weight fraction of Na₂SO₄ in the remaining solution is

A. 0
B. 0.18
C. 0.24
D. 1

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Question 120

For producing 6 mole of H2O, how many Kgs of Glucose is required?

A. 180
B. 360
C. 540
D. 720

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Question 121

In a neutral solution

A. H⁺ ions are absent
B. OH⁻ ions are absent
C. Both H⁺ and OH⁻ ions are present in very small but equal concentration
D. None of these

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Question 122

pH value of a solution containing equal concentration of hydroxyl and hydrogen ions will be

A. 0
B. 10
C. 7
D. 14

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Question 123

Assuming that CO2 obeys perfect gas law, calculate the density of CO2 (in kg/m3) at 263°C and 2 atm.

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

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Question 124

For producing 4 gram moles of HNO3, how many grams of NO2 are required?

A. 274
B. 275
C. 276
D. 277

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Question 125

The boiling points for pure water and pure toluene are 100°C and 110.6°C respectively. Toluene and water are completely immiscible in each other. A well agitated equimolar mixture of toluene and water are prepared. If, at a total pressure of one standard atm. exerted by the vapours of water and toluene, the mole fraction of water Xw in the vapour phase satisfies

A. 0 < Xw < 0.5
B. Xw = 0.5
C. 0.5 < Xw < 1.0
D. Xw = 1.0

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Question 126

If the partial pressure of the solvent in the vapor phase is equal to the vapor pressure of the solvent at that temperature, then the system is said to be at its

A. Bubble point
B. Saturation temperature
C. Dew point
D. Both B and C

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Question 127

Pick out the wrong statement.

A. To make 100 kg of a solution containing 40% salt by mixing solution A (containing 25% salt) and solution B (containing 50% salt), the amount of solution A required is 40 kg
B. 1.2 gm atoms of carbon and 1.5 gm moles of oxygen are reacted to give 1 gm mole of carbon dioxide. The limiting reactant is carbon. The percent excess reactant supplied is 25
C. A gas bubble at a pressure of Pg is passed through a solvent with a saturation vapour pressure of Ps. If the time of passage of the bubble is long and air is insoluble in the sol
D. A supersaturated solution of a sparingly soluble solute, at a concentration of C, is being fed to a crystalliser at a volumetric flow rate of V. The solubility .of the solute is C₁. The output rate

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Question 128

pH value of H₂SO₄ (5% concentration) is

A. 5
B. 7
C. > 7
D. < 7

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Question 129

1 kg/cm² is equal to

A. 760 torr
B. 1KPa
C. 10 metres of water column
D. 1 metre of water column

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Question 130

How many gms of HCl can be produced with 16 gms of CH4? (Consider Cl2 in excess)

A. 18.5
B. 36.5
C. 54.5
D. None of the mentioned

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Question 131

The boiling points for pure water and pure toluene are 100°C and 110.6°C respectively. Toluene and water are completely immiscible in each other. A well agitated equimolar mixture of toluene and water are prepared. The temperature at which the above mixture will exert a pressure of one standard atm. is

A. Less than 100°C
B. 100°C
C. Between 100 and 110°C
D. 110.6°C

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Question 132

1 mole of glucose is burnt, how much carbon dioxide will it produce?

A. 44 grams
B. 176 grams
C. 264 grams
D. 352 grams

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Question 133

Addition of a non-volatile solute to a pure solvent

A. Increases its freezing point
B. Increases its boiling point
C. Decreases its freezing point
D. Both B and C

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Question 134

C2H4 + xO2 -> 2CO2 + yH2O, what is the value of x + y?

A. 2
B. 3
C. 5
D. 8

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Question 135

What is the value of b?

A. 1
B. 3
C. 5
D. 7

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Question 136

1/A pound moles of CaSO4 are used to produce 222 kg of CaCl2. What is the value of A? Assume NaCl in excess.

A. 127
B. 227
C. 327
D. 427

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Question 137

In a chemical process, the recycle stream is purged for

A. Increasing the product yield
B. Enriching the product
C. Limiting the inerts
D. Heat conservation

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Question 138

Which of the following is not a colligative property?

A. Osmotic pressure
B. Depression of freezing point
C. Lowering of vapor pressure
D. None of these

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Question 139

The amount of Zn (atomic weight = 65) required to form 224 c.c. of H₂ at N.T.P. on treatment with dilute H₂SO₄ will be __________ gm.

A. 0.065
B. 0.65
C. 6.5
D. 65

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Question 140

pH value of a solution containing 1 gm of hydrogen ion per litre will be

A. 0
B. 1
C. 7
D. 10

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Question 141

CaCO₃ contains __________ percent of Ca by weight.

A. 40
B. 48
C. 96
D. 12

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Question 142

Othmer chart is useful in estimating the heat of

A. Mixing
B. Wetting
C. Adsorption
D. None of these

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Question 143

A gas at 0°C is cooled at constant pressure until its volume becomes half the original volume. The temperature of the gas at this state will be

A. -136.5°C
B. - 136.5°K
C. -273°C
D. 0°K

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Question 144

The atomic heat capacities of all solid elements __________ with decrease in temperature.

A. Increases
B. Decreases
C. Remains unchanged
D. Approach zero at 0°C

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Question 145

At a constant volume, for a fixed number of moles of a gas, the pressure of the gas increases with rise of temperature due to

A. Decrease in mean free path
B. Increased collision rate among molecules
C. Increase in molecular attraction
D. Increase in average molecular speed

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Question 146

60 grams of FeS2, is burnt in air, how much sulfur dioxide will produce?

A. 16 grams
B. 32 grams
C. 64 grams
D. 128 grams

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Question 147

What is the value of b?

A. 1
B. 3
C. 6
D. 9

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Question 148

Total energy at a point comprises of __________ energy.

A. Potential & kinetic
B. Pressure
C. Internal
D. All of the above

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Question 149

Concentration of a solution expressed in terms of __________ is independent of temperature.

A. Molarity
B. Normality
C. Molality
D. None of these

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Question 150

The temperature at which real gases obey the ideal gas law over a wide range of pressure is called the __________ temperature.

A. Reduced
B. Boyle
C. Critical
D. Inversion

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Question 151

One of the specific gravity scales is "Brix" (used speicifically for sugar solution). It is defined as

A. Brix = (400/G) - 400
B. Brix = 200 (G-1)
C. Brix = 145 - (145/G)
D. None of these

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Question 152

Recycling in a chemical process facilitates

A. Increased yield
B. Enrichment of product
C. Heat conservation
D. All of the above

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Question 153

Osmotic pressure of a dilute solution of a non volatile solute in a solvent obeying Raoult's law is proportional to the

A. temperature.
B. volume of solution.
C. moles of non-volatile solute.
D. none of these.

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Question 154

Refluxing of part of the distillate in a fractionating column is a 'recycling operation', aimed primarily at

A. Heat conservation
B. Yield enhancement
C. Product enrichment
D. None of these

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Question 155

Which of the following is an exothermic reaction ?

A. Conversion of graphite to diamond
B. Decomposition of water
C. Dehydrogenation of ethane to ethylene
D. none of these

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Question 156

Number of gram equivalent of solute dissolved in one litre of solution is called its

A. Normally
B. Molarity
C. Molality
D. Formality

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Question 157

At room temperature, the product [H⁺] [OH⁻] in a solution is 10⁻¹⁴ moles/litre. If, [OH⁻] = 10⁻⁶ moles/litre, then the pH of the solution will be

A. 6
B. 8
C. 10
D. 12

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Question 158

The value of the gas-law constant 'R' is 1.987

A. Kcal/kg-mole.°C
B. Btu/lb-mole.°R
C. Kcal/kg-mole.°K
D. Both B & C

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Question 159

Claussius Clapeyron equation applies to the __________ process.

A. Sublimation
B. Melting
C. Vaporisation
D. All of the above

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Question 160

Which of the following does stoichiometry of a reaction is all about?

A. Extent of reaction
B. Heat of reaction
C. Amount of reactants and products
D. None of the mentioned

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Question 161

Atmospheric pressure corresponds to a hydrostatic head of

A. 13.6 cms of Hg
B. 34 ft ofH₂O
C. 1 metre of H₂O
D. 13.6 metres of Hg

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Question 162

Atomic __________ of an element is a whole number.

A. Weight
B. Number
C. Volume
D. Radius

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Question 163

Heat of reaction is a function of the

A. Pressure
B. Temperature
C. Both(a)&(b)
D. Neither (a) nor (b)

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Question 164

On addition of 1 c.c. of dilute hydrochloric acid (1% concentration) to 80 c.c. of a buffer solution of pH = 4, the pH of the solution becomes

A. 1
B. 8
C. 4
D. 2

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Question 165

What is the value of a+b+c+d?

A. 10
B. 12
C. 13
D. 14

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Question 166

A car tyre of volume 0.057 m³ is inflated to 300 kPa at 300 K. After the car is driven for 10 hours, the pressure in the tyre increases to 330 kPa. Assume air is an ideal gas and Cv for air is 21 J/mole.K. The change in the internal energy of air in the tyre in J/mole is

A. 380
B. 630
C. 760
D. 880

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Question 167

Which of the following is an exothermic reaction?

A. Conversion of graphite to diamond
B. Decomposition of water
C. Dehydrogenation of ethane to ethylene
D. None of these

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Question 168

Normality of a solution does not change with the increase in the

A. Pressure
B. Temperature
C. Solute concentration
D. Dilution of the solution

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Question 169

Size range of the colloidals particles is

A. 5 - 200 milli-microns
B. 50 - 200 microns
C. 500 - 1000 microns
D. 10 - 50 Angstrom

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Question 170

Kopp's rule is concerned with the calculation of

A. thermal conductivity.
B. heat capacity.
C. viscosity.
D. surface tension.

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Question 171

The chemical nature of an element is independent of

A. its atomic number.
B. the number of protons or electrons present in it.
C. the number of neutrons present in it.
D. none of these.

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Question 172

Which of the following is not a unit of pressure?

A. Torr
B. Newton/m²
C. Parsec
D. Ata, bar or pascal

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Question 173

Assuming applicability of ideal gas law, the pure component volume of the vapor in a saturated gas can be calculated from theoretical relationship. The volumetric composition of a vapor saturated gas is independent of the

A. Nature of the liquid
B. Nature of the gas
C. Temperature of the liquid
D. Total pressure

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Question 174

Pick out the wrong statement.

A. Reduced temperature' of a substance is the ratio of its existing temperature to its critical temperature, both expressed on celsius scale
B. Reduced pressure' is the ratio of the existing pressure of a substance to its critical pressure
C. Reduced volume' is the ratio of the existing molal volume of a substance to its critical molal volume
D. None of these

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Question 175

An oxidation process is accompanied by decrease in the

A. Number of electrons
B. Oxidation number
C. Number of ions
D. All of the above

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Question 176

The density of a gas at N.T.P.is 'ρ'. Keeping the pressure constant (i.e. 760 mm Hg), the 3 density of the gas will become ¾ 0.75ρ at a temperature of __________ °K

A. 273°
B. 300°
C. 400°
D. 300°

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Question 177

Assume that benzene is insoluble in water. The normal boiling points of benzene and water are 80.1 and 100°C respectively. At a pressure of 1 atm, the boiling point of a mixture of benzene and water is

A. 80.1°C
B. Less than 80.1°C
C. 100°C
D. Greater than 80.1°C but less than 100°C

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Question 178

1 kg of calcium carbide (CaC₂) produces about 0.41 kg of acetylene gas on treatment with water. How many hours of service can be derived from 1 kg of calcium carbide in an acetylene lamp burning 35 litres of gas at NTP per hour?

A. 5
B. 10
C. 15
D. 20

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Question 179

Internal energy of a substance comprises of the __________ energy.

A. Vibrational
B. Rotational
C. Translational
D. All of the above

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Question 180

6 gms of magnesium (atomic weight = 24), reacts with excess of an acid, the amount of H₂ produced will be __________ gm. gm.

A. 0.5
B. 1
C. 3
D. 5

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Question 181

Gases having same reduced temperatures and reduced pressures

A. deviate from ideal gas behaviour to the same degree.
B. have nearly the same compressibility factor.
C. both (a) and (b).
D. neither (a) nor (b).

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Question 182

Sometimes, in chemical processes, a part of the outlet stream is rejected as waste in order to keep the impurity level in the system within limits. This phenomenon is termed as the

A. Recycling
B. Purging
C. Bypassing
D. Recirculation

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Question 183

For any system, the __________ heat of solution is dependent on the temperature and the adsorbate concentration.

A. Integral
B. Differential
C. Both A & B
D. Neither A nor B

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Question 184

The net heat evolved or absorbed in a chemical process, i.e. total change in the enthalpy of the system is independent of the

A. Temperature & pressure
B. Number of intermediate chemical reactions involved
C. State of aggregation & the state of combination at the beginning & the end of the reaction
D. None of these

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Question 185

For producing 34 gms of NH3, how many gms of H2 is required?

A. 3
B. 6
C. 9
D. 12

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Question 186

__________ kg of CaCO₃ on heating will give 56 kg of CaO.

A. 56
B. 100
C. 144
D. 1000

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Question 187

Pick out the wrong statement about the recycle stream in a process.

A. Recycling in a process stream helps in utilising the valuable reactants to the maximum with minimum loss of reactants
B. The ratio of the quantity of a reactant present in the reactor feed of a recycling operation to the quantity of the same reactant entering the process as fresh feed is called combined feed ratio
C. Recycling in a process does not help in getting higher extent of reaction
D. Recycling is exemplified by refluxing back a part of the distillate to the distillation column to maintain the quantity of liquid within the column

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Question 188

In which of the following case of mixing of a strong acid with strong base (each of 1N concentration), temperature increase will be the highest?

A. 30 c.c acid and 30 c.c base
B. 20 c.c acid and 25 c.c base
C. 15 c.c acid and 35 c.c base
D. 35 c.c acid and 15 c.c base

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Question 189

Pick out the wrong unit conversion of thermal conductivity.

A. 1 BTU/ft².hr.°F/ft = 1.488 kcal/m². hr.°C/m
B. 1 BTU/ft².hr.°F/inch = 1.488 kcal/m². hr.°C/m
C. 1 kcal/m.hr.°C = 0.672 BTU/ft.hr.°F = 1.163 W/m. °K
D. 1 W/cm.°C = 85.985 kcal/m.hr.°C = 57.779 BTU/ft.hr.°F

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Question 190

1 ata is equivalent to

A. 1 atm
B. 10 torr
C. 0.98 Pascal
D. 1 kgf/cm²

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Question 191

The value of b, is?

A. 1.5
B. 2.5
C. 3.5
D. 4.5

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Question 192

Pick out the wrong statement.

A. The effect of pressure on heat capacity of gases at pressure above one atmosphere and above the critical temperature is negligible
B. The value of Cp of gases increases with increase in pressure, above atmospheric pressure
C. The value of Cp at critical temperature and pressure reaches infinity
D. All of the above

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Question 193

Density of carbon dioxide is __________ kg/Nm³.

A. 44/22400
B. 44/22.4
C. 22.4/44
D. None of these

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Question 194

How much CO2 in kg can be produced with 1 mole of CH4? (Consider O2 is in excess)

A. 44
B. 88
C. 132
D. 176

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Question 195

Isotonic solutions must have the same

A. Viscosity
B. Molar concentration
C. Normality
D. Critical temperature

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Question 196

For a reacation, X → Y, if the concentration of 'X' is tripled; the rate becomes nine times. The order of reaction is

A. 0
B. 1
C. 2
D. 3

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Question 197

For producing 10 moles of H2O, how many moles of CH4 are required? (Consider O2 is in excess)

A. 1
B. 2
C. 5
D. 10

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Question 198

20 grams of CaCO3 is heated, how much calcium oxide will produce?

A. 5.6 grams
B. 11.2 grams
C. 22.4 grams
D. 44.8 grams

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Question 199

wC3H6O3 + xO2 –> yCO2 + zH2O, what is the value of w + x + y + z?

A. 3
B. 6
C. 10
D. 14

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Question 200

The molar composition of a gas is 10% H₂, 10% O₂, 30% CO₂ and balance H₂O. If 50% H₂O condenses, the final mole percent of H₂ in the gas on a dry basis will be be

A. 10%
B. 5%
C. 18.18%
D. 20%

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Question 201

How much CO2 in kg can be produced with 1 mole of O2? (Consider C4H10 is in excess)

A. 26.07
B. 27.07
C. 28.08
D. 29.08

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Question 202

The pH value of a solution is 5.9. If the hydrogen ion concentration is decreased hundred times, the solution will be

A. Basic
B. More acidic
C. Neutral
D. Of the same acidity

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Question 203

Which of the following is insensitive to changes in pressure?

A. Heat of vaporisation
B. Melting point
C. Heat of fusion
D. Both B & C

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Question 204

The heats of vaporisation of CS₂, C₂H₅OH &H₂O are 26.8, 38.6 & 40.6 KJ/kg mole respectively. The order of decreasing inter-molecular forces in these liquids is

A. H₂O > C₂H₅OH > CS₂
B. CS₂ > C₂H₅OH > H₂O
C. H₂O > CS₂ > C₂H₅OH
D. CS₂ > H₂O > C₂H₅OH

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Question 205

At standard conditions, N₂ + 2O₂ ⇋ 2NO₂; ΔG° = 100 kJ/moleNO + ½O₂ ⇋ 2NO₂; ΔG° = -35 kJ/moleThe standard free energy of formation of NO in kJ/mole is

A. 15
B. 30
C. 85
D. 170

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Question 206

6 gms of magnesium (atomic weight = 24), reacts with excess of an acid, the amount of H2 produced will be __________ gm.

A. 0.5
B. 1
C. 3
D. 5

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Question 207

1 torr is equivalent to

A. 1 mm Hg
B. 1 Pascal
C. 1 ata
D. 1 mm wc

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Question 208

The law of _____________ states that chemical reactions proceed with fix ratios of the number of reactant and products and products involved in the reaction.

A. Mass Conservation
B. Mole Conservation
C. Constant Proportionality
D. None of the mentioned

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Question 209

Pick out the wrong unit conversion of mass transfer co-efficient.

A. 1 lb/hr.ft³.atm. = 4.8182 kg/hr.m².bar
B. 1 kg/hr.m².atm= 0.98687 kg/hr. m .bar
C. 1 lb/hr . ft² = 4.8823 kg/hr . m²
D. 1 kg/hr . m² = 4.8823 lb/hr . ft²

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Question 210

The gravimetric (i.e., by weight) composition of a vapor saturated gas is independent of the

A. Nature of both the gas & the liquid
B. Temperature
C. Total pressure
D. None of these

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Question 211

The equilibrium value of the mole fraction of the gas dissolved in a liquid is directly proportional to the partial pressure of that gas above the liquid surface. This statement pertaining to the solubility of gases in liquid is the __________ law.

A. Raoult's
B. Henry's
C. Amgat's
D. None of these

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Question 212

Viscosity of atmospheric air may be about __________ centipoise.

A. 0.015
B. 1.5
C. 15
D. 150

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Question 213

The heat capacity of most substances is greater for the __________ state.

A. Solid
B. Liquid
C. Gaseous
D. None of these

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Question 214

The temperature at which the second Virial co-efficient of a real gas is zero is called the

A. Eutectic point
B. Boyle temperature
C. Boiling point
D. Critical temperature

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Question 215

If 1 Nm³ of O₂ contains 'N' number of molecules, then number of molecules in 2Nm³ of SO₂ will be

A. N
B. N/2
C. 2N
D. 4N

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Question 216

Which of the following gases will have the- highest kinetic energy per mole at the same pressure & temperature?

A. Chlorine
B. Nitrogen
C. Ethane
D. All of the above

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Question 217

For an ideal solution, the total vapor pressure varies __________ with the composition(expressed as mole fraction).

A. Inversely
B. Exponentially
C. Linearly
D. Negligibly

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Question 218

Which of the following is not a unit of pressure ?

A. Torr
B. Newton/m2
C. Parsec
D. Ata, bar or pascal

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Question 219

In case of a ternery system involving two liquid components and a solute, the ratio of the concentration of the solute in the two phases at equilibrium is called the distribution co-efficient. The distribution co-efficient depends upon the

A. Solute concentration
B. Temperature
C. Both A & B
D. Neither A nor B

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Question 220

How many grams of C2H6 are required to produce 88 grams of CO2 when it is burned in the excess of oxygen?

A. 15
B. 30
C. 45
D. 60

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Question 221

Dry air is a mixture of

A. Vapors
B. Gases
C. Both A & B
D. Neither A nor B

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Question 222

1 centipoise is equivalent to

A. 1 gm/cm.second
B. 1 centistoke
C. 2.42 lb/ft.hr
D. 2.42 lb/ft.second

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Question 223

Pick out the wrong statement.

A. One kg-mole of an ideal gas occupies 22.4 m³ at N.T.P
B. One lb-mole of an ideal gas occupies 359 ft³ at N.T.P
C. One gm-mole of an ideal gas occupies 22.4 litres (i.e., 22400 c.c) at N.T.P
D. Density of dry air at N.T.P. is 1 gm/litre

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Question 224

Except for monoatomic gases, the molal heat capacity at constant volume for all gases is __________ Kcal/Kg mole.° K.

A. 3
B. > 3
C. < 3
D. < 1

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Question 225

A compound was found having nitrogen and oxygen in the ratio 28 gm and 80 gm respectively. The formula of the compound is

A. N₂O₄
B. N₂O₅
C. N₂O₃
D. None of these

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Question 226

If HCl is present in excess and the amount of NaOH is doubled, number of moles of H2O will be ____________

A. Doubled
B. Half
C. Four times
D. None of the mentioned

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Question 227

With increase in temperature, the surface tension of water

A. Increases
B. Decreases
C. Remains constant
D. Increases linearly

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Question 228

For producing 90 gms of water in the reaction, how many moles of C4H10 are required?

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

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Question 229

A 'limiting reactant' is the one, which decides the __________ in the chemical reacation.

A. Equilibrium constant
B. Conversion
C. Rate constant
D. None of these

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Question 230

The value of d, is?

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

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Question 231

Gases diffuse faster compared to liquids because of the reason that the liquid molecules

A. Are held together by stronger inter-molecular forces
B. Move faster
C. Have no definite shape
D. Are heavier

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Question 232

The depression in freezing point of a solution is

A. Inversely proportional to the mass of solvent
B. Directly proportional to the mole of solute
C. Both A & B
D. Neither A nor B

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Question 233

At a temperature of 0°K, the molecules of a gas have only __________ energy.

A. Rotational
B. Vibrational
C. Translational
D. None of these

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Question 234

For estimation of heat capacity of a solid compound, one can use

A. Clayperon's equation
B. Gibb's equation
C. Kopp's rule
D. Trouton's rule

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Question 235

How many moles of CaCl2 will be produced using 300 kg of CaSO4? Assume NaCl in excess.

A. 2.2 kg
B. 4.2 kg
C. 6.2 kg
D. 8.2 kg

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Question 236

The number of water molecules present in a drop of water weighing 0.018 gm is 6.023 x __________

A. 1026
B. 1023
C. 1020
D. 1019

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Question 237

An equation for calculating vapour pressure is given by, log10 P = A - B(t + c). This is called the

A. Kistyakowsky equation
B. Antonic equation
C. Kopp's rule
D. Trouton's rule

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Question 238

Hess's law of constant heat summation is based on conservation of mass. It deals with

A. Equilibrium constant
B. Reaction rate
C. Changes in heat of reaction
D. None of these

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Question 239

Compressibility factor of a real gas is the ratio of the actual volume to that predicted by ideal gas law. As the pressure of the gas approaches zero, the compressibility factor approaches

A. ∞
B. 0
C. 1
D. 0.24

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Question 240

How many phases are present at eutectic point?

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. Unpredictable

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Question 241

A vapor whose partial pressure is less than its equilibrium vapor pressure is called the __________ vapor.

A. Saturated
B. Superheated
C. Unsaturated
D. Dry gaseous

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Question 242

The temperature of a gas in a closed container is 27° C. If the temperature of the gas is incresed to 300° C, then the pressure exerted is

A. Doubled
B. Halved
C. Trebled
D. Unpredictable

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Question 243

What is the simplest formula of a compound containing 50% of element A (atomic weight = 10) and 50% of element B (atomic weight = 20)?

A. AB₃
B. A₂B₃
C. A₂B
D. AB₂

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Question 244

In a binary liquid system, the composition expressed as __________ is independent of the temperature & pressure.

A. Kg of solute/kg of solvent
B. Kg-mole of solute/kg-mole of solvent
C. Kg-mole of solute/1000 kg of solvent
D. All of the above

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Question 245

If pH value of a solution is 8, then its pOH value will be

A. 6
B. 1
C. 7
D. 10

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Question 246

What is the value of c?

A. 2
B. 4
C. 6
D. 8

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Question 247

An aqueous solution of 2.45% by weight H₂SO₄ has a specific gravity of 1.011. The composition expressed in normality is

A. 0.25
B. 0.2528
C. 0.5
D. 0.5055

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Question 248

A solution of specific gravity 1 consists of 35% A by weight and the remaining B. If the specific gravity of A is 0.7, the specific gravity of Bis

A. 1.25
B. 1.3
C. 1.35
D. 1.2

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Question 249

Kopp's rule is concerned with the calculation of

A. Thermal conductivity
B. Heat capacity
C. Viscosity
D. Surface tension

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Question 250

Validity of the relationship, inputs = outputs, holds good for the system at steady state

A. With chemical reaction
B. Without chemical reaction
C. Without chemical reaction & losses
D. None of these

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Question 251

Heat of transition is the heat evolved or absorbed, when a substance is converted from

A. Vapor to liquid
B. Vapor to solid
C. Solid to liquid
D. One allotropic form to another allotropic form

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Question 252

In physical adsorption, as compared to chemisorption, the

A. Quantity adsorbed per unit mass is higher
B. Rate of adsorption is controlled by the resistance to surface reaction
C. Activation energy is very high
D. Heat of adsorption is very large

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Question 253

One mole of methane undergoes complete combustion in a stoichiometric amount of air. The reaction proceeds as CH₄ + 2O₂ → CO₂ + 2H₂O. Both the reactants and products are in gas phase. ΔH°298 = - 730 kJ/mole of methane. If the average specific heat of all the gases/vapour is 40 J/mole.K, the maximum temperature rise of the exhaust gases in °C would be approximately equal to

A. 1225
B. 1335
C. 1525
D. 1735

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Question 254

Number of gm moles of solute dissolved in one litre of a solution is called its

A. Equivalent weight
B. Molarity
C. Molality
D. Normality

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Question 255

Roult's law is obeyed by a __________ solution.

A. Saturated
B. Molar
C. Normal
D. None of these

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Question 256

Which of the following expressions defines the Baume gravity scale for liquids heavier than water?

A. (141.5/G) - 131.5
B. 145 - (145/G)
C. 200(G-1)
D. (400/G) - 400

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Question 257

xFeS2 + yO2 -> zFe2O3 + wSO2, what is the value of x + y + z + w?

A. 16
B. 21
C. 25
D. 32

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Question 258

What is the value of d?

A. 1
B. 4
C. 5
D. 6.5

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Question 259

The number of atoms of oxygen present in 11.2 litres of ozone (O₃) at N.T.P. are

A. 3.01 x 10²²
B. 6.02 x 10²³
C. 9.03 x 10²⁴
D. 1.20 x 10²⁴

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Question 260

Which of the following ratios defines the recycle ratio in a chemical process?

A. Gross feed stream/recycle feed stream
B. Recycle stream/fresh feed stream
C. Recycle stream/gross feed stream
D. None of these

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Question 261

A long cylinder and a sphere both of 5 cms diameter are made from the same porous material. The flat ends of cylinder are sealed. Both the cylinder and sphere are saturated with the same solution of sodium chloride. Later both the objects are immersed for a short and equal interval of time in a large tank of water which is well agitated. The fraction of salt remaining in the cylinder and the sphere are Xc and Xs respectively. Which of the following statement is correct?

A. Xc > Xs
B. Xc = Xs
C. Xc < Xs
D. Xc greater/less than Xs depending on the length of the cylinder

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Question 262

According to Raoult's law, "The vapor pressure exerted by component in a solution is proportional to the mole fraction of that component." Raoult's law is not applicable under the following assumption/condition.

A. No component is concentrated at the surface of the solution
B. The component molecules are non polar and are of almost equal size
C. In the formation of solution, chemical combination/molecular association between unlike molecules takes place
D. The attractive forces between like and unlike molecules are almost equal

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Question 263

When 32gms of CH4 is burned with excess oxygen, how many grams of CO2 are produced?

A. 44
B. 88
C. 132
D. 176

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Question 264

For producing 10 moles of H2O, how many moles of C4H10 are required? (Consider O2 is in excess)

A. 1
B. 2
C. 5
D. 10

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Question 265

The vapor pressures of benzene and toluene are 3 and 4/3 atmospheres respectively. A liquid feed of 0.4 moles of benzene and 0.6 moles of toluene is vapourised. Assuming that the products are in equilibrium, the vapor phase mole fraction of benzene is

A. 0.4
B. 0.6
C. 0.8
D. 0.2

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Question 266

Saturated molal absolute humidity of the vapor-gas mixture depends upon the

A. Vapor pressure at dry bulb temperature
B. Total pressure
C. Both A & B
D. Neither A nor B

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Question 267

__________ fuels require the maximum percentage of 'excess air' for complete combustion.

A. Solid
B. Liquid
C. Gaseous
D. Nuclear

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Question 268

The molecular velocity of a real gas is proportional to (where, T = absolute temperature of the gas).

A. √T
B. T
C. T²
D. 1/√T

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Question 269

The vapor pressure of the solvent decreased by 10 mm Hg, when a non-volatile solute was added to the solvent. The mole fraction of the solute in the solution is 0.2. What should be the mole fraction of the solvent, if the decrease in vapor pressure of the solvent is required to be 20 mm Hg.?

A. 0.2
B. 0.1
C. 0.4
D. 0.6

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Question 270

The vapor pressure of water at 100°C is

A. 100N/m²
B. 76 cms of Hg
C. 13.6 cms of Hg
D. 760 mm wc

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Question 271

N₂ content in a urea sample was found to be only 42%. What is the actual urea content of the sample ? (molecular weight of urea = 60)

A. 80%
B. 90%
C. 95%
D. 98%

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Question 272

The pressure of 'V' litres of a dry gas is increased from 1 to 2 kgf/cm² at a constant temperature. The new volume will become

A. V/2
B. 2V
C. V/4
D. V²

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Question 273

The heat change for the reaction, C(s) + 2S(s) → CS2(l), is 104.2 kJ. It represents the heat of

A. formation
B. solution
C. combustion
D. fusion

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Question 274

A gas at 0°C was subjected to constant pressure cooling until its volume became half the original volume. The temperature of the gas at this stage will be

A. 0°C
B. 0°K
C. -136.5°C
D. -136.5°K

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Question 275

The heat capacity of a solid compound is approximately equal to the sum of the heat capacities of the constituent elements. This is the statement of

A. Law of Petit and Dulong
B. Kopp's rule
C. Nearnst heat theorem
D. Trouton's rule

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Question 276

A vessel of volume 1000 m³ contains air which is saturated with water vapour. The total pressure and temperature are 100 kPa and 20°C respectively. Assuming that the vapour pressure of water at 20°C is 2.34 kPa, the amount of water vapour (in kg) in the vessel is approximately

A. 17
B. 20
C. 25
D. 34

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Question 277

Sodium __________ has inverted solubility curve i.e. its solubility increases with the lowering of temperature.

A. Carbonate (monohydrate)
B. Chloride
C. Thiosulphate
D. Bisulphite

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Question 278

The unit of specific heat at constant pressure, Cp, in SI unit is

A. W/m²°C
B. J/kg°K
C. W/m°K
D. J/m³°K

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Question 279

What is the value of d?

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

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Question 280

The osmotic pressure of a solution is directly proportional to the

A. Lowering of vapor pressure
B. Molecular concentration of the solute
C. Absolute temperature of a given concentration
D. All of the above

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Question 281

How much O₂ can be obtained from 90 kg of water?

A. 32 kg
B. 80 kg
C. 64 kg
D. 90 kg

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Question 282

A metal oxide is reduced by heating it in a stream of hydrogen. After complete reduction, it is found that 3.15 gm of the oxide has yielded 1.05 gm of the metal. It may be inferred that the

A. atomic weight of the metal is 4.
B. equivalent weight of the metal is 4.
C. atomic weight of the metal is 2.
D. equivalent weight of the metal is 8.

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Question 283

For producing 1 mole of HCl, how many moles of CH4 are required? (Consider Cl2 in excess)

A. 1
B. 4
C. 5
D. 6.5

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Question 284

How many gms of CH3Cl can be produced with 16 gms of CH4? (Consider Cl2 in excess)

A. 50.5
B. 58.5
C. 60.5
D. None of the mentioned

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Question 285

Pure aniline is evaporating through a stagnant air film of 1 mm thickness at 300 K and a total pressure of 100 KPa. The vapor pressure of aniline at 300 K is 0.1 KPa. The total molar concentration under these conditions is 40.1 mole/m³ . The diffusivity of aniline in air is 0.74xl0-5m²/s.The numerical value of mass transfer co-efficient is 7.4 x 10-3. Its units are

A. M/s
B. Cm/s
C. Mole/m².s.Pa
D. Kmole/m².s.Pa

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Question 286

Which of the following is not a unit of pressure?

A. Parsec
B. Kilo-pascal
C. Bar
D. Newton/metre²

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Question 287

For the gaseous phase reaction, N₂ + O₂ ⇋ 2NO, ΔH = + 80 kJ/kg. mole; the decomposition of NO is favoured by

A. Increasing the concentration of N₂
B. Decrease in temperature
C. Increase in pressure
D. Decrease in pressure

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Question 288

One 'Therm' is equivalent to

A. 10⁵ BTU
B. 10⁵ kcal
C. 10⁹ BTU
D. 10⁹ kcal

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Question 289

The number of H⁺ in 1 c.c solution of pH 13 is

A. 6.023 xl0¹³
B. 6.023 x 10¹⁰
C. 6.023xl0⁷
D. 10¹³

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Question 290

Air at a temperature of 20°C and 750 mm Hg pressure has a relative humidity of 80%. What is its percentage humidity?Vapour pressure of water at 20°C is 17.5 mm Hg.

A. 80.38
B. 80
C. 79.62
D. 78.51

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Question 291

A sugar solution containing __________ percent sugar is equivalent to 1 Brix.

A. 0.01
B. 0.1
C. 1
D. 10

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Question 292

Pick out the wrong statement.

A. Heat capacity of a diatomic gas is higher than that of a monoatomic gas
B. Equal volumes of Argon and Krypton contain equal number of atoms
C. Total number of molecules contained in 22.4 litres of hydrogen at NTP is 6.023 x 1023
D. The binary mixture of a particular com-positidn in both vapor and liquid state is known as an azeotropic mixture

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Question 293

Cp - Cv, for an ideal gas is equal to

A. R
B. R/2
C. 2R
D. 3R

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Question 294

Pick out the wrong statement:

A. The integral heat of solution of either components can not be calculated from heat of mixing data
B. The average value of heat of neutralisation of dilute solutions of weak acids and bases is much less compared to that for strong acids and bases
C. The standard heat of solution of the hydrate of a substance is the difference between the heat of solution of the anhydrous substance and its heat of hydration
D. The accompanying enthalpy change, when a solute is dissolved in solvent, depends upon the nature & amount of the solute & the solvent, on the temperature & on the initial & final conce

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Question 295

An ideal gas can be liquified, because

A. Its molecular size is very small
B. Its critical temperature is more than 0°C
C. Forces operative between its molecules are negligible
D. It gets solidified directly without becoming liquid

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Question 296

Density of carbon dioxide is __________ kg/Nm3.

A. 44/22400
B. 44/22.4
C. 22.4/44
D. none of these

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Question 297

For producing 36 gms of water in the reaction, how many moles of CH4 are required?

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

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Question 298

Solution made by dissolving equimolar amounts of different solutes in the same amount of a given solvent will have the

A. same elevation in boiling point.
B. different elevation in boiling point.
C. elevation in boiling point in the ratio of their molecular weights.
D. none of these.

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Question 299

Heat of solution in a system in which both solute and solvent are liquids is termed as

A. heat of solvation.
B. heat of hydration.
C. standard integral heat of solution.
D. heat of mixing.

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Question 300

In case of an unsaturated vapor-gas mixture, the humid volume increases with increase in the

A. total pressure.
B. absolute humidity at a given temperature.
C. both (a) and (b).
D. neither (a) nor (b).

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Question 301

How many moles of H2O can be produced with 73 gms of HCl? (Consider NaOH in excess)

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. None of the mentioned

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Question 302

Pick out the wrong statement.

A. Atomic heat capacities of the crystalline solid elements are nearly constant and equal to 6.2 kcal/kg-atom according to the law of Petit and Dulong
B. Atomic heat capacities of all solid elements decrease greatly with decrease in temperature, approaching a value of zero at absolute zero temperature, when in the crystalline state
C. Generally, the heat capacities of compounds are lower in the liquid than in the solid state
D. The heat capacity of a heterogeneous mixture is an additive property, but when solutions are formed, this additive property may no longer exist

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Question 303

In general, the specific heats of aqueous solutions __________ with increase in the concentration of the solute.

A. Increase
B. Decrease
C. Remain unchanged
D. None of these

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Question 304

If the amount of CO2 produced is 44 gms, then How many Kgs of Glucose was in the feed?

A. 30
B. 60
C. 90
D. 120

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Question 305

Enthalpy change resulting, when unit mass of solid is wetted with sufficient liquid, so that further addition of liquid produces no additional thermal effect, is called the heat of

A. Mixing
B. Adsorption
C. Wetting
D. Complete wetting

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Question 306

Heat of __________ of a fuel is called its calorific value.

A. Formation
B. Combustion
C. Reaction
D. Vaporisation

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Question 307

At higher temperatures, molal heat capacities for most of the gases (at constant pressure) __________ with increase in temperature.

A. Varies linearly
B. Increases
C. Decreases
D. Does not vary

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Question 308

Volume percent for gases is equal to the

A. Weight percent
B. Mole percent
C. Weight percent only for ideal gases
D. Mole percent only for ideal gases

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Question 309

Isotopes are atoms having the same

A. Mass number
B. Number of neutrons
C. Atomic mass
D. None of these

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Question 310

In __________ process, ions of salts react with water to produce acidity or alkalinity.

A. Hydration
B. Hydrolysis
C. Electrolysis
D. Dialysis

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Question 311

The equilibria relations in a multicom-ponent and multiphase system can not be calculated with the help of the

A. Phase rule
B. Experimental data
C. Emperical equations
D. Theoretical equations

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Question 312

20 grams of NaOH is reacted with excess HCl, how much NaCl will it produce?

A. 29.25 grams
B. 58.5 grams
C. 117 grams
D. 234 grams

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Question 313

Which of the following is not a unit of kinematic viscosity?

A. Poise
B. Stoke
C. Cm²/second
D. None of these

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Question 314

Pure oxygen is mixed with air to produce an enriched air containing 50 volume % of oxygen. The ratio of moles of air to oxygen used is

A. 1.72
B. 0.58
C. 0.5
D. 0.2

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Question 315

If the pressure of a gas is reduced to half & its absolute temperature is doubled, then the volume of the gas will

A. Be reduced to l/4th
B. Increase four times
C. Increase two times
D. None of these

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Question 316

The atomic weight of helium is 4 times that of hydrogen. Its diffusion rate as compared to hydrogen will be __________ times.

A. 1-2
B. 4
C. √2
D. 1-4

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Question 317

How many moles of NaCl can be produced with 73 gms of HCl? (Consider NaOH in excess)

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. None of the mentioned

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Question 318

Giga' stands for

A. 109
B. 10-12
C. 1012
D. 1015

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Question 319

One mole of methane undergoes complete combustion in a stoichiometric amount of air. The reaction proceeds as CH₄ + 2O₂ → CO₂ + 2H₂O. Both the reactants and products are in gas phase. ΔH°298 = - 730 kJ/mole of methane. Mole fraction of water vapour in the product gases is about

A. 0.19
B. 0.33
C. 0.4
D. 0.67

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Question 320

pH value of an alkaline solution is

A. 7
B. > 7
C. < 7
D. Constant over a wide range

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Question 321

A gaseous mixture contains 14 kg of N₂, 16 kg of O₂ and 17 kg of NH₃. The mole fraction of oxygen is

A. 0.16
B. 0.33
C. 0.66
D. 0.47

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Question 322

The total number of atoms in 8.5 gm of NH₃ is __________ x 1023.

A. 9.03
B. 3.01
C. 1.204
D. 6.02

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Question 323

wC3H7O4 + xO2 -> yCO2 + zH2O, what is the value of w + x + y + z?

A. 21
B. 35
C. 41
D. 47

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Question 324

Volume occupied by one gm mole of a gas at S.T.P. is

A. 22.4 litres
B. 22400 litres
C. 22.4 c.c
D. 359 litres

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Question 325

Pick out the wrong statement.

A. Ten times dilution of a normal solution (N) reduces its normality to N/10
B. When equal weights of oxygen and methane are mixed in an empty reactor at room temperature, then the fraction of total pressure exerted by the oxygen is 1/2
C. Volume occupied by 9.034 x 1023 atoms of oxygen in ozone (O₃) at NTP will be 11200 c.c
D. One kg mole of an ideal gas at N.T.P occupies 22400 Nm³

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Question 326

NaOH contains __________ percent oxygen.

A. 1
B. 10
C. 16
D. 40

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Question 327

40 gms each of the methane and oxygen are mixed in an empty container maintained at 40°C. The fraction of the total pressure exerted by oxygen is

A. 1-2
B. 1-3
C. 1-4
D. 2-3

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Question 328

Which of the following ideal gas laws are not applicable to mixture of gases ?

A. Amgat's law
B. Dalton's law
C. Boyle's law & Charle's Law
D. None of these

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Question 329

Kopp's rule is helpful in finding the

A. Heat capacities of solids
B. Heat capacities of gases
C. Molal heat capacities of gases
D. Activation energy

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Question 330

The activity co-efficient of a solution, which accounts for the departure of liquid phase from ideal solution behaviour

A. measures the elevation in boiling point.
B. is not dependent on the temperature.
C. is a function of the liquid phase composition.
D. measures the depression in freezing point.

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Question 331

A gas occupies a volume of 283 c.c at 10°C. If it is heated to 20°C at constant pressure, the new volume of the gas will be __________ c.c.

A. 283
B. 566
C. 293
D. 141.5

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Question 332

The value of c, is?

A. 2
B. 4
C. 6
D. 8

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Question 333

By taking 360 gms of Glucose how many gms of CO2 can be produced?

A. 228
B. 328
C. 428
D. 528

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Question 334

__________ equation gives the effect of temperature on heat of reaction.

A. Kirchoffs
B. Maxwell's
C. Antonie
D. Kistyakowsky

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Question 335

One Newton is equal to __________ dynes.

A. 10²
B. 10³
C. 10⁴
D. 10⁵

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Question 336

Cp is expressed in S.I. unit as

A. J/kg.°K
B. 0°K
C. W/m². °C
D. W/m. °K

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Question 337

Viscosity of 1 centipoise is equal to 1 centis-toke in case of

A. Water
B. Mercury
C. Carbon tetrachloride
D. None of these

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Question 338

A very dilute solution is prepared by dissolving 'x1' mole of solute in 'x2' mole of a solvent. The mole fraction of solute is approximately equal to

A. x1/x2
B. x2/x1
C. 1 - (x1/x2)
D. 1/x2

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Question 339

How many moles of CH3Cl can be produced with 71 gms of Cl2? (Consider CH4 in excess)

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. None of the mentioned

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Question 340

Methane is mixed with stoichiometric proportion of oxygen and completely combusted. The number of additional specifications required to determine the product flow rate and composition is

A. 0
B. 1
C. 2
D. 3

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Question 341

As per Kirchoff s equation, the heat of reaction is affected by the

A. Pressure
B. Volume
C. Temperature
D. Molecularity

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Question 342

Solutions which distil without change in composition are called

A. ideal
B. saturated
C. supersaturated
D. azeotropic

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Question 343

A solution with reasonably permanent pH is called a/an __________ solution.

A. Ideal
B. Non-ideal
C. Buffer
D. Colloidal

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Question 344

Raoult's law is not applicable to the

A. Solutes which dissociate or associate in the particular solution
B. Concentrated solutions
C. Both B & C
D. Solutions containing non-volatile solute

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Question 345

If pH value of an acidic solution is decreased from 5 to 2, then the increase in its hydrogen ion concentration is __________ times.

A. 10
B. 100
C. 1000
D. 10000

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Question 346

During a phase change process like sublimation, vaporisation, melting etc., the specific __________ does not change.

A. Enthalpy
B. Gibbs free energy
C. Internal energy
D. Entropy

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Question 347

1 torr is equal to __________ mm Hg column.

A. 1
B. 0.1
C. 10
D. 1000

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Question 348

If Cl2 is present in excess and the amount of CH4 is doubled, number of moles of HCl will be ____________

A. Doubled
B. Half
C. Four times
D. None of the mentioned

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Question 349

Which of the following is not used for computing latent heat of vaporisation?

A. Clausius-Clayperon equation
B. Reference substance plots based on Durhing & Othmer plots
C. Kistyakowasky's equation
D. Hess

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Question 350

Heat of neutralisation of a strong acid and strong base is always a constant value, i.e., 57 KJ/Kg mole. This is because

A. The strong base and strong acid reacts completely
B. The salt formed does not hydrolyse
C. Only OH⁻ and H⁺ ions react in every case
D. The strong base and strong acid reacts in aqueous solution

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Question 351

Pick out the wrong unit conversion.

A. 1 Joule = 4.186 calorie
B. 1 kcal = 3.968 BTU = 0.00116 kWh = 0.00156 hp
C. 1 ton of TNT (tri-nitro-toluene) = 4.2 GJ (1G = 10⁹)
D. 1 ft.lbf= 0.3238 calorie = 0.1383 kg.m = 1.356 J = 1.356 N.m

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Question 352

What is the value of b?

A. 1
B. 4
C. 5
D. 6.5

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Question 353

Kopp's rule is useful for the determination of

A. Molal heat capacities of gases
B. Heat capacities of solids
C. Activation energy
D. Heat capacities of gases

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Question 354

The reverse process of fractional crystallisation is called

A. Stripping
B. Leaching
C. Differential distillation
D. Absorption

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Question 355

Pick out the wrong unit conversion.

A. 1 atm. = 760 mm Hg = 29.92 inch Hg = 14.7 psi = 1.013 bar = 1.013 kgf/cm²
B. 1 kPa = 100 bar
C. 1 mm Hg = 1 torr = 133.3 Pa
D. None of the above

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Question 356

According to the kinetic theory, the thermal conductivity of a monoatomic gas is proportional to

A. T
B. T0.5
C. T1.5
D. T2

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Question 357

Pick out the wrong unit conversion of temperature.

A. °R = 273 + °F
B. Temperature difference of 1°K = 1°C = 9/5 °F
C. °C = (F- 32) x 0.555
D. °F = (°C + 17.778) x 1.8

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Question 358

How many moles of O2 are required for producing 10 moles of H2O? (Consider C4H10 is in excess)

A. 6.5
B. 13
C. 15
D. 30

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Question 359

For producing 1 mole of H2O, how many moles of NaOH are required? (Consider HCl in excess)

A. 1
B. 4
C. 5
D. 6.5

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Question 360

How many moles of O2 are required for producing 10 moles of H2O? (Consider C4H10 is in excess)

A. 10
B. 20
C. 25
D. 30

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Question 361

Na₂SO₄. 10H₂O crystals are formed by cooling 100 Kg of 30% by weight aqueous solution of Na₂SO₄. The final concentration of the solute in the solution is 10%. The weight of crystals is

A. 20
B. 32.2
C. 45.35
D. 58.65

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Question 362

The accumulation in a steady state combustion process, burning 1 kg mole of carbon with 1 kg mole of oxygen thereby producing 1 kg mole of carbon dioxide, is __________ kg mole.

A. 1
B. 0
C. 16
D. 44

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Question 363

Specific gravity on API scale is given by the relation(where, G = specific gravity at 15.5°C).

A. °API = 200(G - 1)
B. °API = (141.5/G) - 131.5
C. °API = (140/G) - 130
D. °API = 145 - (145/G)

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Question 364

If the NO2 in the feed is 400 gms, How many moles HNO3 will be in the product?

A. 2.797
B. 3.797
C. 4.797
D. 5.797

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Question 365

A vapor whose partial pressure is less than its equilibrium vapor pressure is called a __________ vapor.

A. Saturated
B. Supersaturated
C. Superheated
D. None of these

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Question 366

Solutions having the same osmotic pressure are called __________ solutions.

A. Dilute
B. Ideal
C. Isotonic
D. Saturated

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Question 367

The value of gas constant 'R' is __________ kcal/kg.mole.°C.

A. 2.79
B. 1.987
C. 3.99
D. None of these

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Question 368

158 grams of potassium permanganate is reacted with ferrous sulfide in the presence of hydrochloric acid, approximately how much ferric sulfate will it produce?

A. 111 grams
B. 169 grams
C. 254 grams
D. 399 grams

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Question 369

For producing 1 mole of HCl, how many moles of Cl2 are required? (Consider CH4 in excess)

A. 1
B. 4
C. 5
D. 6.5

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Question 370

Solution made by dissolving equimolar amounts of different solutes in the same amount of a given solvent will have the

A. Same elevation in boiling point
B. Different elevation in boiling point
C. Elevation in boiling point in the ratio of their molecular weights
D. None of these

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Question 371

A sample of well water contains 140 gm/m3 Ca2+ ions and 345 gm/m3 Na+ ions. The hardness of the sample of water, expressed in terms of equivalent CaCO3 in gm/m3 is (assuming atomic masses of Ca :40, Na : 23, C : 12, O : 16)

A. 350
B. 485
C. 140
D. 345

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Question 372

Which of the following has the smallest least effect on the solubility of a solute into the solvent?

A. Nature of the solute
B. Nature of the solvent
C. Temperature
D. Pressure

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Question 373

With increase in the temperature of pure (distilled) water, its

A. POH decreases and pH increases
B. POH and pH both 4ecreases
C. PH and pOH both increases
D. PH decreases and pOH increases

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Question 374

Kinetic theory of gases stipulates that, the

A. Energy is lost during molecular collisions
B. Molecules possess appreciable volume
C. Absolute temperature is a measure of the kinetic energy of molecules
D. None of these

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Question 375

1m³ is approximately equal to

A. 28 litres
B. 35 ft³
C. 4.5 litres
D. 4.5 ft³

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Question 376

__________ equation relates latent heat and boiling point.

A. Antonie
B. Kistyakowsky
C. Kopp's
D. Trouton's

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Question 377

How many gms of H2O can be produced with 40 gms of NaOH? (Consider HCl in excess)

A. 18
B. 36
C. 54
D. None of the mentioned

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Question 378

1 Pascal (unit of pressure) is equal to __________ N/m².

A. 10
B. 1
C. 0.1
D. 1000

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Question 379

The heat of solution depends upon the

A. Nature of solvent
B. Concentration of solution
C. Nature of solute
D. All of the above

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Question 380

Pentane is burnt to produce carbon dioxide 40% of which can be converted into carbon monoxide, how much Butane must be burnt to produce 176 grams of carbon monoxide?

A. 18 grams
B. 36 grams
C. 72 grams
D. 96 grams

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Question 381

For producing 90 gms of water in the reaction, how many moles of O2 are required?

A. 2.5
B. 4.5
C. 6.5
D. 8.5

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Question 382

1 kgf/cm² is not equal to

A. 1 torr
B. 1 bar
C. 10000 mm wc
D. 100 KPa = 100 000 N/m²

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Question 383

Pick out the wrong unit conversion of heat transfer co-efficient.

A. 1 kcal/m².hr.°C = 0.2048 BTU/ft².hr. °F. = 1.163 W/m².°K
B. 1 kcal/m².hr.°K = 1.163 W/m².°C
C. 1 W/m² . °C = 0.1761 BTU/ft².hr.°F
D. 1 BTU/ft².hr.°F = 4.88 kcal/m².hr.°C = 20.44 kJ/m².hr°C = 5.678 W/m².°C

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Question 384

One micron is equal to

A. 10-4 mm
B. 10-4 cm
C. 10-6 m
D. both(b)&(c)

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Question 385

A solution having a pH value of 5 is less acidic than the one having a pH value of 2 by a factor of

A. 3
B. 100
C. 1000
D. None of these

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Question 386

How many gms of NaCl can be produced with 40 gms of NaOH? (Consider HCl in excess)

A. 50.8
B. 58.5
C. 60.2
D. None of the mentioned

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Question 387

Internal energy is independent of the __________ for an ideal gas.

A. Pressure
B. Volume
C. Both A & B
D. Neither A nor B

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Question 388

On mixing 56 gm of CaO with 63 gm of HNO₃, the amount of Ca(NO₃)₂ formed is __________ gm.

A. 82
B. 164
C. 41
D. 8.2

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Question 389

What is the value of c?

A. 1
B. 4
C. 5
D. 6.5

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Question 390

Pick out the wrong statement:

A. Clausius-Clapeyron equation relates the latent heat of vaporisation to the slope of the vapor pressure curve
B. At the boiling point of liquid at the prevailing total pressure, saturated absolute humidity is infinite
C. Percentage saturation and relative saturation are numerically equal for an unsaturated vapor gas mixture
D. Clapeyron equation is given by,dP/dT = λ/T(VG - VL); where, P = vapor pressure, T = absolute temperature, λ = latent heat of vaporisation, VG and VL = vol

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Question 391

The effect of pressure on the heat capacity of the gases __________ is negligible.

A. At pressure below one atmosphere
B. Below the critical temperature
C. Both A & B
D. Neither A nor B

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Question 392

Heat of solution in a system in which both solute and solvent are liquids is termed as

A. Heat of solvation
B. Heat of hydration
C. Standard integral heat of solution
D. Heat of mixing

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Question 393

Cox' chart which is useful in the design of a distillation column (particularly suitable for petroleum hydrocarbons) is a plot of the

A. Temperature vs. log (vapor pressure)
B. Vapor pressure vs. log (temperature)
C. Log (temperature) vs. log (vapor pressure)
D. Vapor pressure vs. temperature

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Question 394

Increasing the temperature of an aqueous solution will cause decrease in its

A. molality
B. mole fraction
C. weight percent
D. molarity

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Question 395

If 1.5 moles of oxygen combines with aluminium to form Al2O₃, then the weight of aluminium (atomic weight = 27 ) used in this reaction is __________ gm.

A. 27
B. 54
C. 5.4
D. 2.7

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Question 396

The crystallisation of a solute from a solution may be done by

A. Removal of pure solvent by evaporation
B. Change of temperature thereby causing supersaturation
C. Changing the nature of the system by the addition of a more soluble material
D. All of the above

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Question 397

A bypass stream in a chemical process is useful, because it

A. Facilitates better control of the process
B. Improves the conversion
C. Increases the yield of products
D. None of these

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Question 398

A saturated vapor on being compressed would

A. Condense
B. Form wet steam
C. Both A & B
D. Neither A nor B

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Question 399

The total volume occupied by a gaseous mixture is equal to the sum of the pure component volumes. This is the __________ law.

A. Dalton's
B. Amgat's
C. GayLussac's
D. Avogadro's

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Question 400

1 Kcal/kg. °C is equivalent to __________ BTU/lb. °F.

A. 1
B. 2.42
C. 4.97
D. None of these

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Question 401

The vapour pressure of water is given by, in Psat = A - (5000/T), where A is a constant, Psat is the vapour pressure in atm. and T is the temperature in K.The vapor pressure of water in atm. at 50°C is approximately

A. 0.07
B. 0.09
C. 0.11
D. 0.13

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Question 402

xKMnO4 + yFeS + zH2SO4 -> xMnSO4 + wFe2(SO4)3 + uK2SO4 + zH2O, what is the value of x + y + z + w + u?

A. 60
B. 74
C. 85
D. 98

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Question 403

The latent heat of vaporisation

A. Decreases with increased temperature
B. Decreases as pressure increases
C. Becomes zero at the critical point
D. All of the above

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Question 404

Which of the following has the least (almost negligible) effect on the solubility of a solute in a solvent?

A. Temperature
B. Nature of solute
C. Pressure
D. Nature of solvent

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Question 405

Which of the following expressions defines the Baume gravity scale for liquids lighter than water?

A. °Be = (140/G) - 130
B. °Be = 200(G-1)
C. °Be = 145 - (145/G)
D. °Be = (400/G) - 400

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Question 406

At 100°C, water and methylcyclohexane both have vapour pressures of 1 atm. Also at 100°C, the latent heats of vaporisation of these compounds are 40.63 kJ/mole for water and 31.55 kJ/mole for methylcyclohexane. The vapour pressure of water at 150°C is 4.69 atm. At 150°C, the vapour pressure of methylcyclohexane would be expected to be

A. Significantly less than 4.69 atm
B. Nearly equal to 4.69 atm
C. Significantly more than 4.69 atm
D. Indeterminate due to lack of data

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Question 407

A butane isomerisation process produces 70 kmole/hr of pure isobutane. A purge stream removed continuously, contains 85% n-butane and 15% impurity (mole%). The feed stream is n-butane containing 1% impurity (mole%). The flow rate of the purge stream will be

A. 3 kmole/hr
B. 4 kmole/hr
C. 5 kmole/hr
D. 6 kmole/hr

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Question 408

What is the value of c?

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

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Question 409

Addition of a non-volatile solute to a solvent produces a __________ in its solvent.

A. Freezing point elevation
B. Boiling point depression
C. Vapor pressure lowering
D. All of the above

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Question 410

Average molecular weight of air is about

A. 21
B. 29
C. 23
D. 79

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Question 411

Cp/Cv for monoatomic gases is

A. 1.44
B. 1.66
C. 1.99
D. 1

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Question 412

If a solution of eutectic composition is cooled, __________ reaching the eutectic temperature.

A. The solvent begins to freeze out even before
B. It will undergo no change until
C. It will not solidify even on
D. None of these

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Question 413

Raoult's law states that 'the equilibrium vapor pressure that is exerted by a component in a solution is proportional to the mole fraction of that component'. This generalisation is based on the assumption that the

A. Sizes of the component molecules are approximately equal
B. Attractive forces between like and unlike molecules are approximately equal
C. Component molecules are non-polar and no chemical combination or molecular association between unlike molecules takes place in the formation of the solution
D. All of the above

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Question 414

The heat capacity of a substance is

A. Greater for liquid state than for solid state
B. Lower for liquid state than for gaseous state
C. Higher for solid state than for liquid state
D. Equal for solid and liquid states below melting point

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Question 415

A reduction process is accompanied with increase in the

A. Number of electrons
B. Oxidation number
C. Both A & B
D. Neither A nor B

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Question 416

C5H12 + xO2 -> yCO2 + zH2O, what is the value of x + y*z?

A. 24
B. 38
C. 46
D. 54

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Question 417

The osmotic pressure of a solution increases, if its __________ is decreased.

A. Volume
B. Solute concentration
C. Temperature
D. None of these

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Question 418

Degrees of freedom will be equal to the number of components for a system comprising of

A. Only soluble liquid components
B. Partially miscible two liquid components system having two phases
C. Two liquid components and one solute (soluble in both the liquids)
D. None of these

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Question 419

__________ chart is a graph related to Antonie equation.

A. Ostwald
B. Cox
C. Mollier's
D. Enthalpy-concentration

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Question 420

Weight of 56 litres of ammonia at N.T.P. is __________ gm.

A. 2.5
B. 42.5
C. 56
D. 2800

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Question 421

1 bar is almost equal to __________ atmosphere.

A. 1
B. 10
C. 100
D. 1000

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Question 422

How many kg of Na2SO4 will be produced using 80 kg of NaCl? Assume CaSO4 in excess.

A. 122 kg
B. 142 kg
C. 162 kg
D. 182 kg

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Question 423

A vapor that exists above its critical temperature is termed as a __________ vapor.

A. Saturated
B. Unsaturated
C. Gaseous
D. Sub-cooled

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Question 424

No cooling occurs, when an ideal gas undergoes unrestrained expansion, because the molecules

A. Collide without loss of energy
B. Do work equal to loss in kinetic energy
C. Are above the inversion temperature
D. Exert no attractive force on each other

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Question 425

Pick out the wrong statement.

A. 'Reduced temperature' of a substance is the ratio of its existing temperature to its critical temperature, both expressed on celsius scale.
B. 'Reduced pressure' is the ratio of the existing pressure of a substance to its critical pressure.
C. 'Reduced volume' is the ratio of the existing molal volume of a substance to its critical molal volume.
D. none of these.

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Question 426

Pick out the wrong statement.

A. Raoult
B. Molecules with symmetrical arrangement (e.g., CH₄ and CCl₄) are non-polar
C. Most of the hydrocarbons are nonpolar
D. Generally, nonpolar compounds are chemically inactive, conduct electricity poorly and do not ionise

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Question 427

Which of the following is followed by an ideal solution ?

A. Boyle's law
B. Amgat's law
C. Raoult's law
D. Trouton's rule

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Question 428

78 grams of benzene is burnt in air, how much water will it produce?

A. 18 grams
B. 36 grams
C. 54 grams
D. 72 grams

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Question 429

In the reaction, Ca + 2H₂O = Ca(OH)₂ + H₂ ; what volume (c.c.) of hydrogen at STP would be liberated, when 8 gm of calcium reacts with excess water? (atomic weight of calcium = 40)

A. 4480
B. 2240
C. 1120
D. 0.4

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Question 430

What fraction of the total pressure is exerted by oxygen, if equal weights of oxygen and methane are mixed in an empty vessel at 25°C?

A. 2-3
B. 1-3
C. 1-2
D. L/3 x 298/273

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Question 431

How many moles of HCl can be produced with 71 gms of Cl2? (Consider CH4 in excess)

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. None of the mentioned

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Question 432

In a binary liquid solution of components A and B, if component A exhibits positive deviation from Raoult's law, then component B

A. Exhibits positive deviation from Raoult's law
B. Exhibits negative deviation from Raoult's law
C. Obeys Raoult's law
D. May exhibit either positive or negative deviation from Raoult's law

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Question 433

For an ideal gas, the compressibility factor

A. Decreases with pressure rise
B. Is unity at all temperature
C. Is unity at Boyle's temperature
D. Zero

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Question 434

With rise in temperature, the solubility of ammonia in water at a fixed pressure

A. Increases
B. Decreases
C. Remains unchanged
D. Increases exponentially

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Question 435

Heat capacity of air can be approximately expressed as, Cp = 26.693 + 7.365 x10-3 T, where, Cp is in J/mole.K and T is in K. The heat given off by 1 mole of air when cooled at atmospheric pressure from 500°C to - 100°C is

A. 10.73 kJ
B. 16.15 kJ
C. 18.11 kJ
D. 18.33 kJ

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Question 436

The elevation in boiling point of a solution is proportional to the __________ of the solution.

A. Molal concentration
B. Reciprocal of the molal concentration
C. Normality
D. Molarity

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Question 437

If 1 kg of Octane is oxidised with O2, then how much kg of O2 is required?

A. 200
B. 400
C. 600
D. 800

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Question 438

How much CO2 in kg can be produced with 1 mole of O2? (Consider C4H10 is in excess)

A. 22
B. 88
C. 132
D. 176

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Question 439

If the required amount of water is 72 kg then how much C6H14 should be burned per hour?

A. 49.14
B. 39.14
C. 39.14
D. 29.14

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Question 440

What is the value of b?

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

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