Chemical KineticsDifferential and Integral Forms of Zero and First Order Reactions (NEET Chemistry): Questions 8  13 of 16
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Question number: 8
» Chemical Kinetics » Differential and Integral Forms of Zero and First Order Reactions
Question
Half life of a first order reaction is 10 min. What percentage of reaction will be completed in 100 min?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  80% 

b.  75% 

c.  99.9% 

d.  25% 

Question number: 9
» Chemical Kinetics » Differential and Integral Forms of Zero and First Order Reactions
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A certain zero order reaction has k = 0.025 M s^{1} for the disappearance of A. What will be the concentration of A after 15 seconds if the initial concentration is 0.5M?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  0.12M 

b.  0.32M 

c.  0.5 M 

d.  0.06M 

Question number: 10
» Chemical Kinetics » Differential and Integral Forms of Zero and First Order Reactions
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Which of the following reaction is first order reaction?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a. 


b. 


c. 


d. 


Question number: 11
» Chemical Kinetics » Differential and Integral Forms of Zero and First Order Reactions
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Which of the following equation is represents first order reaction?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a. 


b. 


c. 


d. 


Question number: 12
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If a first order reaction takes 32 minutes for 75 % completion, then time required for 50 % completion is?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  4 min 

b.  8 min 

c.  32 min 

d.  16 min 

Question number: 13
» Chemical Kinetics » Differential and Integral Forms of Zero and First Order Reactions
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Idonation of acetone in presence of H^{+} is the reaction, which order?
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Third order 

b.  zero order 

c.  Second order 

d.  First order 
