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Question number: 1

» States of Matter » Solid State » Unit Cell and Lattices

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The formula for the calculation of heat evolved in water calorimeter?

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Question number: 2

» States of Matter » Solid State » Unit Cell and Lattices

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Which one of the following can be determined by using Born-Haber cycle?

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Enthalpy

b.

Heat capacity

c.

Lattice energy

d.

Internal energy

Question number: 3

» States of Matter » Gaseous State » Gas Laws - Boyle's Law, Charle's Law, Graham's Law of Diffusion

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The product of pressure and volume of given amount of a gas is constant at constant temperature, this is?

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Boyle’s law

b.

Charles law

c.

Gay-lussac law

d.

Pressure law

Question number: 4

» States of Matter » Gaseous State » Van Der Waals Equation

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At high pressure, van der Waal’s equation becomes?

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Question number: 5

» States of Matter » Gaseous State » Gas Laws - Boyle's Law, Charle's Law, Graham's Law of Diffusion

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A curve dawn at constant temperature is called an isotherm. This shows the relationship between?

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P and V

b.

V and 1/P

c.

PV and V

d.

P and 1/V

Question number: 6

» States of Matter » Gaseous State » Gas Laws - Boyle's Law, Charle's Law, Graham's Law of Diffusion

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An ideal gas is one which obeys?

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Boyle’s law

b.

Charles law

c.

all gas laws

d.

avagadro’s law

Question number: 7

» States of Matter » Gaseous State » Concept of Average, Root Mean Square and Most Probable Velocities

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At what temperature is the average velocity of O2 molecule equal to the root mean square velocity at 27℃?

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68℃

b.

80.57℃

c.

76.75℃

d.

98.4℃

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