# The relative adsorption of each component of the mixture is expressed in terms of

2.  Retention factor

3.  Co factor

4.  Sorption factor

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Retention factor

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# In Kjeldah is method, Nitrogen present is quantitatively converted to

1.  N2

2.  (NH4)2SO4

3.  NO2

4.  NH3

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(NH4)2SO4

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# In quantitative determination of carbon the CO2 produced is absorbed in the solution of

1.  pyrogallol

2.  KOH

3.  Ca(OH)2

4.  All the above

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KOH

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# 9.2 gm of N2O4(g) is taken in a closed one litre vessel and heated till the following equilibrium is reachedAt equilibrium 50% of N2O

1.  0.1

2.  0.2

3.  0.4

4.  2

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0.2

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# The degree of dissociation of an acid HA of 0.1M solution is 0.1%. Its dissociation constant is

1.  1x10-3

2.  1x10-10

3.  1x10-7

4.  1x10-14

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1x10-7

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# The weight of copper deposited when 0.5F of current is passed through CuSO4 solution is

1.  3.175g

2.  0.3175g

3.  15.875g

4.  6.35g

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15.875g

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# In the reaction A+B⇔C+D, the initial concentration of reactants is 1mole/lit each. The equilibrium concentration of each product is 0.9 moles lit-1. Its Kc is

1.  0.9

2.  0.81

3.  81

4.  8.1

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81

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# The value of Kp for the reaction 2H2S(g) ⇔ 2H2(g) + S2(g) is 1.2X10-2 at 10650C.The value of KC for the reaction

1.  1.2x10-2

2.

3.  83

4.  >1.2x10-2

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<1.2x10-2

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# For the reversible reaction C2H4 + H2 ⇔ C2H6 the equilibrium constant can be expressed in units of

1.  Lit-1 mole-1

2.  Lit.mole-1

3.  mole2 Lit-2

4.  mole Lit-1

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Lit.mole-1

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# In which of the following reactions, the concentration of product is higher than the concentration of reactant at equilibrium (K=equilibrium constant)

1.  A ⇔ B; K = 0.001

2.  M ⇔ N; K = 10

3.  X ⇔ Y; K = 0.01

4.  R ⇔ P; K = 0.01

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