# The temperature at which the volume and pressure of 28gN2 becomes 10dm3 and 2.46 atm respectively is //

1.  273 k //

2.  299.63k //

3.  399.65k //

4.  373k //

5.    //

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299.63k

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# Absolute zero is that temrperature where the volume of the gas must be theoretically

1.  Zero

2.  Maximum

3.  Negative

4.  None of these

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Zero

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# On absolute temperature scale, -100C is

1.  283K

2.  310K

3.  263K

4.  290K

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263K

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# At ............. the volume of a given mass of gas is double as compared to its volume at O0C.

1.  1000C

2.  -273.150C

3.  273.150C

4.  O0C

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273.150C

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# The volume occupied by 1 mole of a gas when pressure is 1 atm and temperature is 273K is

1.  22.4dm3

2.  2.24dm3

3.  224dm3

4.  22400dm3

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22.4dm3

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# ________ increases viscosity of liquids

1.  Hydrogen bonding

2.  Strong intermolecular interaction

3.  Both (A) and (B)

4.  Neither (A) nor (B)

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Both (A) and (B)

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# The unit of viscosity coefficient is

1.  Nsm-2

2.  Poise

3.  Ns/m2

4.  All of these

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All of these

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# At constant temperature, 200cm2 of N2 at 720 mm pressure and 400cm3 of O2 at 750 mm pressure are put together in a one litre flask. The final pressure of the mixture is

1.  111 mm

2.  222 mm

3.  333mm

4.  444 mm

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444 mm

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# The process of inter mixing of two or more gases is called

1.  Diffusion

2.  Sorption

3.  Desorption

4.  Fusion

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Diffusion

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# While studying intermolecular interactions, it is assumed that

1.  Intermolecular attractions are strong

2.  Gaseous molecules have considerable volume

3.  No intermolecular forces of attraction exist

4.  Total volume of gaseous molecules is comparable to total volume of container

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