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States of Matter: Gases, Long Questions

See here descriptive questions included in First Year Chemistry, chapter States of Matter: Gases.

S.NoDescription of questions
Question 1(a) State Boyle’s law with its mathematical expression.
(b) A mass of gas is under a pressure of 760 torr and occupies volume of 525 cm3. If the pressure is doubled, what volume the gas would occupy now? Assume the temperature is constant.See Answer
Question 2(a) State Charles’ law with its mathematical expression.
(b) Assume that one dm3 of air near a thermonuclear explosion is heated from 00C to 5460000C. To what volume does the air expands?
See Answer

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