States of Matter: Gases, Long Questions
See here descriptive questions included in First Year Chemistry, chapter States of Matter: Gases.
|S.No||Description 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?