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Liquefaction of Gases

States of Matter
Chemistry
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Liquefaction of Gases

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The critical temperatures of and gases are and . Which of the two has strong intermolecular forces and why?

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The van dar Waal's parameters for gases W, X, Y and Z are:

Gasa(atm )b(l/mol)
W           
X                              
Y
Z

Which one of these gases has the highest critical temperature?

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In an attempt to record critical temperature of some substances, the value of water has been missed out.
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Will the value of be more or less than for ? Reason out your answer.

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The correct order of the values of critical temp, ; Boyle temp, and inversion temp, of a real gas is:

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At a temperature less than Critical temperature, to liquefy a gas:

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Which of the following statements on critical constants of gases are correct?
Larger the value of a gas, larger would be the excluded volume.
Critical temperature of a gas is greater than its Boyles's temperature .
At the critical point in the van der Waals' gas isotherm.

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The correct relationship between critical temperature () and Boyle's temperature () for gas is:

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The ratio of Boyle's temperature and critical temperature for a gas is:

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The van der Waal's parameters for gases , , and are:
Gas

  ( )

4.0
0.027

8.0
0.030

6.0
0.032

12.0
0.027
Which one of these gases has the highest critical temperature?

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The vander waals constants for are a and. Choose the correct options:

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