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Pressure remaining the same, the volume of a given mass of an ideal gas increases for every degree centigrade rise in temperature by definite fraction of its volume at:

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Which of the following statements are correct?

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Under which of the following condition van der waal's gas approaches ideal behaviour?

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Quantities of g of oxygen and g of nitrogen are contained in a closed bottle. The pressure inside the bottle is atm. Now, g gas is removed from the bottle. What will be the new pressure inside the bottle?

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A small amount of water and its saturated vapour are enclosed in a vessel at a temperature . How much (in per cent) will the mass of the saturated vapour increase if the temperature of the system goes up by ? Assume that the vapour is an ideal gas and the specific volume of water is negligible as compared to that of vapour.

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The density of liquid gallium at is . Because of its wide liquid range ( to ), gallium could be used as a barometer fluid at high temperature. What height (in cm) of gallium will be supported on a day when the mercury barometer reads torr? (The density of mercury is )

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A gas acquires at and temperature. What volume it will occupy at & ?

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How much the pressure should be increased at a constant temperature to reduce the volume of an ideal gas by %?

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When of a strong acid is added to  of an alkali, the temperature rises by . If of each liquid is mixed, the temperature rise would be:

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Consider the quantity of an ideal gas where M is the mass of the gas. It depends on the :

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