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Gas Laws

States of Matter
Chemistry
Class 11

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Boyle's Law (Che)

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Charles' Law

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Gay Lussac's Law

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Avogadro's Law

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The ratio by volume of gaseous reactants and products is in agreement with their molar ratio.

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Which of the following is/are consequences of Charle's law?
(a) Bursting of balloon on blowing it strongly.
(b) Bursting of balloon on its exposure to sunlight.
(c) Expulsion of gas from cooking gas cylinder by keeping cylinder in hot water.
(d) Usage of hot air balloons.

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A curve drawn at constant pressure is called an isobar and shows relationship between:

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At constant volume, pressure is directly proportional to the temperature, this law is popularly known as :

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Volume of a gas at C is litre when temperature of gas increases by C at constant pressure than volume of gas increased by than calculate value of it?

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According to Boyles law, given mass of a gas is _________ proportional to its pressure at any given temperature.

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Which of the following volume V.T  plots represents the behaviour of one mole of an ideal gas at the atmospheric atmp?

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When 100 ml of a mixture was passed through turpentine, there was the reduction of volume by 20 ml. If 100ml of such a mixture is heated, what will be the increase in volume?

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In Charles's law, which of the parameter is kept constant?

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Complete the flow chart given below, related to one mole of substance.

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