0
You visited us 0 times! Enjoying our articles? Unlock Full Access!
Question

# Which of the following is the correct representation of van der Waal’s equation for 1 mole of real gas?(P+aV)(v−b)=RT(P+aV)(v+b)=RT(P+aV2)(v−b)=RT(P+aV2)(v+b)=RT

A
(P+aV2)(vb)=RT
B
(P+aV2)(v+b)=RT
C
(P+aV)(vb)=RT
D
(P+aV)(v+b)=RT
Solution
Verified by Toppr

#### Van der Waal's equation for 1 mole of gas is (P+aV2)(v−b)=RT

2
Similar Questions
Q1
The Van Der Waal’s equation of state for some gases can be expressed as: (P+aV2)(Vb)=RT Where P is the pressure, V is the molar volume and T is the absolute temperature of the given sample of gas and a,b and R are constants.

The dimensional representation of ab/RT is
View Solution
Q2
Match the van der Waal's equation for one mole of gas given in column B to the conditions given in column A.
 Column A Column B (A) High pressure (i) PV=RT+Pb (B) Low pressure (ii) PV=RT−aV (C) P→0 (iii) PV=RT (D) Neither a nor b is negligible (iv) (P+aV2)(V−b)=RT

View Solution
Q3
In van der Waal's equation (P+aV2)(Vb)=RT, what are the dimension of the constant of a and b?
View Solution
Q4
The Van Der Waal’s equation of state for some gases can be expressed as: (P+aV2)(Vb)=RT Where P is the pressure, V is the molar volume and T is the absolute temperature of the given sample of gas and a,b and R are constants.

Which of the following does not have the same dimension formula as that of RT ?
View Solution
Q5
In vander Waal's gas equation (P+aV2)(Vb)=RT . Determine the dimension of a and b.
View Solution