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CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIA Single Answer questions with Negative mark 1.

At a certain temperature, the following equilibrium is established, CO(g) + NO2(g) CO2(g) + NO(g) When excess of Aqua KOH is added to the equilibrium mixture, the weight of solid obtained is 27.6 g. The equilibrium constant, Kc of the reaction is A) 2.25 B) 5.6 C) 8.1 D) 0.0625 2. H2 + I2 2HI, Kp of the reaction is 50 at 10atm pressure, when pressure of the system is increased to 30atm, what will be the New Equilibrium constant A) 50/3 B) 20 C) 50 D) 150 3. 2NO N2 + O2 NO + Br2 NOBr 1/2N2 + O2 + 1/2Br2 NOBr A) 9x10-15. B) 9x10-16. K1= 2.4 x 1030 K2 = 1.4 K3 = ? C) 9x10-10.

D) 9x10-12

4. What will be the active mass of Benzoic acid in Benzene solvent, if density of the solution is 1.2g/cc and volume is 4lt.( Association ) A) 1.23 B) 3.2 C) 8.1 D) 2.2 5. To make fun Snehasis and Milon planned to prepare laughing gas, so they added 2moles of N2 and one mole of Oxygen at 2000C in 1lt closed vessel, suddenly angry and hot Roy came, he added 1-mole of Hydrogen, after the addition they realized, under that experimental conditions formed laughing gas can reacts with Hydrogen gas and leads to Simultaneous equilibria and gives immisible explosive oily liq (Hydrazoic acid, N3H), Oxygen and water vapor, they found that equilibrium moles of water is 0.4. Then find the Equilibrium constant for the formation of laughing gas. ( Das is thinking whether I have to run or not, because he know the closed vessel can withstands a pressure of 135atm) A) 3.75,Run B) 3/2, not to run C) 8.34, Run D) Cant Say 6. a) N2 + 3H2 2NH3 b) 1/2N2 + 3/2H2 NH3 c) 1/3N2 + H2 2/3NH3 d) NH3 1/2N2 + 3/2H2 What will be the relationship between the Equilibria constants for the above reactions. A) Ka = K b = K2 c = 1/ K2 d. B) Ka = K2 b = K3 c = 1/ K2 d. C) Ka = K2 b = K c = 1/ K2 d. D) 2Ka = K2 b = K2 c = 1/ K2 d.

7. For the decomposition of carbonyl fluoride, COF2, 2 COF2(g) <==> CO2(g) + CF4(g) Kc = 2.00 at 1273 K. If 0.500 mol COF2(g) is placed in a 3.23-L reaction vessel at 1273 K, how many moles of COF2(g) will remain undissociated when equilibrium is reached. A) 2.3 B) 3.45 C) 0.131 D) 67.7

8. A sample of white phosphorus, when heated to 10000C, formed a vapor having a total pressure of 0.20atm and a density of 0.152g/l. What will be the Equilibrium constant with respect to pressure? A) 15 B) 3.2 C) 4.1 D) 1.2 More than one Answer with Negative Mark 9. For which of the following reaction that can take place in forward direction, if high pressure and high temperature is applied. A) C(graphite) C (diamond) 565Kj/mol B) H2O (S) H2O(l) 30J/mol C) A(g) 2B(g) - 20 Kj / mol D) H2O (g) H2O(l) - 12J/mol 10. In the formation of ammonia, gibbs free energy of ammonia, nitrogen and Hydrogen are observed that -200, -100 and -150 KJ/mol, if internal energy of the reaction is 500Kj/mol at 298K. which one of the following is / are correct. ( Assume change in enthalpy and standard change in enthalpy are same ). A) H = 495KJ/mol B) G0 = 350Kj/mol C) S0 = 0.48 D) spontaneous reaction with respect to standard gibbs free energy 11. COCl2 (g) CO (g) + Cl2 (g), The equilibrium vapor density of the reaction is 39.5, then which of the following is / are correct. A) = 0.25 B) Kp = 0.08 C) Kc = 1/300 at 300K D) H = 22Kj/mol 12. Degree of dissociation of HI at a particular temperature is 0.8. Calculate the volume of 2M Hypo solution required to neutralize the iodine present in a equilibrium mixture of a reaction, when 2 mole of each of H2 and I2 are heated in a closed vessel of 2 lt capacity. A) 1.6lt B) 3.2lt C) 1.2lt D) 15lt Paragraph question with Negative mark Passage-I An efflorescent salt is one that loses water to the atmosphere. This will occur if the water vapor pressure in equilibrium with the salt is greater than the water vapor pressure in the atmosphere. For example , CuSO4 .5H2O could be efflorescent as it

loses 2 molecules of H 2O and simultaneously forms 1 formula unit of CuSO4 . 3H2O . CuSO4 . 5H2O (S) CuSO4 . 3H2O(S) + 2H2O(g) If partial pressure of H 2O ( let it be x torr) is less than the vapor pressure of water at the same temperature it doesnt mean CuSO4.5H2O will always effloresce. Only in that condition, when the partial pressure of moisture in the air is less than x. In x other words, this will occur when the relative humidity is less than ( The vapor 23.8 pressure of water at 250C is 23.8 Torr) Conversely, it can be said that CuSO4.3H2O can reduce the moisture content of any confined volume of gas to x torr. 13. CuSO4 . 5H2O (S) CuSO4 . 3H2O(S) + 2H2O(g) For the equilibrium, K p at 250 C is 1.086 104 atm2. Then which of the following is the appropriate relative humidity at which CuSO4 . 5H2O will effloresce essentially? A) 43.3% B)33.3% C) 48.3% D) 55.5% 14. Na2SO4 . 10H2O (S) Na2SO4 (s) + 10H2O(g), PH2O= 3.64 103 25 10 For the equilibrium, K p = 4.08 10 atm . If the vapor pressure of water at 00C is 4.58 Torr, at which relative humiditys Na2SO4 will be deliquescent (absorb moisture) when exposed to the air at 00C essentially? A) 21.25% B) 35.3% C) 70% D) 20% 15. From the above question ( Que no. 14), what will be the equilibrium constant with respective concentration at 300 K. A) 0.165x10-24. B) 0.165x10-15. C) 0.165x10-20. D) 0.165x10-25. Passage-2 Variation of equilibrium constant (K) with temperature is given by Vant Hoff equation Log K = log A H0 / 2.303 RT A graph between log K and 1/T was a straight line as shown in the figure and having = tan-1 (0.5) and OP = 10. 16. What will be the H0. A) 19.5 J/mol B) 1.574 J/mol. C) 26.4 J/mol. C) 1010 D) 9.574 J/mol D) 102 D) 21x1013

17. What will be the intercept? A) 105 B) 109

18. What will be the Equilibrium constant at 298K A) 1.96x109 B). 9.96x109 C) 6.4x10-20.

Matrix Matching with No Negative mark 19. A) COCl2 (g) CO (g) + Cl2. B) N2 + 3H2 2NH3. C) 2NO N2 + O2. D) CuSO4 .5H2O(s) CuSO4 .4H2O(s) + H2O(g) 20. Homogeneous gaseous reactions A) A + B 2C B) 2A B + C C) A + B C + D D) AB A/2 + B/2 P) Kp < Kc Q) Molarity, Kp > Kc R) atm S) Unitless.

interms of equilibrium constant P) (K) / ( 1+ K ) Q) (K) / ( 2+ K ) R) 2K / ( 1+ 2K ) S) 2K / 1+ 2K )