Question

 

What will be the volume of the mixture after the reaction?

(g)NH3 (1L) + (g) HCl (1.5L) → NH4Cl (s)

Solution

Correct option is

0.5 L

1 L NH3(g) reacts with 1 L HCl (g) to form NH4Cl (s) which has negligible volume. Hence, final mixture will contain only 0.5 L HCl.

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Q4

 

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Q9

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Q10

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