Question

10 mL of a hydrocarbon on complete combustion gave 30 mL of  and 20 mL of  Molecular formula of the hydrocarbon is:

Solution

Correct option is

 

  

     

  

 x = 3,          y = 4  

SIMILAR QUESTIONS

Q1

The reaction of calcium with water is represented by the equation,

              

What volume of  at STP would be liberated when 8 g of calcium completely reacts with water?

Q2

No reacts with  to form  When 10 g of  is formed during the reaction, the mass of  consumed is

Q3

100 tons of  containing 20% impurities will give iron by reduction with  equal to

Q4

Hydrocarbon X contains 3 g carbon per gram of hydrogen. Simplest formula of the hydrocarbon X is:

Q5

Equal weights of Zn metal and iodine are mixed together and  is completely converted to  What fraction by weight of original Zn remains unreacted? (Zn = 65, I = 127)

Q6

 changes to  on reaction with . There is:

Q7

Which of the following has maximum mass?

Q8

The mass of one atom of hydrogen is approximately

Q9

5.6 L of a gas at NTP are found to have a mass of 11 g. The molecular mass of the gas is

Q10

0.63 g of a dibasic acid neutralises 100 mL of 0.1 N NaOH solution. Molar mass of dibasic acid is: