Question

What volume at N.T.P of ammonia gas will be required to be passed into 30mL of N H2SO4 solution to bring down the acid normality to 0.2 N?

Solution

Correct option is

 

Normality is the number of milliequivalents (mgq) per mL.,

  

                                  

(∵Acid and base react with each other in equivalent amounts)

But 1 mole of NH= 1 g eq, i.e., 1000 meq of NH3 = 22400 mL at N.T.P

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