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Correct option is Volume of one virus particle        SIMILAR QUESTIONS

Q1

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?

Q2

The vapour density of a mixture of NO2 and N2O4 is 38.3 at 26.7oC. Calculate the number of moles of NO2 in 100 g of the mixture.

Q3

The mass of one litre sample of ozonised oxygen at N.T.P was found to be 1.5 g. when 100mL of this mixture at N.T.P were treated with turpentine oil, the volume was reduced to 90mL

Calculated the molecular mass of ozone.

Q4

7.4 gram of a metal hydroxide on heating gives 5.6 g of metal oxide. Calculate the equivalent weight of the metal.

Q5

How many molecules are there in 10 litres of gas at a pressure of 75 cm at 27 degree Celsius?

Q6

Potassium bromide, KBr contains 32.9% by mass of potassium. If 6.40 g of bromine reacts with 3.60 g of potassium, calculate the number of moles of potassium which combine with bromine to from KBr.

Q7

Two acids H2SO4 and H3PO4 are neutralized separately by the same amount of an alkali when sulphate and dihydrogen orthophosphate are formed respectively. Find the ratio of the masses of H2SO4  and Q8

10 mL of HCl solution gave 0.1435 g of AgCl when treated with excess of AgNO3. Find the normality of the acid solution Q9

A sample of hard water contains 20 mg of Ca2+ ions per litre. How manymilliequivalents of Na2CO3 would be required to soften 1 litre of the sample?

Q10

The formula weight of an acid is 82.0 in a titration 100 cm3 of a solution of this acid containing 39.0 g of the acid per litre were completelyneutralised by 95.0 cm3 of aqueous NaOH containing 40 .0 g of NaOHper litre. What is the basicity of the acid?