Equal Volumes Of Two Gases Which Do Not React Together Are Enclosed In Separate Vessels. Their Pressures At 100 Mm And 400 Mm Respectively. If The Two Vessels Are Joined Together, Then What Will Be Pressure Of The Resulting Mixture (temperature Remaining

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Bhushan Mudliyar 187 Days Ago
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Equal volumes of two gases which do not react together are enclosed in separate vessels. Their

pressures at 100 mm and 400 mm respectively. If the two vessels are joined together, then what

will be pressure of the resulting mixture (temperature remaining constant)?

(1) 125 mm (2) 500 mm (3) 1000 mm (4) 250 mm

asked Jun 11 12:31:22 PM

Bhushan Mudliyar

Q: 533 A: 0

2 Answers

  • 20

    The correct answer is

    D) 250 mm

    SOLUTION- 

    After mixing the volume is doubled so the pressure is halved. ( As pressure and volume are inversely proportional) 

    Hence, pressure after mixing = total pressure/2 = 100 + 400/2 = 250 mm

     

    62 Days Ago

    asked Oct 14 3:41:55 PM

    Sangeeta

    Q: 22 A: 1924
  • 20

    The correct answer is

    D) 250mm

    62 Days Ago

    asked Oct 14 5:43:29 PM

    Sangeeta

    Q: 22 A: 1924

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