# What is the name given to the equation PV=nRT? w) law of partial pressure x) ideal gas equation y) quadratic equation z) Raoult's equation

What is the name given to the equation PV=nRT? w) law of partial pressure x) ideal gas equation y) quadratic equation z) Raoult's equation

ANSWER: X -- IDEAL GAS EQUATION

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Last Answer : PV = nRT

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Last Answer : PV = nRT

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Last Answer : (C) Azeotropes obey Raoult's law at all temperature

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Last Answer : (A) Low pressure & high temperature

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Last Answer : (C) PV = A + B/V + C/V2 + D/V3 + ...

Description : Compressibility factor of a gas is (A) Not a function of its pressure (B) Not a function of its nature (C) Not a function of its temperature (D) Unity, if it follows PV = nRT

Last Answer : (A) Not a function of its pressure

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Last Answer : 2.02 atm (apex)

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Last Answer : (C) Has constant specific heat

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Last Answer : (A) Vapour pressure of component A to that of component B

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Last Answer : z = pV/ RT

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Last Answer : (D) Vapor phase obeys Dalton's law and liquid phase obeys Raoult's law

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Last Answer : Here R is the molar gas constant. The value of R is L-atm unit 0.0621 L atm mol-¹K- . The dimension of R = work / (mole × K) Thus , the amount of work or energy obtained from the standard gas per mole for 1 K temperature increase is equal to R. This is the physical significance of R.

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Last Answer : Ans:- Non ideal solution are those which do not obey Raoult’s law. When the molecular interaction between solute molecules solvent. Solvent molecules is not same as the molecular interaction between solute & solvent molecules then deviotion occurs.

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Last Answer : (A) With pressure changes at constant temperature

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Last Answer : (A) Ideal solutions

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Last Answer : (D) None of these

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Last Answer : C) Work done under isothermal condition

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Last Answer : (B) T and P

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