# Loook at the attachement and sol;ve the questions

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by rajusetu
sir ours is integrated sylabus
i am in class8
but now i go to class9
this si from fiitjee material
sir

2015-04-28T22:48:48+05:30

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2.        P2 / P1 =  T2/ T1
10^6  / 0.25 * 10^6  =  T2 / 300 K
=> T2 = 1200 K
It will  blow up at  1200 K
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P1 = 5 atm      T1 = 303 K          V1          n1      m1
P1  V1 =  n1  R T1

T2  = 293 K,       n1,   m1 same
V2  = 160% V1 = 1.6 V1           =>    P2 =  P1 /1.6

n3 =  n1 * 120%  = 1.2 n1            V3 = V2 = 1.6 V1
T3 = ?        P3 =  P1

P3 V3 / [P1 V1 ] =  n3 R T3 / [ n1 R T1 ]
1.6 = 1.2 * T3 / 303

T3 =  1.6 / 1.2 *    303 K

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I think there is a misprint in the number :  10 deg C  increase in temperature or  10% increase in pressure....    Increase of 10 deg. C  cannot increase pressure by 10%.

m = 12 gm          T1 = 273+t deg K          V1 = v litre        P1 = 1 atm
M = 120        => n = 0.1  number of moles

if the increase of temperature is:  100 deg C
T2 = 373+t  deg K            V2 = v litre        P2 = 1.10  atm

P2/P1 = T2 / T1      =>     1.10 (273 + t) = 373 + t
=>    t = 10 *  72.7  =  727 deg C

if the increase of pressure is 1 % only and increase of temperature is 10 degC,
P2/P1 = 1.01 = 283+t  / (273+t)
t = 727 deg  C
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then calculate V as:
v  = n *  R (273+t)  / P1          as all quantities are known

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