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For a zeroth order chemical reaction, which one of the following is FALSE?

**For a zeroth order chemical reaction, which one of the following is FALSE?**

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Assuming the solid phases to be pure, the slope of line BC in the predominance area diagram schematically shown below is _____ (answer up to two decimal places) Read more

Assuming the solid phases to be pure, the slope of line BC in the predominance area diagram schematically shown below is _____ (answer up to two decimal places)

Pure orthorhombic sulphur transforms to stable monoclinic sulphur above 368.5 K. Applying the third law of thermodynamics, the value of entropy (in JK-1) of transformation at 368.5 K is _____ (answer up to two decimal places) Given: Entropy change associated with ...Read more

Pure orthorhombic sulphur transforms to stable monoclinic sulphur above 368.5 K. Applying the third law of thermodynamics, the value of entropy (in JK^{-1}) of transformation at 368.5 K is _____ (answer up to two decimal places)

Given: Entropy change associated with heating orthorhombic sulphur from 0 K to 368.5K is 36.86 J K^{-1}.

Entropy change associated with cooling monoclinic sulphur from 368.5 K to 0 K is -37.8 J K^{-1}.

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A solution contains 10-3 M of Fe+3 at 25°C. The solubility of product of Fe(OH)3 is 10-39. Assuming activity equals concentration, the maximum pH at which Fe+3 will precipitate as Fe(OH)3 is _______. (answer up to two decimal places)

A solution contains 10^{-3} M of Fe^{+3} at 25°C. The solubility of product of Fe(OH)_{3 }is 10^{-39}. Assuming activity equals concentration, the maximum pH at which Fe^{+3 }will precipitate as Fe(OH)_{3 }is _______. (answer up to two decimal places)

A stoichiometric equation of CO and pure oxygen at 1atm and 25°C flows into a combustion reactor. The molar flow rate of CO entering the reactor is 1kg-mol.h-1. The adiabatic flame temperature (in K) for the combustion of CO with ...Read more

A stoichiometric equation of CO and pure oxygen at 1atm and 25°C flows into a combustion reactor. The molar flow rate of CO entering the reactor is 1kg-mol.h-1. The adiabatic flame temperature (in K) for the combustion of CO with stoichiometric oxygen is ______. (answer up to two decimal places).

Given ΔH0298 (CO-CO2) =-282000 KJ (kg-mol-CO)-1, Cp(CO2)= 44 KJ (kg-mol K)-1