The rate of effusion of nitrogen gas, Chemistry

How can we calculate the rate of effusion of nitrogen gas from a cylinder and How much time it will take??

Ans) rate of effusion=r=(volume of nitrogen gas effusing from the cylinder)/(time taken)

also since pressure and temperature are constant, volume is proprtional to no. of moles

so,r=(no. of moles of N2 effusing)/(time taken)



Posted Date: 4/5/2013 12:38:04 AM | Location : United States

Related Discussions:- The rate of effusion of nitrogen gas, Assignment Help, Ask Question on The rate of effusion of nitrogen gas, Get Answer, Expert's Help, The rate of effusion of nitrogen gas Discussions

Write discussion on The rate of effusion of nitrogen gas
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
The magnetic quantum number of valence electron of sodium (Na) is: (1) 3               (2) 2         (3) 1                (4) 0 Ans: 0

theory of oxidation & reduction titration with examples

Explain in words why hydroboration leads to anti-Markovnikov addition of hydrogen whereas most electrophilic addtions to alkenes result in Markovnikov addition.

What did thomson''s model of an atom look like, when did he discover the atom, where did he discover it, how did he, who helped him, when did he die, how did he die??????

Which of the following statements is not correct for an electron that has the quantum numbers n=4   and m =2: (1)  The electron may have the quantum number s= +1/2 (2) The e

Q. Illustrate Classification of Emulsions? Emulsions are classified as: • Oil-in-water emulsion: This is a colloidal dispersion in which droplets of oil are dispersed in

Q. Illustrate Crystal Field Theory with s-orbitals? Let us start with s-orbitals which are spherically symmetrical. Any effect due to mutual repulsions between the s-electrons

In Balmer series of hydrogen atom spectrum which electronic transition causes third line: (1) Fifth Bohr orbit to second one (2) Fifth Bohr orbit to first one (3) Fourth

Determine the molality of an aqueous solution that is 12.0 percent urea by mass

Q. Objective of elements of group 16? You should be able to: • describe the occurrence, extraction and uses of the elements of Group 16, • describe the allotropic forms o