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CLASS - XI CHEMISTRY (States of Matter: Gases and Liquids) 1. Define Van der waals forces. 2.

Give an example to show dipole-dipole forces. 3. What type of bond exists between H 2O,HF, NH3, C2H5OH molecule.? 4. Ice has lower density than water. Give reason. 5. Water has maximum density at 40C. Give reason. 6. Define thermal energy? 7. What are the factors responsible for the strength of hydrogen bonds? 8. Define Boyles law. 9. Why helium and hydrogen gases not liquefied at room temperature by applying very high pressure? 10. At what temperature will the volume of a gas at 00 c double itself, pressure remaining constant? 11. How is the pressure of a given sample of a gas related to temperature at volume? 12. Define absolute zero temperature. 13. 50 cm3 of hydrogen gas enclosed in a vessel maintained under a pressure of 1400 Torr, is allowed to expand to 125 cm3 under constant temperature conditions. What would be its pressure? 14. State the law depicting the volume-temperature relationship. 15. State Avogadros Law. Is the converse of Avogadros law true? 16. Write Van der waals equation for n moles of a gas.

17. Out of NH3 and N2, which will have (i) larger value of a and (ii) larger value of b? 18. What property of molecules of real gases is indicated by van der waals constant a? 19. Under what conditions do real gases tend to show ideal gas behaivour? 20. How are Van der waals constants a and b related to the tendency to liquefy? 21.Mention the two assumptions of kinetic theory of gases that do not hold good. 22. When does a gas show ideal behaivour in terms of volume? 23. Define Boyle point. 24. Calculate the pressure exerted by one mole of CO2 at 273 k if the Van der waals constant a = 3.592 dm6 atm mol-1. Assume that the volume occupied by CO2 molecules is negligible. 25. What is the value of compressibility factor Z, of a gas when (i) pressure is low, (ii) pressure is high, (iii) at intermediate pressure. 26. Define standard boiling point. 27. What is surface energy? 28. What is surface tension? What is its S.I unit? 29. How does surface tension change when temperature is raised?

30. Why does viscosity of liquids decrease as the temperature is raised? 31. Why are tyres of automobiles inflated to lesser pressure, in summer than in winter? 32. Why is glycerol highly viscous? 33. What is the effect of temperature on (i) density (ii) vapors pressure of a liquid? 34. Some tiny light hollow spheres are placed in a flask. What would happen to these spheres, if temperature is raised? 35. The boiling points of a liquid rises on increasing pressure. Give reason. 36.