The following data are obtained from the decomposition of a gaseous compound

Initial pressure, atm               1.6       0.8       0.4

Time for 50% reaction, min     80       113      160

The order of the reaction is

(A) 1.0                                       

(B) 1.5

(C) 2.0                                       

(D) 0.5

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For a given reaction the concentration of the reactant plotted against time gave a straight line with negative slope.

The order of the reaction is-

(A) 3                                                      

(B) 2

(C) 1                                                      

(D) 0

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The rate constant of a first order reaction is generally determined from a plot of 

(A) Concentration of reactant vs time t

(B) log (concentration of reactant) vs time t

(C) 1concentration of reactantvs time t

(D) Concentration of reactant vs log time t

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Which of the following correctly represents the variation of the rate of the reaction with temperature ?

(A)                              

(B) 

(C)                                

(D) 

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The plot of log k versus 1Tis linear with a slope of

(A) EaR                                                    

(B) -EaR

(C) Ea2.303R                                             

(D) -Ea2.303R

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If a reaction A + B C is exothermic to the extent of 30 kJ/mol and the forward reaction has an activation energy 70 kJ/mol, the activation energy for the reverse reaction is

(A) 30 kJ/mol                                       

(B) 40kJ/mol

(C) 70 kJ/mol                                       

(D) 100 kJ/mol

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A first order reaction takes 40 min for 30% decomposition.Calculate t1/2   

(A) 77.7 min.                                                  

(B) 27.2 min.

(C) 55.3 min.                                                 

(D) 67.3 min.

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First Order Reaction Kinetics
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For a certain reaction involving a single reactant, it is found that C0T is constant where C0is the initial concentration of the reactant and T is the half-life. What is the order of the reaction ?

(A) 1                                              

(B) Zero

(C) 2                                              

(D) 3

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Order and Molecularity
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The high temperature ( 1200K) decomposition of CH3COOH(g) occurs as follows as per simultaneous 1st order reactions.

CH3COOH k1 CH4+ CO2

CH3COOH k2 CH2CO + H2O

What would be the % of CH4by mole in the product mixture (excludingCH3COOH) ?

(A) 50 k1k1+k2                                            

(B) 100 k1k1+k2

(C) 200 k1k1+k2                                           

(D) it depends on time

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First Order Reaction Kinetics
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The reaction , A(g) + 2B(g) C(g) + D(g) is an elementary process. In an experiment, the initial partial pressure of A and B are PA= 0.60 and PB= 0.80 atm. When PC= 0.2atm the rate of reaction relative to the initial rate is

(A) 1/48                                                               

(B) 1/24

(C) 9/16                                                              

(D) 1/6

 

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