The system shown in the figure is in equilibrium, where and are isomeric liquids and form an ideal solution at K. Standard vapour pressures of and are and , respectively, at K. We collect the vapour of and in two containers of volume , first container is maintained at 2 K and second container is maintained at . At the temperature greater than K, both and exist in only gaseous form

We assume than collected gases behave ideally at 2 K and there may take place an isomerization reaction in which gets converted into by first-order kinetics reaction given as:

where is a rate constant

In container (II) at the given temperature , and are ideal in nature and non reacting in nature. A small pin hole is made into container. We can determine the initial rate of effusion of both gases in vacuum by the expression

Where, pressure difference between system and surrounding

positive constant

molecular weight of the gas

If partial vapour pressure of is twice that of partial vapour pressure of and total pressure 2 atm at K, where K and L, then the number of moles of and in vapour phase is: |
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The system shown in the figure is in equilibrium, where and are isomeric liquids and form an ideal solution at K. Standard vapour pressures of and are and , respectively, at K. We collect the vapour of and in two containers of volume , first container is maintained at 2 K and second container is maintained at . At the temperature greater than K, both and exist in only gaseous form

We assume than collected gases behave ideally at 2 K and there may take place an isomerization reaction in which gets converted into by first-order kinetics reaction given as:

where is a rate constant

In container (II) at the given temperature , and are ideal in nature and non reacting in nature. A small pin hole is made into container. We can determine the initial rate of effusion of both gases in vacuum by the expression

Where, pressure difference between system and surrounding

positive constant

molecular weight of the gas

If partial vapour pressure of is twice that of partial vapour pressure of and total pressure 2 atm at K, where K and L, then the number of moles of and in vapour phase is: |
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b) |
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