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Molar heat capacity is the heat required to raise the temperature of one mole of material by one degree, since heat is not a state function, the amount of heat required to produce a given change in its state depends on the path followed

 Specific heat  Molecular weight. It is measured at constant pressure

Specific heat  Molecular weight. It is measured at constant volume

The specific heat of a gas at constant volume is 0.075 cal/g. Predict the atomicity of the gas. Molar mass of gas is 40 g

a)

3

b)

2

c)

1

d)

None of these


Question ID - 103873 | Toppr Answer

Molar heat capacity is the heat required to raise the temperature of one mole of material by one degree, since heat is not a state function, the amount of heat required to produce a given change in its state depends on the path followed

 Specific heat  Molecular weight. It is measured at constant pressure

Specific heat  Molecular weight. It is measured at constant volume

The specific heat of a gas at constant volume is 0.075 cal/g. Predict the atomicity of the gas. Molar mass of gas is 40 g

a)

3

b)

2

c)

1

d)

None of these

1 Answer - 5876 Votes

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Answer Key : (c) -

(c)

 cal

 cal

Thus, gas is monatomic



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