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**Q1.**Statement 1: The pressure of a fixed amount of an ideal gas is proportional to its temperature

Statement 2: Frequency of collisions and their impact both increase in proportion to the square root of temperature

**Q2.**Statement 1: A lighter gas diffuse more rapidly than a heavier gas

Statement 2: At a given temperature, the rate of diffusion of a gas is inversely proportional to the square root of its density

**Q3.**Statement 1: Andrew’s worked on a temporary gas (so called at that time) and derived the condition to liquefy the permanent gases (so called at that time).

Statement 2: Andrew studied isotherms of CO

_{2}and obtained the required condition for liquefaction of gas as T

_{gas}< T

_{c}(critical temperature).

**Q4.**Statement 1: 1/4 Of the gas is expelled if air present in an open vessel is heated from 27℃ to 127℃.

Statement 2: Rate of diffusion of a gas is inversely proportional to the square root of its molecular mass.

**Q5.**Statement 1: Compressibility factor (Z) for non ideal gases is always greater than 1

Statement 2: Non-ideal gases always exert higher pressure than expected

**Q6.**Statement 1: The compressibility factor less than one is due to the van der Waals’ constant 'a' of a real gas

Statement 2: The compressibility factor less than one is due to excluded volume of the gas

**Q7.**Statement 1: H

_{2}and He show same ideal gas behaviour

Statement 2: All real gases deviate from ideal gas behaviour at low temperature and high pressure

**Q8.**Statement 1: Van der Waals equation is applicable only to non-ideal gases

Statement 2: Ideal gases obey the equation PV=nRT

**Q9.**Statement 1: The value of van der Waals’ constant 'a' is larger for NH

_{3}than for N

_{2}.

Statement 2: H-bonding is present in NH

_{3}.

**Q10.**Statement 1: n

^{2}a/V

^{2}in van der Waals’ equation is a measure of the inter molecular forces

Statement 2: Easily condensable gases have comparatively higher values of the van der Waals’ parameter ‘a’