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## A gas cylinder filled with hydrogen holds 5gof the gas The same cylinder holds 85gof gas Xunder the same temperature and pressureCalculate molecular weight of gasX

Vapour density may be defined as the ratio between the mass of a certain volume of a substance with the mass of the same volume of hydrogen under the same conditions of temperature and pressure Therefore vapour densityVDMassofacertainvolumeofgasXundersimilarconditionsMassofanequalvolumeofhydrogenundersimilarconditions85517 The relativemolecular mass of a gas or vapour is twice its vapour density Therefore molecular mass2VD21734

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A gas cylinder filled with hydrogen holds

5 g

of the gas. The same cylinder holds

85 g of gas X

under the same temperature and pressure. Calculate molecular weight of gas

X .

Vapour density may be defined as the ratio between the mass of a certain volume of a substance with the mass of the same volume of hydrogen under the same conditions of temperature and pressure.

Therefore, vapour density,

V.D=Mass of a certain volumeof gas X under similar conditionsMass of an equal volume of hydrogen under similar conditions=855=17

.

The relative molecular mass of a gas or vapour is twice its vapour density.

Therefore, molecular mass

=34 .

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## A gas cylinder filled with hydrogen holds 5 g of the gas. The same cylinder holds 85 g of a gas X, under the same temperature and pressure. Calculate the vapour density and mol. wt. of the gas X.

(17, 34)A gas cylinder filled with hydrogen holds 5 g of the gas. The same cylinder holds 85 g of a gas X, under the same temperature and pressure. Calculate the vapour density and mol. wt. of the gas X.

A gas cylinder filled with hydrogen holds 5 g of the gas. The same cylinder holds 85 g of a gas X, under the same temperature and pressure. Calculate the vapour density and mol. wt. of the gas X.

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hello everyone the question is with hydrogen hole we have to calculate the it is the cylinder have temperature and to calculate the vapour density in the vapour density is

equals to mass of gas at STP mass of gas by mass of the equal volume of H2 equal volume because law they will equal number of moles and equal volume so we can write excise day so the mass of gas x xx STP is 85 and mass of equal volume of H2O is the

vapour density now moving onto the molecular weight both of them happy same condition of temperature and pressure both the gases have temperature they will follow Polo

law which state that they will have number of moral aur so find out the number of moles of hydrogen number of mood off hydrogen is equals to number of moles of X so this can be written as

number of moles of hydrogen is given mass is 5 gram upon molecular weight of hydrogen the molecular weight and molecular weight of so on molecular weight of 85 into 2 by 5 it will be 17

into two equal to 34 G so the molecular weight the molecular weight density o 34 gram and 17 respectively who you all understood it

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Vapour density of a compound is defined as the ratio of mass of a certain volume of gas to the mass of the same volume of hydrogen gas under conditions of temperature and pressure. Vapour density =("Mass of certain of gas"(22.4L)"at STP")/("Mass of same volume of" H_(2) "gas"(22.4L)"at STP") =(Mw)/(2) i.e., Molecular mass of gas=Vapour density xx2 Vapour density is a unitless quantity it is unaffected by variation of temperature and pressure. At STP, 5.6 litre of a gas weighs 60g. the vapour density of gas is:

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and another flask of

2 V d m 3 contains gas B

at the same temperature If density of gas

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then the ratio of pressure exerted by gases is .

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and another flask of

2 V d m 3 contains gas B

at the same temperature If density of gas

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## A Gas Cylinder Filled with Hydrogen Holds 5g of the Gas. the Same Cylinder Holds 85 G of Gas X Under the Same Temperature and Pressure. Calculate : Vapour Density of Gas X.

A Gas Cylinder Filled with Hydrogen Holds 5g of the Gas. the Same Cylinder Holds 85 G of Gas X Under the Same Temperature and Pressure. Calculate : Vapour Density of Gas X.

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A gas cylinder filled with hydrogen holds 5g of the gas. The same cylinder holds 85 g of gas X under the same temperature and pressure. Calculate :

Vapour density of gas X.

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### SOLUTION

V.D = mass of gas at STP

mass of the equal volume ofH

mass of gas at STPmass of the equal volume of H2=855=17

Concept: Relationship Between Vapour Density and Relative Molecular Mass

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