Vicky Pramod Sahu posted an Question
June 29, 2020 • 15:35 pm 20 points
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Charcoal (1 gram) of surface area 100 sq m per gram, absorbs 60 mg of acetic acid from an aqueous solution at 25 ºc and 1 atmosphere pressure. the number of mol

Charcoal (1 gram) of surface area 100 sq m per gram, absorbs 60 mg of acetic acid from an aqueous solution at 25 ºC and 1 atmosphere pressure. The number of moles of acetic acid adsorbed per sq cm of charcoal surface is:

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  • Suman Kumar best-answer

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    Priyanshu kumar best-answer

    Molecular mass of acetic acid =60 gm/ mol. 60 AcoH get absorbed means( 60 gm/60 gm/mol)=1 mol AcoH. Given, 100 m^2 =10^6 cm^2 surface area. In 10^6 cm^2 area ,1 mol AcoH is absorbed. In 1 cm^2 area , 10^-6 mol AcoH is absorbed.

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