Shweta Thakur posted an Question
January 27, 2021 • 21:34 pm 30 points
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How the volume of 1 mole of water at hundred degree celsius is 18 ml and at zero degree celsius it is 22.4 litre

how the volume of 1 mole of water at hundred degree celsius is 18 ml and at zero degree celsius it is 22.4 litre

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  • Amol ashok pawar

    For water, 1 gram is approximately 1 mL. 22.4 L/mol is the molar volume of an ideal gas at STP. Since water is not a gas at STP, you can't apply that. If you had one mole substance that is a gas at STP (hydrogen, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, etc.) you could say that they occupy a volume of approximately 22.4 L.

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    I m not getting

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    what I have written that is correct n???

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    I think you meant it otherwise. at 100C water will be in gaseous phase

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    sir water completely boiled at 100 degree celcius

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    yes that means now water is in gaseous state H2O(g)

  • Suman Kumar Best Answer

    You have written other way round; I suppose

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    The volume of water at 100 degrees Celsius is 22.4 Lt

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    no sir

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    at 0 degree Celsius and 1 arm pressure volume of water is 22400 ml

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    not possible

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    see this

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    0 degree Celsius water is liquid not a gas

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    it is applicable to Gas

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    sir I am saying that volume of 1 mole of water at 100 celcius is 18 ml

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    Priyanshu kumar

    1 mole of Water = 18 grams Density of Water at STP = 1 gram/ml Therefore, Volume of 1 mole of Water = 18 ml.

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    this is at 100 degree celcius n

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    no it is at 0°C

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    volume of 1 mole of water at 0°C= 18ml ..as you mention for 22.4L it is applicable for molar volume of gas

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    see

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    what is the whole question pls send

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    ....

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    I have solved

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    1 mole of steam ke liye 22.4 L honge for water STP pe 18ml honge...ye correct h

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    sir aise hai ye

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    ....

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    ans aaye?

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    yrs

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    doubt keval itna hai ki volume of 1 mole of water at 100 degree celcius 18 hota

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    fr 22.4 kB hota

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    sir

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    Water at STP is actually in Liquid State, 22.4L is only applicable to Gases.

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    For water, 1 gram is approximately 1 mL. so 18gm ke liye 18 ml hoga

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    sir fr inhone Charles law Jo use Kiya hai usme 0 degree celcius pe 22400 ml liya hua

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    ....

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    inhone kaise use kiya hai..maine to nhi padha hai ..i have to check is that possible or not

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    ok sir

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    vase question ke aur bhi methods hai usse ho jata yhi answer aata last time Dinesh sir ne doosra method se krke btaya tha

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    actually we know that water boils at 100 and freeze at 0 so we water start to boil from 0 to 100 degree ......ye kha tha sir ne volume 22400 liter kyun Lete hai 0 degree pe water ke liye vi nhi btya

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    vo**

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    Charles law kaise use Kiya vo btaya tha sir ne

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    i have searched but not get authentic information...in maxm places it is given the same which i explain

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    ok sir thanku

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    sir

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    sir

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