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Imdadul Haque posted an Question
January 09, 2021 • 10:51 am 30 points
  • IIT JAM
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In the melting of ice, which one of the conditions will be more favourable? (a) high temperature and high pressure. o(b) low temperature and low pressure. o (c)

In the melting of ice, which one of the conditions will be more favourable? (A) High temperature and high pressure. O(B) Low temperature and low pressure. O (C) Low temperature and high pressure. (D) High temperature and low pressure.

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  • Suman Kumar

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    Priyanshu kumar Best Answer

    Option A is correct Explanation:- Since ice melts with the absorption of heat and decreases in volume, hence both temperature and pressure affect the melting of ice. Since the change of ice into water is an endothermic process hence with rising of temperature ice melts into water. Since the volume of ice is more than that of water so an increase of pressure favour melting.

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    Sir C q nehii hoga ?

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    forward reaction endothermic hai so increase in temperature favours karta hai melting

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    lechatilier principle ke according forward reaction jb endothermic hota hai then increase in temp favours the process and increases the equilibrium constant

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    now got this?

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