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Two litre of NH3 at 273K and 1atm pressure neutralised 137cm3 of a solution of sulphuric acid. The normality of the acid is

Two litre of NH3 at 273K and 1atm pressure neutralised 137cm3 of a solution of sulphuric acid. The normality of the acid is

Grade:12th pass

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
4 years ago

2NH3 + H2SO4 → (NH4)2SO4

This would be the reaction.
n-facto for NH3 would be => +1
moles of the NH3  => PV/RT => (1*2/(0.0821*273)) => 0.0829 moles
Equivalents of NH3 = Equivalents of H2SO4
0.0829*11 = moles*2
moles => 0.0446 moles
moles = NV => 0.0466 = N*137/1000
N = 0.32

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