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50cc of hydrogen collected over mercury the level of which stands 20cm above the level of mercury in the trough. If the atmospheric pressure be 760mm, calculate the volume it will occupy when the level of mercury inside and outside the tube is made same.

50cc of hydrogen  collected over mercury the level of which stands 20cm above the level of mercury in the trough. If the atmospheric pressure be 760mm, calculate the volume it will occupy when the level of mercury  inside and outside the tube is made same.
 

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Arun
25763 Points
2 years ago
Dear student
 
Use p1=560mmHg, v1=50cc
p2=760mmHg, then v2=p1v1/p2=36.84cc
 
Hope it helps
 
Regards
Arun (askIITians f0rum expert)
Abishek paikra
13 Points
one month ago
50cc of hydrogen collected over mercury the level of which stands 20cm above the level of mercury in the trough. If the atmospheric pressure be 760mm, calculate the volume it will occupy when the level of mercury inside and outside the tube is made same

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