# Chemical Engineering - Stoichiometry

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### Exercise :: Stoichiometry - Section 1

1.

CaCO3 contains __________ percent of Ca by weight.

 A. 40 B. 48 C. 96 D. 12

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2.

Solutions which distil without change in composition are called

 A. ideal B. saturated C. supersaturated D. azeotropic

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3.

Gases having same reduced temperatures and reduced pressures

 A. deviate from ideal gas behaviour to the same degree. B. have nearly the same compressibility factor. C. both (a) and (b). D. neither (a) nor (b).

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4.

Which of the following is not a unit of pressure ?

 A. Torr B. Newton/m2 C. Parsec D. Ata, bar or pascal

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5.

The evaporation of aqueous solution of sugar causes its molarity to

 A. decrease. (b) increase. B. remain unchanged. C. either (a) or (b); depends on the concentration of the solution.