# Chemical Engineering - Stoichiometry

Exercise : Stoichiometry - Section 6
1.
The heats of vaporisation of CS2, C2H5OH &H2O are 26.8, 38.6 & 40.6 KJ/kg mole respectively. The order of decreasing inter-molecular forces in these liquids is
H2O > C2H5OH > CS2
CS2 > C2H5OH > H2O
H2O > CS2 > C2H5OH
CS2 > H2O > C2H5OH
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2.
A liquid is in equilibrium with its vapor at its boiling point. On an average, the molecules in the liquid and gaseous phases have equal
kinetic energy.
intermolecular forces of attraction.
potential energy.
total energy.
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3.
Pure aniline is evaporating through a stagnant air film of 1 mm thickness at 300 K and a total pressure of 100 KPa. The vapor pressure of aniline at 300 K is 0.1 KPa. The total molar concentration under these conditions is 40.1 mole/m3 . The diffusivity of aniline in air is 0.74xl0-5m2/s.The numerical value of mass transfer co-efficient is 7.4 x 10-3. Its units are
m/s
cm/s
mole/m2.s.Pa
kmole/m2.s.Pa
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4.
If 1.5 moles of oxygen combines with aluminium to form Al2O3, then the weight of aluminium (atomic weight = 27 ) used in this reaction is __________ gm.
27
54
5.4
2.7