The density of oxygen at ntp is 16 grams per diem cube to water temperature should it be heated at constant pressure so that the density become 8 gram per DM cube?
Asked by hemanttkumarr | 31st Oct, 2017, 06:35: PM
Since volume directly proportional to Temperature, heating increases temperature, increases volume
and density decreases. So Heating at constant pressure leads to decrease of density from 16gm/dm3
to 8 gm/dm3
Answered by | 1st Nov, 2017, 11:38: AM
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