Ammonia

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  • Q1

    The catalyst used in Haber’s process is:

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    Answer:

    Fe

    Explanation:

    Finely divided iron is added as a catalyst in Haber’s process. It increases the speed of the reaction.

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  • Q2

    The reactants used in Haber’s process are

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    Answer:

    N2 and H2 in the ratio 1:3.

    Explanation:

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  • Q3

    The chemical formula of the dense white fumes formed when conc. hydrochloric acid is added to ammonia solution is

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    Answer:

    NH4Cl

    Explanation:

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  • Q4

    The reagent which can be used for drying ammonia gas is:

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    Answer:

    quicklime.

    Explanation:

    Phosphorous pentoxide, calcium chloride, conc. sulphuric acid and quicklime all are commonly used drying agents. But only quicklime is used for drying ammonia. This is because except quicklime all other compounds react with ammonia since ammonia is basic in nature.

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  • Q5

    The ammonia used in the laboratory as bench reagent is:

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    Answer:

    dilute solution of liquor ammonia in water

    Explanation:

    In laboratories dilute solution of liquor ammonia in water is used as bench reagent. It is also called ammonium hydroxide solution.

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