Zero

Unity

Infinity

None of these

A. Zero

Increases with rise in pressure

Decreases with rise in pressure

Is independent of pressure

Is a path function

Critical temperature

Melting point

Freezing point

Both (B) and (C)

Fusion

Vaporisation

Transition

None of these

Prediction of the extent of a chemical reaction

Calculating absolute entropies of substances at different temperature

Evaluating entropy changes of chemical reaction

Both (B) and (C)

Evaporation

Liquid extraction

Drying

Distillation

Rate of change of vapour pressure with temperature

Effect of an inert gas on vapour pressure

Calculation of ΔF for spontaneous phase change

Temperature dependence of heat of phase transition

Not changed

Decreasing

Increasing

Data sufficient, can't be predicted

The distribution law

Followed from Margules equation

A corollary of Henry's law

None of these

Zero

Positive

Negative

None of these

Only ΔE = 0

Only ΔH =0

ΔE = ΔH = 0

dQ = dE

its internal energy (U) decreases and its entropy (S) increases

U and S both decreases

U decreases but S is constant

U is constant but S decreases

Straight line

Sine curve

Parabola

Hyperbola

ds = 0

ds < 0

ds > 0

ds = Constant

Latent heat of vaporisation

Chemical potential

Molal boiling point

Heat capacity

Enthalpy

Internal energy

Either (A) or (B)

Neither (A) nor (B)

In standard state

At high pressure

At low temperature

In ideal state

Melting point of ice

Melting point of wax

Boiling point of liquids

None of these

Δ H = 0 and ΔS = 0

Δ H ≠ 0 and ΔS = 0

Δ H ≠ 0 and ΔS ≠ 0

Δ H = 0 and ΔS ≠ 0

Equilibrium cannot be established

More ice will be formed

More water will be formed

Evaporation of water will take place

Zero

Unity

Infinity

Negative

P + F - C = 2

C = P - F + 2

F = C - P - 2

P = F - C - 2

Work required to refrigeration obtained

Refrigeration obtained to the work required

Lower to higher temperature

Higher to lower temperature

Zeroth

First

Second

Third

T = [RT/(V- b)] - [a/√T. V(V + b)]

^{2}) + ……

_{1}u_{2} + μ_{2}μ_{1} = 0

None of these

Like internal energy and enthalpy, the absolute value of standard entropy for elementary substances is zero

Melting of ice involves increase in enthalpy and a decrease in randomness

The internal energy of an ideal gas depends only on its pressure

Maximum work is done under reversible conditions

V/T = Constant

V ∝ 1/T

V ∝ 1/P

PV/T = Constant

Volume, mass and number of moles

Free energy, entropy and enthalpy

Both (A) and (B)

None of these

Vapor pressure

Specific Gibbs free energy

Specific entropy

All (A), (B) and (C)

_{1}dμ_{1} + n_{2}dμ_{2} + ....n_{j}dμ_{j} = 0, for a system of definite composition at constant temperature and pressure

Applies only to binary systems

Finds no application in gas-liquid equilibria involved in distillation

None of these

Increases

Decreases

Remains unchanged

First decreases and then increases