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Fuels1. 0.2475 g of an organic substance gave on combustion 0.4950 g of CO2 and 0.2025 g of water.

Calculate the % of carbon and hydrogen in it. 2. 0.2346 g of an organic compound containing carbon, hydrogen and oxygen only was analysed by the combustion method. The increase in weight of the U-tube and the potash bulbs at the end of the operation was found to be 0.2754 g and 0.4488 g respectively. Determine the % composition of the compound. 3. 0.257 g of an organic substance was heated with conc. sulphuric acid and then distilled with excess of strong alkali. The ammonia gas evolved was absorbed in 50 ml of N/10 HCl, which required 23.2 ml of N/10 NaOH for neutralization at the end of the operation. Determine the % of nitrogen in the substance. 4. 0.4 g of an organic compound was kjeldahlised and ammonia evolved was absorbed into 50 ml of seminormal solution of sulphuric acid. The residual acid solution was diluted with distilled water and the volume was made upto 150 ml. 20 ml of this diluted solution required 31 ml of N/20 NaOH solution for complete neutralization. Calculate the % of nitrogen in the compound. 5. 0.38 g of an organic compound gives 1.17 g of barium sulphate. Calculate the % of sulphur in the compound. 6. A gas is following composition by volume: H= 20%, CH4 6%, CO 22%, CO2 4%, O2 4% and N2 44%. 20% excess air is used. Find the weight of air actually supplied per m3 of this gas. M.w of air= 28.97 7. Calculate the volume of air required for the complete combustion of 1 litre of CO. 8. Calculate the volume of air required for complete combustion of 1 m 3 of gaseous fuel having the composition CO 46%, CH4 10%, C2H2 2%, N2 % and remaining being CO2. 9. Calculate the mass of air needed for complete combustion of 5 Kg of coal containing 80% carbon, 15% hydrogen and rest is oxygen.

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