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0.16 g of methane was subjected to combustion at $$\displaystyle 27^{\circ}$$ C in a bomb Calorimeter. The temperature of calorimeter system (including water) was found to rise by $$\displaystyle 0.5^{\circ}$$ C. The heat of combustion of methane at :
( i ) constant volume and ( ii ) constant pressure.
[Given: The thermal capacity of calorimeter system is 17.7 kJ $$\displaystyle K^{-1}.$$ $$\displaystyle \left ( R=8.314\: J\: mol^{-1}K^{-1} \right )]$$


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( i ) 885 kJ / mol ( ii ) 889.95 kJ / mol
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( i ) 785 kJ / mol ( ii ) 859.95 kJ / mol
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C
( i ) 587kJ / mol ( ii ) 789.95 kJ / mol
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( i ) 985 kJ / mol ( ii ) 999.95 kJ / mol
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Solution

The correct option is B ( i ) $$\displaystyle -$$885 kJ / mol ( ii ) $$\displaystyle -$$889.95 kJ / mol
$${ CH }_{ 4 }\left( g \right) +2{ O }_{ 2 }\left( g \right) \rightarrow C{ O }_{ 2 }(g)+2{ H }_{ 2 }O(l)$$
Heat of combustion at constant volume i.e., $${ q }_{ v }=\Delta E=$$ internal energy.
$$\Delta E=$$ Heat capacity of calorimeter$$\times $$(rise in temperature)$$\times $$((molar mass of compound)/(mass of compound))

        $$\displaystyle=17.7\times0.5\times\frac { 16 }{ 0.16 } =885$$
$${ q }_{ { v } }=\Delta E=-885\ kJ/mol$$
Heat of combustion at constant pressure $$={ q }_{ p }=\Delta H=$$ethalpy
$$\Delta H=\Delta E+\Delta nRT$$
$$\Delta n=1-3=-2$$
$$T=300K;R=8.314\times{ 10 }^{ -3 }kJ.{ K }^{ -1 }/mol$$
So, $$\Delta H=-885+(-2)\times (8.314\times{ 10 }^{ -3 })\times 300=-889.99\ kJ/mol$$

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