The azeotropic mixture of water (b.p.100o C)  and HCl (b.p.85o C)  boils at  108.5oC . When this mixture is distilled it is possible to obtain

  • Option 1)

    Pure HCl 

  • Option 2)

    Pure water

  • Option 3)

    Pure water as well as pure HCl

  • Option 4)

    Neither HCl nor H2O in their pure states

 

Answers (1)
V Vakul

As we learned

 

Maximum boiling Azeotrope -

Mixture having boiling point more than the boiling point of liquid A and liquid B.

- wherein

This type of azeotrope is formed by mixture showing -ve deviation.

 

 Azeotropic mixture is constant boiling mixture, it is not possible to separate the components of azeotropic mixture by boiling.

 


Option 1)

Pure HCl 

Option 2)

Pure water

Option 3)

Pure water as well as pure HCl

Option 4)

Neither HCl nor H2O in their pure states

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