At room temperature, ammonia gas at `1` atm pressure and hydrogen chloride gas at `p` atm pressure are allowed to effuse

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Q 1177112086.     At room temperature, ammonia gas at `1` atm pressure and hydrogen chloride gas at `p` atm pressure are allowed to effuse through identical pin holes from opposite ends of a glass tube of one metre length and of uniform cross-section. Ammonium chloride is first formed at a distance of `60` cm from the end through which HCl gas is sent in. Find the value of `p`.
JEE 1982
A

`1`

B

`2.9`

C

`1.8`

D

`2.2`

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