1. An inexpansible vessel contains 2.5 kg of gas at 400 K.

What is the mass of gas expelled from the vessel if it is heated from 400 K to 500 K under const ant pressure? A 0.5 kg B 1.0 kg C 1.5 kg D 2.0 kg E 2.5 kg 2. When a compressed ideal gas escapes from a cylinder into the atmosphere its temperature drops because the gas does work against the cohesive forces betw een its molecules. A Both statements are true and the second statement explains the first B Both statements are true but the second statement does not explain the f irst C The first statement is true, the second statement is false D The first statement is false, the second statement is true E Both statements are false 3. In a change in which the external work done by or on a gas is equal to t he heat given to or extracted from the gas, the p-V graph is A a rectangular hyperbola B a curve whose slope is numerically less than that of the rectangular hyp erbola C a curve whose slope is numerically greater than that of the rectangular hyperbola D a line parallel to the pressure axis E a line parallel to the volume axis 6. In an ideal gas kept at constant volume 1 All molecules have the same speed at a given temperature 2 The average speed of the molecules is greater at a higher temperature th an it is at a lower temperature 3 All molecules have the same kinetic energy at a given temperature 4 When the gas suffers a rise in temperature of 1oC the amount of heat nee ded is equal to the total change in the kinetic energy of the molecules A only 1, 2 and 3 are correct B only 1 and 3 are correct C only 2 and 4 are correct D only 4 is correct