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**1. A U.S. Weather Bureau forecast cited the atmospheric pressure at
**

sea level as having a value of 768.2 mm Hg. Expressed in kilopascals

(kPa) what would the value be?

(1 atm = 101325 Pa = 760 torr = 760 mm Hg)

a. 778.4 kPa

* b. 102.4 kPa

c. 100.3 kPa

d. 91.62 kPa

e. 1024 kPa

2. A sample of a gas in a cylindrical chamber with a movable piston

occupied a volume of 6.414 liters when the pressure was 850 torr and

the temperature was 27.2 °C. The pressure was readjusted to 4423

torr by moving the piston. What was the volume occupied by the

sample under the new conditions if the temperature remained constant

throughout?

a. 0.837 L

b. 0.937 L

* c. 1.23 L

d. 1.53 L

e. 3.34 L

3. A sample of a gas in a cylindrical chamber with a movable piston

occupied a volume of 1.40 liters when the pressure was 762 torr and

the temperature was 26.9 °C. The volume of the system was

readjusted to 0.150 liters by moving the piston. What was the

pressure exerted on the surface of the piston, in atmospheres, by the

gas if the temperature of the system remained constant?

a. 13.4 atm

b. 883 atm

c. 918 atm

d. 1020 atm

* e. 9.36 atm

4. A sample of a gas in a cylindrical chamber with a movable piston

occupied a volume of 1.40 liters when the pressure was 768 torr and

the temperature was 26.9 °C. The volume of the system was

readjusted to 2.16 liters by changing the temperature while the load on

the piston was kept constant to keep the pressure in the system

constant. What was the temperature in the system at this point?

a. 41.5 ºC

b. 41.9 ºC

* c. 189.8 ºC

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412 L d.1 g mol -1 e.069 L * b. 288. What volume.1 g mol -1 d.5 g mol -1 * c.15 K. 2. 8. 17. 193 g mol -1 2 .78 grams occupies a volume of 2.00 ºC. are required for the complete combustion of 11. measured at STP.41 L b.15 K.0 L e.000 Pascal 6.6 torr. also measured at STP? a.000 Pascal d. 11. pressure: 1. 16.4 L d. are required for the complete reaction with 8. pressure: 1. pressure: 1.6 L 8. What is the molecular mass of the sample? a. The standard reference conditions for gases has the values a.00 K. 13. temperature: 298.000 standard atmosphere e. and the manifold pressure was 637. 8.6 L e. 22. 51. temperature: 0.2 L d. pressure: 1.7 ºC e. also measured at STP? * a. 32.645 L e.000 standard atmosphere c.158 L c.82 L of NO(g).15 K. How many liters of pure oxygen gas. The volume of the bulb was 1. The temperature was 28. 37. measured at STP. temperature: 298.d. 4.6 ºC 5. 1.000 standard atmosphere * b.8 L * c. 33.2 L of methane gas.524 liters. 11. A sample of a gas was isolated in a gas containment bulb on a manifold used in this type work.28 L at STP. A gas sample weighing 3. How many liters of pure oxygen gas. 1.4 L 9.006 L 7.40 °C.2 L b. 1. 1. temperature: 0. A chemical reaction is shown: 2NO(g) + O2(g) → 2NO2(g). 22.82 L c. would this gas sample occupy at STP? a.54 g mol -1 b. temperature: 273. 194. pressure: 1. in liters.

How much should the gas sample weigh? a. When filled with propane gas. 18.0 g/mole and it behaves as an ideal gas? * a. 0.41 g c. increase. 9.45 atm 3 .504 L. 263. G 14.3 torr.42 × 1021 13.1 g e.0 °C and the pressure is 842 torr.66 L when the temperature is 150.20 atm * b. 4.71 liters b.4 liters e.50 atm d. * c.75 atm e.0 liters 12.52 × 1022 b. If the total pressure inside the container is 0. decrease. What volume would 11.10. d. the pressure is 486.52 g d. 11. A gas container has a volume of 6. 44. The density of the gas in the container will a. 7. 9. 0. 0. 2.2 liters d. 5. There is not enough information given to correctly answer this question. 3.3 °C. at 28. 11.60 × 1022 * c.0 liters c.19 × 1022 d. 7. A sealed glass container contains 0.3 moles of N2 gas. 22. 1.2 moles of O 2 gas and 0. b. How many molecules are in the sample? a.67 g * b. 11. remain the same. A gas sample occupies a volume of 1.01 × 1022 e. C3H8. 0.30 atm c.2 g of a gaseous compound occupy at STP if its molecular weight is 44. Two moles of carbon dioxide gas at 35°C are heated to 250°C in a container while the volume is kept constant. 0.75 atm what is the partial pressure of O2 in the glass container? a.

35 b. A gaseous substance diffuses twice as rapidly as sulfur dioxide gas. a positive deviation in the measured value of P from that for an ideal gas due to the finite volume of space occupied by molecules of a real gas. 4 . represents a correction for: a. temperature. pressure. The gas could be a. the average kinetic energy of the gas particles in a gas sample is directly proportional to the a. hydrogen * d. d.80 atm CO 2 gas and 0. What is the mole fraction of N2 in the glass container? a. 18. c. e. the van der Waals constant. a negative deviation in the measured value of P from that for an ideal gas due to the finite volume of space occupied by molecules of a real gas. 0. carbon monoxide b. helium c. a positive deviation in the measured value of P from that for an ideal gas due to the attractive forces between the molecules of a real gas.30 16. methane e.80 * e. 0. * c. 0. 0. b.15. molar mass. a. 1. oxygen 17. number of moles of gas.70 d. A sealed glass container contains partial pressures of 0.35 atm N2 gas. According to the kinetic theory of gases. volume.15 c. The n2a P V2 van der Waals V nb nRT equation of state for a real gas is: In this equation. a negative deviation in the measured value of P from that for an ideal gas due to the attractive forces between the molecules of a real gas. * d. b.

b = 0.51 atm d. a positive deviation in the measured value of P from that for an ideal gas due to the finite mass of the molecules of a real gas. d. high temperature and high pressure.04278 L mol-1) * a. low temperature and high pressure.e.28 atm c. low temperature and low pressure. 2.0 L container at 298 K assuming CH4 is a real gas.440 atm 20. b. 5 . 2. Actually it will behave like an ideal gas regardless of the temperature or the pressure as long as it remains in the gaseous state. e.00 mole of CH 4 be in a 10. 19. 24. A real gas behaves most nearly like an ideal gas under conditions of a. 0.5 atm e. 2. (van der Waals constants for CH 4 are a = 2.253 L2 atm mol-2. * c.43 atm b. The van der n2a P V2 Waals equation of state for a real gas is: V nb nRT At what pressure will 1. high temperature and low pressure.

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