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liquids and gases. b. solids and liquids. d. solids, liquids, and gases. 2. According to the kinetic-molecular theory, which substances are made of particles? a. ideal gases only c. all matter b. all gases d. all matter except solids 3. According to the kinetic-molecular theory, particles of matter are in motion in a. gases only. c. solids, liquids, and gases. b. gases and liquids. d. solids only. 4. Unlike in an ideal gas, in a real gas a. all particles move in the same direction. b. all particles have the same kinetic energy. c. the particles cannot diffuse. d. the particles exert attractive forces on each other. 5. A real gas a. does not obey all the assumptions of the kinetic-molecular theory. b. consists of particles that do not occupy space. c. cannot be condensed. d. cannot be produced in scientific laboratories. 6. According to the kinetic-molecular theory, what is the most significant difference between gases and liquids? a. the shapes of the particles b. the mass of each particle c. the distance between the particles d. the type of collision that occurs between particles 7. According to the kinetic-molecular theory, particles of a gas a. attract each other but do not collide. b. repel each other and collide. c. neither attract nor repel each other but collide. d. neither attract nor repel each other and do not collide. 8. If a gas with an odor is released in a room, it quickly can be detected across the room because it a. diffuses. c. is compressed. b. is dense. d. condenses. 9. The density of a substance undergoes the greatest change when the substance changes from a a. liquid to a gas. b. liquid to a solid. c. solid to a liquid. d. a molecular solid to an ionic solid.
10. According to the kinetic-molecular theory, how does a gas expand? a. Its particles become larger. b. Collisions between particles become elastic. c. Its temperature rises. d. Its particles move greater distances. 11. Diffusion between two gases occurs most rapidly if the gases are at a a. high temperature and the molecules are small. b. low temperature and the molecules are large. c. low temperature and the molecules are small. d. high temperature and the molecules are large. 12. When does a real gas behave like an ideal gas? a. when the particles are far apart b. when the kinetic energy of the particles is low c. when the pressure is high d. when the gas is liquefied 13. Why doesn't a gas at a low temperature behave like an ideal gas? a. There is too much space between the particles. b. The attractive forces are too weak. c. The kinetic energy of the particles is too low. d. The particles undergo chemical reactions. 14. As a real gas deviates from ideal gas behavior, the particles a. move farther apart. c. collide more energetically. b. gain kinetic energy. d. experience stronger attractive forces. 15. What is the SI unit of force? a. torr c. pound b. pascal d. newton 16. What does the constant bombardment of gas molecules against the inside walls of a container produce? a. temperature b. density c. pressure d. diffusion 17. What is the definition of pressure? a. Pressure =force/area b. Pressure = area/force c. pressure = force × area d. pressure = force/area2 18. What instrument measures atmospheric pressure? a. barometer b. manometer c. vacuum pump d. torrometer 19. What instrument measures the pressure of an enclosed gas? a. barometer b. manometer c. vacuum pump d. torrometer 20. A pressure of 745 mm Hg equals a. 745 torr. b. 1 torr. c. 1 pascal. d. 745 pascal.
21. Convert the pressure 0.840 atm to mm Hg. a. 365 mm Hg b. 437 mm Hg c. 638 mm Hg 22. Convert the pressure 0.600 atm to mm Hg. a. 325 mm Hg b. 456 mm Hg c. 572 mm Hg 23.Convert the pressure 1.30 atm to kPa. a. 2 kPa b. 115 kPa c. 132 kPa d. 245 kPa
d. 780 mm Hg d. 708 mm Hg
24.Standard pressure is the pressure exerted by a column of mercury exactly a. 273 mm high. b. 760 mm high. c. 760 cm high. d. 1.00 m high. 25.If the height of mercury in a barometer at 0ºC is less than 760 mm Hg, then a. the atmospheric pressure is less than standard atmospheric pressure. b. the atmospheric pressure is greater than standard atmospheric pressure. c. the atmospheric pressure is equal to standard atmospheric pressure. d. the atmospheric pressure cannot be determined. 26.If the pressure and temperature of a gas are held constant and some gas is added to the container or some is allowed to escape, a change in which of the following can be observed? a. kinetic energy b. volume c. elasticity d. fluidity 27.To observe the effects of changing pressure on the volume of a gas, factors that must be kept constant are the gas's temperature and a. density. b. quantity. c. elasticity. d. All of the above 28.If the temperature of a fixed quantity of gas decreases and the pressure remains unchanged, a. its volume increases. b. its volume is unchanged. c. its volume decreases. d. its density decreases. 29.Suppose the temperature of the air in a balloon is increased. If the pressure remains constant, what quantity must change? a. volume c. compressibility b. number of molecules d. adhesion 30 If the temperature of a container of gas remains constant, how could the pressure of the gas increase? a. The mass of the gas molecules increases. b. The diffusion of the gas molecules increases. c. The size of the container increases. d. The number of gas molecules in the container increases. 31.If the temperature remains constant, V and P represent the original volume and pressure, and V' and P' represent the new volume and pressure, what is the mathematical expression for Boyle's law? a. P'V = V'P b. VV' c. V'P' = VP = PP' d. 32. The volume of a gas is 400.0 mL when the pressure is 1.00 atm. At the same temperature, what is the pressure at which the volume of the gas is 2.0 L? a. 0.5 atm b. 5.0 atm c. 0.20 atm d. 800 atm 33. A sample of argon gas at standard pressure occupies 1000. mL. At constant temperature, what volume does the gas occupy if the pressure increases to 800. mm Hg? a. 500. mL b. 760. mL c. 950. mL d. 1053. mL
34. At 710. mm Hg, a sample of nitrogen gas occupies 625 mL. What volume does the gas occupy if the temperature remains constant and the pressure increases to 760. mm Hg? a. 135 mL c. 600 mL b. 584 mL d. 669 mL 35.A 425 mL sample of gas is collected at 780. mm Hg. If the temperature remains constant and the pressure falls to 680. mm Hg, what is the new volume? a. 325 mL b. 370 mL c. 488 mL d. 525 mL 36.A 180.0 mL volume of gas is measured at 87.0ºC. If the pressure remains unchanged, what is the volume of the gas at standard temperature? a. 0.0 mL b. 0.5 mL c. 136 mL d. 410 mL 37.The volume of a gas is 93 mL when the temperature is 91ºC. If the temperature is reduced to 0ºC without changing the pressure, what is the new volume of the gas? a. 70 mL b. 100 mL c. 120 mL d. 273 mL 38.The volume of a gas is 400. mL at 30.0ºC. If the temperature is increased to 50.0ºC without changing the pressure, what is the new volume of the gas? a. 375 mL b. 400 mL c. 426 mL d. 600 mL 39.If a gas occupies 950.0 mL at standard temperature, what volume does it occupy at 25.00ºC if the pressure remains constant? a. 870.0 mL b. 966.0 mL c. 1000.0 mL d. 1037 mL 40.The pressure of a 1000. mL sample of gas at 10.0ºC increases from 700. mm Hg to 900. mm Hg. If the volume is unchanged, what is the new temperature? a. 0ºC b. 24ºC c. 30ºC d. 91ºC 41.The pressure of a sample of gas at a constant volume is 8.0 atm at 70.ºC. What is the pressure at 20.ºC? a. 0.16 atm b. 6.8 atm c. 9.4 atm d. 58 atm 42.The pressure of a sample of gas increases from 450. mm Hg to 500. mm Hg. If the volume is constant and the temperature of the gas was 0.0ºC, what is the new gas temperature? a. ±30.ºC b. 30.ºC c. 50.ºC d. 273ºC 43.As the temperature of a sample of gas falls from 45.0ºC to 30.0ºC, its pressure falls to 300. mm Hg. If the volume did not change, what was the original gas pressure? a. 285 mm Hg b. 315 mm Hg c. 400. mm Hg d. 615 mm Hg 44.A sample of gas at 6.0 atm and 5.0ºC increases in temperature to 35ºC. If the volume is unchanged, what is the new pressure? a. 5.4 atm b. 6.6 atm c. 36 atm d. 42 atm 45.The volume of a gas collected when the temperature is 11.0ºC and the pressure is 710 mm Hg measures 14.8 mL. What is the calculated volume of the gas at 20.0ºC and 740 mm Hg? a. 7.8 mL b. 13.7 mL c. 14.6 mL d. 15 mL 46. The volume of a sample of hydrogen is 798 mL and it exerts 621 mm Hg pressure at 5.00ºC. What volume does it occupy at standard temperature and pressure? a. 520. mL b. 640. mL c. 745 mL d. 960 mL
47. A 30.-L sample of gas exerts 200. mm Hg pressure at 10ºC. What volume does the gas have at 300. Mm Hg and 25ºC? a. 9.0 L b. 17 L c. 21 L d. 42 L 48.At 0.500 atm and 15.0ºC a sample of gas occupies 120. L. What volume does it occupy at 0.250 atm and 10.0ºC? a. 60 L b. 111 L c. 236 L d. 480 L 49.A 70.0 L sample of gas at 20.0ºC and 600. mm Hg expands to 90.0 L at 15.0ºC. What is the new gas pressure? a. 318 mm Hg b. 459 mm Hg c. 583 mm Hg d. 710 mm Hg 50.A 75.0 mL sample of gas exerts 200. mm Hg pressure at 30ºC. What pressure does it exert at 35.0ºC if the volume expands to 80.0 mL? a. 90.0 mm Hg b. 161 mm Hg c. 190 mm Hg d. 219 mm Hg 51.A 150.0 L sample of gas is collected at 1.20 atm and 25ºC. What volume does the gas have at 1.50 atm and 20.0ºC? a. 94 L b. 120 L c. 143 L d. 183 L 52.To correct for the partial pressure of water vapor, the vapor pressure of H2O at the collecting temperature is a. divided by 22.4. b. multiplied by 22.4. c. subtracted from the total gas pressure. d. added to the total gas pressure. 53.If five gases in a cylinder each exert 1 atm, what is the total pressure exerted by the gases? a. 0.2 atm b. 0.5 atm c. 1 atm d. 5 atm 54. A sample of nitrogen is collected by water displacement at 730.0 mm Hg and 20ºC. What is the partial pressure of the nitrogen? a. 17.5 mm Hg c. 717.2 mm Hg b. 712.5 mm Hg d. 747.5 mm Hg
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