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Ch. 17 - Chemical Thermodynamics
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Ch.20 - Organic Chemistry
Ch.22 - Chemistry of the Nonmetals
Ch.23 - Transition Metals and Coordination Compounds

Solution: Because He gas is pumped into a rigid container at constant temperature, the pressure inside the container increases. Which of the following are true?A. As the pressure increases, there are less collisions of helium atoms with the wall of the container B. As the pressure increases, the volume of container also increases C. More than one D. More collisions between helium atoms and the wall of the container will occur as the pressure inside the container increases. E. None of the above

Problem

Because He gas is pumped into a rigid container at constant temperature, the pressure inside the container increases. Which of the following are true?

A. As the pressure increases, there are less collisions of helium atoms with the wall of the container 

B. As the pressure increases, the volume of container also increases 

C. More than one 

D. More collisions between helium atoms and the wall of the container will occur as the pressure inside the container increases. 

E. None of the above

Solution

Establish the definition of pressure and determine the effect of increasing P in He gas at constant temperature

Recall that pressure is the force applied to a surface of an object per unit area.

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