Problem: The following information is to be used for the next three problems. A lab bench has three one liter stopped flasks. Flask A contains one mole of NH3 gas. Flask B contains one mole of N2 gas and Flask C contains one mole of SO 2 gas. All are at the same temperature. Which flask has molecules with the greatest average kinetic energy?a. cannot be determined without more informationb. all are the samec. Ad. Be. C Which flask has gas with the greatest density in g/L?a. cannot be determined without more informationb. all are the samec. Ad. Be. C Which flask has the molecules with the greatest average speed (velocity)?a. cannot be determined without more informationb. all are the samec. Ad. Be. C

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The following information is to be used for the next three problems. A lab bench has three one liter stopped flasks. Flask A contains one mole of NH3 gas. Flask B contains one mole of Ngas and Flask C contains one mole of SO 2 gas. All are at the same temperature. Which flask has molecules with the greatest average kinetic energy?

a. cannot be determined without more information

b. all are the same

c. A

d. B

e. C

Which flask has gas with the greatest density in g/L?

a. cannot be determined without more information

b. all are the same

c. A

d. B

e. C

Which flask has the molecules with the greatest average speed (velocity)?

a. cannot be determined without more information

b. all are the same

c. A

d. B

e. C

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