# Problem: Consider two cylinders of gas. One cylinder contains N2 at 2 atm and 25◦C. The other cylinder contains F2 at 1 atm and 50◦C. Which statements is/are true?I) The N2 molecules and the F2 molecules have the same average kinetic energy.II) Every molecule in the N2 sample has the exact same speed.III) If the pressure of N2 was increased without a change in n or V, the temperature would have to increase.IV) The N2 gas would behave less ideally if the pressure was increased.Which of these statements is true?1. III and IV only 2. I and II only3. II and III only4. II and IV only5. I and IV only

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Consider two cylinders of gas. One cylinder contains N2 at 2 atm and 25C. The other cylinder contains F2 at 1 atm and 50◦C. Which statements is/are true?

I) The N2 molecules and the F2 molecules have the same average kinetic energy.

II) Every molecule in the N2 sample has the exact same speed.

III) If the pressure of N2 was increased without a change in n or V, the temperature would have to increase.

IV) The N2 gas would behave less ideally if the pressure was increased.

Which of these statements is true?

1. III and IV only

2. I and II only

3. II and III only

4. II and IV only

5. I and IV only

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