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Introduction to Ideal Gasses

Q. 1. An empty tank is slowly filled with air. Water is then added to the tank, decreasing the volume for the air in the tank. The temperature remains...

Solved • Mar 18, 2020

Introduction to Ideal Gasses

Q. A 3.0 L tank contains helium at 3.0 atm and 300 K. The tank is sealed cooled until the pressure is 1.0 atm. What is the final temperature assuming ...

Solved • May 8, 2017

Introduction to Ideal Gasses

Q. A metal bulb is filled with 10.2 g of CHCl 3 and 1.67 g of CH4 (two gases). What is the total pressure in the bulb if the temperature is 345°C and ...

Solved • Apr 25, 2017

Introduction to Ideal Gasses

Q. A certain quantity of a gas occupies 61.3 mL at 68°C. If the pressure remains constant, what would the volume of the gas be at 17°C? 1. 52 mL 2. ...

Solved • Apr 25, 2017

Introduction to Ideal Gasses

Q. The same number of grams of NH 3 and O2 are placed in separate bulbs of equal volume and temperature under conditions when both gases behave ideall...

Solved • Apr 25, 2017