1. | A gas has a volume of 10L at - 100 degrees Celsius and .94atm. What would the volume of the gas be in L if the temperature increased to 100 degrees Celsius and the pressure to 1 atm? |
2. | What is the temperature in Kelvin when a gas that occupies 1L at 15 degrees Celsius is compressed to .5L? |
3. | A gas has a starting pressure of 780mm-Hg and 70 degrees Celsius, with an unknown starting volume. The gas is able to expand and it’s final volume was 100 ml, the final pressure was 750mm-Hg and the final temp was 50 degrees Celsius. What was the initial volume in mL? |
4. | A 3.5 L sample of an unknown gas is at a pressure of 900kPa. If the pressure increases to 1013 kPa at a constant temperature of 150 degrees kelvin, What will the new volume be? |
5. | A sample gas occupies 0.5 liters at 30 degrees Celsius and 2000 mm - Hg. What is the temperature in Kelvin at which the gas will occupy 1 liter at 2280 mm-Hg |
6. | A gas occupies 10 L at an unknown pressure. What is the initial pressure, if the final volume is 5L and the pressure is 5atm? |
7. | A gas is cooled from 350 to 300 degrees kelvin, with a constant volume of 5L. What would the final pressure of the gas be in mm-Hg if the initial pressure measures at 850 mm-hg? |
8. | 400L of gas is stored at 100 degrees Celsius at a pressure of 709kPa. The gas is moved to a tank that is 20 degrees Celsius cooler and the pressure of the tank is 3000kPa. What is the volume of the gas in L? |