# Chemhw5.3

12 Questions  I  By Ionca
These questions deal with kinetic molecular theory as well as ideal gases. check it out. REMEMBER: PERIOD# followed by FIRST & LAST NAME you must score at least 70

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 1 A gas sample is at STP. Which changes in temperature and pressure will cause this sample to behave more like an ideal gas?
 A. Decreased temperature and increased pressure
 B. Decreased temperature and decreased pressure
 C. Increased temperature and increased pressure
 D. Increased temperature and decreased pressure
 2 According to the kinetic molecular theory, the particles of an ideal gas
 A. Have no potential energy
 B. Have strong intermolecular forces
 C. Are arranged in a regular, repeated geometric pattern
 D. Are separated by great distances, compared to their size
 3 Under which conditions of temperature and pressure does oxygen gas behave most like an ideal gas?
 A. Low temperature and low pressure
 B. Low temperature and high pressure
 C. High temperature and low pressure
 D. High temperature and high pressure
 4 The concept of an ideal gas is used to explain
 A. The mass of a gas sample
 B. The behavior of a gas sample
 C. Why some gases are monatomic
 D. Why some gases are diatomic
 5 Under which conditions of temperature and pressure would a sample of H2(g) behave most like an ideal gas?
 A. 0°C and 100 kPa
 B. 0°C and 300 kPa
 C. 150°C and 100 kPa
 D. 150°C and 300 kPa
 6 Under which conditions of temperature and pressure would helium behave most like an ideal gas?
 A. 50K and 20kPa
 B. 50K and 600kPa
 C. 750K and 20kPa
 D. 750K and 600kPa
 7 Which gas sample at STP has the same total number of molecules as 2.0 liters of CO2 (g) at STP?
 A. 5.0 L of CO2 (g)
 B. 2.0 L of Cl2 (g)
 C. 3.0 L of H2S (g)
 D. 6.0 L of He (g)
 8 Under which conditions of temperature and pressure does a sample of neon behave most like an ideal gas?
 A. 100 K and 0.25 atm
 B. 100 K and 25 atm
 C. 400 K and 0.25 atm
 D. 400 K and 25 atm
 9 According to the kinetic molecular theory, which statement describes the particles in a sample of an ideal gas?
 A. The force of attraction between the gas particles is strong.
 B. The motion of the gas particles is random and straight-line.
 C. The collisions between the gas particles cannot result in a transfer of energy between the particles.
 D. The separation between the gas particles is smaller than the size of the gas particles themselves.
 10 A real gas behaves more like an ideal gas when the gas molecules are
 A. Close and have strong attractive forces between them
 B. Close and have weak attractive forces between them
 C. Far apart and have strong attractive forces between them
 D. Far apart and have weak attractive forces between them
 11 The kinetic molecular theory assumes that the particles of an ideal gas
 A. Are in random, constant, straight-line motion
 B. Are arranged in a regular geometric pattern
 C. Have strong attractive forces between them
 D. Have collisions that result in the system losing energy
 12 A real gas behaves least like an ideal gas under the conditions of
 A. Low temperature and low pressure
 B. Low temperature and high pressure
 C. High temperature and low pressure
 D. High temperature and high pressure
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