CH (3) : Gases laws - Quiz - Faculty of Engineering, Zagazig University BY ENG >>> Mahmoud Esmail AL Nagr
17 mm Hg
740 mm Hg
757 mm Hg
774 mm Hg
You cannot answer this question because you do not know the temperature
1.00 atm
0.624 atm
156 atm
The inverse relationship between the volume and pressure of a gas
the direct relationship between the volume and temperature of a gas
Outcome of the people vs. Boyle trial
The indirect relationship between the volume and temperature of gas
2.0x105 Pa
2.5x105 Pa
5.0x105 Pa
1.2x105 Pa
1.6x105 Pa
2.0x105 Pa
569mL
52.1mL
158mL
4.21L
1.57L
2.58L
At the same temperature and same pressure, 1 mole of two different gases occupies the same volume
At the same temperature and same pressure, 1 mole of two different gases occupies different volumes
1 mole of any gas occupies the same volume at the same pressure
1 mole of any gas occupies the same volume at the same temperature
Have no volume
Have no mass
Have no attractive forces betweenthem
Combination of choices a and c
None of the above
The cloud's volume increases as the temperature of a gas is directly related to its volume.
The cloud's volume increases as the temperature of a gas is inversely related to its volume.
The cloud's volume decreases as the temperature of a gas is directly related to its volume.
The cloud's volume decreases as the temperature of a gas is inversely related to its volume.
These variables are directly related because increasing volume of the gas decreases the pressure the gas exerts
These variables are directly related because increasing volume of the gas increases the pressure the gas exerts
These variables are inversely related because increasing volume of the gas decreases the pressure the gas exerts
These variables are inversely related because increasing volume of the gas increases the pressure the gas exerts
188 ml
98.8 ml
89.7 ml
40300 ml
1.89 L
42300 L
0.163 L
14.1 L
-146 C
10.7 C
695 C
150 C
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