# CHARLES LAW problem solving

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- Q1A fixed amount of carbon dioxide gas is initially at a volume of 1.5 liters and a temperature of 330K. If the volume is decreased to 1.0 liter, what is the final temperature of the gas, assuming the pressure remains constant?330K220K165K495K60s
- Q2A cylinder with a movable piston contains 2 liters of air at a temperature of 290K. If the temperature is increased to 580K, what is the new volume of the air, assuming the pressure and amount of gas remain constant?3 liters2.5 liters1 liter4 liters60s
- Q3A 3-liter container of neon gas is kept at a temperature of 250K. To what temperature must the gas be heated to occupy a volume of 6 liters, assuming the pressure and the amount of gas remain constant?500K750K300K125K60s
- Q4A gas at 400K occupies a volume of 5 liters. If the gas is heated to 800K, what will be its volume, assuming the amount of gas and the pressure do not change?20 liters6 liters10 liters8 liters60s
- Q5At a temperature of 100K, a certain amount of gas occupies a volume of 2 liters. If the volume is adjusted to 4 liters while keeping the amount of gas and pressure constant, what is the new temperature?50K150K275K200K60s
- Q6A 1.5-liter sample of argon gas at 300K is cooled to a temperature of 150K. What is the final volume of the gas, assuming that pressure and amount of gas remain unchanged?1.0 liter3.0 liters2.25 liters0.75 liters60s
- Q7A balloon filled with helium gas has a volume of 2 liters at 273K. If the balloon is then warmed to 546K, what will be its volume assuming the pressure and amount of helium remain constant?1 liter4 liters3 liters2.5 liters60s
- Q8If 3.0 liters of nitrogen gas at 200K are heated to 400K, what is the final volume of the gas assuming the pressure and amount of gas remain constant?6.0 liters2.0 liters4.5 liters1.5 liters30s
- Q9A sample of oxygen gas occupies a volume of 500 mL at a temperature of 350 K. If the temperature is decreased to 175 K, what is the new volume of the gas, assuming the pressure and amount of gas remain constant?1000 mL425 mL250 mL750 mL60s
- Q10If a gas occupies a volume of 2.0 liters at a temperature of 300K, what volume will it occupy at 600K assuming the pressure and the amount of gas remain constant?2.5 liters4.0 liters3.0 liters1.0 liter60s
- Q11A balloon is filled with helium gas at a temperature of $20 ^\circ C$. If the temperature is increased to $40 ^\circ C$ without changing the pressure, what happens to the volume of the helium gas assuming Charles's Law applies?The volume increasesThe volume doublesThe volume decreasesThe volume remains constant30s
- Q12If the initial volume of a gas is $3.0 L$ at a temperature of $300 K$, what will be its final volume at a temperature of $600 K$ according to Charles's Law?$3.5 L$$6.0 L$$1.5 L$$9.0 L$30s
- Q13The volume of a gas filled balloon is $5.0 L$ at a temperature of $270 K$. If the volume of the balloon changes to $10.0 L$, what would be the new temperature of the gas?$680 K$$405 K$$540 K$$135 K$30s
- Q14A sample of nitrogen gas occupies a volume of $2.5 L$ at $350 K$. If the gas is cooled to $280 K$ at constant pressure, what is the new volume of the gas?$2.0 L$$1.5 L$$3.0 L$$2.8 L$30s
- Q15At $100 K$, the volume of a gas is $2.0 L$. If the volume decreases to $1.0 L$ while the pressure remains constant, what is the new temperature of the gas?$50 K$$200 K$$150 K$$100 K$60s