Gas Laws

QuizÂ by Kelly Stephens

High School
Chemistry (2017)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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13 questions
• Q1
What 2 variables does Boyle's Law relate?
temperature & volume
pressure & temperature
temperature, pressure, & volume
pressure & volume
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• Q2
What is the relationship between pressure & volume?
interdirect
inverse
direct
transverse
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• Q3
If volume increases by 2, what will pressure do?
stay the same
decrease by 2
increase by 2
decrease by 2
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• Q4
What 2 variables does Charles' Law relate?
temperature, pressure, & volume
temperature & volume
pressure & temperature
pressure & volume
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• Q5
What 2 variables does Gay-Lussac's Law relate?
temperature & volume
pressure & volume
temperature, pressure, & volume
pressure & temperature
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• Q6
What is the relationship between pressure & temperature?
direct
interdirect
transverse
inverse
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• Q7
What is the relationship between volume & temperature?
transverse
direct
inverse
interdirect
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• Q8
If volume increases by 2, what will temperature do?
decrease by 2
increase by 2
stay the same
decrease by 2
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• Q9
If pressure increases by 2, what will temperature do?
stay the same
increase by 2
decrease by 2
decrease by 2
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• Q10
Temperature is the measure of...
pressure
force
volume
kinetic energy
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• Q11
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• Q12
Which of the following contains only units for pressure?
atm, L, K
mmHg, atm, mL
kPa, mmHg, atm
kPa, mL, atm
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• Q13
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