Unit 6-Gases Review

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- Q1A sample of helium gas occupies 2.65 L at 1.20 atm. What pressure would this sample of gas exert in a 1.50-L container at the same temperature?1.20 atm2.12 atm0.679 atm3.31 atm30s
- Q2A sample of helium gas is at 23°C and has a pressure of 0.956 atm. What temperature will it have at 0.993 atm?(leave in K)307.47 C23.89 K307.47 K284.9 K30s
- Q3What would happen to the average kinetic energy of the molecules of a gas sample if the pressure increased from 1 atm to 2 atm?it would stay the sameit would increaseit would decrease30s
- Q4Boyle's Law states:The volume decreases as the temperature increases if the pressure remains the sameThe pressure increases as the volume increases if the temperature remains the sameThe volume increases as the pressure decreases if the temperature remains the sameThe volume increases as the temperature increases if the pressure remains the same30s
- Q5Charles Law statesThe pressure increases as the volume decreases if and only if the temperature remains the sameThe volume decreases as the temperature increases if and only if the pressure remains the sameThe pressure increases as the volume increases if and only if the temperature remains the sameThe volume increases as the temperature increases if and only if the pressure remains the same30s