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Unit 10 Study Guide2.Convert 9.88
4.Perform the following conversion of pressure units:1.198 atm = ____________ torr
6.Perform the following conversion of pressure units:8.6 109Pa = ____________ atmA)1.1 104B)1.7 105C)5.9 105The balloon will expand to a volume greater than 16.0 L and pop.B)The balloon will expand to a volume less than 16.0 L and not pop.C)The balloon will expand to a volume of 16.0 L and pop.D)The balloon will expand to a volume of 16.0 L and not pop.E)
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8.Perform the following conversion of pressure units:0.755 atm = ____________ torrA)1007B)76.5C)11.10D)574E)599Ans: D
10.Consider a gas at 1.00 atm in a 5.00-L container at 20.oC. What pressure does the gas exert when transferred to a volume of 3.53 L at 43oC?
11.You are holding two helium balloons, a large anda small balloon. How do the pressures of the helium compare?A)The pressure in the large balloon is greater than the pressure in the small balloon. This is best explained by the fact that there must be more moles of gas in the large balloon, thus greater pressure.
13.A certain balloon will pop if it expands to a volume greater than 16.0 L. The balloon is currently filled with air at a volume of 8.0 L. You heat the balloon such that the temperature measured in degrees Celsius doubles. Which of the following best describes what happens?A)The balloon will expand to a volume greater than 16.0 L and pop.B)The balloon will expand to a volume less than 16.0 L and not pop.C)The balloon will expand to a volume of 16.0 L and pop.D)The balloon will expand to a volume of 16.0 L and not pop.E)
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