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ClassWare: Logout | Edit Profile Course List Self Study Site Map Help Interactive Quiz 2 Please note that this quiz uses special characters. Not all browsers display special characters properly. For best results please use Internet Explorer 5.5 or newer or Netscape 6.2 or newer. Question 1 A mercury manometer is connected on one side to a bulb containing argon, while the other end is open to atmospheric pressure, which is 762 mmHg. The mercury level in the open end of the manometer is 22 mm below that in the side connected to the argon. What is the pressure of argon, in mmHg? A) 22 mmHg B) 740 mmHg C) 762 mmHg D) 784 mmHg E) none of the above Question 2 Convert 380 torr to kilopascals. A) 50.7 kPa B) 2.64 kPa C) 38.5 kPa D) 85.4 kPa E) 5.07 x 10 4 kPa Question 3 A small bubble rises from the bottom of a swimming pool, where the temperature and pressure are 19 °C and 2.50 atm, to the water's surface, where the temperature is 25 °C and pressure is 0.88 atm. Calculate the final volume of the bubble if its initial volume was 3.6 mL. A) 13.5 mL B) 8 mL C) 10.4 mL D) 1.2 mL E) 4.8 mL Question 4 Charles' law states that the __________ of a fixed amount of gas is _________ proportional to its ___________.
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