CHEM20ASG3-5-KEY - Copy - NAME _KEY_ CHEMISTRY 20...

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NAME ___________ KEY _____________ CHEMISTRY 20 ASSIGNMENT 3-5 TOPIC(S) COVERED: Text (113-122) TOTAL MARKS: 34 DIRECTIONS: Read each question carefully and place your answer on this sheet. Please show all your work unless otherwise indicated. 1. Convert the following Celsius temperatures to the Kelvin scale: (5 marks) a) 27.30 °C 300.5 K b) 37.80 °C 311.0 K c) 122.4 °C 395.6 K d) −25.0 °C 248 K e) −40.0 °C 233 K 2. Convert the following Kelvin temperatures to the Celsius scale: (5 marks) a) 373.2 K 100.0 °C b) 275 K 1.85 °C c) 173 K –100 °C d) 23.50 K –249.6 °C e) 873 K 600 °C 1
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3. A sealed syringe contains 37.0 mL of trapped air. The temperature of the air in the syringe is the same as room temperature or 295 K. The Sun shines on the syringe causing the temperature of the air inside to increase. If the volume increases to 38.6 mL, what is the new temperature of the air in the syringe? (4 marks) V 1 = 37.0 mL = 0.037 L T 1 = 295 K V 2 = 38.6 mL = 0.0386 L T 2 = ?
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2010 for the course CHEMISTRY 1AA3 taught by Professor Goneer during the Spring '08 term at McMaster University.

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