PS09.GasLaws#1

# Basic Chemistry (Chapters 1-16)

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CHEMISTRY 2001 NAME PROBLEM SET #9: Gas Law Problems I DATE PERIOD 1. How do you convert Celsius temperatures to Kelvins? 2. Give the approximate Kelvin temperatures for the conditions indicated: a) freezing point of water b) room temperature (25 °C) c) boiling water d) absolute zero e) standard temperature (from ‘STP’) 3. What is Charles's Law? 4. What is Boyle's Law? 5. What is the Combined Gas Law? 6. When the pressure on a gas increases, the volume _____________________. 7. When the temperature of a sample of gas increases the volume _____________________.

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Unformatted text preview: 8. The volume of a gas is 7.0 liters. What would be the volume if the pressure changed from 760 mmHg to 1520 mmHg? 9. The pressure on 500 mL of gas changes from 300 mmHg to 700 mmHg. What is the new volume of the gas? 10. Suppose Professor Muldoon fills a 250 liter balloon at a pressure of 1,000 mmHg and 100 °C. What would be the volume of Prof. Muldoon’s balloon at standard pressure and 0 °C?...
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