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HW11 (Homework) BARAKAT FARRIS CH101, section 003, Fall 2008 Instructor: Lori Petrovich Web Assign Current Score: 4.88 out of 5 Due: Wednesday, October 8, 2008 11:59 PM EDT Description Title: Gases Online Links: Chapter 7 States of Matter and Changes in State Sections 7.1 and 7.2 Instructions The question submission scoring is as follows: Correct on first submission: full points Correct on second submission: full points Correct on third submission: full points Correct on fourth submission: 90% of points Correct on fifth submission: 80% of points Do NOT press 'submit all questions" when you are finished. This will do exactly as indicated, and submit all questions, reducing your score. The due date for this assignment is past. Your work can be viewed below, but no changes can be made. 1. 0.55/0.55 points | 1/5 submissions Convert the following temperatures to the Kelvin scale: (Answer to the nearest degree) 134°C = 407 407 K -229°C = 44 44 K 2. 0.55/0.55 points | 2/5 submissions To what temperature must a 2.0 L container filled with 10.1 g of Kr be heated to obtain a pressure of 2.20 atm? Express your answer to the nearest degree. HW11 http:[email protected]/student.pl?f=20. .. 1 of 6 12/14/08 3:07 AM
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444.9 443 K 3. 0.55/0.55 points | 1/5 submissions The following experiment is used to determine the amount of helium gas in the container. In the experiment V = 3.450 L h = 347 mm. t = 22° C
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