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Chapter 10

# Chapter 10 - Chapter 10 1 The volume of a large irregularly...

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Chapter 10 1. The volume of a large, irregularly shaped, closed tank is determined as follows. The tank is first evacuated, and then it is connected to a 50.0 L cylinder of compressed nitrogen gas. The gas pressure in the cylinder, originally at 21.5 atm, falls to 1.55 atm without a change in temperature. What is the volume of the tank? A. 100 L B. 644 L C. 25 L D. 744 L E. There is not sufficient information to determine the volume of the tank. 2. Which curve represents the relationship between the volume of an ideal gas and its temperature in K at constant pressure? (E) None of the above. 3. Which statement about ideal gases is incorrect?

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