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# gasworksheet - Gas Problems#4 760 torr = 760 mm Hg = 1 atm...

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Gas Problems #4 760 torr = 760 mm Hg = 1 atm R = 0.0821 L atm/mol K 1 . If 333 mL of an ideal gas at a temperature of 25˚ C and a pressure of 750. torr has its temperature lowered to -11˚ C and its pressure lowered to 730. mm Hg, what will its new volume be in milliliters? 2 . What will the temperature be in ˚C if 2.0 liters of an ideal gas at 0˚ C is expanded to 2.5 liters? Its initial pressure was 750 mm Hg and its final pressure is 740 mm Hg. 3 . A sample of an ideal gas occupying 0.50 liters at 0.99 atm pressure and a temperature of 273 K is expanded until its volume is 755 mL and the temperature is 0˚ C. What will be its pressure in torrs? 4 . What will be the volume at STP for an ideal gas which occupies 333 mL at 298 K and 755 mm Hg pressure? 5 . What pressure in atmospheres will be exerted by 0.312 moles of an ideal gas at 42˚ C in a volume of 58.4 mL? 6 . How many moles of gas will occupy 5.0 liters at STP? 7

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