Ideal Gas Law Problems Intro

Ideal Gas Law Problems Intro - the volume of the gas at...

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Name_____________________________ Ideal Gas Law Practice 1)  Precisely 220.0 mL of ammonia is collected at 37 o  C and a pressure of     .705 meters of mercury.  What is the volume of the gas at 1.01 x 10 5  Pa of      pressure and constant temperature? 2)  A closed metal cylinder contains air at a pressure of 123.96 kPa and a      temperature of 27.0 o C.  To what temperature would the air in the cylinder      have to be raised in order to exert a pressure of 199.93 kPa? 3)  Exactly 500 mL of a gaseous compound at 700 mm of pressure and a      temperature of 27.0 o C has a mass of 1.85 x 10 -3  kg.  Determine the molar      mass of the compound.
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4)  A sample of nitrogen occupies 250 mL at 101 kPa of pressure.  What will be 
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Unformatted text preview: the volume of the gas at 97.97 kPa of pressure, temperature remaining constant? 5) How many molecules are contained in 3.60 L of NH 3 gas at 3.00 atm and -73.0 o C? 6) Determine the pressure required to hold 7.0 moles of nitrogen gas at a volume of 0.35 L at a temperature of 27 o C. 7) A 100.0 L cylinder containing oxygen gas at a pressure of 50.0 atm at 0.0 o C becomes heated during a fire to a temperature of 730 o C. a. At this temperature, what was the pressure in the cylinder, assuming no change in volume? b. How many moles of oxygen were in the cylinder?...
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2012 for the course PHYSIC 1 taught by Professor Fairport during the Spring '11 term at Fairfield.

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