Ideal Gas Law Worksheet Problems

# Ideal Gas Law - 3 One and one half cubic meters(1.5 m 3 of an ideal gas is enclosed in a container at 0.2 x 10 5 Pa with an intial temperature of

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Name___________________________________ Ideal Gas Law Worksheet 1) An ideal gas is enclosed in a constant volume container at a pressure of 0.7 atm and an initial temperature of 100 o C. The pressure is then decreased to 0.512 atm with a temperature of 0 o C. a. If the pressure is then decreased again to 0.04 atm. What is the final temperature? b. If the temperature of the gas is then increased to 450 o C determine the pressure of the gas. 2) An ideal gas is enclosed in a container. If the pressure decreases to ½ the initial pressure and the temperature decreases to ¾ the initial temperature determine the ratio of the final volume to the initial volume.

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Unformatted text preview: 3) One and one half cubic meters (1.5 m 3 ) of an ideal gas is enclosed in a container at 0.2 x 10 5 Pa with an intial temperature of 27 o C. If the volume is decreased to 0.70 m 3 and the pressure is increased to 0.8 x 10 5 Pa determine the final temperature of the gas. 4) One mole of an ideal gas is enclosed in a container at 6 atm and 300 K. a. If the pressure is tripled and the volume is held constant determine the final temperature of the gas. b. If instead, the pressure is doubled and the volume is doubled, determine the final temperature of the gas....
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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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Ideal Gas Law - 3 One and one half cubic meters(1.5 m 3 of an ideal gas is enclosed in a container at 0.2 x 10 5 Pa with an intial temperature of

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