What is the name for the lowest layer of the atmosphere which is most

What is the name for the lowest layer of the

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130.What is the name for the lowest layer of the atmosphere, which is most influenced by human activities? A)stratosphereB)mesosphereC)terrasphereD)troposphereE)ionosphereANS:DPTS:1DIF:EasyREF:5.1KEY:Chemistry | general chemistry | phases | gasMSC: Conceptual
131.Which of the following pollutant gases is not produced directly in a combustion engine? PTS:1DIF:EasyREF:5.1KEY:Chemistry | general chemistry | phases | gasMSC: Conceptual 132.Combustion of coal releases sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere. The following process converts this gas into sulfuric acid, a component of acid rain.If each tonne of coal produces L of sulfur dioxide (measured at STP), what mass of sulfuric acid can result from combustion of each tonne of coal? (1 tonne = 1000 kg) PTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:5.4KEY:Chemistry | general chemistry | phases | gas | ideal gas law | stoichiometry and gas volumesMSC: Quantitative 133.A room is 16 ft ×12 ft ×12 ft. Would air enter or leave the room if the temperature changed from 27°C to –3°C while the pressure remained constant? Determine the volume of the air that moved in or out of the room. .PTS:1DIF:Moderate REF: 5.2
KEY:Chemistry | general chemistry | phases | gas | empirical gas laws | Charles's lawMSC: Conceptual 134.Toy balloons are filled with hydrogen gas, at standard temperature, from a 10.0-liter cylinder. The initial pressure of the gas in the cylinder is exactly 100 atm. Assuming each balloon is filled to a volume of 1.0 liter at standard pressure, how many balloons could be filled? .PTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:5.4KEY:Chemistry | general chemistry | phases | gas | ideal gas lawMSC: Conceptual 135.Calculate the density of F2gas at 26°C and 755 torr. .PTS:1DIF:EasyREF:5.4KEY:Chemistry | general chemistry | phases | gas | ideal gas law | gas densityMSC: Quantitative136.If equal masses of hydrogen gas and helium gas are placed in the same container, determine the ratio of partial pressure of hydrogen : partial pressure of helium. .
PTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:5.5KEY:Chemistry | general chemistry | phases | gas | gas mixtures | Dalton's law of partial pressuresMSC: Quantitative

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