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Understanding the Ideal Gas Law Quiz

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1. The ideal gas law equation is PV = nRT. What does the 'n' represent in this equation?

2. In the ideal gas law, the temperature must be expressed in which of the following units?

3. What does 'R' stand for in the ideal gas law equation?

4. Which of the following assumptions is not made in the ideal gas law?

5. What will happen to the volume of an ideal gas if the pressure is increased while temperature and volume remain constant?

6. According to the ideal gas law, if the temperature and pressure remain constant, what would happen if the number of moles of gas is decreased?

7. What would happen to the pressure of an ideal gas if the volume and temperature are doubled while the quantity of the gas remains constant?

8. If the pressure and volume remain constant and the number of moles of a gas is doubled, what would happen to the temperature of the gas according to the ideal gas law?

9. What units should pressure be expressed in when using the Ideal Gas Law with the universal gas constant R being 8.314 J/(mol·K)?

10. Which statement accurately describes an ideal gas?