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Chemistry: Real Life Chemistry (for the Business World)
You work for Gateway as a purchasing agent. You are responsible for ordering certain parts for the newest
model system. The following information is necessary for your order:
Vapor Pressure and Boiling
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The following graph shows vapor pressure curves for two substances. A and B.
106.6
93.3
Pressure (KPa)
80.0
66.6
A
53.3
40.0
B
26.7
13.3
0
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Temperature ( C)
Answer the followin
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Chemistry: Review Problems for the Gas Laws
Do the following problems, showing your work and including all proper units.
Grahams Law
1. At 350oC, nitrogen has a velocity of 800 m/s. Find the velocity of helium at the same temperatu
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Chemistry: Practice Problems for the Gas Laws
Do the following problems, showing your work and including all proper units.
Grahams Law
1. At 350oC, nitrogen has a velocity of 800 m/s. Find the velocity of hydrogen at the same tempe
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Chemistry: The Ideal Gas Law
Directions: Solve each of the following problems. Show your work, including proper units, to earn full credit.
1. If 3.7 moles of propane are at a temperature of 28oC and are under 154.2 kPa of pressure
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Chemistry: Grahams Law
Do the following problems, showing your work and including all proper units.
1. If neon gas travels at 400 m/s at a given temperature, calculate the velocity of butane, C 4H10, at the same
temperature.
2. Hyd
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Chemistry: Gas Laws with One Term Constant
Solve the following problems. Show your work and include correct units for full credit.
1. A gas has an initial volume of 15 L. If the temperature increases from 330 K to 450 K, find the n
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Chemistry: Density of Gases
Solve each of the following problems, being sure to show your work and include all proper units.
1. A sample of gas has a density of 0.53 g/L at 225 K and under a pressure of 108.8 kPa. Find the density
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Chemistry: Behavior of Gases
Solve the following problems. Show your work and include correct units for full credit.
1. A gas has an initial volume of 15 L. If the temperature increases from 330 K to 450 K, find the new
volume.
2.
Gas Laws Review / Mole
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1. Does 1 mole of a gas always occupy 22.4 liters? Explain
2. One mole of a diatomic gas is in a 22.4 liter flask at 0 oC.
A. How many molecules of the diatomic gas are present in the flask?
B. How many atoms of the diat
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Chemistry: Daltons Law of Partial Pressure
Directions: Solve each of the following problems. Show your work, including proper units, to earn full credit.
1. Container A (with volume 1.23 dm3) contains a gas under 3.24 atm of pressu