A temperature increase will result in an increase in gas particle collisions with the walls of the container.TRUEFALSE2 points Save AnswerQUESTION 2Which of the following gases will diffuse most slowly at 35 degrees Celsius?O2N2Cl2None of the above; they will all diffuse at the same rate.3 points Save AnswerQUESTION 3According to kinetic molecular theory, there are no forces of attraction between the particles of a liquid.TRUEFALSE2 points Save AnswerQUESTION 4Of the three main states of matter, only gases can be compressed significantly.TRUEFALSE2 points Save AnswerQUESTION 5Which of the following substances is a fluid?AirIceSandCandles3 points Save AnswerQUESTION 6In a car cylinder, a piston moves up and down inside a cylinder, causing the substance inside to expand and contract. Which type of substance could be inside the cylinder?Gas onlyLiquid onlyLiquid or solid onlyGas, liquid, or solid3 points Save AnswerQUESTION 7The kinetic energy of carbon dioxide molecules in a can of soda is much higher when it is chilled than when it is at room temperature.TRUEFALSE2 points Save AnswerQUESTION 8Which of the following would have the highest average kinetic energy?Cl2 gas at 35 °CF2 gas at 15 °CO2 gas at 25 °CN2 gas at 50 °C3 points Save AnswerQUESTION 9The average kinetic energy for a volume of gas can be found by multiplying the following: 3/2, temperature (in Kelvin), and the gas constant, 0.0821 L*atm/mol K.TRUEFALSE2 points Save AnswerQUESTION 10What is the average kinetic energy of 1 mole of a gas at 125 Kelvin? (R = 8.314 J/K-mol)1.04 x 103 J3.12 x 103 J1.56 x 103 J1.77 x 103 JStandard atmospheric pressure can be described by many units, including kilopascals, atmospheres, and millimeters of mercury.TRUEFALSE2 points QUESTION 2Which of the following shows the correct setup in converting 4.1 atmospheres to kilopascals? 3 points QUESTION 3The pressure of a gas at 10 degrees Celsius is greater than the pressure of the gas at 30 degrees Celsius.TRUEFALSE2 points QUESTION 4If the volume and moles of a container are held constant, the temperature of a gas is inversely proportional to the pressure.TRUEFALSE2 points QUESTION 5If the pressure and moles of a gas are held constant, the volume of a gas increases by the same factor as the temperature.TRUEFALSE2 points QUESTION 6If the moles and temperature of a gas are held constant, the pressure of a gas doubles when:Volume is halvedVolume is quadrupledVolume is doubledVolume is also held constant3 points QUESTION 7A balloon containing 0.10 moles of gas has a volume of 2.00 liters. If temperature and pressure remain constant, the new volume will be 3.00 liters when you add 0.15 moles of gas to the balloon.TRUEFALSE2 points QUESTION 8When using the ideal gas constant value, R = 0.0821, in an ideal gas law calculation, the units of volume may be expressed in milliliters or liters.TRUEFALSE2 points QUESTION 9A balloon contains a fixed amount of helium. If the initial conditions are 1.12 liters, 3.00 atmospheres, and 19 degrees Celsius, what will the final volume be when the balloon is exposed to 1.00 atmosphere pressure and 22 degrees Celsius?0.370 L0.377 L2.90 L3.39 L3 points QUESTION 10Initially, a 1.50-liter compressible container of 0.35 moles of a gas exerts a pressure of 740 millimeters of mercury at a temperature of 275 Kelvin. What is the pressure when the container is compressed to 0.50 liters, the moles of gas reduces to 0.20 moles, and the temperature changes to 32 degrees Celsius?1.1 x 103 mm Hg1.4 x 103 mm Hg1.5 x 102 mm Hg3.9 x 102 mm Hg

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