Sodium Hydroxide and Phosphorus Trichloride Questions

A ​0.150​ mol sample of ​carbon dioxide​ gas has a volume of ​899​ milliliters at a pressure of ​4.66​ atm.

The temperature of the ​CO2 gas sample on the Celsius​ scale is ____°C.

A ​0.860​ mol sample of ​helium​ gas is collected at a pressure of ​938​ torr and a temperature of ​23​°C .

The volume of the sample is ____L.

A ​0.590​ mol sample of ​argon​ gas at a temperature of ​25.0​°C is found to occupy a volume of ​29.6 liters. The pressure of this gas sample in ​torr​ is ____torr.

A sample of ​oxygen​ gas, ​O2, has a density of ___ g/L at a pressure of 0.890​ atm and a temperature of 47​°C.

A ​4.02​ gram sample of an unknown gas is found to occupy a volume of ​1.66​ L at a pressure of ​0.957 atm and a temperature of ​30​°C. The molar mass of the unknown gas is ___ g/mol.

A sample of an unknown gas is found to have a density of ​1.11​ g/L at a pressure of ​0.739​ atm and a temperature of ​34​°C. The molecular weight of the unknown gas is ____ g/mol.

A sample of ​carbon dioxide​ that occupies a volume of ​30.0​ L at STP contains ___ moles of gas.

The volume occupied by ​0.868​ moles of ​helium​ gas at STP is ___L.

The molar volume for ​argon​ gas at a pressure of ​1.22​ atm and a temperature of ​58​°C is ​22.3​ L/mol . The volume occupied by ​0.590​ moles of ​Ar gas at the same temperature and pressure is___ L.​

How many grams of ​sodium​ are needed to produce ​26.5​ L of ​hydrogen gas​ according to the following reaction at 0°C and 1 atm?​sodium​(​s​) ​+ water(l)​ ___>​sodium hydroxide​(​aq​) ​+ hydrogen(g)_____​ grams ​sodium

How many grams of phosphorus (P4) are required to react completely with 77.7 L of chlorine gas according to the following reaction at 0°C and 1 atm? phosphorus (P4)(s) + chlorine(g) ___>phosphorus trichloride(l) ___ grams phosphorus (P4)

What volume of hydrogen gas is produced when 96.3 g of sodium reacts completely according to the following reaction at 0°C and 1 atm? sodium(s) + water(l) __>sodium hydroxide(aq) + hydrogen(g) ___ liters hydrogen gas

How many grams of sodium are needed to produce 31.9 L of hydrogen gas at 39°C and 1.03 atm according to the following reaction? sodium(s) + water(l)–> sodium hydroxide(aq) + hydrogen(g) ___ grams sodium

How many grams of phosphorus (P4) are required to react completely with 46.3 L of chlorine gas at 44°C and 1.44 atm according to the following reaction? phosphorus (P4)(s) + chlorine(g)–> phosphorus trichloride(l)

_____ grams phosphorus (P4)

What volume of hydrogen gas at 51°C and 1.31 atm is produced when 14.1 g of sodium reacts completely according to the following reaction ? sodium(s) + water(l) –>sodium hydroxide(aq) + hydrogen(g) ___ liters hydrogen gas

How many grams of sodium are needed to produce 31.4 L of hydrogen gas at 39°C and 1.03 atm according to the following reaction? (s) + water(l)–> sodium hydroxide(aq) + hydrogen(g) ____ grams sodium

How many grams of phosphorus (P4) are required to react completely with 37.5 L of chlorine

gas at 44°C and 1.44 atm according to the following reaction? phosphorus (P4)(s) + chlorine(g)

–>phosphorus trichloride(l) ___ grams phosphorus (P4)

What volume of hydrogen gas at 51°C and 1.30 atm is produced when 18.4 g of sodium reacts completely according to the following reaction? sodium(s) + water(l) –>sodium hydroxide(aq) + hydrogen(g) —— liters hydrogen gas

Consider the following gas phase reaction: ​CH3OH(g)​ ​ + ​HI(g) —>CH3I(g)​ ​ + ​H2O(g)

If ​6.40​ liters of ​CH3OH(g)​ gas at ​120​°C and ​0.665​ atm is used, what volume of ​HI(g)​ gas at the same temperature and pressure will be consumed? ——- liters

Consider the following gas phase reaction: Br2(g) + Cl2(g) 2BrCl(g)

If 3.55 liters of Br2(g) gas at 124°C and 0.963 atm is used, what volume of BrCl(g) gas at the same temperature and pressure will be formed? —— liters

Consider the following gas phase reaction: 2H2(g) + O2(g) 2H2O(g)

If 1.23 liters of O2(g) gas at 129°C and 0.864 atm is used, what volume of H2O(g) gas at the same temperature and pressure will be formed? —- liters

Consider the following gas phase reaction: CH3OH(g) + HI(g) CH3I(g) + H2O(g)

If 5.98 liters of HI(g) gas at 120°C and 0.987 atm are reacted, what volume of H2O(g) will be produced if it is collected at 170°C and 1.35 atm? —— liters

Consider the following gas phase reaction: ​Br2(g)​ + ​Cl2(g) —>2BrCl(g)

If ​7.20​ liters of ​Br2(g)​ gas at ​124​°C and ​0.814​ atm is used, what volume of ​BrCl(g)​ gas will be formed if it is collected at ​68​°C and ​0.471​ atm? —liters

Consider the following gas phase reaction: ​2H2(g)​ + ​O2( g) –>​ ​2H2O(g)

If ​6.13​ liters of ​O2(g)​ gas at ​129°C and ​0.705​​ atm is used, what volume of ​H2O(g)​ ​ gas will be formed if it is collected at ​82​°C and ​0.488​ atm?—- liters