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PV=nRt
a) Boyle's gas law b) Charles's gas law c) Ideal gas law d) Combined gas law
P1V1=P2V2
a) Boyle's b) Charles's c) Gay-Lussac's d) Ideal's gas law
V1/T1=V2/T2
a) Boyle's b) Charles's c) Gay-Lussac's d) Ideal gas law
What happens to the particles in a liquid as the kinetic energy increases?
a) It slows down. b) It speeds up. c) It stays the same. d) It disappears.
What's the correct statement for increasing density?
a) liquids, gases, solids b) solids, liquids, gases c) liquids, solids, gases d) gases, liquids, solids
What's kinetic energy?
a) energy of motion b) stored energy c) energy d) energy to sleep
What's diffusion?
a) movement of particles b) movement of particles from a lower concentration to a higher concentration c) movement of particles from higher concentration to lower concentration d) movement from low concentration to lower concentration
At first, a gas occupies a volume of 16 liters at a pressure of 1.3 atm. What is the final pressure when the final volume is 32 liters?
a) Charles's b) Boyle's c) Gay-Lussac's d) Combined gas law
A chemist produces 360 mL of oxygen gas at - 26 °C and constant pressure. To what Celsius temperature must the oxygen be warmed in order for it to have a volume of 350 mL?
a) Boyle's b) Charles's c) Gay-Lussac's d) Combined gas law
Constant volume and P1/T1=P2/T2
a) Boyle's b) Charles's c) Gay-Lussac's d) Combined gas law
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