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Gas particles have _______________________ attractions for each other.
a) strong b) weak c) no d) repelling
Gas particles move in ____________________ lines in all directions.
a) straight b) curving c) zig-zagging d) oscillating
How much energy is lost by the collision of a gas particle with another particle or with the walls of a container?
a) 25% b) none c) 75% d) 50%
Average kinetic energy ________________ temperature.
a) is more than b) is less than c) has an inverse relationship with d) equals
Gases consist of ________________ particles.
a) submicroscopic b) Both #1 and #3 c) tiny d) supermacroscopic
The two variables involved in finding kinetic energy of a particle are:
a) mass and velocity b) density and acceleration c) mass and acceleration d) density and velocity
Lighter molecules have a/n _______________ velocity than/to the heavier ones.
a) lower b) greater c) similar d) equal
What is diffusion?
a) The process by which gas molecules pass through a very small orifice from high to low pressure. b) The dissolution of a precipitate across a semi-permeable membrane of a solvent. c) The ability of two or more gases to mix spontaneously until they form a uniform mixture. d) The process by which a gas combusts spontaneously.
What is effusion?
a) The process by which gas molecules pass through a very small orifice from high to low pressure. b) The dissolution of a precipitate across a semi-permeable membrane of a solvent. c) The ability of two or more gases to mix spontaneously until they form a uniform mixture. d) The process by which a gas combusts spontaneously.
Who created the law of effusion?
a) Robert Boyle b) Michael Faraday c) Thomas Graham d) JJ Thomson
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