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When a sample of a gas is kept at constant pressure, the volume and temperature of the gas are
a) directly proportional
b) also unchanging
c) inversely proportional
d) independent of one another

The temperature scale that has absolute zero as its zero point is the
a) Kelvin scale
b) Fahrenheit scale
c) Celsius scale
d) Rankin scale

The law of partial pressures of gases was formulated by
a) Dalton
b) Charles
c) Boyle

In a mixture of gases, the total pressure of the mixture is equal to the
a) sum of the pressures exerted by each gas
b) average of the pressures exerted by each gas
c) pressure exerted by the most abundant gas
d) pressure exerted by the least abundant gas

The ideal gas law describes the behavior of real gases under
a) most ordinary conditions of temperature and pressure
b) all conditions of temperature and pressure
c) low temperatures and high-pressure conditions
d) any specified temperature and pressure conditions

What temperature scale must be used when working with the ideal gas equation?
a) Kelvin
b) Celsius
c) Fahrenheit
d) Rankin

When working with a manometer, if the column of mercury is higher on the open side,
a) the pressure of the gas in the closed container is higher than the atmospheric pressure
b) the pressure of the gas in the closed container is lower than the atmospheric pressure
c) the pressure of the atmosphere is greater than the gas in the closed container
d) the pressure of the atmosphere is equal to the pressure in the closed container

In Boyle's law, if the pressure goes down, what will the volume do?
a) go up
b) go down
c) stay the same
d) Boyle's law does not refer to pressure and volume

In Charles' law, if the volume goes up, what will the temperature do?
a) go up
b) go down
c) stay the same
d) Charles' law does not refer to volume and temperature

If three gases are contained in a single container, and their pressures are 1.2 atm, 2.4 atm, and 1.4 atm, then the pressure of the mixture is
a) 5.0 atm
b) 2.6 atm
c) 2.2 atm
d) 0.2 atm

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