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Charles Law relates the volume of a gas to its
a) container
b) pressure
c) composition
d) temperature

The gas law relating the temperature and pressure of a gas is
a) Guy Lussacs Law
b) Boyles Law
c) Archimedes principle
d) chalres Law

As the temperature of a gas at constant volume decreases, its pressure
a) decreases
b) stays the same
c) increases
d) disappears

Gases are unique in comparison to solids and liquids because they
a) obey Bernoulli's principle
b) have no definite shape
c) are fluids
d) are easily compressible

As the pressure of a gas at constant temperature decreases, its volume
a) decreases
b) stays the same
c) increases
d) none of the answers are correct

What law is illustrated by the equation P1V1=P2V2
a) Charles Law
b) Boyles Law
c) Gay Lussacs Law
d) Archimedes Principle

Why does the volume of a gas decrease when the pressure increases?
a) Gas particles slow down when the pressure in increased
b) Gas particles bond when the pressure in increased
c) Gas particles are pushed together when the pressure is increased
d) Gas particles become smaller when the pressure in increased

The process of a liquid becoming a gas is called
a) sublimation
b) condensation
c) evaporation
d) freezing

The process of a liquid becoming a solid is called
a) condensation
b) freezing
c) evaporation
d) melting

What method for determining buoyant force states that the buoyant force on an object in a fluid is an upward force equal to the weight of the fluid that the object displaces
a) Archimedes principle
b) Boyles Law
c) Charles Law
d) Gay Lussacs Law

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