Ideal Gas Law (Math only)

Ideal Gas Law (Math only)

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- Question 130 secondsQ. A 7.50 liter sealed jar at 18 °C contains 0.125 moles of oxygen and 0.125 moles of nitrogen gas. What is the pressure in the container?answer choices
- Question 230 secondsQ. When 0.250 moles of a gas is placed in a container at 25 °C, it exerts a pressure of 700 mm Hg. What is the volume of the container?answer choices
- Question 330 secondsQ. What is the pressure exerted by 5.00 moles of nitrogen gas contained in a 30.0 Liter container at 25.0 °C?answer choices
- Question 430 secondsQ. At 17 °C, a 0.80 mole sample of a gas exerts a pressure of 1.2 atmospheres. What is the volume of the container?answer choices
- Question 530 secondsQ. A 15.50 gram sample of a gas exerts a pressure of 1.40 atmospheres when held in an 8.00 liter at 22 °C. What is the molar mass (grams/mol) of the gas?answer choices
- Question 630 secondsQ. How many moles of oxygen must be placed in a 3.00 liter container in order to exert a pressure of 2.00 atmospheres at 25 °C?answer choices
- Question 730 secondsQ. An 18 liter container holds 16.00 grams of oxygen gas (O
_{2}) at 45 °C. What is the pressure in the container?answer choices - Question 830 secondsQ. At what temperature (in Kelvin) would 4.0 moles of hydrogen gas in a 100 liter container exert a pressure of 1.00 atmospheres?answer choices
- Question 930 secondsQ. A 500 mL metal cylinder holding 0.100 moles of helium gas is known to rupture at a pressure of 10 atmospheres. At what temperature, in °C, will the container fail?answer choices
- Question 1030 secondsQ. A 4.0 liter container has two gases inside, neon and argon. It is known that at 18 °C, the total pressure of the combined gases is 0.850 atm. If it is known that there are 0.100 moles of neon in the container, how many moles of argon are in the container?answer choices

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