 Boyle and Charles Law
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• Question 1
60 seconds
Q. When Pressure increases then the Volume must...
Increase
decrease
• Question 2
60 seconds
Q. When Volume increases then Pressure must...
Increase
Decrease
• Question 3
60 seconds
Q. What type of relationship to pressure and volume have?
direct
inverse
no relationship
I don't know
• Question 4
60 seconds Q. Which container will have a lower pressure?
left
right
they both have the same pressure
I don't know
• Question 5
30 seconds
Q. The relationship of which two variables are compared in Boyle's Law?
pressure & volume
volume & temperature
temperature & pressure
volume & moles (amount of gas)
• Question 6
30 seconds
Q. True or False: Gases can be compressed.
True
False
• Question 7
60 seconds Q. What happened to the volume between the two steps?
volume increased
volume decreased
volume stayed the same
• Question 8
60 seconds Q. This graph is an example of two variables that are:
directly proportional
inversely proportional
Straight line
No relation
• Question 9
45 seconds
Q. In Charles' Law the pressure remains constant.
True
False
• Question 10
45 seconds
Q. What about gases can be measured?
Pressure and Volume
Temperature, Volume, and Pressure
Volume and Temperature
Pressure, Temperature, Volume, and Moles
• Question 11
45 seconds
Q. What type of relationship is Charles' Law?
Inverse
Direct
Not enough information
#goals
• Question 12
45 seconds
Q. True or False: Gases can be compressed.
True
False
• Question 13
45 seconds Q. Which container will have a lower pressure?
left
right
they both have the same pressure
I don't know
• Question 14
300 seconds
Q. A gas at a volume of 4 liters is at a pressure of 8 Pa. The volume is changed to 16 Liters, what must the new pressure be?
1 Pa
12 Pa
10 Pa
2 Pa
• Question 15
60 seconds
Q. What type of relationship is Charles' Law?
Inverse
Direct
Not enough information
#goals
• Question 16
30 seconds
Q. What law describes the relationship between the volume of a gas and its temperature?
Boyle's
Charles's
Gay-Lussac's
Graham's
• Question 17
60 seconds
Q. What is the formula for Boyle's Law?
P1V1=P2V2
P1V1/P2V2
P1V2=P2V1
P1/V1=P2/V2
• Question 18
30 seconds
Q. There are 40 liters of helium in a balloon at 100 K. If the temperature of the balloon is increased to 200 K, what will the new volume of the balloon be?
80 L
45 L
54 L
45.33 L
• Question 19
30 seconds
Q. What is the formula Charles' Law?