Gas Laws - Boyles
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• Question 1
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Q.

Which of these is a unit of temp? PICK Three

Kelvin (K)

cm3

F

atm

Celcius (C)

• Question 2
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Q.

IF we are using Boyles' law and our Pressure goes UP, what must our volume do?

Go UP

Go DOWN

Stay the same

Wrong law.

• Question 3
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Q. What is the formula for Boyle's Law?
P1V1=P2V2
P1V1/P2V2
P1V2=P2V1
P1/V1=P2/V2
• Question 4
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Q. When Volume increases then Pressure must...
Increase
Decrease
• Question 5
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Q. What is the new volume of the gas if the pressure on 350 L of oxygen at 720 mm Hg is decreased to 600 mm Hg?
420 L
29.16 L
4200.0 L
291.6 L
• Question 6
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Q. A gas occupies 4.98 L at 2.6 atm of pressure. What volume does it occupy at 1.8 atm pressure?
12.9 L
0.72 L
7.2 L
3.44 L
• Question 7
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Q. A gas at a volume of 4 liters is at a pressure of 2 atm. The volume is changed to 16 Liters, what must the new pressure be?
2 atm
12 atm
10 atm
0.5 atm
• Question 8
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Q. What type of relationship to pressure and volume have?
direct
inverse
no relationship
I don't know
• Question 9
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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 10
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Q. The following graph shows ____ relationship.