Practice Problems
Ideal Gas Law
Directions:
On this worksheet you will practice with the Ideal Gas Law, the Combined Gas Law, as well as the relationships between the number of moles, the mass, and the number of molecules in a gas sample.
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Question 1
A mass of nitrogen gas occupies 0.06 m
^{3}
at one atmosphere of pressure (1 atm = 1.01 x 10
^{5}
Pa), and 9 ºC. What will be its new volume if the pressure is increased to 2.9 x 10
^{5}
Pa and the temperature is increased by 4.5 ºC?
1.77 x 10
^{-1}
m
^{3}
2.1 x 10
^{-2}
m
^{3}
3.1 x 10
^{-2}
m
^{3}
2.04 x 10
^{-2}
m
^{3}
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Question 2
How much mass of nitrogen is present in the sample in
Question #1
?
2.56 x 10
^{-3}
kg
8.02 x 10
^{-2}
kg
7.17 x 10
^{-2}
kg
3.58 x 10
^{-2}
kg
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Question 3
A sample of 8 grams of oxygen is at STP (1.01 x 10
^{5}
Pa and 0 ºC). How many molecules are present in the sample?
1.51 x 10
^{23}
molecules
6.02 x 10
^{28}
molecules
4.82 x 10
^{24}
molecules
3.01 x 10
^{23}
molecules
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Question 4
A certain mass of helium gas occupies 290 cm
^{3}
at 13.5 ºC and 2.9 x 10
^{5}
Pa. How many moles are present in the sample?
0.0056 moles
0.7493 moles
0.0353 moles
0.0130 moles
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Question 5
A tiny bubble of air, V = 6 cm
^{3}
, is released by a fish near the bottom of a lake at a depth of 29 meters. If the temperature at the bottom of the lake is 4 ºC and 12 ºC at the surface, what is the volume of the bubble just as it breaks the surface of the lake?
15.2 cm
^{3}
23.7 cm
^{3}
23.1 cm
^{3}
18.0 cm
^{3}
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Question 6
Two flasks are connected by an tube that is initially clamped off. One flask, volume of 290 cm
^{3}
, contains argon gas at 0.6 atmospheres while the second flask, volume of 580 cm
^{3}
, contains helium at 1.3 atmospheres. The clamp is removed so that the gases can mix. If the temperature remains constant, what is the final pressure in the double-flask system?
8.33 x 10
^{-1}
Pa
2 x 10
^{4}
Pa
8.67 x 10
^{4}
Pa
1.07 x 10
^{5}
Pa
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Question 7
What is the average translational velocity of one nitrogen molecule in the sample in
Question #1
when the gas was at its original temperature, 9 ºC?
5.01 x 10
^{2}
m/sec
3.34 x 10
^{2}
m/sec
9.9 x 10
^{0}
m/sec
1.58 x 10
^{1}
m/sec
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