99 Answered Questions for the topic Gas Laws

Gas Laws

11/06/18

How does the Combined Gas Law affect cooking at high altitudes?

Physical Science Math

Using Boyle's law, predict what will happen to a balloon that an ocean diver makes to a pressure of 202 kPa.
Gas Laws Physical Science

06/28/18

Gas Laws Math

6. A container holding a gas at 500atm is held at 298K (room temperature). What is the pressure of the gas in the container when it is heated to 1000K? 7. Why is the situation in #6 dangerous?
Gas Laws Physical Science

06/28/18

Gas Laws Math

The pressure of a gas trapped inside a 10ml test tubeis originally 1atm. When the pressure on the tube is increased to 5atm, what will be the volume of gas trapped inside the cube?
Gas Laws Physical Science

06/28/18

Gas Laws Math

When 432L of Krypton gas is heated from 320K to 570K, it expands. What is the final volume of the gas?
Gas Laws Physical Science

06/28/18

Gas Laws Math

A balloon is heated and expands to 500ml when it is heated to 490K. If the original temperature of the balloon was 300K, what was the original volume?
Gas Laws Physical Science

06/28/18

Gas Laws Math

A pressure cooker is used to heat up food quickly. If the air in a pressure cooker is initially at 450K under a pressure of 100kPa, what will the pressure be when the temperature is increased to 600K? more
Gas Laws Physical Science

06/21/18

Physical Science Gas laws

500 ml of argon is held in a container under 20 atm of pressure. What will the volume of the gas be if the pressure is decreased to 14 atm
Gas Laws

06/07/18

What is the pressrure of each gas?

A flask contains 2.5 moles CO2, 7.6 moles Ar, 1.2 moles Kr. The total pressure is 75.0 kPa
Gas Laws Chemistry

06/02/18

The partial pressure of nitrogen in the flask is

A mixture of hydrogen and nitrogen gases, in a 8.04 L flask at 40 °C, contains 0.289 grams of hydrogen and 12.3 grams of nitrogen. The partial pressure of nitrogen in the flask is ________ atm and... more
Gas Laws Chemistry

06/02/18

What volume of carbon dioxide is produced

What volume of carbon dioxide is produced when 39.6 g of calcium carbonate reacts completely according to the following reaction at 25 °C and 1 atm? calcium carbonate (s) calcium oxide (s) +... more
Gas Laws

05/30/18

Convert 2.3 atm into mmHg

How do I convert atm to mmHg?
Gas Laws Chemistry

04/15/18

If 2.15 moles of an ideal gas occupies 42.3 liters at a pressure of 101.9 kPa, what is the temperature of the gas? Report your answer in C.

I need help on this question. It is very confusing to me. 
Gas Laws

03/21/18

In a lab, a 1L balloon was placed over an Erlenmeyer flask at 100 degrees celsius.

As the temperature of the flask was cooled the balloon was pulled into the flask as the volume of the air in the flask reduced. What are the changing and constant variables? Why did the volume of... more
Gas Laws Chem

03/17/18

Calculate the volume of co2 in l, produced when 300 g of butane is burned is burned completely in oxygen. The gas volume is measured at slc

I don’t understand how to find the mole using only the kg of butane
Gas Laws Chemistry Atoms

03/15/18

Do both flasks contain the same number of atoms?

If two identical sealed flasks, one containing He and one containing Ne, are at the same temperature (298 K) but the pressure of He is 1atm and the pressure of Ne is 0.5 atm, will both flasks... more

02/22/18

Gas law question

Sulfur trioxide, SO3 (g), decomposes into sulfur dioxide gas and oxygen gas according to the following equation: 2SO3 (g) → 2SO2 (g) + O2 (g) Assuming the reaction fully completes explain why,... more

02/20/18

I’m doing revision questions and do not know how I would do these gas law questions

2. The inflation of an air bag during a car crash is due to production of nitrogen gas, N2(g), by the following reaction: 2NaN3(s) → 2Na(s) + 3N2(g) a) What volume of N2 is produced when 120 g of... more

02/19/18

Cube is filled with ideal gas what will be the new pressure of it

if a cube is filled with an ideal gas to a pressure of 18.0 atm at 0°C(273K) and volume of the cube doubles and the temperature is raised to 25°C, what is the new pressure? 
Gas Laws Chemistry Gas Law

02/19/18

Gas law Question

 A container is filled with an ideal gas to a pressure of 15.0 atm at 0°C:   If the volume of the container doubles and the temperature is raised by 25°C, what will the new pressure be?
Gas Laws

02/19/18

I need help. I’m very confused with these questions

I’m very confused on this question:  1.83cm3 of a liquid of density of 0.803gcm-3 was injected into a syringe maintained at 200 celcius. The liquid vaporised completely and occupied 808.54cm3 at... more

How to get the absolute zero from the graph for Charles law in Celsius?

I plotted the data points, and I got this for Charles law: y = 1.1906x + 279.18 R² = 0.9619 I don't understand how I'm supposed to get the absolute zero I know that y=mx+c will be V=mT+c for... more
Gas Laws

01/11/18

Gas laws question

A 7.50 g sample of lithium metal is dropped into 25.0 mL of 1.5 M hydrochloric acid. What volume of hydrogen gas would be evolved once the limiting reactant has been consumed? (The reaction is... more

10/15/17

Consider two separate 1.0 L gaseous samples of H2 and O2. How can the samples have the same average velocity at STP?

Can you please help me with this problem?   Thanks
Gas Laws Chemistry Physics

10/11/17

Can you help me with the chemistry problem on gases and fuels?

A fuel composed of (CH3)2N2H2 is mixed with N2O4. The two components react according to the following reaction   (CH3)2N2H2+2N2O4=3N2+4H2O+2CO2(all gases).   If 150g of (CH3)2N2H2 reacts with... more

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