# 18. Under conditions of constant temperature and pressure, one mol of any gas will A. never...

18. Under conditions of constant temperature and pressure, one mol of any gas will

A. never occupy the same volume
B. always react with 2 moles of gas
C. alter its volume based on the molarity
D. always occupy the same volume

19. what is the molar volume of a gas?
A. it is the molar mass of an ideal gas.
B. it is the volume of one mol of gas.
C. it is the number of grams per volume of a gas.
D. it is the number of microns per volume of gas.

18. Under conditions of constant temperature and pressure, one mole of any gas will (At STP conditions one mole of gas occupies 22.4 liters of the volume).

A. never occupy the same volume

B. always react with 2 moles of gas

C. alter its volume based on the molarity

D. always occupy the same volume

Answer) D. always occupy the same volume i.e. 22.4 liters of volume.

19. what is the molar volume of a gas? ( Molar volume of gas is defined as volume occupied by one mole of gas)

A. it is the molar mass of an ideal gas.

B. it is the volume of one mole of gas.

C. it is the number of grams per volume of a gas.

D. it is the number of microns per volume of gas.

Answer) B. it is the volume of one mole of gas.

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