An ideal gas is kept in a 88-liter [L] container at a pressure of 2.52.5 atmospheres [atm] and a temperature of 290290 kelvin [K]. If the gas is compressed until its pressure is raised to 55 atmospheres [atm] while holding the temperature constant, what is the new volume in units of liters [L]?
An ideal gas is kept in a 88-liter [L] container at a pressure of 2.52.5 atmospheres...
1.50 moles of ideal gas is kept in a container at a pressure of 2.00 atm. At constant pressure, the gas is compressed to half its original volume. If temperature remains constant at 315 K (ΔE = 0), how much heat leaves the system?
The pressure, P in atmospheres (atm), of an ideal gas can be expressed as a function of volume, V in liters (L), and temperature, T in kelvin (K), is P(V, T) = nRT/V where n = 1 mol and R 0.08 are constants. Suppose the current volume and temperature of a gas behaving according to the ideal gas law are: V = 5 L and T = 300 K. (a) Compute the differential (or, equivalently, approximate DeltaP) for the given...
(III) If 3.25 L of gas at 16.0 °C and 1.00 atm is compressed at a pressure of 125 atm at 20.0 °C, calculate the new volume of the gas. (IV) Calculate its volume (in liters) of 88.4 g of CO2 at STP. (V) H20 and CH4 are gases at 150 °C. Which exhibits more ideal behavior? Why? (VI) Assume that you have a cylinder with a movable piston. What would happen to the gas pressure inside the cylinder if...
A beaker of acetone (C3H60) is left in a 3.00 liter container at 298 Kelvin until the acetone vapor pressure in the box reaches the equilibrium value of 200.0 mmHg. The beaker of acetone is then removed (assume no gas particles escape) a. With the temperature held constant, what happens to the vapor pressure when the container is expanded to 9.00 L? b. Referring to part a., how many mols of acetone vapor are in the box before the expansion?...
1) What is the final pressure (expressed in atm) of a 3.05 L system initially at 724 mm Hg and 298 K that is compressed to a final volume of 2.51 L at 273 K? 1) 2) What is the pressure of a 1.0 L flask containing 0.60% of He at 25°C? (R-0.0821 L atm/mol K) 3) What is the volume of 28.0 g of nitrogen gas at STP? 3) 4) What is the final pressure of a system (atm)...
An ideal gas is compressed at a constant pressure of 0.80 atm from 19.0 L to 12.0 L. The initial temperature of the gas is 27°C. 1 atm (atmosphere) = 1.013 ~ 10% Pa, 1 L (liter) = 10² m². What is the final temperature of the gas in °C? Hint: pV / T = nR, and n does not change, so you can use piVi / T1 = p2V2 / T2. Do not forget to convert the unit of...
The temperature of 1 liter (L) of an ideal gas is augmented from 100 C to 200 C , it also maintains its pressure constant. What is the new volume of the designated gas in Liters
A sealed container holds 0.020 moles of ideal nitrogen (N2) gas at a pressure of 1.5 atmospheres and a temperature of 290 K. The atomic mass of nitrogen is 14.0 g/mol. What is the approximate quantity of heat, transferred at constant volume, that raises the temperature of the gas to 300 K, in SI units?
1: according to the ideal gas law, a 1.016 mol sample of Krypton gas is in a 1.875 liter container at 273.8 Kelvin should exert a pressure of 12.17 atmospheres by what percent does the pressure calculated using the boundary waals equation differ from the ideal pressure? for Kr gas, a=2.318 L^2 ATM/mol^2 and b=3.978x10^-2 2: the average molecular speed in a sample of O3 gas at a certain temperature is 399 m/s. the average molecular speed in a sample...
A sealed container holding 0.0255 L of an ideal gas at 0.985 atm and 67 °C is placed into a refrigerator and cooled to 35 °C with no change in volume. Calculate the final pressure of the gas. _______atm A sample of carbon monoxide initially at 21.0 °C was heated to 42.0 °C. If the volume of the carbon monoxide sample at 42.0 °C is 939.9 mL, what was its volume at 21.0 °C? ________mL A sample of an ideal...