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Kinetic Molecular Theory

Q. Identify the gas particle that travels the slowest. a) CO b) Ne c) F2 d) N2 e) H2

Solved • Apr 23, 2020

Kinetic Molecular Theory

Q. Rank the gas molecules CH3F. C2H6, H2O, H2, He in terms of increasing non-ideality based upon intermolecular interactions. 1. None of these is correct. 2. H2O, CH3F, C2H6, H2, He 3. C2H6, H2O, CH3F, He, H2 4. He, H2, C2H6, CH3F, H2O 5. H2, He, CH3F, H2O, C2H6

Solved • Apr 20, 2020

Kinetic Molecular Theory

Q. At 320 K and 16 atm pressure, the molar volume of ammonia, NH3 is about 10% less than the molar volume of an ideal gas. The best explanation for the actual volume being much smaller is (a) the volume occupied by NH3 molecules is significant (b) the attractive molecular forces are significant (c) a significant amount of NH3 decomposes to N2 and H2 (d) ammonia is a real gas not an ideal gas (e ) no correct answer

Solved • Apr 19, 2020

Kinetic Molecular Theory

Q. 2. You decide to inflate a latex balloon (by blowing into it) and tie it off, so that you can see how many times you can hit it before it hits the ground. Using the ideal gas law and kinetic molecular theory, explain why/how the balloon inflated.

Solved • Apr 17, 2020

Kinetic Molecular Theory

Q. Compared to 1 mole gas molecule at 25 °C, which of the following descriptions is true about 1 mole gas molecule at 400 °C? Group of answer choices a)Less number of microstates b)Broader distribution of molecular velocities c)Lower entropy d)Less molecular motion

Solved • Apr 13, 2020

Kinetic Molecular Theory

Q. Which of the following laws concerning gases is misstated?

Solved • Apr 8, 2020

Kinetic Molecular Theory

Q. If the volume of a sample of gas is reduced at constant temperature, the average velocity of the molecules ______, the average force of an individual collision ____, and the average number of collisions with the wall, per unit area, per second ____. A. remains the same, increases, increases B. remains the same, remains the same, increases C. remains the same, decreases, remains the same D. decreases, increases, increases E. increases, increases, increases A. re

Solved • Apr 8, 2020