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Lesson Worksheet: The Ideal Gas Law in terms of Number of Moles Physics
In this worksheet, we will practice calculating the relationship between the number of moles in an ideal gas and the values of its bulk properties.
A gas consisting of 25.6 moles of carbon fills a volume of 0.128 m3 and has a pressure of 135 kPa. Find the temperature of the gas. Use a value of 12.0107 g/mol for the molar mass of carbon and 8.31 m2⋅kg/s2⋅K⋅mol for the value of the molar gas constant. Give your answer to the nearest kelvin.
A container of volume 0.225 m3 holds 2.24 moles of oxygen gas at a temperature of 320 K. Find the pressure on the container’s interior surfaces. Use a value of 8.31 m2⋅kg/s2⋅K⋅mol for the value of the molar gas constant. Give your answer to one decimal place.
Which of the following formulae is the ideal gas law, where is the pressure of the gas, is the volume of the gas, is the absolute temperature of the gas, is the number of moles of the gas, and is the molar gas constant?
For an ideal gas, for the volume and temperature of the gas to remain constant, if the number of moles of the gas is increased by a factor of 2, by what factor must the pressure of the gas change?