In this worksheet, we will practice using the combined gas equation to relate the pressure, volume, and temperature of two systems and calculate unknowns.
A spray can is used until it is empty except for the propellant gas, which has a pressure of torr at . If the can is thrown into a fire , what will the pressure be in the hot can?
- A torr
- B torr
- C torr
- D torr
- E torr
A 2.50 L volume of hydrogen measured at is warmed to . Calculate the volume of the gas at the higher temperature, assuming there is no change in pressure.
A cylinder of medical oxygen has a volume of 35.4 L and contains at a pressure of 151 atm and a temperature of . Calculate to 3 significant figures the volume of this quantity of at normal body conditions, 1.00 atm and .
A sample of carbon dioxide, , occupies 0.300 L at and 1 bar. What volume will the gas have at and 1 bar, assuming behaves as an ideal gas?
A balloon with a volume of 100.21 L at and 0.981 atm is released and rises to a higher altitude. If the final volume of the balloon is 144.53 L at a temperature of , what is the pressure inside the balloon at its final altitude?
Nitrogen and hydrogen can react together to form ammonia according to the equation
Ammonia is an important fertilizer and industrial chemical. Suppose that a volume of 683 billion cubic feet of gaseous ammonia, measured at and 1 atm, was manufactured. What volume of , measured under the same conditions, was required to prepare this amount of ammonia by reaction with ?
- A ft3
- B ft3
- C ft3
- D ft3
- E ft3
For a fixed quantity of an ideal gas at constant temperature, which graph depicts the expected relationship between pressure and volume ?
For a fixed quantity of an ideal gas at constant volume, which graph depicts the expected relationship between pressure and temperature ?