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October 23, 2016
Number of results: 130,369

**calculus**

Boyle's law states that if the temperature of a gas remains constant, then PV = c. Where P is the pressure, V is the volume, and c is a constant. Given a quantity of gas at constant temperature, if V is decreasing at a rate of 13 in.^3/s, at what rate is P increasing when P = ...

*May 2, 2010 by Hussain*

**chemistry**

A fixed quantity of gas at 27°C exhibits a pressure of 729 torr and occupies a volume of 5.70 L. (a) Use Boyle's law to calculate the volume the gas will occupy if the pressure is increased to 1.75 atm while the temperature is held constant. (b) Use Charles's law to calculate ...

*April 27, 2010 by Chase*

**chemistry**

A fixed quantity of gas at 27°C exhibits a pressure of 729 torr and occupies a volume of 5.70 L. (a) Use Boyle's law to calculate the volume the gas will occupy if the pressure is increased to 1.75 atm while the temperature is held constant. (b) Use Charles's law to calculate ...

*April 30, 2010 by chase*

**chemistry**

A fixed quantity of gas at 27°C exhibits a pressure of 729 torr and occupies a volume of 5.70 L. (a) Use Boyle's law to calculate the volume the gas will occupy if the pressure is increased to 1.75 atm while the temperature is held constant. (b) Use Charles's law to calculate ...

*April 30, 2010 by chase*

**Anatomy & Physiology**

How do the gas laws (Daltons, Boyles and Henrys)apply to the respiratory processes? I will be happy to critique your thinking on this. I know Dalton's Law is the law of partial pressures, Boyle's law is the law for a fixed mass of ideal gas at fixed temperature, the product of...

*March 21, 2007 by Aletha*

**Chemistry**

1. Calculate the number of molecules in a deep breath of air whose volume is 2.15 L at body temperature, 36 degrees Celsius, and a pressure of 740 torr. 2.A fixed quantity of gas at 24 degrees Celsius exhibits a pressure of 740 torr and occupies a volume of 4.42 L. a)Use Boyle...

*November 2, 2009 by Emory*

**Physics**

According to Boyle's law, the volume V of a gas at a constant temperature varies inversely with the pressure P. When the volume of a certain gas is 125 cubic meters, the pressure is 20 psi (pounds per square inch). If the volume of gas is increased to 400 cubic meters, the ...

*May 25, 2012 by Pat*

**chemistry **

12.00 liters of oxygen gas is under a pressure of 20 mm Hg. If the volume of this gas is decreased to 2.00 liters at constant temperature, what will the new pressure be? I believe this is Boyle's law and the answer should be 120 mm Hg, but according the answer on practice test...

*December 4, 2012 by Jo*

**chemisty**

12.00 liters of oxygen gas is under a pressure of 20 mm Hg. If the volume of this gas is decreased to 2.00 liters at constant temperature, what will the new pressure be? I believe this is Boyle's law and the answer should be 120 mm Hg, but according the answer on practice test...

*December 4, 2012 by Jo*

**science**

A fixed quantity of gas at 22°C exhibits a pressure of 739 torr and occupies a volume of 5.46 (a) Calculate the volume the gas will occupy if the pressure is increased to 1.74 atm while the temperature is held constant.

*December 14, 2012 by Samantha*

**Anatomy-bobpursley**

How do the gas laws (Daltons, Boyles and Henrys)apply to the respiratory processes? Anatomy & Physiology - bobpursley, Wednesday, March 21, 2007 at 11:51am I will be happy to critique your thinking on this. Anatomy & Physiology - Aletha, Wednesday, March 21, 2007 at 12:00pm I ...

*March 21, 2007 by Aletha*

**chemistry**

A fixed quantity of gas, at constant pressure, occupies a volume of 8.50 L and has a temperature of 29.0 degrees C. What volume will the gas occupy if the temperature is increased to 125 degrees C? 6.4, 11.2, 14.1, 12.6, 4.9

*December 5, 2011 by Anonymous*

**Chemistry help!**

A sample of gas at a temperature of 37.0°C has a pressure of 725 torr and occupies a volume of 3.44 L. a. Use Boyle’s law to calculate the new pressure if the temperature is held constant and the volume is increased to 6.54 L. torr b. Use Gay-Lussac’s law to calculate the new ...

*February 26, 2014 by Chelsey*

**Science/Biology/Physics**

Which of the following represents Boyle's gas law? A. Gas turns to a liquid when temperature reaches 0° C (32° F). B. As the volume of a gas increases, the temperature also increases. C. At any temperature, inert gases are less combustible than non-inert gases. D. At a fixed ...

*July 24, 2014 by J*

**physical science**

If a quantity of gas in a piston cylinder has a volume of 0.9 m3 and is initially at room temperature (30°C) and is heated in an isobaric (constant-pressure) process, what will be the temperature of the gas in degrees Celsius when it has expanded to a volume of 1.2 m3?

*May 2, 2011 by Eric*

**Chemistry**

I need help on these last three problems on my Hw. 1. A 10.0 L sample of gas at 3.00 degrees Celsius is cooled at a constant pressure until it reaches 1/2 of its original volume. At what temperature in K will this volume be reached? (Charles law) 2. 994 mLof gas is collected ...

*May 19, 2015 by Anonymous *

**science**

As the pressure of a fixed mass of a gas is increased at constant temperature, the density of the gas increases? As the absolute temperature of a fixed mass of an ideal gas is increased at constant pressure, the volume occupied by the gas increases? The absolute temperature of...

*November 24, 2007 by Anonymous*

**Math**

I'm having trouble with a math problem, it says: A quantity of gas has a volume of 0.20 cubic meter and an absolute temperature of 333 degrees kelvin. When the temperature of the gas is raised to 533 degress kelvin, what is the new volume of the gas? Thank You. Assuming ...

*July 5, 2005 by Mirayah Robinson*

**Math**

Charles's Law states that at constant pressure, the volume of a fixed amount of gas varies directly with its temperature measured in degrees Kelvin. A gas has a volume of 250 mL at 300 K. what is an equation for the relationship between volume and temperature?

*January 24, 2009 by Angie*

**chemistry**

According to Boyle, pressure and volume of a confined gas are ____ proportional, and according to Charles, the volume of a gas at a constant pressure is____ proportional to its Kelvin temperature. A. directly; inversely B. directly; not C. inversely; directly D. not; inversely

*September 14, 2014 by Emiko*

**texas southern university**

A quantity of gas in a piston cylinder has a volume of 0.544 m3 and a pressure of 200 Pa. The piston compresses the gas to 0.126 m3 in an isothermal (constant-temperature) process. What is the final pressure of the gas? ??__Pa

*October 24, 2012 by angela*

**calculus related rates **

Boyle’s law for the expansion of a gas is PV = k, where P is the pressure (in pounds per unit of area), V is the volume of the gas, and k is a constant. Find the expression that shows the rate of change of the pressure as related to the rate of change of the volume. dP/dt...

*November 11, 2014 by Bill *

**Chemistry**

Let's say that you are asked to design an airbag for a car. You know that the bag should be filled with gas with a pressure higher than atmospheric pressure, say 828 mmHg at a temperature of 22.0 C . THe bag has a volume of 45.51. What quantity of sodium azide should be used ...

*May 28, 2013 by Leslie*

**chemistry**

If I contain 3 moles of gas in a container with a volume of 60 liters and at temperature of 400 K, what is the pressure inside the container? Ideal Gas Law: PV=nRT I know I'm given the volume, temperature, and numbers of moles of gas, but how do I know which ideal gas constant...

*May 30, 2015 by kara*

**MATH PLEASE HELP!**

According to Boyle's law, the pressure p of a compressed gas is inversely proportional to the volume, v. If a pressure of 20 pounds per square inch exists when the volume of the gas is 500 cubic inches, what is the pressure when the gas is compressed to 400 cubic inches?

*January 7, 2009 by Roger*

**Chem**

(a) Use Boyle's law to calculate the volume the gas will occupy if the pressure is increased to 1.79 atm while the temperature is held constant. 3.17 L (b) Use Charles's law to calculate the volume the gas will occupy if the temperature is increased to 175°C while the ...

*May 8, 2014 by Sarah Pick*

**Chemistry**

A quantity of gas under a pressure of 302 kPa has a volume of 600. cm3. The pressure is increased to 545 kPa, while the temperature is kept constant. What is the new volume?

*March 31, 2011 by Aubrey*

**Chemistry**

A quantity of gas under a pressure of 302 kPa has a volume of 600. cm3. The pressure is increased to 545 kPa, while the temperature is kept constant. What is the new volume?

*March 31, 2011 by Aubrey*

**Physics HELP**

When the pressure P of a fixed mass of gas is inversely proportional to its volume V at constant temperature. (Where mass and temperature are constant) When volume is increased, the distance between the walls of the container is ?. This causes the average time between each ...

*June 5, 2016 by Timu*

**Chemisrty**

Determine which law is appropriate for solving the following problem. What volume will 1.56 liters of a gas at 27°C and 745 mmHg of pressure occupy at 100°C and 700 mmHg of pressure? Law used: Boyle's Law Charles' Law Combined Gas Law

*October 19, 2011 by Angel*

**physics**

an isolated quantity of an ideal gas at 297.2 K has a volume of 14.96 L at a pressure of 1.63 atm. What is the volume of this gas sample when the absolute temperature is reduced to one third and the pressure is divided by five?

*April 9, 2012 by katie *

**Physics**

A piston contains 1m^3 of helium at a temperature of 250 K and an absolute pressure of 1.0kPa. The following changes are made in sequence: (a) First the volume of the piston is decreased to 0.2 m^3 while the temperature is kept constant, what is the pressure of the gas? (b) ...

*February 17, 2011 by Pressure of gas*

**Physics**

Boyle's Law says that the volume of a gas varies inversely with the pressure. When the volume of a certain gas is 4L , the pressure is 165kPa (kilopascals). What is the volume when the pressure is 60kPa?

*May 23, 2011 by Rachal*

**Chemistry **

Boyle's Law says that the volume of a gas varies inversely with the pressure. When the volume of a certain gas is 2 L, the pressure is 1065 kPa (kilopascals). What is the pressure when the volume is 15 L ?

*February 8, 2016 by Marie*

**Physics**

Boyle's Law says that the volume of a gas varies inversely with the pressure. When the volume of a certain gas is 2 L, the pressure is 1065 kPa (kilopascals). What is the pressure when the volume is 15 L?

*February 8, 2016 by Marie*

**physical science**

Boyle’s law states that if you squeeze a fixed amount of a gas into a smaller volume, the pressure will increase. Explain why?

*March 3, 2013 by alex*

**physical science**

Boyle’s law states that if you squeeze a fixed amount of a gas into a smaller volume, the pressure will increase. Explain why?

*March 4, 2013 by alex*

**chemistry**

Assuming that the temperature and quantity of a gas sample remain constant, what will be the final pressure of 1.6 L sample of gas originally at 330K and 4.84 atm, when the volume is reduced to 840 mL?

*April 19, 2012 by sam*

**science**

1. Boyle’s law states that if you squeeze a fixed amount of a gas into a smaller volume, the pressure will increase. Explain why in your own words.

*February 28, 2013 by ricardo *

**science**

1. Boyle’s law states that if you squeeze a fixed amount of a gas into a smaller volume, the pressure will increase. Explain why in your own words.

*March 1, 2013 by alex*

**phyical science **

Boyle’s law states that the volume of a gas is inversely proportional to its pressure if the A. temperature and number of particles are constant. B. temperature reaches absolute zero. C. number of particles decreases. D. temperature and number of particles are doubled.

*October 11, 2015 by sidney*

**Calculus- Please Help!**

Very confused with this question. Amy help would be appreciated. The ideal gas law states that P V = nRT where P is the pressure in atmospheres, V is the volume in litres, n is the number of moles, R = 0.082 L·atm/K·mol is the gas constant, and T is the temperature in Kelvins...

*November 4, 2014 by Anonymous*

**Gas Law Chemistry**

I need help on these two questions: If a certain gas occupies a volume of 16L when the applied pressure is 8.0atm , find the pressure when the gas occupies a volume of 4.0L . A certain gas is present in a 12.0L cylinder at 4.0atm pressure. If the pressure is increased to 8....

*October 25, 2012 by Amy*

**physical science**

1. Boyle’s law states that if you squeeze a fixed amount of a gas into a smaller volume, the pressure will increase. Explain why in your own words.

*March 3, 2013 by alex*

**chemistry**

A quantity of gas has a volume of 121 L when confined under a pressure of 2.50 atm at a temperature of 20.0 C. At what pressure will its volume be 30.0 L at 25.0 C?

*February 24, 2012 by garrett*

**chemistry**

A sample of an ideal gas at 15.0 atm and 10.0 L is allowed to expand against a constant externam pressure of 2.00 atm at a constant temperature. Calculate the work in KJ for the gas expansion (Boyle's law applies)

*October 9, 2010 by alexie*

**Calculus 2**

The pressure P of a gas is related to its volume V by the formula P=k/V where k is a constant. A quantity of gas with an initial volume of 1 cubic meter and a pressure of 2.5 newtons per square meter expands to a volume of 16 cubic meters. Find the work done by the gas.

*November 7, 2012 by Heather*

**chemistry**

A quantity of 0.020 mole of a gas initially at 0.050 L and 20 degrees Celsius undergoes a constant-temperature expansion until its volume is 0.59 L. Calculate the work done (in joules) by the the gas if it expands (b) pressure of 0.20 atm. (C) If gas in (b) is allowed to ...

*December 28, 2010 by Anna*

**Chemistry**

A quantity of 0.020 mole of a gas initially at 0.050 L and 20 degrees Celsius undergoes a constant-temperature expansion until its volume is 0.59 L. Calculate the work done (in joules) by the the gas if it expands (b) pressure of 0.20 atm. (C) If gas in (b) is allowed to ...

*December 28, 2010 by Cynthia*

**Physics help please!**

The pressure of a fixed quantity of an ideal gas was held constant. The initial volume was 8.00 cubic meters and the final volume was 2.50 cubic meters. What was the final temperature in kelvins if the initial temerature was 188 degrees fahrenheit... Please walk me through ...

*June 11, 2012 by Genny*

**Physical Science**

Hello, I wanted to know in this problem if I came to the correct answer... Thank You I used: Vo/To = Vf/Tf A quantity of gas has a volume of 0.20 cubic meter and an absolute temperature of 333 degrees Kelvin. When the temperature of the gas is raised to 533 degrees Kelvin, ...

*February 7, 2008 by Mandi*

**science**

Part I: Units of Measurement for Gas Laws For the following questions, use the following answer choices to indicate what each unit of measurement is used to measure (pressure, volume, or temperature). 1. atm 2. kPa 3. L 4. oC 5. torr 6. K 7. mL 8. cubic centimeters (cm3) ...

*March 2, 2015 by Alex*

**Algebra**

Boyle's Law says that the volume of a gas varies inversely with the pressure. When the volume of a certain gas is 5 liters, the pressure is 158 kPa (kilopascals). What is the volume when the pressure is 395 kPa?

*March 8, 2016 by Anonymous*

**Chemistry**

What happens to pressure when you increase the temperature Of a gas? PV=nRT if volume is constant, increasing the right side has to increase the left side. Pressure is directly related to absolute temperature, given volume is constant. Isn't this Charles' Law?

*June 12, 2007 by Dan*

**Physical Science **

Explain how you can use Boyle's law to determine the new volume of a gas when it's pressure is increased from 270 kPa to 540 kPa? The original volume of gas was 1 l. Assume the temperature and number of particles are consistent. What is the new volume?

*October 20, 2015 by Jamie*

**chemistry**

i keep trying to do these problems and i don't understand them. please help me!! 1. Gas stored in a tank at 273 K has a pressure of 388 kPa. The save limit for the pressure is 825 kPa. At what temperature will the gas reach this pressure? A. 850 K B. 925 K C. 580 K D. 273 K 2...

*October 10, 2008 by Please Help!*

**practical math**

A quantity of gas has a volume of 0.20 cubic meter and an absolute temperature of 333 degrees kelvin. When the temperature of the gas is raised to 533 degrees kelvin, what is the new volume of the gas? (Assume that there's no change in pressure.)

*July 17, 2012 by Anonymous*

**Algebra**

Boyle's Law says that the volume of a gas varies inversely with the pressure. When the volume of a certain gas is 4L, the pressure is 165 kPa(kilopascals). What is the volume when the pressure is 60 kPa?

*June 7, 2011 by Rachal*

**Chemistry**

A quantity N2 of occupies a volume of 1.4L at 290K and 1.5atm . The gas expands to a volume of 3.1 L as the result of a change in both temperature and pressure. I have the find the density of the gas at these new conditions?

*November 20, 2010 by Kate*

**Chemistry**

A sample of an ideal gas at 15.0 atm and 10.0 L is allowed to expand against a constant external pressure of 2.00 atm at a constant temperature. Calculate the work in units of kJ for the gas expansion. (Hint: Boyle's law applies) Please explain thoroughly! thank you!

*October 3, 2010 by Jack*

**chemistry**

A sample of an ideal gas at 15.0 atm and 10.0 L is allowed to expand against a constant external pressure of 2.00 atm at a constant temperature. Calculate the work in units of kJ for the gas expansion. (Hint: Boyle's law applies) Please explain thoroughly! thank you!

*October 4, 2010 by Jack*

**physics**

The description for a certain brand of house paint claims a coverage of 460ft^2/gal. A) Express this quantity in square meters per liter. B)Express this quantity in quantity in a SI unit (i.e, meters to the power-1, looks like m-1) C)What is the inverse of the original quantity?

*August 22, 2010 by Brent*

**chemistry**

A fixed amount of gas initially at 100 K and pressure P1 is expanded from 1 L to 100 L in a piston. The temperature, T2, of the gas at this point is 50 K. The piston is then locked at constant volume V2=100 L and half the gas is pumped out at a constant temperature of T2 . The...

*December 5, 2011 by laura *

**Math**

The volume of a certain quantity of gas is inversely proportional to its pressure. If its pressure is 1000 grams per square cm, when its volume is 3m³, what will the pressure be when the gas is compressed to a volume of 2m³? (Thanks in advance in helping me here)

*September 22, 2016 by Jason*

**science**

About a month ago I asked you a question and it was, A quantity of gas has a volume of 0.20 cubic meter and an absolute temperature of 333 degrees Kelvin. When the temperature of the gas is raised to 533 degrees Kelvin, what is the new volume of the gas? You told me how to ...

*August 17, 2005 by Mirayah Robinson*

**Chemistry**

A quantity of N2 occupies a volume of 1 L at 290 K and 1.5 atm. The gas expands to a volume of 2.7 L as the result of a change in both temperature and pressure. Find the density of the gas at these new conditions (in grams per liter).

*October 24, 2009 by .*

**chemistry**

A fixed amount of CH4 gas occupies a volume of 136 mL at a pressure of 567 mm Hg and a temperature of 19oC. What will be the volume, in mL, occupied by this sample of CH4 gas when the pressure is decreased to 421 mm Hg while holding the temperature constant?

*July 28, 2015 by Mindy*

**chemistry**

Q: If the temperature is constant, what change in volume would cause the pressure of an enclosed gas to be reduced to one quarter of its original value? I think if the chance in volume increases, the pressure of the gas decreases. Q: Assuming the gas in a contain remains at a ...

*March 4, 2008 by stacie*

**CHEMISTRY**

A quantity of N2 occupies a volume of 1.5 L at 300 K and 1.2 atm . The gas expands to a volume of 3.2 L as the result of a change in both temperature and pressure.

*December 7, 2015 by Anonymous*

**chemistry**

1. Which example has particles that can be drawn closer to occupy smaller volume? a. fruit juice b. block of wood c. air inside the syringe d. ice cube 2. Which of the following phenomena does NOT involve the application of gas pressure? a. burning fuels b. falling leaves c. ...

*July 6, 2015 by ken*

**chemistry**

1. Which example has particles that can be drawn closer to occupy smaller volume? a. fruit juice b. block of wood c. air inside the syringe d. ice cube 2. Which of the following phenomena does NOT involve the application of gas pressure? a. burning fuels b. falling leaves c. ...

*July 10, 2015 by ken*

**chemistry**

A gas has a pressure of 2.96 atm when its volume is 3.93 L. What will the pressure be when the volume is changed to 1.09 L, assuming constant temperature? Express the ﬁnal pressure in torr. Answer in units of torr

*January 29, 2013 by kaitlin watson*

**chem**

A gas has a pressure of 2.93 atm when its volume is 3.99 L. What will the pressure be when the volume is changed to 1.56 L, assuming constant temperature? Express the ﬁnal pressure in torr. Answer in units of torr

*May 30, 2014 by reis*

**Chemistry**

1. Reactions follow the law of conservation mass.- T? 3. In a chemical equation, the material to the left of the arrow equals the material on the right.- T 8. In a single replacement reaction, sodium (Na) doesn't replace hydrogen.- F? 16. Increased pressure acting on a gas at ...

*October 26, 2010 by mysterychicken*

**chemistry**

An unknown quantity of gas at a pressure of 121.59 kPa, a volume of 31 L, and a temperature of 360 K contains how many moles of gas? Round to the nearest hundredth. Don't forget the units.

*September 6, 2010 by janay*

**Pre-Calc**

Write the statement as a power function equation. Use k for constant of variation if one is not given. a. Charles's law states the volume V of an enclosed ideal gas at a constant pressure varies directly as the absolute temperature T. b. The volume V of a circular cylinder ...

*October 16, 2009 by Muffy*

**chamistry**

formula: 2Cl- ==> Cl2 + 2e- in one experiment, the volume of chlorine gas formed was 18cm3. i) calculate the amount, in moles, of chlorine gas in 18cm3.(the volume of 1 mol of a gas at room temperature and pressure is 24000) ii) calculate the quantity of electricity, in ...

*February 19, 2016 by laura*

**chem**

A gas has pressure of 4.62 atm when its volume is 2.33 L if the temperature remains constant, what will the pressure be when the volume is changed to 1.03 L? express the final pressure in torrs

*April 28, 2008 by jerson*

**science**

home / homework help / questions and answers / science / physics / the temperature of an ideal gas at an initial pressure ... Question The temperature of an ideal gas at an initial pressure P1 and volume V1 is increased at constant volume until the pressure is doubled. The ...

*January 8, 2015 by ahmad*

**Chemistry**

A gas has a pressure of 4.62 atm when its volume is 2.33 L. If the temperature remains constant, what will the pressure be when the volume is changed to 1.03 L? Express the final pressure in mm Hg.

*April 7, 2014 by Suzanne*

**PRE-CALC still stuck**

Write the statement as a power function equation. Use k for constant of variation if one is not given. a. Charles's law states the volume V of an enclosed ideal gas at a constant pressure varies directly as the absolute temperature T. b. The volume V of a circular cylinder ...

*October 18, 2009 by Muffy*

**Chemistry**

I'm having trouble understanding Boyle's Law and Dalton's law of partial pressures. Can anyone help me work this please? Thank you A sample of propane gas, C3H8, was collected over water at 22.5 ºC and 680. torr. The volume of the wet gas is 3.89 L. What will be the volume of ...

*November 8, 2014 by Katie*

**chemistry**

A 24L sample of a gas at fixed mass and constant temperature exerts a pressure of 3.0 atm. What pressure will the gas exert if the volume is changed to 16L?

*March 16, 2010 by catherine*

**chemistry**

a sample containing 1.50 mol neon gas has a volume of 8.00L.what is the new volume of the gas in liters when the following changes occur in the quantity of the gas at constant pressure and temperature? a.a leak allows on-half of the neon atoms to escape. b. a sample of 25.0g ...

*June 27, 2010 by Jetta*

**Pre Calc (question was never answered)**

Write the statement as a power function equation. Use k for constant of variation if one is not given. a. Charles's law states the volume V of an enclosed ideal gas at a constant pressure varies directly as the absolute temperature T. b. The volume V of a circular cylinder ...

*October 17, 2009 by Muffy*

**Microeconomics**

Consider a competitive firm that produces tomatoes. The total fixed costs are $10 and TVC is related to output according to the followin scheduele Quantity TVC 0 0 1 45 2 85 3 120 4 150 5 170 1)Compute ATC and MC 2) What is quantity if P=40 3)what is quantity if P=30 4)What is...

*December 11, 2007 by Mark*

**Chem**

To what temperature in K must a variable volume container of helium gas be cooled to obtain a final volume of 0.182 L? The initial volume and temperature are 2.34 L and 314 K, respectively. The pressure and number of moles are fixed. You're supposed to us V1/T1=V2/T2, and I ...

*October 7, 2012 by Anonymous*

**Chemistry**

To what temperature in K must a variable volume container of helium gas be cooled to obtain a final volume of 0.182 L? The initial volume and temperature are 2.34 L and 314 K, respectively. The pressure and number of moles are fixed. You're supposed to us V1/T1=V2/T2, and I ...

*October 7, 2012 by Anonymous*

**The polythecnic Ibadan**

The volume of a fixed mass of a gas in a cylinder at constant temperature is 300cm,when the pressure is 900mmHg.calculate the new volume when the pressure is 600mmHg.

*August 20, 2015 by Akanho jamiu Adeoye*

**physics**

A 45 g mass is attached to a massless spring and allowed to oscillate around an equilibrium according to: y(t) = 1.3 * sin( 0.6 * t ) where y is measured in meters and t in seconds. (a) What is the spring constant in N/m? k = N/m .162 NO HELP: You are given m, the mass. What ...

*December 5, 2010 by sarah*

**Chemistry - Urgent Please help!!**

The problems: 0.0513 grams of Al (Wt. 27.0) was reacted with excess HCI to produce H2 according to the following balanced equation: 2 Al + 6 HCI ---> 2 AlCl3 + 3 H2 a) Determine the number of moles of H2 evolved from that quantity of Al when collected over water? 0.0513g Al...

*April 23, 2013 by Kishwa*

**physics**

A fixed mass of gas has a pressure of 8700 Pa, a volume of 10.5 m3 and temperature of 68 °C. The pressure and volume of the gas are changed to 9 243 Pa and 14.4 m3. The new temperature of the gas is

*May 4, 2015 by danny*

**calculus**

The temperature of a hard boiled egg varies according to Newton's Law of Cooling: dT dt equals negative k times the quantity T minus A, where T is the temperature of the egg, A is the room temperature, and k is a positive constant. If the egg cools from 100°C to 90°C in 1 ...

*July 17, 2015 by Anonymous*

**Chemistry**

Need help with #2 & # 3 1. Record the pairs of data for pressure (atm) and volume (mL). Pressure(atm) Volume(mL) 1.000 150 mL 1.154 130 mL 1.364 110 mL 1.667 90 mL 2. Does your experimental data verify Boyle's Law? Explain. 3. What pressure would the gas sample have at a ...

*May 14, 2010 by Ashley*

**Chemistry**

Could some please tell me if I did this problem correctly? Assume that at a given temperature, there is 1 g of CO2 gas in a one liter volume. How much mass of O2 would there be at the same temperature, in the same volume? My answer: Step 1) Find the number of moles of carbon ...

*October 22, 2009 by Ed*

**Chem**

A bicycle tire is filled with air to a pressure of 100 psi at a temperature of 19C. Riding the bike on asphalt on a hot day increases the temperature of the tire to 58C. The volume increases by 4%. What is the new pressure of the tire? Convert the temps to Kelvins, then use ...

*September 30, 2006 by Mew*

**physics**

Calculate the heat given off by the hot water. GIVEN: Original quantity of water (hot water) 50g Orig.temperature :40°C Final temperature: 9°C Final quantity of water: 264g Increase in quantity of water 214g. PLEASE KINDLY SHOW ME THE EQUATION FOR THIS THANK YOU. <3

*February 28, 2016 by chris*

**physics**

Calculate the heat given off by the hot water. GIVEN: Original quantity of water (hot water) 50g Orig.temperature :40°C Final temperature: 9°C Final quantity of water: 264g Increase in quantity of water 214g. PLEASE KINDLY SHOW ME THE EQUATION FOR THIS THANK YOU. <3

*February 28, 2016 by chris*

**physics**

Calculate the heat given off by the hot water. GIVEN: Original quantity of water (hot water) 50g Orig.temperature :40°C Final temperature: 9°C Final quantity of water: 264g Increase in quantity of water 214g. PLEASE KINDLY SHOW ME THE EQUATION FOR THIS THANK YOU. <3

*February 28, 2016 by chris*

**physics**

Calculate the heat given off by the hot water. GIVEN: Original quantity of water (hot water) 50g Orig.temperature :40°C Final temperature: 9°C Final quantity of water: 264g Increase in quantity of water 214g. PLEASE KINDLY SHOW ME THE EQUATION FOR THIS THANK YOU. <3

*February 28, 2016 by chris*