Use kinetic molecular theory to explain why approximating ideal behavior (PV=nRT) is fairly accurate only at low pressures and high temperatures. Use several concepts of kinetic molecular theory, not just math, to explain.
At a given temperature O2 molecules will move (3/2)1/2 faster than O3 molecules on the average. True or False? I'm not sure if it is true or false on this one, but I think its false. If you mix a gas, eventually all the molecules
Which of the following is NOT a postulate of the kinetic molecular theory? A; the average kinetic energy of the particles is directly proportional to the absolute temp. B;the forces of attraction and repulsion between the
Which of the following best describes a theory? A a theory is a guess or hunch about something that has occurred in nature B a theory is based on verifiable laws that can be proven true C a theory is a set of ideas that explains a
Which of the following statements is (are) true about a compound that has a molecular ion peak in its mass spectrum at mass 94, and shows prominent peaks in its IR spectrum at 3600–3200 and 1600 cm–1? A) The compound has a
How does the kinetic molecular theory help explain the difference between solids, liquids, and gases? Would the answer be basically stating how the theory states the difference of their atom structure? Or is it something else?
Which of the following is not true about molecular orbital theory? A. The bonding molecular orbital is filled before the antibonding orbital. B. Each molecular orbital can accommodate only one electron. C. The number of molecular