1. chemistry help?!

    Which properties result from minimal interactions between molecules in a gas? A. A characteristic geometric shape and limited particle motion B. A random shape, limited particle motion, and inability to be compressed C. A random shape, significant particle motion, and ability ...
  2. (1-13) Chemistry - Science

    Which of the following effects will make the ratio (PV) / (nRT) less than 1 for a real gas? a) The gas molecules are large enough to occupy a substantial amount of space. b) A large number of molecules have speeds greater than the average speed. c) The gas molecules have a ...
  3. chemistry

    What is the difference between dipole-dipole interactions and dipole-induced dipole interactions? 1.) dipole-dipole interactions involve two non polar molecules. Dipole induced dipole interactions involve one polar molecule with a permanent dipole and one non-polar molecule. 2...
  4. Chemistry

    Do gases follow any of these principles all the time? 1. The space between gas molecules is much larger than the molecules themselves. 2. Gas molecules are in constant random motion. 3. The average kinetic energy is determined solely by the temperature. 4. All collisions ...
  5. chemistry

    we believed that the molecules of a gas move around fairly rapidly, we can use this to explain all of the following EXCEPT why adding more gas increases the pressure. why most of the volume of the gas sample is taken up by the gas molecules. why the gas molecules do not settle...
  6. Chemistry. PLEASE HELP

    If we believed that the molecules of a gas move around fairly rapidly, we can use this to explain all of the following EXCEPT why adding more gas increases the pressure. why most of the volume of the gas sample is taken up by the gas molecules. why the gas molecules do not ...
  7. chm

    Which of the following facts is evidence for the existence of induced dipole-induced dipole interactions between molecules? Answer >>>Ions in water become surrounded by water molecules and this is what we observe as "dissolving." Water freezes into a solid made up of ...
  8. SCIENCE 1

    The van der waals equation incorporates corrections to the ideal gas in order to account for the properties of real gases one of the correcctions accounts for A.attractions between molecules B.the quantum behavior of molecules C.that average kinetic energy is inversely ...
  9. Chemistry

    For each Kinetic Molecular Theory principle, do all gases follow this principle all of the time? why or why not? 1. The space between gas molecules is much larger than the molecules themselves. 2. Gas molecules are in constant random motion. 3. The average kinetic energy is ...
  10. Chemistry

    Gas particles travel at speeds of up to 500 m/s. Why, then, does it take so long for gas molecules to travel the length of a room? My answer would be that the molecules still have a weak attraction to each other and, in addition, the friction of the molecules surrounding the ...
  11. Physical Science

    The physical properties of ice are different from the physical properties of dry ice (frozen carbon dioxide). But the physical properties of gaseous water vapor and the physical properties of gaseous carbon dioxide are the same. Why? A.) The valence electrons are more tightly ...
  12. SCIENCE 1

    the van der waals equation incorperates coreections for the ideal gas law in order to account for the properties of real gases. one of the corrections accounts for A.the average kinetic energy being inversely proportional to temperature B. the possibility of chemical reaction ...
  13. chemistry

    If a mole of hydrogen gas (H2) contains 6.02 x 10^23 molecules, how many molecules are there in 10.0 moles of hydrogen gas? Answer 60.20 x 10^23 molecules 6.0 x 10^23 molecules 6.02 x 10^20 molecules 6.02 x 10^24 molecules None of these is correct. would it be 6.02x10^24 or ...
  14. chem

    i have several problems i am caught on for my homework. I appreciate any help 1. As milk spoils, rancid components begin to coagulate. This could be interpreted as a: a.a colloid forming a suspension. b.solution forming a colloid. c.solution forming a suspension. d.suspension ...
  15. science/chemistry

    The van der waals equation incorperates corrections for the ideal gas laws in order to account for the properties of real gases. one of the corrections accounts for 1:The kinetic energy being inversly proportional to the temperature 2:The possibility of chemical reactions ...
  16. Chemistry

    Why is the boiling point of HCL gas (permanent dipole-dipole interactions) lower than that of CO2 gas(temporary dipole-dipole interactions)?
  17. Chemistry

    Which type of intermolecular forces would be expected in a sample of F2 gas? a. London forces, dipole interactions, and ionic interactions b. dipole interactions c. London forces d. London forces and dipole interactions I believe C is the correct answer.
  18. College Physics

    The rms speed of the molecules in 1.7 g of hydrogen gas is 1700 m/s. What is the total translational kinetic energy of the gas molecules? What is the thermal energy of the gas? 500 J of work are done to compress the gas while, in the same process, 1700 J of heat energy are ...
  19. Math

    A playground is being designed where children can interact with their friends in certain combinations. If there is 1 child, there can be 0 interactions. If there are 2 children, there can be 6 interactions. If there are 3 children, there can be 15 interactions. IF there are 4 ...
  20. Biology HELP!

    1. Which of the following correctly identifies the composition of an oxygen atom? (1 point) 8 protons, 8 electrons, and 8 neutrons 6 protons, 6 electrons, and 6 neutrons 8 protons, 6 electrons, and 7 neutrons 6 protons, 6 electrons, and 12 neutrons 2. Which of the following ...
  21. Chemistry

    All of the following are postulates of the kinetic molecular theory of gases except A. The gas molecules are in constant motion. B. The gas molecules are in rapid motion. C. The collisions between molecules are elastic. D. At a constant temperature, each molecule has the same ...
  22. Chem

    In the van der waals equation, the constants a and b are: 1)used to correct for the finite volume of gas molecules and the attractive forces between molecules 2)equal to each other for any real gas 3)used to correct for the difference between Celcius and Kelvin 4)equal to 1 ...
  23. physics

    A gas molecule at the surface of the earth happens to have the root mean square speed (rms)for that gas at 0°C.lf it were to go straight up without colliding with other molecules.How high would it rise and what would happen to the maximum height reached if a gas with heavier ...
  24. chemistry

    The kinds of interactions that exist between CH3COOH molecules include dipole-dipole (including hydrogen bonding) interactions and London forces.True or False Its false there are no hydrogen bonds?
  25. Advanced Algebra

    A playground is being designed where children can interact with their friends in certain combinations. If there is 1 child, there can be 0 interactions. If there are 2 children, there can be 1 interactions. If there are 3 children, there can be 4 interactions. If there are 4 ...
  26. biochemistry

    Which of the following statements about noncovalent bonding interactions is NOT true? Which of the following statements about noncovalent bonding interactions is NOT true? All noncovalent bond interactions are inherently electrostatic in nature. Van der Waals interactions, ...
  27. Combinatorics

    Entropy 1. Suppose a room has n molecules of a gas. We divide the room into k equal parts. How many ways can the molecules be split evenly between the parts (you may assume that n is divisible by k)? How many ways can the molecules be in only one part? What are the most common...
  28. Math

    If there's one child that can be zero interactions if there are two children the three interactions if their three children they can be 12 interactions if there are four children there can be 39 interactions which recursivity equation represents the pattern
  29. Chemistry(Please check)

    1) choose the correct statement about the postulates of kinetic theory of gases. a) a sample of a gas consists of a small number of large particles close together. b) the movement of gas molecules is predictable, not random. c) when gas molecules collide, they permanently ...
  30. Science

    The speed of sound in a gas depends upon the average speed of the gas molecules. Why is such a relationship reasonable? The greater the density of the medium ie gas pressure, temperature, the better sound traves through it. Why? because there are more molecules per volume to ...
  31. chemistry

    Which statement is false? The average kinetic energies of molecules from samples of different “ideal” gases is the same at the same temperature. Molecules of a gas undergo many collisions with each other and the container walls. All molecules of an ideal gas have the same ...
  32. science

    Thermal energy is caused by motion of? 1. mixing water molecules contained in a beaker 2. molecules in soild liquid and gas phases 3. mixing molecules together 4. molecules that have reached equilibrium the density of an object with the volume of 60.0 mL and a mass f 400.0 g ...
  33. OChem

    What intermolecular forces are important in the binding of organic molecules to the absorbent in absorption chromatogrpahy? Select all that apply. A) London forces B) Van der Waals forces C) Covalent Bonding D) Hydrogen bonding E) Dipole-dipole interactions F) Lewis acid-base ...
  34. math

    A playground is being designed where children can interact with their friends in certain combinations. If there is 1 child, there can be 0 interactions. If there are 2 children, there can be only 1 interaction. If there are 3 children, there can be 4 interactions. If there are...
  35. Chemistry

    Which of the following is NOT an assumption about an ideal gas? A. There are no intermolecular forces of attraction. B. The molecules do not collide with each other. C. The molecules have no kinetic energy. D. The molecules occupy no volume.
  36. Chemistry

    Each of four identical tires of a car is filled with a different gas. Gas pressure in each tire is 3.0 atm at 25oC. One tire contains neon, another – argon, the 3rd one has krypton, and the last one has unknown gas. How many molecules are there in each tire? So far, I have ...
  37. Science

    Which of the following is not a postulate of the kinetic molecular theory? A. The collisions between gas molecules are elastic. B. The energy of a gas molecule is determined by quantum mechanics. C. Gas molecules travel in random, straight paths. D. The absolute temperature of...
  38. Chemistry

    H2 +Br2 =2HBr so suggest twoo reasons why all the collisions between hydrogen and bromine gas molecules do bot result in reaction?
  39. Heat and properties of matter

    A fixed mass of an ideal gas slowly releases 1500 j of heat and as a result contract slowly,at a constant pressure 2.0 x 104 pa, from a volume of 0.025 M3. What is the effect on the internal energy of the gas? A it decrease by 2000 j. B it decreases by 1000 j. C it is ...
  40. chemistry

    how many molecules are in 5.5 moles of oxygen gas? How many atoms are in this quantity of gas? I used dimensional analysis and did: 5.5 mol. of oxygen x 6.02x10^23 molecules/1 mol of oxygen I got 3.3x^24 molecules of oxygen How do I find the # of atoms? I know that there are 2...
  41. help on a question

    I needed help on a physical science question. When the molecules in a body move with increased speed, it's possible that the body will change from a... A) gas to a liquid B) gas to a solid C) liquid to a solid D) liquid to a gas PLEASE HELP ME!! If the molecules are increasing...
  42. Chemistry

    What are four types of interactions between liquid molecules that affect the boiling point.
  43. chemistry

    Identify common properties of the molecules in a compound with a liquid crystal phase contain ions contain aromatic groups contain polar groups have long molecules
  44. science

    Which of the following properties of water explains its characterization as the universal solvent? Which of the following properties of water explains its characterization as the universal solvent? A. Kinetic energy of liquid water molecules B. High specific heat C. Polarity ...
  45. Chemistry-Bonding2 :-)

    Chlorine, Cl2, is a gas at room temperature, but bromine, Br2, is a liquid. Why? Chlorine would create a nonpolar covalent bond as each atom (with equal electronegativity) shared it's non paired electron. Nonpolar molecules have a very weak attraction to other nonpolar ...
  46. Chemistry

    Please show me the steps..... At STP, 3.00 L of nitrogen gas contains the same number of molecules as A) 1.00 L of nitrogen gas B) 2.00 L of oxygen gas C) 3.00 L of chlorine gas D) 4.00 L of hydrogen gas
  47. physics/chemistry

    (a) An ideal gas occupies a volume of 1.0 cm3 at 20°C and atmospheric pressure. Determine the number of molecules of gas in the container. i got that right to be 2.5e19 molecules (b) If the pressure of the 1.0 cm3 volume is reduced to 1.0 10-11 Pa (an extremely good vacuum) ...
  48. science

    A sample of certain mass of a gas was collected and it was found that the number of atoms and the nuber of molecules in the collected sample are equal.find this observation infer the type of molecules of the gas.
  49. Chemisty

    Enrico Fermi was a famous physicist who liked to pose what are now known as Fermi problems in which several assumptions are made in order to make a seemingly impossible estimate. One example of a Fermi problem is "Caesar's last breath" which estimates that you, right now, are ...
  50. science

    The average velocity of molecules of nitrogen gas (N2) at room temperature is around 500 m/s. If you were to raise the temperature of the nitrogen gas by 50°C what is a good estimate for the speed of the molecules?
  51. Chemistry please check

    1. Which of the following would occur as saturated hydrocarbons? alkanes alkenes alkynes cycloalkynes ans: alkanes 2. There are millions of organic compounds but only thousands of inorganic compounds because atoms of elements other than carbon never combine with themselves ...
  52. chemistry

    1)how many molecules of water are needed to produce 6 molecules of C6H12O6 according to the equation 6CO2(G)+6H2O(L)+energy TO C6H12O6(S)+6O2(G)? 2)how many mole of oxygen gas are produce when 6 mol of CO2 are consumed in the process of photosynthesis(see above question for ...
  53. science

    1)how many molecules of water are needed to produce 6 molecules of C6H12O6 according to the equation 6CO2(G)+6H2O(L)+energy TO C6H12O6(S)+6O2(G)? 2)how many mole of oxygen gas are produce when 6 mol of CO2 are consumed in the process of photosynthesis(see above question for ...
  54. chemistry 101

    calculate the molecules of oxygen required to react with 28.4g of sulfur in the following reaction? a)1.60 * 10 **24 molecules b)3.56 * 10**23 molecules c)2.67 * 10**23 molecules d)5.33 * 10**23 molecules e)8.00 * 10**23 molecules
  55. Physics

    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 have the same kinetic energy on the average, ...
  56. Chemistry

    I'm looking at a protein in a 3D visualization program (PyMol). I have the full amino acid sequence list. How do I determine *where* there are hydrophobic interactions that are stabilizing the tertiary structure? I know what hydrophobic interactions are in general, and I can ...
  57. physics

    What is true about microscopic properties of an object? 1) They are just small versions of the macroscopic properties. 2) They are the properties of particles that make up the object. 3) They are the average of many properties of individual particles. 4) They are overall large...
  58. Physics

    A tank with a constant volume of 3.44 m3 contains 14 moles of a monatomic ideal gas. The gas is initially at a temperature of 300 K. An electric heater is used to transfer 52600 J of energy into the gas. It may help you to recall that CVCV = 12.47 J/K/mole for a monatomic ...
  59. Physics

    (a) An ideal gas occupies a volume of 1.6-cm3 at 20°C and atmospheric pressure. Determine the number of molecules of gas in the container. (b) If the pressure of the 1.6-cm3 volume is reduced to 1.6 10-11 Pa (an extremely good vacuum) while the temperature remains constant, ...
  60. chemistry

    a 2 l gas bulb contains 4.07*10^23 N2 molecules. If the pressure is 3.05bar, what is the rms speed of the N2 molecules? What is the temperature?
  61. chemistry

    Question: Consider this molecular-level representation of a gas. There are: 5 orange gas particles 6 blue gas particles 3 green molecules of gas (two particles attached together) If the partial pressure of the diatomic gas is 0.510 atm, what is the total pressure? I have tried...
  62. Chemistry (Gas question)

    The mean kinetic energy of the molecules in a sample of H20 gas is 12x10^-19 J, calculate the mean velocity of a molecule and the temperature of the gas. Please help need to know for exam tomorrow.
  63. science

    A sample of certain mass of a gas was collected and it was fond that the number of atoms and the number of molecules in the collected sample are equal.from this observation infer the type of molecules of gas.
  64. science help pls pls

    Derek designed an experiment to demonstrate interactions between Earth systems. He cleared a patch of land in his backyard and poured a glass of water from a height of 12 inches above the ground. A depression was formed on the land at the spot where the water hit the ground. ...
  65. Chemistry PLS HELP

    The cover plate is removed from the gas jars shown iin the diagram. Nitrogen dioxide is a brown gas. After several days, the color of the gas is the same in both of the jars. What explains this change? So the picture shows this jar and nitrogen and nitrogen dioxide is ...
  66. science

    which of the following properties of water explains its characterization as the universal solvent. a)kinetic energy of liquid water molecules b)high specific heat c)polarity of water molecules d)high surface tension
  67. science

    which of the following properties of water explains its characterization as the universal solvent. a)kinetic energy of liquid water molecules b)high specific heat c)polarity of water molecules d)high surface tension I chose C
  68. Physics

    2. A Sample of V1=6.2L of pure nitrogen gas at 21.85 degrees Celsius and total pressure (gauge plus ambient) of p1=155,700 Pa is heated so that the vrms for the gas molecules increase by 9%. Find the new absolute temperature for the gas, and compute the pressure for the ...
  69. Chemistry

    Hydrogen gas, , reacts with nitrogen gas, , to form ammonia gas, , according to the equation 3H2+N2-2NH3 How many grams of are needed to produce 13.75g of NH3 ? How many molecules (not moles) of are produced from 8.26×10−4g of H2 ?
  70. Neon

    I need to find out the cost of the inert gas, Neon and it's Normal Phase to finish off a project. I have searched and searched but can't come up with the info needed. Neon is a rare gas, obtained by liquifing air. Its cost for very pure form is about thirty dollars per ten ...
  71. chemistry - ozone

    hi, can anybody tell me the molecules that destroy ozone? i need a fair few molecules to write in my homework...thanks! The main species responsible for destroying ozone in the stratosphere is Cl atoms. Br atoms are also very effective but there aren't many around. Collisions ...
  72. biology need help

    1 – 2 sentences why each of the following unique properties of water is important to living things Water is the universal solvent: Water is less dense as a solid than as a liquid Water molecules are attracted to one another (cohesion) Water molecules are attracted to other ...
  73. biology

    1 – 2 sentences why each of the following unique properties of water is important to living things Water is the universal solvent: Water is less dense as a solid than as a liquid Water molecules are attracted to one another (cohesion) Water molecules are attracted to other ...
  74. PHYSICS

    A gas cylinder contains a mixture of carbon dioxide and oxygen, which have different molecular masses. The contents of the cylinder are in thermal equilibrium. Which of the following statements is correct? Question 1 options: A) All carbon dioxide molecules and all oxygen ...
  75. Physics

    A cylinder with a movable piston contains 14 moles of a monatomic ideal gas at a pressure of 2.26 × 105 Pa. The gas is initially at a temperature of 300 K. An electric heater adds 52600 J of energy into the gas while the piston moves in such a way that the pressure remains ...
  76. Heat and properties of matter

    An ideal gas unergoes a cycle of processes as shown in d p-v diagram gases, which statement correctly escribe the situation a. The internal energy of the gas increases over one complete cycle b. Over the entire cycle, work is done by the gas. C. The gas absorbs more heat than ...
  77. Chemistry

    5 orange gas particles 6 blue gas particles 3 green molecules of gas (two particles attached together) If the partial pressure of the diatomic gas is 0.390 atm, what is the total pressure?
  78. physics

    Question 01: 2.0g of Nitrogen gas is at 270C in a fixed volume. If 20% of its total internal energy is due to rotation what is the average velocity of nitrogen molecules? What will be the temperature 2.0 g of Helium gas in a fixed volume if the average velocity of its ...
  79. Chemistry

    If the temperature of a confined gas is doubled at constant pressure, what change is observed? A) The volume of the gas is decreased to 1/4 of its original value. B) The volume of the gas is increased to twice its original value. C) The density of the gas is doubled. D) The ...
  80. Physics

    please I and my friend has been trying this one. If there there are 2.7*10^19 molecules are there in 1.0cm3 of a gas at 273k and pressure 1.0*10 ^5Pa. How many molecules are there in 1.0cm3 of the gas at 350k and pressure 1.0*10 ^5Pa.
  81. science

    3 Nitroglycerine is used as an explosive. The equation for the explosion reaction is: 4C3H5(NO3)3 ( l ) 12CO2 ( g) 1 10H2O ( l ) 1 6N2 ( g) 1 O2 ( g) a How many moles does the equation show for: i nitroglycerine? ii gas molecules produced? b How many moles of gas molecules are...
  82. Health

    6. Herbal medications have which of the following properties? They are heavily regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. They are safe because they are made from "natural" ingredients. The amount of featured ingredients can vary from sample to sample. Harmful side effects...
  83. organic chemistry

    How many steric interactions are there in CIS-1,3-dimethylcyclohexane? Which groups participate in the interactions and whats the total number of interactions of this type??? Also, if i have the steric strain value for one 1,3 H-CH3 interaction, how can i determine the ...
  84. physics

    An ideal gas occupies a volume of 1.87 cm3 at 15.7°C and a pressure of 101,325 Pa. a) Determine the number of molecules of gas in the container. Boltzmann’s constant is 1.38 x 10-23 m2kg/s2K Answer: b) Determine the total internal energy of the gas.
  85. Chemistry

    In a fixed volume container, 6*10^23 molecules of a gas exert a pressure of 12 N/m^2. If 12*10^23 molecules of gas were added to the container, what would the pressure become? PV=nRT P=pressure in atm V=volume in L T=absolute (kelvin) temperature R=0.082 L atm/mole K n=number ...
  86. Interactions

    Question: Interactions: Summarize this section (in the book) in your own words and for each interaction give a complete sentence. The strength of interactions of eluted compounds with alumina or silica gel depends on how strongly they are adsorbed to the adsorbants. I will ...
  87. physical science

    I have been working on my homework for science for a while now and I just wanted to see if I got any questions wrong. Can someone help me by checking what problems i got wrong. My parent told me that I have at least 5 problems wrong. Can someone point them out for me and help ...
  88. Chemistry

    Consider the molecules ether (CH3OCH3), ethyl alcohol (CH3CH2OH), and propanol (CH3CH2CH2OH) (not isopropanol!). The boiling point of ether is -25 degrees while the boiling point of ethyl alcohol is 78 degrees. How would you explain the difference in properties of the two ...
  89. Physics

    If there there are 2.7*10^19 molecules are there in 1.0cm3 of a gas at 273k and pressure 1.0*10 ^5Pa. How many molecules are there in 1.0cm3 of the gas at 350k and pressure 1.0*10 ^5Pa.
  90. physics

    Helium gas occupies a volume of 0.04 m 3 at a pressure of 2 x 10 5 Pa (Nm -2 ) and temperature of 300 K. Calculate (i) the mass of the helium. (ii) the r.m.s. speed of its molecules. (iii) the r.m.s. speed at 432 K when the gas is heated at constant pressure to this ...
  91. Chemistry

    Water's unique properties allow it to- a.dissolve aqueous solutions b.dissolve ionic and nonpolar covalent molecules c.dissolve ionic and polar covalent molecules d.dissolve ionic, covalent and metallic molecules is it c, because i know water is polar?
  92. Physical science

    how can i calculate the number of: 1.molecules in 30g water.2.atoms in 50 dm^3 nitrogen gas.3.nucleons in 10 cm^3 flourine gas?
  93. chemistry

    You react chemical A with chemical B to make one product. It takes 100 grams of chemical A to react completely with 20 grams of chemical B. What is true about the chemical properties of the product? a. the properties are more like those of chemical A b. the properties are more...
  94. Physics

    Which of the following desceriptions about ideal gas is/are correct? 1)An ideal gas obeys Boyle's law only under high temp and low pressure 2)the molecules of an ideal gas have no size 3)the internal energy of an ideal gas consists of kinetic energy only A.1)only B.3)only C.1...
  95. science

    1) What conclusions can be drawn about the relationship between the arrangement of elements on the periodic table and the patterns observed in their properties? :Properties of elements are related to atomic numbers.*** :Properties of elements are related to ductility. :...
  96. chemistry

    Consider the conditions listed in the table below. Gas Temperature Pressure H2 100 oC 1 atm CH4 100 oC 20 atm O2 373 K 1 atm CO2 373 K 10 atm Which describes the characteristics of these samples? I. All molecules have the same kinetic energy II. The hydrogen molecules have the...
  97. Chemistry- Organic Reactions

    Can anyone help me with this question: I have to show how I would synthesize the molecules: hexanol, bromo-2-pentene, and ethoxypropane by using the starting matierials: -benzene -bromocyclopropane -butanoic acid -chlorine gas -cyclohexane -ethanol -ethanal -heptanol -2-hexene...
  98. math

    consider the stracture with 7 components such that each of them with probabilty p works independently A) find the minimal cut and minimal path sets? B)Find the reliablity for the stracture function?
  99. 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. ...
  100. chemistry

    Calculate the mass in g of each of the following. a. 2.3×10^22 H2O molecules b. 6.16×10^20 SO3 molecules c. 5.0×1025 O3 molecules d. 9.82×1019 CCl2F2 molecules
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