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Does the ideal gas law
hold under detonation conditions?

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What is it meant by an ideal gas? Under which conditions does a
real gas behave most like an ideal gas?
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Under which conditions is the gas least likely to behave
according to the ideal gas law?
Select one:
He gas at 37.5 K and 750 torr
N2 gas at 37.5 ºC and 75 torr
SO2 gas at 37.5 K and 7.5 atm
N2O gas at 37.5 ºC and 750 torr
Ne gas at 37.5 K and 7.5 atm

Why is the identity of a gas not included in the combined and
ideal gas law? For example, carbon dioxide has a larger molar mass
than hydrogen, yet the molar mass is not included in either the
combined gas law or the ideal gas law.

Ideal Gas Law OR Types of Matter
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(5 points) Applying math to concepts is often problematic for
chemistry students. A common error that I see when teaching is that
students will exchange the unit labels that are in the numerator
and the denominator without also moving the associated numerical
value. Why do you think students resist moving the number when
needing to use the reciprocal value as a conversion factor?

1. According to the ideal gas law (also called the general gas
equation), how does temperature affect the partial pressure of O2
in air?
2. How does temperature affect the partial pressure of O2 in
water?
3. How does pH affect the partial pressure of O2 in water?
4. Please give examples of animals that use cocurrent,
countercurrent, and cross-current gas exchange.

According to the ideal gas law, a 10.08 mol
sample of krypton gas in a 0.8488
L container at 496.7 K should exert a pressure of
484.0 atm. By what percent does the pressure
calculated using the van der Waals' equation differ from the ideal
pressure? For Kr gas, a = 2.318
L2atm/mol2 and b =
3.978×10-2 L/mol.
----------------%
Hint: % difference = 100 × (P ideal - Pvan
der Waals) / P ideal

According to the ideal gas law, a 10.59 mol
sample of argon gas in a 0.8229 L
container at 495.4 K should exert a pressure of
523.2 atm. By what percent does the pressure
calculated using the van der Waals' equation differ from the ideal
pressure? For Ar gas, a = 1.345
L2atm/mol2 and b =
3.219×10-2 L/mol.
??? %
Hint: % difference = 100 × (P ideal - Pvan
der Waals) / P ideal

Use the ideal gas law to calculate the density of each of the
following ideal gases at STP in g/L. Use the Ideal gas constant
0.08205 L*atm/K*mol. (Put your answer in 3 significant
figures)
a. carbon dioxide
b. carbon tetrachloride, CCl4
c. methane, CH4

A gas, while expanding under isobaric conditions, does 477 J of
work. The pressure of the gas is 1.6 × 105 Pa, and its
initial volume is 1.5 × 10-3 m3. What is the
final volume of the gas?

The Ideal Gas Law and Stoichiometry
The industrial production of nitric acid (HNO3) is a multistep
process. The first step is the oxidation of ammonia (NH3) over a
catalyst with excess oxygen (O2) to produce nitrogen monoxide (NO)
gas as shown by the unbalanced equation given here:
?NH3(g)+?O2(g)→?NO(g)+?H2O(g)
Part A
What volume of O2 at 836 mmHg and 27 ∘C is required to
synthesize 10.5 mol of NO?
Part B
What volume of H2O(g) is produced by the reaction under...

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