Welcome to your Ideal Gases and Thermal Expansion(Senior Class Physics Study by Topics) NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. In which direction in a fluid at rest is the pressure the greatest at a given depth?The pressure is the same in all directionsHorizontalUpwardDownward2. What volume of space would 1 mole of gas occupy if it is at a temperature of 0C and pressure of 1 atm? ____ liters (round to the nearest tenth)14,222.412.224.43. What is the force that binds atoms together?GravitationalMagneticElectricNuclear4. Which of the following types of bench would feel warmer on a cool harmattan day?WoodAluminiumIronMarble5. One of these is NOT a factor that can affect the rate of evaporationAir drynessTemperaturePressureVolume of liquid6. Each of these flasks is the same size and at the same temperature. Which one contains the most molecules?Flask 1Flask 4Flask 2Flask 37. Is real gases the same as an Ideal gasesFalseTrue8. Not all Gas Law problems have Kelvin (K) as the unit of temperature. They can be expressed in Celsius (°C) and Fahrenheit(°F). So, convert 123°C to K.369K486K458K396K9. What Kelvin temperature corresponds to room temperature of 20 degrees Centigrade20 K273 K253 K293 K10. The Kelvin temperature scale has the same size degree as the_____ scale and its zero is _____ degrees lower.Fahrenheit ... 273Fahrenheit ... 459Celsius ... 273Celsius ... 45911. A sample of gas occupies 2.5 liters of space. How many moles of gas are there if its pressure is 1.2 atm and temperature is 25C? ___ mol (round to the nearest hundreth).0.1220.00.212.012. Avogadro suggested that each liter of gas under identical conditions has the sameMassNumber of moleculesDensityNumber of moles13. A sample of Argon has a volume of 0.43 mL at 299K. At what temperature in degrees Celsius will it have a volume of 1 mL.428°C422°C694°C695°C14. Which Gas Law is involved when a balloon pops after being sat on?Charles LawBoyle's LawLaw of Pressure GradientNone of the Above15. A platinum resistance thermometer has resistance of 52.5 ohms and 9.75 ohms at 0 degrees Celsius and 100 degrees Celsius respectively. When the resistance is 8.25 ohms, find the temperature75:0oC84:6oC66:7oC63:6oC16. Two gases are kept at the same temperature. If the molecules of gas A have 4 times the mass of those of gas B, what is the ratio of the rms speed of the A molecules to that of the B molecules?21/441/217. The mass of an oxygen molecule is 16 times that of a hydrogen molecule. If the gases are maintained at the same temperature, what is the ratio of the rms speed of an oxygen molecule to that ofa hydrogen molecule?1/164161/418. You drove continuously from Laguna to Manila, and you observed that the pressure in your tires increased. This is because of the increased temperature outside the tire caused by friction.TrueFalse19. Which of the following effects is NOT a result of surface tension?A glass can be filled with milk beyond its brim.Soap films on wire frames have minimal surface areasThe pressure increases with the depth in a fluidLiquids floating in the Space Shuttle form into spheres20. You have two cubes of the same size, one made of aluminum and the other of lead. Both cubes are allowed to sink to the bottom of a water-filled aquarium. Which cube, if either, experiences the greater buoyant force?The aluminum cubeBoth cubes experience the same buoyant forceThe lead cubeI will let computer choose for me21. Each of these flasks contains the same number of molecules. In which container is the pressure highest?Flask 1Flask 3Flask 2Flask 422. Which of the following is NOT a method of transporting heat energy from one place to anotherCondensationConductionConductionRadiation23. At what pressure is a 5 liter container containing 20g of oxygen gas at a temperature of 10C? ____ atm (round to the nearest tenth)184.108.40.206.524. A container of nitrogen gas contains 40 g of nitrogen gas at a pressure of 4 atm, and has a temperature of 50C. Given this information, the volume must be _____ liters.12.999.473.346.6725. Which of the following doubles with a doubling of the Celsius temperature of an ideal gas?Average momentumAverage kinetic energyNone of the aboveAverage speed26 out of 25Time is Up!