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This gas law deals with pressure and volume.
1. Charles's Law
2. Boyle's Law
3. Gay-Lussac's Law
When one substance changes identity, it exhibits a(n)                   .
1. Physical Property
2. Chemical Property
3. Extensive Property
4. Intensive Property
A(n)                   is a transition from one state of matter to another.
1. physical property
2. chemical property
3. chemical change
4. phase change
Which of the following is an extensive property?
1. density
2. color
3. volume
4. temperature
Which of the following is an intensive property?
1. Volume
2. Mass
3. Temperature
4. Weight
Which of the following equations represents Boyle's Law?
1. $PV = "constant"$
2. $(V)/(T) = "constant"$
3. $(PV)/T = "constant"$
Which of the following equations represents Charles' Law?
1. $PV = "constant"$
2. $(V)/(T) = "constant"$
3. $(PV)/T = "constant"$
Under what conditions does a real gas obey gas laws?
1. low pressure and high temperature
2. low temperature and high pressure
3. low pressure and low temperature
4. high pressure and high temperature
What is the value of universal gas constant (R)?
1. $8.314 J mol^(-1) K^(-1)$
2. $8.257 J mol^(-1) K^(-1)$
3. $8.654 J mol^(-1) K^(-1)$
4. $8.564 J mol^(_1) K^(-1)$
Which of the following types of compounds have the highest melting point?
1. Metallic compounds
2. Ionic compounds
3. Covalent compounds
Which of the following statements correctly describes the reason why bromine is a liquid at STP, while chlorine is a gas at STP?
1. Chlorine gas consists of weak London Dispersion forces, while bromine gas consists of dipole-dipole forces
2. Bromine gas has stronger London Dispersion forces, leading to a lower boiling point
3. Bromine gas has stronger London Dispersion forces, leading to a higher boiling point
4. Chlorine gas is more polarizable than bromine gas is