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Kinetic Molecular Theory - Behavior (Grade 10)

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Kinetic Molecular Theory - Behavior

1. 
Which of the following correctly depicts an ideal gas, based on Kinetic Molecular Theory?
  1. Gases exert forces on each other.
  2. Gases move in a circular way.
  3. Gases average kinetic energy is directly proportional to temperature.
  4. Gases have small spaces separating them.
 
2. 
According to the Kinetic Molecular Theory, what can we assume represents a correct approximation of a gas' volume?
  1. 1 L
  2. Essentially zero
  3. 10 mL
  4. 100 mL
3. 
Which of the following correctly characterizes gas particles, as per the Kinetic Molecular Theory?
  1. inelastic collisions
  2. elastic collisions
  3. linear collisions
  4. circular and inelastic collisions
 
4. 
Which of the following correctly describes the volume and shape of xenon gas?
  1. definite shape and volume
  2. indefinite shape and volume
  3. definite shape and indefinite volume
  4. indefinite shape and definite volume
5. 
Which of the following correctly describes what happens when gas particles collide with the walls of their container?
  1. No pressure is exerted, but the gas expands.
  2. Pressure is exerted and each gas particle expands.
  3. Pressure results from the collisions.
  4. None of the above
 
6. 
According to the Kinetic Molecular Theory, when you increase a gas' volume, the
  1. pressure increases.
  2. pressure decreases.
  3. pressure remains constant.
  4. pressure remains constant, but the temperature increases.
7. 
Which of the following occurs when you increase the temperature of a gas?
  1. The pressure decreases.
  2. The pressure remains the same.
  3. The pressure increases.
  4. The pressure remains the same, but volume increases.
 
8. 
Which of the following occurs when you increase the volume of a gas?
  1. Temperature decreases.
  2. Temperature increases.
  3. Temperature remains the same.
  4. Temperature remains the same, but pressure increases.
9. 
As the number of moles                         , the volume increases as a result.
 
10. 
Pressure is dependent on the type of gas molecules considered in a system.
  1. True
  2. False
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