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# What volume of H2 would be collected at 21.5oC and a pressure of 695 torr if 5.25 g

What volume of H2 would be collected at 21.5oC and a pressure of 695 torr if 5.25 g of zinc react according to the equation:

Zn(s) + 2HCl(aq) ? ZnCl2(aq)  + H2(g)

A)  1.06 L    B)  4.25 L    C)  1.80 L    D)  2.12 L    E)  5.49 L

102.              Oxygen gas can be prepared in the laboratory by heating potassium chlorate, so that it decomposes according to the equation:

2KClO3(s) ? 2KCl(s) + 3O2(g)

What would the pressure of O2 be in a 2.00 L glass container at 23.5oC if 5.75 g of KClO3 is decomposed?

A)  0.0704 atm    B)  0.571 atm    C)  0.857 atm    D)  0.381 atm    E)  0.0651 atm

103.              Oxygen gas can be prepared in the laboratory by heating potassium chlorate, so that it decomposes according to the equation:

2KClO3(s) ? 2KCl(s) + 3O2(g)

What would the pressure of O2 be in a 2.50 L glass container at 22.0oC if 6.50 g of KClO3 is decomposed?

A)  0.0796 atm    B)  1.78 atm    C)  6.62 atm    D)  0.771 atm    E)  0.0575 atm

104.              When the pressure on a sample of a gas is increased, the particles move closer together.

105.              When the temperature of a gas sample is decreased, the particles move more slowly.

106.              When the temperature of a gas sample is increased, the pressure of the gas decreases.

107.              The molar volume of argon gas at standard temperature and pressure (STP) is larger than the molar volume of helium at STP, since the atoms are larger.

108.              When working with gaseous products and reactants at constant temperature and pressure, it is possible to use volumes to calculate stoichiometric quantities.

109.              If equal amounts of helium and argon are placed in a porous balloon, the argon will escape faster.

110.              The reason that you can smell the lighter fluid from your neighbor&#39;s barbeque is that gases diffuse through the air.

111.              The ideal gas law is a combination of several other gas laws which deal with fewer variables.

112.              The kinetic-molecular theory of gases explains the behavior of gases.

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