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Real gases may be expected to deviate from Charles' Law at (high, medium, or low) pressures near the (melting, freezing, or liquefaction) temperature.
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Real gases may be expected to deviate from Charles' Law at (A. high B. medium C. low) pressures, at the (A. Melting B. Liquification C. Freezing) temperatures.
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Match these items. assumes constant pressure assumes continuous motion direct relationship between variables involves three variables explains basis of gas pressure P x V = k inverse relationship between variables explains diffusion assumes constant temperature
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In order to use the gas laws, all temperatures must be in the ___ scale
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In the reaction 2NaCl 2H2O ? 2NaOH Cl2 H2, the reactants should: weigh more than the products because the reaction isn't perfect weigh less than the products because mass is lost weigh the same as the products weigh more because Cl2and H2are gases
Weegy: Law of conservation of mass states that in a closed system, whatever reaction occurs in that system, the mass will always be constant. [ A closed system is a system in the "state of being isolated from its surrounding environment" So in ANY REACTION, give that the reaction occurs within a closed system, the mass will always be the same. But if it's not in a closed system, the mass will differ. Let's take your example. 2NaCl + 2H2O ... (More)
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