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Under what conditions will deviations from the "ideal" gas be expected? Select all that apply. a.low temperatures b.high temperatures c.low pressure d.high pressure
Weegy: b.high temperatures User: The "particles" of a gas are actually protons or electrons. True or False? (More)
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The answer to the first question is A.) Low Temperatures and D.) High Pressures. The seconds question... I believe that is FALSE considering that the gas particles are made up of both protons AND electrons.
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In a closed system, the volume of a gas is not related to the volume of its enclosure. True or False?
Weegy: True. The volume of the gas only depends about the gas propriety and the pressure that can influence these proprieties. Over all, the volume of a gas stays de same even if it's in a 500M cube box or a 1M box. [ The only thing that changes is the pressure. ] User: A device used to measure the pressure of an enclosed gas is a manometer. True or False? Weegy: True. It is a manometer. User: An ideal gas does not exist. True or False? Weegy: True. An ideal gas is one, which obeys the general gas equation of PV = nRT and other gas laws at all temperatures and pressures. A real gas, does not obey the general gas equation and other gas laws at all conditions of temperature and pressure. User: Under what conditions will deviations from the "ideal" gas be expected? Weegy: The conditions for deviations come from Pressure imposed to the gas and temperature fluctuations. (More)
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in a closed system, the volume of the gas is not related to the volume of its enclosure. true or false?
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According to Charles's Law, which two variables are directly proportional? 1.volume and temperature 2.volume and pressure 3.pressure and temperature 4.temperature and the number of molecules
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1.volume and temperature
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283°C = 270,-273,556, or -556 K?
Weegy: C. absolute zero. User: The freezing temperature of water is zero on both the "K" and "C" scales. a.True b.False (More)
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283°C = 556.15 kelvin
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That is true.
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If temperature is held constant for an ideal gas, as P and V change for a given gas sample, the PV products will be constant. True or fasle?
Weegy: False. If you are satisfied with my answer, please click 'Good' on the ratings. User: Water freezes at 0, 273, or 305 K? (More)
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The anwers is True
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True
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