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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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Updated 6/14/2011 12:57:27 AM
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.
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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Updated 6/14/2011 9:35:33 AM
in a closed system, the volume of the gas is not related to the volume of its enclosure. true or false?
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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Updated 6/14/2011 5:27:44 PM
1.volume and temperature
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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Updated 6/14/2011 6:38:07 PM
283°C = 556.15 kelvin
That is true.
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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Updated 6/12/2012 7:28:55 AM
The anwers is True
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