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The pressure in an engine cylinder increases from 7.6 atm to 13 atm as the gas is compressed from 0.50 L to 0.10 L. What is the expected cylinder temperature if the gas was initially 15?C?
5.13 degree celsius will be the value of T2
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User: The pressure in an engine cylinder increases from 7.6 atm to 13 atm as the gas is compressed from 0.50 L to 0.10 L. What is the expected cylinder temperature if the gas was initially 15?C?

Weegy: 5.13 degree celsius will be the value of T2
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User: In an open system, the vapor pressure is equal to the outside air pressure. true or false?

Weegy: True. In an open system, the vapor pressure is equal to the outside air pressure.
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User: Which of the following reactions obeys the Law of Conservation of Atoms? H2O ? H2 + O2 CuSO4 + Zn ? ZnCl2 + Cu Zn + HCl ? ZnCl2 + H2 PbCl2 + Al ? AlCl3 + Pb Zn + 2HCl ? H2 + ZnCl2

User: A compound consisting of atoms of small atomic mass is more likely to require

User: compound consisting of atoms of small atomic mass is more likely to require: a higher temperature to liquefy a lower temperature to liquefy more kinetic energy to melt more kinetic energy to evaporate

Weegy: B.a lower temperature to liquefy
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User: Vapor pressure is not,inversely, or directly related to the temperature of the liquid

Weegy: directly
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User: The original conditions in a container filled with gas at constant temperature are 183 mL and 310 mmHg. The desired new volume is 90.6 mL. What is the required new pressure

Weegy: P1V1 = P2V2; P2 = P1V1/V2; P2 = (183mL)(310mmHg)/(90.6mL) = 626mmHg. So the required new pressure is p = 626 mm Hg. Thank you for using Weegy! Have a nice day! [smile]
Expert answered|Koolsum|Points 537|

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