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Q: What is the volume occupied by 3.00 × 1023 molecules of bromine gas at STP?
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User: The weatherman on TV reports that the barometric pressure in your area is 722 mm Hg. What is this pressure in atmospheres?

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The pressure of a gas in a sealed container is 152 mm Hg. This translates to what?
Weegy: 1 mm Hg = 1 torr 760 torr = 1 atm 152 mm Hg /1 * 1 torr/ 1 * 1atm/760 torr = .2 atm User: Which of the following is a postulate of the kinetic-molecular theory? A. Gases are made up of particles that act like small, hard spheres that are always moving in a calculated fashion. B. Gas particles travel in a random pattern until they hit a container wall or another gas particle. C. The distance between gas particles is equal to the size of the particles themselves. D. Gas particles have no force of attraction on one another or to the walls of the container. Weegy: B. Gas particles travel in a random pattern until they hit a container wall or another gas particle. User: Which of the following is a postulate of the kinetic-molecular theory? A. When gas particles hit something, they gain energy. These collisions are elastic. B. A group of gas particles will have an average kinetic energy based on the temperature of the gas particles. C. Gases will travel in an S pattern until they hit a container wall or another gas particle. D. Gas particles are attracted to one another and to the walls of the container. (More)
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The pressure of a gas in a sealed container is 152 mm Hg. This translates to 3.06 PSI (pound force per square inch).
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The following is a postulate of the kinetic-molecular theory: Gas particles have no force of attraction on one another or to the walls of the container.
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The following is a postulate of the kinetic-molecular theory: A group of gas particles will have an average kinetic energy based on the temperature of the gas particles.
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