The Kinetic Theory of Gases. Ideal Gases Practice Questions

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1) 2 moles of an ideal gas expand from 3 L to 12 L when increasing its temperature from 300 K to T2 in standard atmospheric pressure. What is the final temperature of gas to the nearest unit?

  1. 1200 K
  2. 900 K
  3. 354 K
  4. 327 K

Correct Answer: C

2) A gas sample expands as shown in the P - V graph below. What is the work done by the gas during expansion?

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  1. 4800 J
  2. 3600 J
  3. 2400 J
  4. 1200 J

Correct Answer: B

3) The P - V graph for 0.5 moles of an ideal gas is shown in the figure below. Determine the initial and final temperatures of the gas to the nearest Kelvin degree.

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  1. Ti = 144 K and Tf = 433 K
  2. Ti = 433 K and Tf = 144 K
  3. Ti = 600 K and Tf = 1200 K
  4. Ti = 576 K and Tf = 1732 K

Correct Answer: A

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