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Solids, Liquids, and Gases

Solids, Liquids, and Gases

Solids, Liquids, and Gases: It's Just a Phase We're Going Through Quiz

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Q. The conversion of a solid into a gas is called _______.

none of the above
Q. Matter in the ________ state has a fixed volume and fixed shape.

none of the above
Q. On a phase diagram, the intersection of the solid, liquid, and gaseous lines is known as the:

critical point
triple point
phase point
triple intersection
none of the above
Q. A gas occupies 1.56 L at 1.00 atm. What will be the volume of this gas if the pressure becomes 3.00 atm?

5.36 L
1.56 L
0.536 L
0.52 L
None of the above
Q. What is the freezing point of a solution made by dissolving 3.52 g KCl in 100.0 g H2O?

-1.76 oC
-1.56 oC
0.54 oC
1.56 oC
None of the above
Q. Convert 77.0 L of an ideal gas at 18.0 mm Hg to its new volume at standard pressure.

1.54 L
1.82 L
86 L
154 L
None of the above
Q. When 50.0 L of oxygen at 20.0ºC is compressed to 5.00 L, what is the new temperature?

None of the above
Q. A container with two gases, helium and argon, is 30.0% by volume helium. What is the partial pressure of helium if the total pressure inside the container is 4.00 atm?

1.8 atm
2.1 atm
1.2 atm
2.8 atm
None of the above
Q. If 10.0 L of oxygen at STP are heated to 512 oC what will be the new volume of gas if the pressure is also increased to 1520.0 mm Hg?

9.8 L
24.9 L
100.4 L
102.4 L
None of the above
Q. Which is a property of covalent solids but not a property of molecular solids?

Electrical insulators
Water soluble
High melting points
Lower melting points
Higher freezing points